Speaker: Ms Tharika Liyanage (RSES)
This September, 17 research students from the Research School of Earth Sciences (RSES) had the incredible opportunity to explore the geology and cultural history of the Northern
Speaker: Matthew Huber (Purdue University)
To better understand and predict future climate change we often to look to past periods of global warmth as analogues and testbeds for models.
Speaker: Ms Bethany Ellis (RSES)
The Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) is an ocean-atmosphere climate oscillation within the Indian Ocean basin and one of Australasia’s key climate drivers that influences the distribut
Speaker: Prof Mike Coffin - University of Tasmania
Phytoplankton in the ocean supply half of the oxygen in Earth’s atmosphere.
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.