Peter leads the Climate Monitoring and Attribution team. He is an expert in the attribution of climate change to anthropogenic and natural causes.
Rob Allan leads the international ACRE (Atmospheric Circulation Reconstructions over the Earth) initiative, within the Climate Monitoring and Attribution Group.
Chris works on the development of observational surface and subsurface marine datasets.
Nikos works on the detection and attribution of climatic changes with emphasis on extreme events, regional changes and impacts.
Lizzie works on observations over land with a particular interest in surface temperature from both satellites and ground-based instrumentation.
Robert is developing datasets in order to study climate extremes.
Simon works on quality control and analysis of ocean subsurface temperature and salinity observations.
Tim is a climate information scientist within the National Climate Information Centre (NCIC). He produces, analyses and presents information about the UK climate.
Dan works in the National Climate Information Centre (NCIC) where he is responsible for developing and applying climatological data analysis and presentation techniques.
Fraser works on the detection and attribution of climate change, and has a background in infrared remote sensing.
Viju is a climate scientist working on creating homogenised radiance data sets from microwave and infrared satellite measurements for climate monitoring and evaluation of climate models.
Gareth's main research activity is in the detection of past climate change and the attribution of possible causes.
Colin works on the development of observational near-surface temperature datasets and monitoring of the current state of the climate.
Mike is a climate information scientist within the National Climate Information Centre (NCIC). Mike produces, analyses and presents information about the UK climate.
John monitors global climate and develops data sets for use in climate research.
Mark is science manager of the National Climate Information Centre (NCIC), providing monitoring and analysis of UK climate variability and change.
David leads part of the Climate Monitoring and Attribution group, developing in situ climate data since the Industrial Revolution and remotely-sensed data for the satellite era.
Nick leads the analysis of observations of marine climate. She manages the team developing marine datasets and analyses.
Holly develops observations of sea ice concentration for use in climate research.
Kate works on climate change in the recent past with a focus on surface humidity.
Last updated: 16 May 2014