Palaeoenvironments seminars

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 Fiona Hibbert and Katharine Grant

The Palaeoenvironments research group holds fornightly seminars. Seminars are held in the Ringwood Room at 12:00pm on Wednesdays.

The seminar series is coordinated by Fiona Hibbert and Katharine Grant. Please contact them if you have suggestions for future seminars, or if you would like to be added to the seminar mailing list.

Upcoming events

27
Mar
2019
Speaker: Kelly-Anne Lawler (RSES/Macquarie)
Understanding past Southern Ocean climate is important when predicting future climate scenarios.
03
Apr
2019
Speaker: Duanne White (University of Canberra)
Duanne will be presenting aspects of his research - more info soon!  
01
May
2019
Speaker: Jess Amies (RSES)
Jess will present her PhD research... more info to follow soon!
15
May
2019
Speaker: Dr. Rachel Wood (RSES)
...more info to follow soon!

Past events

20
Mar
2019
Speaker: Prof. Eelco Rohling (RSES)
Sea-level rise is among the greatest risks that arise from anthropogenic global climate change.
13
Mar
2019
Speaker: Yucheng Lin
The source of Meltwater Pulse 1A (MWP-1A), the largest and most rapid global sea-level rise event during the last deglaciation, is important for understanding large ice sheet st
06
Mar
2019
Speaker: Bethany Ellis (RSES)
The use of X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) Core Scanning for continuous high-resolution analysis of Sr/Ca in corals is investigated here as a new method for analyzing coral material.
27
Feb
2019
Speaker: Song Zhao (RSES)
East Asia northeastern monsoon (EANM) is the downstream component of East Asia winter monsoon (EAWM) that influences the socio-economic activity of billions of people.
13
Feb
2019
Speaker: Jiade Wu (RSES)
Abrupt climate oscillations during the last glaciation provide important insights for the ongoing rapid climate change.

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