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Steve has led a team that discovered a 'mass grave' of massive, toothy amphibians from 200 million years ago. These two-metre animals have been named Metoposaurus algarvensis and the...
Published on : Tue, 24/03/2015
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GEOTRACES is an international research collaboration aiming to improve our understanding of biogeochemical cycles in the oceans. Although only three years into its ten-year game plan, the collaboration already...

Published on : Sun, 02/03/2014

Dr Sian Henley, uses radiocarbon measurements to trace the influence of deep water masses on the surface ocean around Antarctica.

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Published on : Thu, 23/01/2014

In 2013 a UK team of scientists led by Cambridge University took a UK research ship the RRS James Cook to the margin of Portugal to collect high resolution sediment archives for paleoclimate analyses, and to perform a site survey for future IODP...

Published on : Thu, 23/01/2014

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