School of Earth & Environmental Sciences
Earth Sciences at St Andrews dates to the 17th Century, a rich tradition that shapes our vision for the future: to define the cutting edge of Earth, environmental, and planetary science, and deliver unparalleled student education.
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(University of St Andrews, 2019-06-26) - ThesisInvestigating past changes in Earth’s climate can provide useful information for assessing future climate change scenarios. Planktic foraminifera preserved in marine sediment are commonly used as a tool to reconstruct past ...
(2014-08-16) - Journal articleWe study a mechanism of iceberg breakup that may act together with the recognized melt and wave-induced decay processes. Our proposal is based on observations from a recent field experiment on a large ice island in Baffin ...
The application of highly resolved tree-ring isotopes for reconstructing the ecohydrological interactions within riparian forests (University of St Andrews, 2018-01-15) - ThesisThe research conducted within this thesis aims to advance our understanding of plant-water interactions, specifically the identification of the source(s) of water available for tree growth within riparian zones. Through ...
(2018-01) - Journal articleMultiple lines of evidence have revealed a thriving marine biosphere capable of diverse metabolic strategies back to at least 3.5 billion years ago (Ga). However, little is known about microbial ecosystems in lakes and ...
(University of St Andrews, 2018-05-30) - Thesis