Spatial and Temporal Distributions of Live Salt-Marsh Foraminifera in Southern New Jersey: Implications for Sea-Level Studies
A new paper has been published by PALSEA working group members.
PAGES will be hosting a symposium on 1 June in Bern, Switzerland, with an option to attend online.
PDRA Quaternary Sedimentologist/Geochemist – The Big Thaw Highlight Topic Grant
Call for papers: Climate and conflict revisited - Perspectives from the past and the present
Workshop date: 11-12 May 2023
Location: Oslo, Norway
Call for abstracts: 1 March 2023
Acceptance decision: 31 March 2023
Call for Contributions for the PAGES magazine - Past Global Changes Horizons: Picture the past. Change the future.
The next deadline for applications for new working groups (WGs), Data Stewardship Scholarships (DSS) and financial support for new workshops and meetings is 28 March 2023.
Featured article: Horizons Magazine (2) - The science behind the comic: ice-core records as clues to past changes
By: Nathaelle Bouttes and Emilie Capron
Why do scientists go to Antarctica? Since the 1950s, scientists have been collecting ice from ice sheets*, because it provides clues of past climate changes. Let’s see how.
Gridded pollen-based Holocene regional plant cover in temperate and northern subtropical China suitable for climate modelling
New paper by Li F, Gaillard M-J, Cao X, Herzschuh U, Sugita S, Ni J, Zhao Y, An C, Huang X, Li Y, Liu H, Sun A and Yao Y.
New paper by Rovere A, Ryan DD, Vacchi M, Dutton A, Simms AR and Murray-Wallace CV.
Rovere A, et al. have published a new paper in Earth System Science Data on "The World Atlas of Last Interglacial Shorelines (version 1.0)".
Deadline extended: Special Edition in Quaternary Research on "New developments in speleothem paleoclimate and paleoenvironmental science"
After a successful PAGES Open Science Meeting session, with SISAL working group co-convenors Andrea Columbu<