Organisational unit: Research Grouping
The Environment group blends fundamental and applied science including expertise in palaeoclimate, biogeochemistry and ecosystem change as well as science communication.
Research interests in the group range from local observations to global biogeochemical cycles. Examples include:
Approaches involve a combination of observational, experimental and modelling techniques, as well as data assimilation methods.
A particular strength of the group is the range of time scales considered, which vary from 100 million year scales to the seasonal. This interaction of time scales captures the true diversity of climate and environmental change right up to and including human interaction with the environment.