Publications and Education Mgr
Jamie is the British Antarctic Survey’s Publications and Education Manager.
He is part of the Creative Services team and oversees the production of corporate and public information publications, event material, graphics for science projects, papers and presentations, the ICESHEET internal newsletter, the BAS presentation toolkit and many other day-to-day creative elements within BAS, supporting every department within the organisation.
Within Creative Services, Jamie supports filming, photography, drone flying, the BAS website and Digital Workspace, the BAS Image Collection, in-house signage (digital and printed), Data as Art project and more.
He is the primary BAS contact for the Discovering Antarctica website: www.discoveringantarctica.org.uk
Jamie has spent time at Rothera Research Station in the Antarctic Peninsula and has worked at the British Antarctic Survey since 2004.
Publications from NERC Open Research Archive
Meredith, Michael P. ORCID record for Michael P. Meredith, Oliver, Jamie. (2020) Global ocean circulation. xyHt. 1 pp.
(2018) The State of the Polar Oceans 2018.
Meredith, Michael ORCID record for Michael Meredith, Sundfjord, Arild, Henson, Stephanie, Meijers, Andrew ORCID record for Andrew Meijers, Murphy, Eugene ORCID record for Eugene Murphy, Bellerby, Richard, Daase, Malin, Cottier, Finlo, Belchier, Mark, Chierici, Melissa, Ellingsen, Ingrid, Falk-Petersen, Stig, Hill, Simeon ORCID record for Simeon Hill, Holland, Paul ORCID record for Paul Holland, Tarling, Geraint ORCID record for Geraint Tarling, Trathan, Phil ORCID record for Phil Trathan, Turner, John ORCID record for John Turner, Wilkinson, Jeremy, Batchellier, Layla, Capper, Linda, Oliver, Jamie. (2018) The state of the polar oceans 2018: making sense of our changing world. Cambridge, British Antarctic Survey, 14 pp.
Hughes, Kevin ORCID record for Kevin Hughes, Oliver, Jamie. ; Rodger, Alan, Shears, John, Culshaw, Robert, Bowman, Rob (eds.). (2009) Understanding Antarctica – 50 years of British Scientific Monitoring (1959-2009). Cambridge, British Antarctic Survey, 20 pp.
State of the Polar Oceans report published
News 18 July, 2018