Speaker: David Heslop (RSES)
Many natural processes produce “mixtures”, which consist of a combination of different parts that occur in varying abundances.
Speaker: Jennifer Wurtzel (RSES)
My listeners will be led on a true interdisciplinary scientific journey that starts in a Sumatran cave, makes a pit stop in carbonate mineralogy with the use of lasers and thin
Speaker: Richard Matear (CSIRO)
Earth System Models provide a valuable tool for investigating the interactions of the climate system with the carbon cycle - referred to as carbon-climate feedbacks. Carbon-cli
Speaker: Terry Seward (Victoria University of Wellington)
Sulfur occurs ubiquitously in crustal fluids as sulfate and sulfur dioxide (oxidised species) and as sulfide (the reduced species H2S and HS-).
Speaker: Yuri Amelin (RSES)
Our Solar System comprises Sun, eight planets, their satellites, between 1 and 2 million asteroids larger than 1 km, and millions of smaller bodies.