Last updated by Basil Davis 26 April 2022
A new paper has been published by the LandCover6k working group in CATENA with the title "Pollen-based reconstruction of total land-cover change over the Holocene in the temperate steppe region of China: An attempt to quantify the cover of vegetation and bare ground in the past using a n
The DEEPICE project has launched a fascinating 7-minute video featuring interviews from the project participants.
In their first paper under the Q-MARE working group name, Agiadi, K. et al have published in Environmental Biology of Fishes on the "Potential and limitations of applying the mean temperature approach to fossil otolith assemblages".
PAGES would like to congratulate Dr. Aster Gebrekirstos, PAGES Scientific Steering Committee (SSC) member, on being selected as a featured scientist in the new book “Earth, Oceans and Skies” by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA).
The Pages Past Global Changes Magazine vol.30 no.1: "Using Paleoecology in Restoration Ecology" is available to read.
It is thought that more than 600 million people live in coastal areas less than 10m above sea level.
PAGES is happy to be able to offer free online access to Past Global Changes Magazine, as well as free hard copies to all interested parties.
The PAGES endorsed International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) invites those interested to participate in planning for a post-2024 scientific ocean drilling program by submitting responses to the open request for information (RFI), which asks about where you would like to propose drilling expedi