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Miss. Ellen Bazeley-White - Profile

photo of Miss. Ellen Bazeley-White Scientific Data Manager


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British Antarctic Survey
Madingley Road, High Cross
Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB3 0ET United Kingdom

Biography

Education

1993 - 1996 Physics with Environmental Sciences, Royal Holloway University of London.
1994 - 1995 As part of an international exchange programme I spent my second year studying at Trent University, Ontario, Canada.

Employment

2013 to present

Scientific Data Manager - Polar Data Centre, Information Services

Supporting the science undertaken by BAS marine biologists and physical oceanographers.

2006 - 2013

Archives Manager - BAS Archives Service, Information Services

The BAS Archives Service manages data and records from the 1940s to the present and is a scientific and historical resource available to BAS staff and members of the public. I managed the team and resources and led on data recovery projects to encourage the re-use of archived scientific data.

2004 - 2006

Data Analyst - Antarctic Environmental Data Centre (now Polar Data Centre)

From July 2004 until July 2005 I conducted a survey of the scientific data holdings at BAS and from Sept 2005 until Dec 2006 I worked to identify data collected as part of the Antarctic Funding Initiative.

1997 - 2004

Data Manager and Web Editor, NERC Centre for Population Biology, Imperial College London, Silwood Park Campus

I managed all the data for a European grassland biodiversity experiment called BIODEPTH, compiling data from eight countries and making data available to researchers. I also assisted with the harvests to collect data.

I maintained and responded to enquiries about the worlds largest compilation of population times series data - the Global Population Dynamics Database (GPDD).

I designed and maintained the centre's (old) web site, coordinated the International Academic Visitor Programme, maintained a database of CPB publications and took part in many outreach events such as a Royal Society Summer Exhibition stand and the National Science Week activities.

In 2001 I won a BA (British Association for the Advancement of Science) Media Fellowship to work with the BBC Science Interactive group and researched and designed some of the fossilisation pages of the Walking with Beasts website.

1996 - 1997

Supervisor and Explainer - The Look Out Discovery Centre, Bracknell Forest Borough Council

I explainied exhibits, ran workshops and visited schools to promote thiscouncil run hands-on science centre.

Other Activities

In 2003 I took part in a show performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. The Tensile Strength of Cats was performed by Too Many Daves and was a comical sketch show with a science twist.