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Katrin Rehdanz is an assistant professor for environmental and resource economics at the Christian-Albrechts University of Kiel associated with the Kiel Institute for the World Economy. She holds a diploma and a PhD in economics from the University of Hamburg. Her main areas of research are …

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Jeremy Wilkinson has studied climate related processes in the polar oceans such as sea ice dynamics and thermodynamics, deep convection and water mass modification in the polar seas for almost 15 years. His expertise also extends through a broad range of techniques, from the remote sensing …

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WP4 co-leader

Jeremy Wilkinson  has studied climate related processes in the polar oceans such as sea ice dynamics and thermodynamics, deep convection and water mass modification in the polar seas for almost 15 years. His expertise also extends through a broad range of techniques, from the remote sensing and in-situ monitoring of sea ice, through to the modelling of oil spills under sea ice. He has participated in over 20 polar field expeditions and his observational work has been performed on many different platforms, including, ship, helicopter, aeroplane, and ice camps. He has substantial experience in large EU funded multidisciplinary programmes e.g. ESOP-1, ESOP-2, CONVECTION, SITHOS and works to a high scientific standard. Over the past few years he has published widely in high impact journal. He is presently PI on the 47 partner EU funded DAMOCLES programme and was co-ordinator of the 20 partner EU funded RECARO programme. Wilkinson is head of the Sea Ice Group at SAMS.

 

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