Feb 28th, 2019
Imperial College, School of Mines
The Earth has been inhabited by life for almost 90% of its existence. However, life requires fairly narrow climatic conditions to survive, which means that Earth’s climate must have been remarkably stable for billions of years. This cannot be coincidental, and requires that climate stabilisation processes operate – but until very recently, we have not had much idea about what they were, or how they operate!
This talk will examine these processes that ultimately have led to our existence.
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