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<
A new paper has been published by White S, Pei Q, Kleemann K, Dolák L, Huhtamaa H and Camenisch C in WIREs Climate Change.
By: Sicard M, de Boer AM & Sime LC
By: Anne de Vernal and Claude Hillaire-Marcel
By: Drake McCrimmon, A. Ihle, K. Keegan and S. Rupper