The Uncertainty in Climate Sensitivity due to Clouds (CloudSense) is a five-year research programme, which aims to utilise the combined expertise of climate modellers, cloud physicists, and remote sensing experts to stimulate the scientific advances needed for a reduction in uncertainty in climate sensitivity due to clouds.
The Programme consists of four projects: CIRCULATES, DCMEX, M-Phase, and SOC.
The Programme Coordination Team (PCT) that will be responsible for the day-to-day management, co-ordination and administration of the programme, including programme-wide knowledge exchange, reporting and data management activities.
We are currently setting up the project, and will add more information in due course. Plans are still uncertain until we know the impact of Covid-19 on future field work plans.