Polar science is a rapidly evolving and exciting area of research, and one that captures a lot of public attention. We hope our blog will be both interesting and insightful, and provide a useful source of information and discussion about the cutting edge of polar science. We will use it to provide details of our current activities, including field campaigns, meetings and conferences; discuss important results and papers; and provide timely analysis and commentary on other polar research. Read on…..
Latest post: Earth and ice may share a closely entangled evolution in West Antarctica over the millennia. How does this add to possible collapse?
Hannes Konrad (CPOM Research Fellow, Leeds) 21 February 2016
Matt Trevers (CPOM PhD Student, Bristol), 6 February 2016
Tom Armitage (CPOM Research Associate, UCL), 8 December 2016
Rachel Tilling (CPOM Research Fellow, Leeds), 18 November 2016
Anna Hogg (ESA Living Planet Research Fellow, Leeds) 2 November 2016
Naomi Smith (CPOM Research Associate, University of Reading) 30 September 2016
Isobel Lawrence (CPOM Research Associate, UCL) 15 September 2016
Isabel Nias (CPOM Research Associate, University of Bristol), 5 September 2016
Mal McMillan (University Academic Research Fellow, Leeds), 17 August 2016
Michel Tsamados (Lecturer in Polar Observation & Modelling/Rheology, UCL), 5 August 2016
Kate Briggs (CPOM Research Fellow, Leeds), 18 July 2016
Steph Cornford (Senior Research Associate, University of Bristol), 28 June 2016
Tom Armitage (CPOM Research Associate at UCL), 10 June 2016