Karst Record Conference

Climate Change, The Karst Record, is a conference held every four years, which brings together researchers from all over the world who are working on answering questions about climate change using archives found in karst environments. This year the 8th conference was held at the University of Austin, Texas. Gina attended the conference and presented […]

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Expedition Report Published

Our 96 page report on the findings of the Northeast Greenland Caves Project 2015 expedition to Kronprins Christian Land, Northeast Greenland, has officially been published in memory of Charlie Self. The report has been written and edited by Dr. Gina Moseley, and contains additional contributions from: Chris Blakeley, Robbie Shone, Prof. Paul Smith, Prof. Christoph […]

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Presenting the Project…

Presenting the work of the Project and perhaps more importantly the scientific rationale for the Project has always been high on our agenda. During the last few weeks, Gina has given three presentations to three very different audiences. In such instances, it isn’t just a simple case of presenting the same lecture three times over.

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Highly connected Greenland and central European climate, 30,000-60,000 years ago

A new paper has been published today in Geology by the Northeast Greenland Caves Project leader Dr. Gina Moseley and science partner Prof. Christoph Spötl, which shows that in the cold, glacial climate c. 30,000 to 60,000 years ago, strong teleconnections existed between Greenland and central Europe. The paper is permanently open access and available to all.

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