Speaker: Dr. Julia Cole (University of Arizona, Tucson Arizona, USA)
Anticipating and preparing for climate change requires that we know the natural as well as human-caused dimensions of change.
Speaker: Dr. Jonathan Overpeck (University of Arizona, Tucson Arizona, USA)
Increased drought risk is (and will be) arguably one of the most certain and troubling aspects of anthropogenic climate change for many parts of the world.
Speaker: A.Prof. Alan Collins (The University of Adelaide)
The Cryogenian and Ediacaran world was the nursery of newly evolved multicellular life during an incredible time where the climate went through extreme variations, and a time wh
Speaker: Prof. Guy Narbonne (Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada)
The Ediacaran Period represents a watershed in the history of life, when “Life Got Big” after nearly three billion years of mostly microbial evolution. The oldest megascopic fo
Speaker: Prof. Pascal Philippot (Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, IPGP)
The reports of mass-independent sulfur isotope anomalies (MIF-S) in sediments older than 2.45 Ga have been attributed to photolytic reactions involving volcanic SO2 in an oxygen