Stalagmites and stalactites (speleothems) are caused by the progressive build-up of minerals deposited from cave drip water.
Chadwick M, et al. from the Cycles of Sea-Ice Dynamics in the Earth system (C-SIDE) working group have published a paper in Climate of the Past on "Compilation of Southern Ocean sea-ice records covering the last glacial-interglacial cycle (12–130 ka)."
There are a number of deadlines coming up that PAGES would like to highlight in this month’s newsletter, including Early Career Award nominations and Expressions of Interest to host the 2025 OSM and YSM.
We would like to draw your attention to a job vacancy announcement. PAGES is looking for an accomplished Science Officer to join our team in Bern, Switzerland.
Applications are accepted until position is filled (review of applications will start on 15 September 2022).
It is certain that the mean surface temperature of the Earth will continue to increase under realistic emission scenarios, yet comparatively little is known about future changes in climate variability.
Early this year Heikkilä M, Ribeiro S, Weckström K and Pieńkowski AJ produced a paper on the Arctic coastal zone.
The Carbon in Peat on Earth through Time (C-PEAT) working group has announced its intention to revive workshops, but with a new format. As communicated by C-PEAT leaders in July 2022:
"This year's workshop will have 2 main themes:
A CCHRI-Max-Planck publication has been published.
A new paper has been published by the Speleothem Isotopes Synthesis and AnaLysis (SISAL) working group!