Latest edition HERE
Summer 2020 Issue HERE
From Smithsonian feed HERE
One or two of these articles has appeared separately previously but once again Graeme has come up with news from around the World. Do check out the videos in the article about quick clay.
June 23rd HERE
a twice yearly publication, link HERE to access issues–worth a read
and its Scottish!! HERE
Notified to TVGS by Geology in the West Country
Strategies in times of crisis – lessons from past marine ecosystems: virtual event. More about it HERE.
Climate change is projected to change the ecosystems on land and in the sea, and the rate of environmental change today has been unprecedented for millions of years.
Experiments assessing the impacts on marine ecosystems are unlike the real world – they are often limited to a select few species and drivers of environmental change, and hence cannot represent the complexity of interactions in ‘real’ ecosystems. The fossil record is an archive of responses to climate change at a global ecosystem scale, where the sensitivities of species (or higher taxa) to a speciﬁc environmental driver can be determined.
Professor Schmidt will explore historical and geological records of the response of marine ecosystems to environmental change, and the talk will give examples of the information that palaeontologists can contribute to the global challenge of estimating the impacts of climate change.
Incredible video of around 10 houses disappearing slowly onto the sea in Norway HERE