Speaker: Ms Melanie Sieber (RSES)
The carbon content in the atmosphere has a strong influence on climate and has changed dramatically over geological times.
Speaker: Martha Savage (Victoria University of Wellington)
Seismic anisotropy is formed from the alignment of minerals or cracks and as such, can be used as a tool to study deformation and stress beneath the Earth’s surface.
Speaker: Callum Shakespeare (RSES)
Look up at the sky on a cloudy day and you will often see sets of parallel, equally spaced bands of clouds that are the signature of internal waves.
Speaker: Darryn Waugh (Johns Hopkins University / UNSW)
Dramatic decreases in Antarctic ozone (the so called ozone hole) have occurred since the late 1970s.
Speaker: Mr Mainak Mondal (RSES)
Melting of Antarctic ice shelves has a large impact on ocean circulation, future sea level rise and the global climate.