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 the results from the project to colleagues in her field for the first time. The presentation was really well received, as well as Robbie’s amazing photographs, which were definitely a big hit with the audience. The next meeting, KR9, will be hosted by Gina at the University of Innsbruck, Austria, in 2020.


Moseley, Gina E., Edwards, R. Lawrence; Cheng, Hai; Lu, Yanbin; Spötl, Christoph. 2017.  Northeast Greenland Caves Project: The Potential for Constructing Speleothem Palaeoclimate Records for The Arctic. Climate Change: The Karst Record VIII Conference (KR8), Austin, USA.