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Mantle convection governs broad-scale Earth processes such as plate tectonics, volatile cycling and dynamic topography.
Brad will give an update on their paleoceanographic results from the Sabrina Slope, East Antarctica
The Earth’s mantle transition zone is a complex region exhibiting mineralogical phase changes as revealed by sharp increases of seismic wave-speed between 410 and 660 km depths.
Jai Lui will present an overview of advanced statistical modelling with climate science applications.
RSES Education Forum, November 28.
Dr Stirling presents techniques for interpreting ocean sediment records and using them to reconstruct paleo-climatic and paleo-oceanographic conditions.
Dr Hejrani will present new techniques for more accurately determining the location and geometry of earthquake source events.
Pauline tells us more about her recent research on climate variability of SW Western Australia from speleothem records.
Dr Whalen discusses the significance of relatively small scale mixing processes on global scale ocean processes.
Zanna Chase will tells us about her current research... more info soon!
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