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Scientific Reports Apr 22
The El Niño-Southern Oscillation is having an increased influence on Antarctic temperatures since the Industrial Era
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Bethany Ellis 👩‍🔬 11 Aug 17
It's complete! Awesome artwork of a diver drilling a coral for research by Stylized Impact
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Jon Woodhead Feb 4
Interested in , , , , or art? We seek a highly motivated PhD student to study the climate history of northern Australia over the past 100 ka, based upon speleothem archives of landscape change. See flyer for details.
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Eleanor John Jun 17
I felt a little sad slicing Hippo the Clam (3000 year old Fijian giant clam) this week but look at those wonderful growth lines. I can't decide whether the slice looks more like a lamb chop or an apostrophe!
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Sofie Lindström Feb 8
Serious question: Is it important to study past climate changes? Please motivate!
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Jie Chang 8 Feb 17
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Matthew J Jacobson Jun 15
This is what Friday nights are for PhD students! Saying that, I find the likeness to a city skyline strangely satisfying
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Joanna Tindall 25 Jan 18
Today’s success... I **think** I might just have got my head around the basics of the things that affect interpreting water isotope records.
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ANU Earth Sciences 🌏 May 28
Jess Amies is our of the week, giving her end of PhD seminar 😊
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Kathryn Adamson 14 Feb 17
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Annabel Wolf Feb 21
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Scotty Strachan 13 Nov 17
Yes, landscape happens in too! What did this scene look like 1000 years ago?
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AQUA Jun 29
Visiting some of the key sites of NSI was a fantastic way finish to a productive SHeMax workshop. Thanks , and Dan for all your hard work
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James Williams Jul 23
That feeling when the wiggly lines are good 😎 and you rralise the last year hasn't been a waste. Now to think about what it all means 🤔
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Nick Kamenos 23 Nov 16
Interested in a postdoc on and ice sheet melting? Closing date soon very soon! 4th Dec.
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Christine Lane 28 Oct 16
At INTIMATE and IntCal will have a joint session (CL1.19): "Advances in integrating records and their timescales"
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Tom Williams 15 Oct 16
New new head of department dipping his toes into at Harry Elderfield memorial
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Alice Carter-Champion 26 Jan 18
Next level afternoon tea to help with project work on the workshop
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Zoë Thomas 26 Apr 17
About to present my poster at - swing by X5.71!
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PALCOM INQUA 22 Mar 18
Do you have an upcoming meeting/ conference/ latest news that you want to share with the community? Email details to palcomcommission@gmail.com and it will be shared on the INQUA webpage () and on the PALCOM facebook and twitter news feeds.
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