ACCACIA

This site is the public face of ACCACIA – a 4-year research project focussed on cloud and aerosol processes in the Arctic, and their sensitivity to, and feedbacks on, the changing climate.

ACCACIA formally started in April 2012, and will undertake two intensive field campaigns, involving both a research ship and two research aircraft, in spring and late summer 2013. News and project updates will start appearing here soon – most frequently during the field campaigns.

More general information on the project can be found under the menus above.

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About Ian Brooks

Trained as a physicist, sidetracked into meteorology, and slowly working my way down to the oceans - I am a senior lecturer in atmospheric science in the School of Earth and Environment, at the University of Leeds. I do research in boundary-layer processes, air-sea interaction, and Arctic meteorology & climate.

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