CIce2Clouds brings together sea-ice biogeochemists and atmospheric chemists to study 

the coupled  ocean – sea-ice – snow – atmosphere (O-SI-S-A) system

The membership composition is designed to encompass scientific discipline, geographical location, gender, and career stage as well as to represent countries with established and emerging polar programs. 


Megan Willis, USA (Early Career Scientist), Polar aerosol formation and atmospheric chemistry

Nadja Steiner,  Canada (Senior Scientist), Sea-ice & ocean biogeochemical modeling

                         Full members 

Early Career Scientists (ECS) 

Hakase Hayashida, Australia, Sea-ice & ocean biogeochemical modeling

Odile Crabeck, Belgium, Sea ice biogeochemistry and  gas exchange

Senior Scientists 

Markus Frey,  UK, Polar atmospheric, Snow & ice core chemistry measurements

Anoop S. Mahajan, India, Polar atmospheric chemistry  

Daiki Nomura, Japan, Atmosphere-sea-ice interaction for gases

Jennie Thomas,  France, Polar atmospheric chemistry modeling

 Liyang Zhan, China, Ocean-ice-atmosphere gas exchange 

Raul R. Cordero,  Chile, Remote sensing of aerosol and cloud 

Associate members 

Early Career Scientists (ECS) 

Jessie Creamean, USA, Polar aerosol-cloud interactions, ice nucleation 

Srishti Dasarathy, USA, Marine aerosol  and remote sensing

Inge Deschepper, Canada/South Africa, Sea-ice ocean biogeochemical modelling 

Sakiko Ishino, Japan, Atmospheric chemistry in polar regions 

Louis Marelle, Norway/France, Modelling aerosol-cloud interactions in polar regions

Esty Willcox, Canada, Sea-ice interface geochemistry measurements 

Hyung-Gyu Lim, USA/Korea, biogeochimacal process and climate feedback 

Senior Scientists 

Thorsten Bartels-Rausch, Paul Scherrer Institute,  Switzerland, Chemistry and micro-physics in ice/snow

Bruno Delille, Belgium, Ocean-ice-atmosphere gas exchange measurements 

Francois Fripiat, Belgium, Sea-ice and ocean biogeochemistry measurements 

Klaus Meiners, Australia, Coupled sea-ice physical-chemical-biological processes, sea-ice optics 

Lisa Miller, Canada, Sea-ice chemistry measurements

Ilka Peeken, Germany, Sea-ice biogeochemistry

Jacqueline Stefels, Netherland/ Germany, Sea-ice & ocean biogeochemistry & DMS fluxes

Marcello Vichi, South Africa, Sea-ice physics and biogeochemistry

Paul Zieger, Sweden, Aerosol-cloud interactions in polar and pristine regions