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David N. Barnett

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General information


Curriculum vitae - July 2003

A full list of my publications can be found here

From October 1997 to September 2001, I was a PhD student at

Bullard Labs of the Department of Earth Sciences
University of Cambridge
Madingley Road
Cambridge CB3 0EZ, UK

I completed my PhD in planetary geophysics in April 2001, working with Dan McKenzie and Francis Nimmo, analysing the gravity and topography of Venus and Mars to gain information about their internal structure. Our particular research interests were:

The title of my thesis was Convection, elasticity and flexure inside terrestrial planets.

In addition, the following is a list of my associated publications:

Cambridge links

Between November 2001 and July 2003, I was a Climate Change Research Scientist at

Met Office
Hadley Centre for Climate Prediction and Research
Johnson House
London Road
Berkshire RG12 2SY, UK

Whilst at the Hadley Centre, I was working on the Quantifying Uncertainty in Model Predictions (QUMP) research theme. This entailed the following areas of research:

Some links pertaining to this job

I am currently Head of Research with Envisional, with whom I have been working since February 2004.

Envisional Ltd.
Betjeman House
104 Hills Road
Cambridge CB2 1LQ, UK

Sublime is Queens' College a cappella society, with which I have sung since 2000.
A selection of our recordings can be found here.

Sublime performing at CUACS' Cabaret au Chocolat, Emmanuel College Old Library, 27 February 2004

Other assorted links