Chris leads research into vegetation and carbon cycle modelling and their interactions with climate.
Colin heads the joint Met Office/NERC UK Earth System Model (UKESM) project
Tim's research encompasses estimating fluxes of greenhouse and stratospheric ozone depleting gases using the Met Office's Lagrangian dispersion model NAME (Numerical Atmospheric-dispersion Modelling Environment)
Pete manages a team of scientists who work with and develop integrated models for assessing climate change impacts. The team focuses on climate change and agriculture, water resources and health.
Climate change mitigation advice, scenario feasibility, carbon budgets, uncertainty and risk.
Eleanor is a permafrost research scientist. Her interests include land surface processes in the northern high latitude and development and application of tools to explore the permafrost climate feedback.
John works on investigating changing climate extremes using models and observations
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.
Steven works on Stratospheric Processes.
Jim is engaged in measurement and modelling aerosols and their impacts on radiation, clouds, visibility and air-quality.
Alan joined the ESMS team as a Scientific Software Engineer
Richard works on technical aspects of coupled and ocean models, with a particular interest in code performance on supercomputers
Ben studies the impact of aerosols on atmospheric radiation and climate using observations and climate models.
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).
Jane develops and evaluates the aerosol component UKCA-mode and its interactions within the fully coupled UK Earth System Model (UKESM).
Fiona is a climate scientist working on atmospheric chemistry, with a particular interest in methane, chemistry-climate interactions, and climate system feedbacks.
Steve simulates global sources, sinks and transport of anthropogenic aerosol and investigates the associated impact on air quality and climate.
Alistair leads the scientific development and evaluation of the UK Earth System Model
Yongming works on the UK Earth System Model as configuration manager for the high resolution model UKESM-HI
Jeremy leads the software engineering team for the UK Earth System Model.
Stephanie's research work involves the development of the mineral dust scheme within the Met Office Unified Model, particularly within the framework of the UK Earth System Model, and the use of the scheme to study dust and its interactions with the atmosphere and the wider earth system.
Last updated: 12 June 2015