Please note: BAS has re-organised its web service. The primary web server is now to which all services will, presumably, slowly migrate.

Most "useful" content from the pages below has moved into

In the meantime these old pages remain. Some are legacy pages and will not be updated. NONE OF THE PAGES BELOW ARE BEING UPDATED.

It is perhaps worth noting that the Ice and Climate division no longer even exists, having been absorbed into PSD division.

Ice and Climate Division Iceshelf disintegration

The aim of the research undertaken by the Ice and Climate Division is to understand the present behaviour of the ice-atmosphere-ocean system in Antarctica and its evolution in the past, and to use this knowledge to predict future behaviour.

Programs Hosted Ozone Iceberg

Jobs and Vacation placements

Images of Iceberg Calving Event on Ronne, 13/10/1998 and press release
Track of the RRSs James Clark Ross and Ernest Shackleton | Track of 3 buoys in the Bellingshausen sea
Atmospheric Boundary Layer Research

Current Research Projects

These pages are now obsolete. Current BAS science programmes are available from

Publications BAS People BAS Address Public Data Links

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