Speaker: David Hutchinson (Stockholm University)
The Eocene-Oligocene Transition (EOT), approximately 34 Ma ago, is an interval of great interest in Earth’s climate history, due to the inception of the Antarctic ice sheet, maj
Speaker: Prof. Andrew Roberts (RSES)
Tibetan Plateau uplift has long been considered to be a main driving force for mid-latitude Asian inland aridity (AIA) and for deposition of thick aeolian sequences in northern
Speaker: Vikashni Nand (RSES)
Highly precise and accurate measurements of pH and alkalinity have become key scientific techniques to understand how rising anthropogenic CO2 emissions are affecting
Speaker: Prof. Patrick De Deckker (RSES)
Prof. Patrick De Deckker will present recent work on Australian dusts.
Speaker: Prof. Yair Rosenthal (Rutgers University)
Yair Rosenthal (Dept.