Past Climate Change – the blog

 

Updates, announcements, research publications and musings on communications of climate change data to the general public. 

All Souls Conference

All Souls College, Oxford, is primarily a research institution without any undergraduate members. So, even though Philip has spent 7 years in Oxford both as an undergraduate and a postdoc he had not entered the hallowed halls prior to this...

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Not choosing academia is not a synonym of failure

As a PhD student in my final year, I find it demoralizing and frustrating to be constantly reminded of the bleak job prospects in academia. This dim outlook may well increase the pressure on students and contribute to high rates of anxiety and depression...

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Press Release

Press Release: Study shows oxygen loss could be a huge issue for oceans   A major study from universities including Birkbeck, UCL, Otago, Exeter and Oxford into an ancient climate change event that impacted a significant percentage of Earth’s oceans...

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The Huffington Post was interested too…

Jeremy Deaton writes: Life on Earth has survived vast changes in climate, from a warm period 450 million years ago, when most of the present-day United States was underwater, to the last ice age 20,000 years ago, when New England was buried beneath a...

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EOS wrote about us…

LUCAS JOEL writes: In 1981 geologists proposed that the chemical weathering of rocks like granite can draw the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide (CO2) out of the atmosphere and, in the process, cool Earth. As cooling progressed, chemical weathering...

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