CloudSense 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 Uncertainty in Climate Sensitivity due to Clouds (CloudSense) is a 5 year research programme, funded by (NERC) the Natural Environment Research Council.

CloudSense consists of 4 projects:

Circulates, DCMEX, M-Phase and SOC.

CloudSense is managed by the Programme Coordination Team (PCT), which includes the Project Leads (PLs) of the four projects within CloudSense, and is managed by the British Antarctic Survey.

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