Speaker: Maureen Walczak (Oregon State University)
Much remains unresolved concerning the origin and global implications of the episodes of rapid glacial failure in the North Atlantic known as Heinrich Events.
Speaker: Ms Veronika Emetc (RSES)
Surface and basal crevasses are deep fractures in ice that are formed throughout the whole Antarctic ice sheet.
Speaker: Julie Arblaster (Monash University)
The Southern Hemisphere atmospheric circulation is dominated by the mid-latitude westerlies which encircle Antarctica and drive changes in surface climate as well as the ocean a
Speaker: Michael Richards (Simon Fraser University)
This talk presents the results of almost 20 years of research into human diet and migration in Bronze Age Greece using isotope analysis. This time period and region has a very l
Speaker: Ellen Corrick (University of Melbourne)
The Last Glacial Period (~115,000 to 11,500 years ago) was characterised by a series of abrupt climate changes known as millennial-scale climate events.