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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. ... more

PAGES, a registered association for scientific research and networking, is open and inclusive to all scientists interested in past global changes. Science within PAGES is conducted by working groups, which are open to all paleoscientists working on the topic. Get involved by contacting the working group leaders, signing up to mailing lists, and attending teleconferences and/or workshops.

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In the March edition of the PAGES newsletter, you can read about working group news, with a number of upcoming deadlines.

A global synthesis of high-resolution stable isotope data from benthic foraminifera of the last deglaciation

"A global synthesis of high-resolution stable isotope data from benthic foraminifera of the last deglaciation"

Authors: Muglia J, Mulitza S, Repschläger J, Schmittner A, Lembke-Jene L, Mix A, Saraswat R, Sikes E, Waelbroeck C, Gottschalk J, Lippold J, Lund D, Martinez-Mendez G, Michel E, Muschitiello F, Nai

Next Phase of DeepMIP-Eocene

Next Phase of DeepMIP-Eocene

*Expressions of interest, leadership, and meetings for vegetation, paleogeography*

"Relative sea level response to mixed carbonate-siliciclastic sediment loading along the Great Barrier Reef margin"

Authors: Lin Y, Whitehouse PL, Hibbert FD, Woodroffe SA, Hinestrosa G and Webster JM

PAGES Early-Career Network Survey

The PAGES Early-Career Network (ECN) invites members to participate in a survey to assist in planning future activities and find out what you do (a

DEADLINE EXTENSION: PAGES to host poster cluster at the WCRP Open Science Conference 2023

PAGES invites you to submit an abstract to a poster session hosted by PAGES on "What was the climate like in the past?