In the PAGES May newsletter, we are thrilled to announce that the latest volume of the Past Global Changes Magazine on "Advancing past socio-environmental systems science" is available to read online. There is a still a possibility to order a hard copy via the webform by 26 May.
The latest Past Global Changes Magazine is available to read online.
The effect of uncertainties in natural forcing records on simulated temperature during the last millennium
Authors: Lücke LJ, Schurer AP, Toohey M, Marshall LR and Hegerl GC
Lücke at. have published a paper in Climate of the Past on "The effect of uncertainties in natural forcing records on simulated temperature during the last millennium".
The Volcanic Impacts on Climate and Society (VICS) working group 5th Workshop “Moving forward by looking back” will take place from 22-24 May at the University of Bern, Switzerland and online.
The PAGES Early-Career Network has launched a new webinar series on "Let's talk about career opportunities".
Holocene relative sea-level changes in northwest Ireland: An empirical test for glacial isostatic adjustment models
Authors: Kirby JR, Garrett E and Gehrels WR
Members of the PALSEA working group have published an article in The Holocene on "Holocene relative sea-level changes in northwest Ireland: An empirical test for glacial isostatic adjustment models".
The workshop will take place simultaneously in three hubs (hybrid) from 8-12 May 2023, but all hubs will follow the same agenda.
The C-PEAT workshop format will be hybrid with three hubs:
Would you like to join the leadership team of the past4future Risk-KAN working group?
The current issue of Past Global Changes Magazine on "Advancing past socio-environmental systems science" is now out.
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In 2021 PAGES and the Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research (IAI) announced the International Mobility Research Fellowship Program for Latin American and Caribbean early-career scientists on past global changes.