Climate Monitoring and Attribution scientists

  • Peter Stott

    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

    Rob Allan leads the international ACRE (Atmospheric Circulation Reconstructions over the Earth) initiative, within the Climate Monitoring and Attribution Group.

  • Chris Atkinson

    Chris works on the development of observational surface and subsurface marine datasets.

  • Nikos Christidis

    Nikos works on the detection and attribution of climatic changes with emphasis on extreme events, regional changes and impacts.

  • Lizzie Good

    Lizzie works on observations over land with a particular interest in surface temperature from both satellites and ground-based instrumentation.

  • Robert Dunn

    Robert is developing datasets in order to study climate extremes.

  • Simon Good

    Simon works on quality control and analysis of ocean subsurface temperature and salinity observations.

  • Tim Legg

    Tim is a climate information scientist within the National Climate Information Centre (NCIC). He produces, analyses and presents information about the UK climate.

  • Dan Hollis

    Dan works in the National Climate Information Centre (NCIC) where he is responsible for developing and applying climatological data analysis and presentation techniques.

  • Fraser Lott

    Fraser works on the detection and attribution of climate change, and has a background in infrared remote sensing.

  • Viju Oommen John

    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 Jones

    Gareth's main research activity is in the detection of past climate change and the attribution of possible causes.

  • Colin Morice

    Colin works on the development of observational near-surface temperature datasets and monitoring of the current state of the climate.

  • Mike Kendon

    Mike is a climate information scientist within the National Climate Information Centre (NCIC). Mike produces, analyses and presents information about the UK climate.

  • John Kennedy

    John monitors global climate and develops data sets for use in climate research.

  • Mark McCarthy

    Mark is science manager of the National Climate Information Centre (NCIC), providing monitoring and analysis of UK climate variability and change.

  • David Parker

    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 Rayner

    Nick leads the analysis of observations of marine climate. She manages the team developing marine datasets and analyses.

  • Holly Titchner

    Holly develops observations of sea ice concentration for use in climate research.

  • Kate Willett

    Kate works on climate change in the recent past with a focus on surface humidity.

Last updated: 16 May 2014