"Sedimentary ancient DNA (sedaDNA) as a new paleo proxy to investigate organismal responses to past environmental changes in Antarctica"
PAGES is pleased to announce the launch of a new working group: Marine Arctic Diatoms (MARDI).
In this month’s newsletter, PAGES is excited to announce that its latest magazine “Sea ice in the polar regions" is available to read and download! Hard copy orders can still be made through a personal PAGES profile, or via an online webform.
Past Global Changes Magazine vol.30 no.2: "Sea ice in the polar regions" with a special section on "Early-career perspectives on ice-core science" is available to read.
The PAGES Early-Career Network (ECN) are welcoming applications for the Past Global Changes (PAGES) Early-Career Network Steering Committee members due to leadership rotation.
PAGES holds an annual call for applications from scientists to serve on its Scientific Steering Committee (SSC). The SSC represents a broad spectrum of disciplines and nationalities, and includes scientists at different career stages.
Deadline: 3 October 2022
PAGES is inviting Expressions of interest to host the 2025 PAGES Open Science Meeting (OSM) and Young Scientists Meeting (YSM) outside the European or African time zones by 3 October 2022.
While some important PAGES deadlines are just around the corner, including PAGES support applications and new working group proposals, Early-Career Award nominations and expressions of interest to host the 2025 OSM and YSM, this month’s newsletter announces a change in the PAGES
PAGES is committed to providing access to paleoscience in an accessible and informative way. Past Global Changes Magazine is a free magazine with this aim, published twice annually, and delivered in hard copy format, free of charge, to those who are interested.
Written by: Basil Davis