Speaker: Ms Hannah James (RSES)
Isotopic analysis of human remains has become a key scientific technique employed to gather direct evidence of the diet and mobility of past populations.
Speaker: Caroline Tiddy - University of South Australia
Mineral exploration is known as a boom and bust industry.
Speaker: Ms Jen Prichard (RSES)
Hawaii is the archetypal example of intra-plate 'hotspot' volcanism, yet the mechanisms of plume formation, hotspot volcano formation, and the nature of chemical heterogeneity i
Speaker: Professor David Cooke (University of Tasmania)
In the past decade, significant research efforts have been devoted to mineral chemistry studies to assist porphyry exploration.
Speaker: Nick Golledge - Victoria University of Wellington
Even with government pledges to reduce greenhouse gas emissions as part of the Paris Agreement, we are likely committed to 3-4C surface warming above pre-industrial levels by 2