Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
The Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences currently has four main research themes: co-evolution of life and Earth, coastal sedimentary systems, geobiology, and marine geophysics.
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(2017-01-12) - Journal articleThis study presents a summer temperature reconstruction using Scots pine tree-ring chronologies for Scotland allowing the placement of current regional temperature changes in a longer-term context. ‘Living-tree’ chronologies ...
The eruptive history and magmatic evolution of Aluto volcano : new insights into silicic peralkaline volcanism in the Ethiopian rift (2016-12-15) - Journal articleThe silicic peralkaline volcanoes of the East African Rift are some of the least studied volcanoes on Earth. Here we bring together new constraints from fieldwork, remote sensing, geochronology and geochemistry to present ...
(SPIE, 2016-10-16) - Conference itemSalt minerals are an important natural resource. The ability to quickly and remotely identify and quantify salt deposits and salt contaminated soils and sands is therefore a priority goal for the various industries and ...
Collapse of the North American ice saddle 14,500 years ago caused widespread cooling and reduced ocean overturning circulation (2017-01-09) - Journal articleCollapse of ice sheets can cause significant sea-level rise and widespread climate change. We examine the climatic response to meltwater generated by the collapse of the Cordilleran-Laurentide ice saddle (North America) ...
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