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Mar

Slower evolution and climate change drove ichthyosaurs to extinction

Ichthyosaurs – shark-like marine reptiles from the time of dinosaurs – were driven to extinction by intense climate change and their own failure to evolve quickly enough, according to new research by an international team of scientists.

  • Oceanography, Climate and Palaeoenvironment
  • Palaeobiology and Evolution
08
Mar

Royal Society ‘Parent, Carer, Scientist’ Campaign

  • Postgraduate
  • Researchers
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Feb

Prof Tamsin Mather named Mineralogical Society Distinguished Lecturer 2015-16

  • Geodesy, tectonics, volcanology and related hazards
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18
Feb

Jumping Earthquakes: limits to rupture forecasting exposed by instantaneously triggered earthquake doublet

  • Uncategorized
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10
Feb

Professor Philip England awarded Gold Medal for Geophysics by the Royal Astronomical Society

  • Uncategorized
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04
Feb

DPhil studentship and Postdoc recruitment

  • Oceanography, Climate and Palaeoenvironment
  • Postgraduate
  • Researchers
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02
Feb

Report: Advances in Marine Biogeochemistry Conference, 6th-8th Jan 2016

Advances in Marine Biogeochemistry ( AMBIO) Conference Report

  • Oceanography, Climate and Palaeoenvironment
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01
Feb

Rapid formation of bubbles in magma may trigger sudden volcanic eruptions: potential ‘early warning signal’

  • Geodesy, tectonics, volcanology and related hazards
  • Postgraduate
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13
Jan

Hallimond Lecturer, 2016

  • Geodesy, tectonics, volcanology and related hazards
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13
Jan

Scientists pinpoint unbroken section of Nepal fault line and show why Himalayas keep growing

An international team of scientists has shed new light on the earthquake that devastated Nepal in April 2015, killing more than 8,000 people.

  • Geodesy, tectonics, volcanology and related hazards