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.
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.
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)".
After a successful PAGES Open Science Meeting session, with SISAL working group co-convenors Andrea Columbu<
Story and interview by Andrew Christ and Paul Bierman
The PAGES IPO team wishes everyone a peaceful and positive start to 2023!
Thank you for all of your support in 2022!
The PAGES IPO team
The Paleoclimate Modelling Intercomparison Project (PMIP) has launched PMIP WINGS (PMIP Web-based INteractive Global Seminars), an online seminar series which the group hopes everyone will want to be part of.