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Auto sub, Professor jeff Peakall

New research has revealed how currents deep on the ocean floor are able to travel thousands of miles.

Snowmobile is a common mode of transport in Inuit communities. Temperature influences machine functioning, potential of getting stuck and conditions of ice and snow. Credit: Dylan Clark, McGill University, Canada

Inuit communities’ travel skills and regional knowledge have helped mitigate the effects of Arctic climate change on travel conditions, according to a new study.

Image of wheat

A new study suggests climate change will significantly alter rainfall patterns for key agricultural regions, but the worst effects could be mitigated by reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Drilling vessel

School of Earth and Environment staff were recently part of the Science Team for IODP Expedition 381

LIFD launch

The Leeds Institute for Fluid Dynamics (LIFD) is celebrating a successful launch, culminating in a seminar delivered by one of the world’s leading academics on the subject.