23 April 2020
6.00pm - 7.00pm
Rendall Building, Lecture Theatre 6, Bedford Street South Liverpool, L69 7ZQ
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Are we experiencing extraordinary climatic conditions? To understand what is happening today, we need to know the why and the how. Looking into the past can help to better understand our current and future situation, and oceanic mud may contain the answers to all our questions. In this talk, an overview will be given on how well-preserved palaeoceanographic indicators have helped to refine our understanding of past climates, including resolving the Noah’s flood debate.
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