Climate Impacts scientists

  • Philip Bett

    Philip researches the impacts of climate variability and change, working with businesses and government to help inform adaptation decisions.

  • Richard Betts

    Richard leads the climate impacts area, specialising in ecosystem-hydrology-climate interactions but also overseeing work on urban, health, industry and finance.

  • Penny Boorman

    Penny is a climate scientist working on a framework to study uncertainties in dangerous climate impacts.

  • Carlo Buontempo

    Advising decision-makers on how to build their capacities to deal with their climate risk profile.

  • Pete Falloon

    Dr Pete Falloon manages a team of scientists who work with and develop integrated models for climate change impacts. This work includes agriculture, ecosystems, water resources and urban areas.

  • Andrew Hartley

    Andy analyses the risks of climate change, in order to help people, businesses, governments, and non-governmental organisations adapt to climate change.

  • Deborah Hemming

    Debbie leads research on the analysis and communication of climate risks.

  • Gillian Kay

    Gillian works on regional impacts of climate and land-use changes, feedbacks between the two, and interaction with ecosystem health.

  • Neil Kaye

    Neil is a geographic information system (GIS) specialist who designs and delivers appropriate visualisations, GIS tools and analyses for a wide range of climate impact assessments

  • Doug McNeall

    Doug is a scientist working on analytical techniques to better understand the impacts of climate change.

  • Camilla Mathison

    Camilla is a climate scientist working within climate impacts in both areas of adaptation and the impacts modelling development.

  • Michael Sanderson

    Michael works on projects for numerous customers with a particular interest in future changes in extreme temperature and precipitation and urban climates.

  • Hazel Thornton

    Hazel is the manager of the climate change adaptation team which provides scientific guidance on potential impacts of climate change.

Last updated: 15 May 2014