Speaker: Prof Tim Naish (Victoria University of Wellington)
The mid-Pliocene (3.3 -3 Ma) has long been considered an analogue for future global warming with atmospheric CO2 concentration of 400 ppm, average surface temperature
Speaker: Mr Leo Baeza (RSES)
Triple oxygen isotope measurements (16O, 17O, and 18O) revolutionized our understanding of meteoritics and cosmochemistry since the discovery of
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: Mr Mainak Mondal (RSES)
Melting of Antarctic ice shelves has a large impact on ocean circulation, future sea level rise and the global climate.
Speaker: Darryn Waugh (Johns Hopkins University / UNSW)
Dramatic decreases in Antarctic ozone (the so called ozone hole) have occurred since the late 1970s.