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Palaeoclimate Seminars

All seminars are held each Tuesday in G07 Pearson Building, 1-2pm. For further information please contact Carole Roberts.

1st October
Preliminary findings about the mid-Holocene from newly developed climate models
Dr Chris Brierley and Anni Zhao, University College London
8th October CANCELLED - Thaw lakes and climate change: a Beringian perspective
Professor Mary Edwards, University of Southampton
15th October Detangling regional and global signals in seawater δ18O records across the Mid-Pleistocene Transition
Dr Heather Ford, Queen Mary, University of London
22nd October Long-term fire ecology in biodiversity hotspots and relevance in a future warmer world
Dr Daniele Colombaroli, Royal Holloway, University of London
29th October Life on the edge: the effects of long-term climate change and fire activity on the remnant cool temperate rainforests of Tasmania (Australia)
Dr Michela Mariani, University of Nottingham
12th November Marine geological constraints on Late Quaternary dynamics of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet in its Amundsen Sea sector
Dr Claus-Dieter Hillenbrand, British Antarctic Survey
19th November Volcanoes, climate and society
Professor Ulf Büntgen, University of Cambridge
26th November Mediterranean sapropels, understanding formation mechanisms from redox sensitive isotope proxies
Dr Morten Andersen, Cardiff University
3rd December Dissolved oxygen in the ocean beyond the instrumental record
Dr Babette Hoogakker Heriot-Watt University
10th December How is Antarctica changing and why should we care?
Professor Martin Siegert, Imperial College London