Melinda and I presented our research in Zaragoza, Spain this May at the PAGES Open Science Meeting. It was a great, rejuvenating conference, full of fantastic science. Melinda was also selected to attend the Young Scientist’s Meeting in Morillo de Tou. I stuck around afterward to attend the Iso2k meeting.
Come see what we’ve been up to!
Monday Dec 14:
PP14A-01: Spatiotemporal Variability in the Salinity-Oxygen Isotope Relationship of Seawater Across the Tropical Pacific Ocean 16:00-16:15
PP14A-02: Precipitation and Seawater Isotopic Variability from Hawaii to the equator: the 2014-2015 ENSO cycle 16:15-16:30
PP14A-03: Amount Effect, Altitude, and Moisture Source Influences on Precipitation Isotopic Variability in the Galápagos Islands 16:30-16:45
Tuesday Dec 15:
A23M-05: The importance of ENSO Nonlinearities in Tropical Pacific Response to External Forcing 14:40-14:55
PP22A-01: Water Isotope Tracers of Indo-Pacific Atmospheric Circulation: A Modern Take on Past Dynamics 10:20-10:35
Check out some of our latest work in Baltimore:
REVISITING THE JULES GEOSOL AND GASTROPOD PALEOECOLOGY IN LAST GLACIAL MAXIMUM LOESS, WESTERN ILLINOIS
Andy Nash’s research is improving the chronology and interpretation of Illinois paleosol and loess deposits
Melinda Higley presents another piece in the puzzle of tropical Pacific climate variability over the last millennium