Information Services team
The Information Services group consists of the Archives Service, the BAS Library, the Polar Data Centre (PDC) and the Web and Applications team. These teams are jointly responsible for the management of over 70 years worth of scientific and corporate data and information.
The overarching aim of the group is to make data and information available and accessible to anyone who wishes to reuse it.
The component teams all have their own specific remits and aims and they can be seen in the links in the sidebar.
Library Services Manager
Scientific Data Coordinator
Head of Polar Data Centre
Director of Innovations and Impact
Senior Data and System Architect
Marine Data Manager
Assistant Librarian (NLS)
Scientific Data Manager (Biological Focus)
Scientific Data Manager, Geophysics
Web Applications Developer
Archives Records and Information Compliance Manager
Trainee Project Manager
Information Compliance Assistant
British Antarctic Survey’s Aerogeophysical Data: Releasing 25 Years of Airborne Gravity, Magnetic, and Radar Datasets over Antarctica [in review]
The Satellite Risk Prediction and Radiation Forecast System (SaRIF)
Evaluation of SaRIF high-energy electron reconstructions and forecasts
Diversity in polar science: Promoting inclusion through our daily words and actions [Editorial]
The International Bathymetric Chart of the Arctic Ocean Version 4.0
Thirty years of marine debris in the Southern Ocean: annual surveys of two island shores in the Scotia Sea
Geochronology and geochemistry of the northern Scotia Sea: a revised interpretation of the North and West Scotia ridge junction
Morphological and geological features of Drake Passage, Antarctica, from a new digital bathymetric model
Subglacial hydrological control on flow of an Antarctic Peninsula palaeo-ice stream
Can the optimisation of pop-up agriculture in remote communities help feed the world?
Radiation belt slot-region filling events: sustained energetic precipitation into the mesosphere
Growth of microalgae using nitrate-rich brine wash from the water industry
1 July, 2018 by Beatrix Schlarb-RidleySafe and accepted limits for nitrates in drinking water are exceeded in around one-third of the groundwater bodies in Europe. Whilst anion exchange (AEX) is an effective technology to strip…