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Nicolas Cullen – research grants

2020-2025: Projecting Ross Sea Region ecosystem changes in a warming world (Antarctic Science Platform, Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. PI: Miles Lamare, Co-Leader Marwan Katurji, AI Nicolas Cullen)

2020-2023: Quantifying environmental resources through high-resolution, automated, satellite mapping of landscape change (Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment Endeavour Fund - Smart Ideas. PI Pascal Sirguey, AI Nicolas Cullen)

2011-2021: The mass balance and climate of Brewster Glacier, Southern Alps, New Zealand (National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research subcontract, Climate Present and Past; PI Nicolas Cullen).

2017-2019: Impact of climate change on New Zealand’s frozen water resources (Deep South National Science Challenge, Impacts and Implications Programme; PIs Nicolas Cullen, Brian Anderson and Andrew Mackintosh and AIs Jono Conway, Ruzica Dadic, Tim Kerr, Heather Purdie, Pascal Sirguey, Christian Zammit).

2017-2018: Is everything all white in the Gardens of Eden and Allah, Southern Alps, New Zealand? (The Brian Mason Scientific and Technical Trust, New Zealand; PI Nicolas Cullen and AIs Pascal Sirguey, Jono Conway).

2016-2018: Revealing the atmospheric footprint on glacier mass balance in the Southern Alps of New Zealand (Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellowship, Germany; PI Nicolas Cullen and host Thomas Mölg).

2017: Glaciers in the picture: how much have New Zealand glaciers changed over the last 30 years? (University of Otago Research Grant; PI Pascal Sirguey and AI Nicolas Cullen).

2016: Unlocking the mystery of how ice cliffs formed in the past on Kilimanjaro (University of Otago Research Grant; PI Nicolas Cullen and AI Pascal Sirguey).

2013-14: Predicting the fate of snow- and ice-entrapped chemicals in a changing alpine climate (University of Otago Research Grant; PI Kimberly Hageman and AI Nicolas Cullen).

2013: Can we predict the development of hurricanes from lightning activity? (University of Otago Research Grant; PI Craig Rodger and AI Nicolas Cullen).

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