Myles is interested in how human and natural influences on climate contribute to observed changes.
Cliff extracts glacial history from sediment cores by studying pebble shape and sediment texture and other features.
Nancy is using ice cores to study climate history over the 20,000 years in the Ross Sea region of Antarctica.
Martin's research interests are in flow through porous media - applications include carbon capture and storage.
Neil works on space experiments for observing the planets and runs lab experiments for data analysis.
Martin has sought to expand our understanding of big transitions in the fossil record.
Wally has been studying the oceans since 1953 when he began his PhD at Columbia University.
Lionel's research centres on the use of cores from the sea floor to understand past changes in global climate.
Niki studies sea cucumbers, an important part of the biomass and biodiversity of the oceans.
Dan's research is focused on the reconstruction of Antarctic climate from chemistry in snow and ice cores.
Katie studies the effects of changes in landscape and climate on foraging ecology and survival of animals.
Gavin has worked on sediment cores form the tropics to the poles, using geochemical techniques to estimate past temperature.
Sir Lloyd continues to be one of NZ's more controversial theologians, debating religious and secular issues.
Dave is an expert in dating rocks with microfossils, especially diatoms (marine algae).
Matt works to improve our understanding of Earth's warmer past with models used for modern climate.
Phil is known mainly for the 150-year-long monthly time series of global surface temperatures.
Brian has been monitoring Adelie penguins, their foraging, diet and movements for the last 22 years.
Daniel works with Fabian Moeller as an engineer monitoring CO2 injection into strata 600 m below ground level near Berlin.
Anders uses computer models to study the behaviour of the Earth System with a particular interest in tipping points.
Adrian was until recently Vice-Chair (then Chair) of the UN Climate Change negotiations (Kyoto Protocol track).
Martin led NZ's greenhouse gas research for over 20 years, then directing IPCC's WG-1 Technical Support Unit.
Paul has led researchers investigating climate history in both the Arctic and the Antarctic for 4 decades.
Malte models the cause & effect chain from CO2 emissions to temperatures to climate change impacts.
Fabian works with Daniel Koseli as an engineer monitoring CO2 injection into strata 600 m below ground level near Berlin.
Hugh is now directing his research to developing satellite instrumentation to study the Earth’s atmosphere.
Tim's main research interest is the past behaviour of Antarctic ice sheets over millions of years.
Scott's research includes iron cycling, carbon fluxes in marine ecosystems and ocean time-series observations.
Lisa provides analyses for projects on water, sediment and life in the oceans around New Zealand.
Ray enjoys developing idealized mathematical models for addressing the big questions about Earth's climate.
Alex has been developing polar field and drilling equipment and managing operations for over 30 years.
James' hiking and surfing in Scotland stimulated his interest in cold water, mud and the environment.
Stefan studies the role of the oceans in climate change and is co-founder of the www.realclimate.org blog
Ros is fascinated by the interactions between organisms, ocean chemistry, atmospheric composition and climate.
Katja's main research interests are greenhouse gases in the atmosphere and in ice cores.
Her main interest is the study of the climate variability in the ocean over thousands of years.
Craig works on boundary layer problems, particularly ocean-atmosphere and ocean-sea ice interactions.
Craig studies ocean structure and currents by leaving recording instruments tethered on deep ocean moorings.
Lonnie's observations of glacier retreat in the last three decades show that glaciers around the world are melting.
Mike's research focuses on how ocean and ice, including ice shelves and sea ice, interact around Antarctica.
Tony has been a weatherman for 43 years and still finds it fascinating.
Simon developed the concept, filmed most of the interviews, made the website clips and much of the film.
David provided oversight in the early stages, shaped an early version and led the completion of the film.
Catherine provided critical guidance at key stages during both film production and website development.
David worked with David Sington in editing successive versions of the film.
Peter worked with Simon on the concept and making arrangements with scientists, especially for filming in Antarctica.
Philip arranged funding to establish the project and provided oversight throughout.