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
Scientific Data Manager
Scientific Data Assistant
Scientific Software Developer
Scientific Data Assistant (4 months)
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Over the past 60 years, scientists have strived to understand the past, present and future of the Antarctic Ice Sheet. One of the key components of this research has been…
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25 July, 2022 by Alice Fremand, Carl Robinson, David Vaughan, Fausto Ferraccioli, Hugh Corr, Helen Peat, Julien Bodart, Tom Jordan
Over the past 50 years, the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) has been one of the major acquirers of aerogeophysical data over Antarctica, providing scientists with gravity, magnetic, and radar datasets…
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