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

06
Feb
2019
Speaker: Nicky Wright (RSES)
The Southern Annular Mode (SAM), also known as the Antarctic Oscillation, is a primary mode of climate variability in the Southern Hemisphere and has major climatic influences f
30
Nov
2018
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
21
Nov
2018
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
14
Nov
2018
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
07
Nov
2018
Speaker: Prof. Patrick De Deckker (RSES)
Prof. Patrick De Deckker will present recent work on Australian dusts.

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