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Welcome to PAGES

The PAGES (Past Global Changes) project is an international effort to coordinate and promote past global change research. The primary objective is to improve our understanding of past changes in the Earth system in order to improve projections of future climate and environment, and inform strategies for sustainability.


PAGES (Past Global Changes) supports research which aims to understand the Earth’s past environment in order to obtain better predictions of future climate and environment, and inform strategies for sustainability.

News overview

PAGES Newsletter April 2024

As we near the end of April, the PAGES IPO would like to take this opportunity to remind the paleocommunity that the deadline for PAGES Open Scienc

Decadal-to-centennial increases of volcanic aerosols from Iceland challenge the concept of a Medieval Quiet Period

By Gabriel I, Plunkett G, Abbott PM, Behrens M, Burke A, Chellman N, Cook E, Fleitmann D, Hörhold M, Hutchison W, McConnell JR, Óladóttir BA, Preis

PMIP and CMIP7 update

There have been some developments around PMIP recently, as well as with the wider CMIP7 effort.

PAGES Publications

Our database of articles, publications, meeting products and more ... 

PAGES Magazines
PAGES Magazines

PAGES publishes two free journals ...

PAGES working groups PALSEA 2016
Working groups

PAGES' working groups are temporary organizations that bring paleoscientists together ...

PAGES Early-Career Network
Early-Career Network

The PAGES Early-Career Network (ECN) aims to facilitate the exchange of ideas and skill sets ...

PAGES job portal

PAGES provides a free listing of paleoscience jobs as a service to the community ...

PAGES People Database

Welcome to the People Database, an online portal for the paleoscience community ... 

Apply for support
Apply for support

Make the most of the resources PAGES offers ...

PAGES Calendar

Upcoming paleoscience meetings and events ...

Supporters & Partners

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