Contacts

The UK has a strong GHG science community across marine, atmospheric and ecosystem sectors. These communities have formed a UK-ICOS committee and been working together, to develop a common strategy to foster better UK engagement with ICOS-RI and within the UK GHG community.
 
The UK-ICOS project management is by appointment. UK-ICOS committee membership is fluid rather than fixed. Participation is self-selecting rather than by nomination or appointment. People should represent their own, rather than institutional interests. The main remit of the committee is to produce documents, reports and have community sign off to show a vested interest and concerted direction of travel for UK-ICOS activities, both now and into the future. The committee facilitate the operation of ICOS in the UK.

UK ICOS Programme Management

National Focal Point for UK-ICOS

Professor Andrew Watson, FRS

College of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Exeter, Room 709, Laver Building, North Park Road, Exeter EX4 4QE

t: 01392 723792, 

e: andrew.watson@exeter.ac.uk

National Stakeholder UK-ICOS

Professor Douglas Connelly

National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, SO14 3ZH, U.K. Associate Director for Research

t: 02380 596546

e: douglas.connelly@noc.ac.uk

UK-ICOS Project Manager

Jessica Thorn

 

College of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Exeter, Room 709, Laver Building, North Park Road, Exeter EX4 4QE

e: J.L.Thorn@exeter.ac.uk

 

UK ICOS Committee (2019)

Name
Sector
Employer
Tim Arnold Atmosphere NPL
Douglas Connelly Marine National Oceanography Centre
Matt Dobson All BEIS/NERC

Grant Forster

Atmosphere

UEA/NCAS

Sophie Hodgeson All BEIS/NERC
Vassilis Kitidis Marine University of Plymouth
Peter Levy Ecosystem Centre for Ecology & Hydrology

Alastair Manning

Atmosphere

Met Office

Andrew Manning

Atmosphere

UEA

James Morisson

Ecosystem

Forest Research

Eiko Nemitz

Ecosystem

CEH

Simon O' Doherty Atmospheric University of Bristol

Ute Schuster

Marine

University of Exeter

Andrew Watson Marine University of Exeter