Climate: observations, projections and impacts authors

The country reports were written by a range of climate researchers, chosen for their subject expertise, who were drawn from institutes across the UK. Authors from the Met Office and the University of Nottingham collated the contributions in to a coherent narrative which was then reviewed. The authors and contributors of the reports are as follows:

Climate observations

  • Robert Dunn, Met Office
  • Fiona Carrol, Met Office
  • Nikos Christidis, Met Office
  • John Fullwood, Met Office
  • Diogo de Gusmao, Met Office
  • Nicola Golding, Met Office
  • Lizzie Good, Met Office
  • Trish Hall, Met Office
  • Lizzie Kendon, Met Office
  • John Kennedy, Met Office
  • Kirsty Lewis, Met Office
  • Rachel McCarthy, Met Office
  • Carol McSweeney, Met Office
  • Colin Morice, Met Office
  • David Parker, Met Office
  • Matthew Perry, Met Office
  • Peter Stott, Met Office
  • Kate Willett, Met Office

Climate change and impact projections

  • Simon Gosling, University of Nottingham
  • Myles Allen, University of Oxford
  • Nigel Arnell, Walker Institute, University of Reading
  • Dan Bernie, Met Office
  • Richard Betts, Met Office
  • Niel Bowerman, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
  • Bastiaan Brak, University of Leeds
  • John Caesar, Met Office
  • Andy Challinor, University of Leeds
  • Rutger Dankers, Met Office
  • Fiona Hewer, Fiona's Red Kite
  • Chris Huntingford, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
  • Alan Jenkins, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
  • Nick Klingaman, Walker Institute, University of Reading
  • Kirsty Lewis, Met Office
  • Ben Lloyd-Hughes, Walker Institute, University of Reading
  • Jason Lowe, Met Office
  • Rachel McCarthy, Met Office
  • James Miller, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
  • Robert Nicholls, University of Southampton
  • Maria Noguer, Walker Institute, University of Reading
  • Friedreike Otto, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
  • Paul van der Linden, Met Office
  • Rachel Warren, University of East Anglia

Last updated: 4 December 2013