Upcoming Talks

Margot Cramwinckel

This photo is a headshot of Margot Cramwinckel looking happy with fields and mountains in the background. The picture was taken on the way back from a hiking holiday in Italy, hence the happy facial expression. They are a light-skinned person with brown eyes and short-ish brown hair, wearing a black-and-white flannel and several necklaces and earrings.

Utrecht University, Netherlands

January 31, 2023

Investigating early Eocene hydroclimate using fossils and models: wet-gets-wetter, dry-gets-drier?

Earth’s hydrological cycle is expected to intensify in response to global warming, with a
‘wet-gets-wetter, dry-gets-drier’ response anticipated. In this, the arid subtropics (~15-30°
N/S) are predicted to become drier. Yet proxy evidence from past warm climates suggests
these regions may instead have been characterised by wetter conditions. In this talk, I will
investigate this further using the early Eocene hothouse as case study, extracting
information on past rainfall patterns from both model simulations and proxy
reconstructions.

Anthony Shillito

University of Saskatchewan, Canada

February 07, 2023

TBD

Miranta Kouvari

University College London, United Kingdom

February 14, 2023

TBD

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February 21, 2023

TBD

Joshua Zimmt

University of California
Berkeley, United States

February 28, 2023

TBD

Richard Buchmann

Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Brazil

March 07, 2023

TBD

TBD

TBD

March 14, 2023

TBD

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