Speaker: Evan J. Gowan (RSES, Geophysics)
The Laurentide Ice Sheet reached its maximum extent at the Last Glacial Maximum, 26,500-19,000 years before present.
Speaker: Claire Thompson (RSES, Ocean and Climate Geoscience)
Copper (Cu) has often been termed a Goldilocks element regarding its role in marine systems.
Speaker: Professor Martin Kennedy (University of Adelaide)
The rise of atmospheric oxygen from an initially reducing Earth is widely considered a prerequisite for complex animal life.
Speaker: Irina Zhukova (RSES, Earth Materials and Processes)
Olivine with major element composition approximately (Mg0.9Fe0.1)2SiO4 is the principal mineral in the Earth’s upper mantle and, as a consequence, its chemical and physical prop
Speaker: Chris Chapman (RSES, Earth Physics; CSIRO, Wealth from Oceans Flagship)
Strong, narrow currents called “jets” are ubiquitous phenomena in geophysical fluids.