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Nov

Recreation of ancient seawater reveals which nutrients shaped the evolution of early life

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  • Oceanography, Climate and Palaeoenvironment
  • Palaeobiology and Evolution
  • Researchers
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Jun

Earthquakes in ice could be used to reduce uncertainty in sea-level rise projections.

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  • Geophysics and Geodynamics
  • Oceanography, Climate and Palaeoenvironment
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Apr

World's biggest cumulative logjam, newly mapped in the arctic, stores 3.4 million tones of carbon

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  • Oceanography, Climate and Palaeoenvironment
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Jan

New study shows that most plastic debris on Seychelles beaches comes from far-off sources

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  • Oceanography, Climate and Palaeoenvironment
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Oct

Study reveals new insights into how fast-moving glaciers may contribute to sea level rise

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  • Oceanography, Climate and Palaeoenvironment
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Sep

New model mechanistically links Earth’s interior processes with surficial ones

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  • Geodesy, tectonics, volcanology and related hazards
  • Oceanography, Climate and Palaeoenvironment
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Jul

Earth Science DPhil student Odysseus Archontikis wins a G A Paul Graduate Scholarship at University College.

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  • Oceanography, Climate and Palaeoenvironment
  • Palaeobiology and Evolution
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Jul

Studying past climate fluctuations shows how human-generated atmospheric CO2 is impacting natural climate rhythms

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  • Oceanography, Climate and Palaeoenvironment
  • Palaeobiology and Evolution
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Jan

7 Attributes for a Successful Net Zero

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  • Oceanography, Climate and Palaeoenvironment
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Dec

Safer Carbon Capture and Storage

Sunset over the oil industry: Depleted oil fields are one of the targets for carbon dioxide burial and related technology development. The paper by Tyne et al., published in Nature this month, shows that subsurface microbial activity may make this type of carbon burial target more complex than originally thought.

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  • Net Zero
  • Oceanography, Climate and Palaeoenvironment