Two Faculty of Environment researchers have received a prestigious fellowship aimed at tackling global challenges.
New ocean drilling results reveal how global climate influences sediment input and basin water conditions in a young rift
School of Earth and Environment staff were recently part of the Science Team for IODP Expedition 381
A new study has produced a detailed estimation for when there was enough oxygen in the Earth’s atmosphere to support large land-based life, such as dinosaurs and eventually humans.
Dr Natasha Barlow has been awarded an ERC starting grant, for a project titled ‘Rates of Interglacial Sea-level Change, and Responses' (RISeR).
Some 520-540 million years ago, animals began to inhabit the seafloor, and this drastically changed the global environment.