Dr Andrew Klekociuk is a Principal Research Scientist and research Section Leader with the Australian Antarctic Division (AAD) where he undertakes collaborative research on the development and analysis of advanced climate model simulations for the Antarctic region, the investigation of climate variability and ozone change, and the development of atmospheric remote sensing instruments. Dr Klekociuk has over 30•years of research experience in astrophysics, space physics, atmospheric physics and climate science, which includes more than four years of accumulated Antarctic field work.
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