School of Earth and Environment

Institute for Climate and Atmospheric Science (ICAS)

ICAS conducts internationally leading research on the physical and chemical processes that govern the behaviour of the Earth's atmosphere and climate. We conduct field campaigns, analyse satellite data, and perform laboratory experiments. We also make use of, and develop, advanced numerical models. We work with colleagues across the University (particularly in the Schools of Chemistry and Geography) and we collaborate with leading UK, European and international institutions to make fundamental advances in the atmospheric sciences that help us forecast severe weather and understand changes in air quality and climate.

Current PhD studentships available in ICAS

(this listing includes both guaranteed and competitively funding)

Click here to view the Spring 2014 Seminar Series

Please click below to explore the Research Group pages and learn more about our research.

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ICAS at the AGU

Every December researchers from across the globe assemble in San Francisco for the annual Fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union Meeting. The event, which is the largest and most prestigious gathering of its kind, brings together more than 22,000 researchers from over 100 countries to learn more about the latest breakthroughs in Earth and space science.

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