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Exploring Palaeoenvironments, the Oceans, Climate and Humans (EPOCH) Seminars

  • Date 26 Sep 2019 - 31 Mar 2020
  • Time Lunchtimes: 1 - 2PM
  • Category Seminar

EPOCH Seminars in room QB136

September 26th 2019:  Dr Meighan Boyd, Royal Holloway, University of London, Department of Earth Sciences: “Cave carbonates as archives of environment, climate and human activity”.

October 21st 2019:  Dr Christopher Satow, Oxford Brookes University, Department of Social Sciences: “A Sea Level Influence on Volcanic Activity- a Case Study of the Santorini Volcano”.

October 30th 2019: Dr Bethan Davies, Royal Holloway, University of London, Department of Geography: “Drones and their application and potential for geomorphological mapping”.

November 27th 2019:  Dr Lucy Roberts, University College London, Department of Geography: “Ostracods as a Quaternary toolbox: examples from around the world”.

February 6th, QB136 (1-2PM): Prof. Ian Candy, Professor of Geography, Royal Holloway University of London- “Abrupt climate change in pre-Holocene interglacials: a window into the future?”

February 18th, QB170 (1-2PM): Miss Carole Roberts, Doctoral Student, University College London- “Character of climate instability during warm periods: Investigations from Central Italy”

March 12th, QB136 (1-2PM): Dr Sam Roberson, Quaternary Geologist, British Geological Survey (Belfast)- “Glaciation of the Mourne Mountains, Northern Ireland”

March 25th, QB136 (1-2PM): Dr Jonathan Day, Scientist, European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts- “Polar prediction: forecasting in a rapidly changing world"


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