Dan works on understanding dangerous climate change and providing advice to government on its implications.
Olivier leads the Climate, Chemistry and Ecosystems team.
Eleanor is a Climate extremes scientist and evaluates drought and projections of changes in drought in the future.
John works on investigating the effects of climate change mitigation policy on the climate system.
Mohit is the code manager for the UK Chemistry and Aerosols component of the Unified Model.
Gerd works on air quality climate interactions in the HadGEM2 Earth System Model including ecosystem atmosphere chemical exchange processes.
Chris leads research into vegetation and carbon cycle modelling and their interactions with climate.
Steven works on Stratospheric Processes.
Jim is engaged in measurement and modelling aerosols and their impacts on radiation, clouds, visibility and air-quality.
Ben analyses aerosol measurements and improves aerosol models in climate research and numerical weather prediction.
Spencer works on the terrestrial carbon cycle with a particular interest in the mitigation of climate change.
Alistair models the atmospheric dispersion of material using the Met Office's Lagrangian dispersion model NAME (Numerical Atmospheric-dispersion Modelling Environment).
Fiona is a climate scientist working on atmospheric chemistry, with a particular interest in methane, chemistry-climate interactions, and climate system feedbacks.
Federica works on modelling biogenic isoprene emissions in order to investigate their feedbacks with atmospheric chemistry and climate.
Jane works on the Operational Global Model Configuration of the Unified Model with a particular interest in evaluating the impact of atmospheric aerosol particles on model performance.
Steve simulates global sources, sinks and transport of anthropogenic aerosol and investigates the associated impact on air quality and climate.
Stephanie works on mineral dust in climate models, including dust production, atmospheric lifecycle and dust-climate-ecosystem interactions.
Last updated: 15 May 2014