Rosa leads the research and development of the operational marine ecosystems and sediment modelling systems
Daley works on vertical mixing processes in the ocean, improving their representation and evaluating their performance within the latest climate model.
Mike leads the teams developing the Met Office's short-range surface wave and ocean forecasting capabilities.
David works on modelling the biogeochemistry of the open ocean, and the assimilation of biological and physical data.
Tim works on development and evaluation of the global ocean model
Helene manages the sea ice modelling area.
Richard works on technical aspects of coupled and ocean models.
Pat works on the development and evaluation of shelf seas and open ocean models
Understanding the global ocean circulation, in particular the Meridional Overturning Circulation
Ann works on sea ice modelling, including model development and assessment of model predictions.
Matt is interested in the overturning circulation in the Atlantic and its profound influence on the global climate
Matt manages evaluation of the ocean component of the climate model.
Anne works on sea level rise with a particular interest in projected regional variations
Jamie is a climate scientist working on ice sheets and sea-level.
Jeff is a climate scientist working on the understanding and modelling of ice sheets and mountain glaciers, and their likely contribution to future global sea-level rise.
Chris is interested in ocean dynamics and the role of the oceans in climate change and variability.
Dave works on the development and validation of the physical model in the FOAM ocean forecasting system.
Jonathan predicts future changes in shelf seas terms of sea level rise, hydrography and circulation.
Ian uses models of ocean biology and chemistry both to understand the current Earth system and to examine possible future climate feedbacks
Alex works on sea ice with a focus on assessment of the sea ice model (CICE) used by the Met Office.
Richard leads the Climate, Cryosphere and Oceans group in the Met Office Hadley Centre.
Last updated: 15 May 2014