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Climate Impacts scientists
Philip researches the impacts of climate variability and change, working with businesses and government to help inform adaptation decisions.
Richard leads the climate impacts area, specialising in ecosystem-hydrology-climate interactions but also overseeing work on urban, health, industry and finance.
Penny is a climate scientist working on a framework to study uncertainties in dangerous climate impacts.
Advising decision-makers on how to build their capacities to deal with their climate risk profile.
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.
Andy analyses the risks of climate change, in order to help people, businesses, governments, and non-governmental organisations adapt to climate change.
Debbie leads research on the analysis and communication of climate risks.
Gillian works on regional impacts of climate and land-use changes, feedbacks between the two, and interaction with ecosystem health.
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 is a scientist working on analytical techniques to better understand the impacts of climate change.
Camilla is a climate scientist working within climate impacts in both areas of adaptation and the impacts modelling development.
Michael works on projects for numerous customers with a particular interest in future changes in extreme temperature and precipitation and urban climates.
Hazel is the manager of the climate change adaptation team which provides scientific guidance on potential impacts of climate change.
Last updated: 4 April 2014
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