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  1. SEES Seminar: Secular evolution of mass transfer from mantle to crust - insights from anorthosites

    SEES Seminar: Secular evolution of mass transfer from mantle to crust - insights from anorthosites

    Speaker: Dr Grant Bybee (University of the Witwatersrand)

    To join, contact Maria Castillo Alvarez (mcca1@st-andrews.ac.uk).

  2. SEES Seminar: Lava & Steam - Water evolution in the early phases of rocky (exo-)planets

    SEES Seminar: Lava & Steam - Water evolution in the early phases of rocky (exo-)planets

    Dr Ludmila Carone (Max-Planck-Institut für Astronomie)

    To join, contact Maria Castillo Alvarez (mcca1@st-andrews.ac.uk)

  3. SEES Seminar: Using Machine Learning to Detect Pollution Plumes from Space

    SEES Seminar: Using Machine Learning to Detect Pollution Plumes from Space

    Douglas Finch (University of Edinburgh)

    Keeping an up-to-date and accurate global database of the volume and source of atmospheric pollutants is key in achieving air quality and climate goals set out...

  4. SEES Seminar: Prof. John Higgins (Princeton University)

    SEES Seminar: Prof. John Higgins (Princeton University)

    Title: The history of the global carbon cycle as recorded by the chemical composition of shallow-water marine carbonate sediments

    Summary: Shallow-water carbonate sediments are one of the most important geologic sinks of CO2 emitted from Earth's interior and a widely used archive of...

  5. The Challenges facing 21st Century Critical Metals: from Mantle to Mine to Magnet

    The Challenges facing 21st Century Critical Metals: from Mantle to Mine to Magnet

    STACEES Research Seminar - Professor Adrian Finch (School of Earth & Environmental Sciences)

    With COP26 just completed, many countries around the globe have made commitments to decarbonise their economies. The route chosen usually involves the use of...

  6. Eco-anxiety Café

    Eco-anxiety Café

    This a thinking and feeling space where you can freely talk about your worries about climate change. Students, staff and community members are all welcome.

  7. Eco-anxiety Café

    Eco-anxiety Café

    This a thinking and feeling space where you can freely talk about your worries about climate change. Students, staff and community members are all welcome.

  8. Serendipity and Arboreal Happiness
    Limited access

    Serendipity and Arboreal Happiness

    Inaugural Lecture by Professor Rob Wilson, School of Earth & Environmental Sciences

    In 1970, the year Professor Rob Wilson was born, atmospheric CO2 levels were 326 ppm -- only ca. 40 ppm above pre-industrial natural levels. Now we are at...

  9. Communicating Climate through Arts

    Communicating Climate through Arts

    STACEES Research Seminar - 'The act of Musicalizing in Tanzania' & 'Film Poetry as a Tool for Ecological Empathy'

    Claudia Lubao (PhD candidate, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences) will present 'The act of Musicalizing in Tanzania', which focuses on how...

  10. Climate Change and Climate Enigmas

    Climate Change and Climate Enigmas

    Do we understand climate or don't we?

    Climate change is an old problem. A few sceptics still maintain that it is clouded in uncertainty, while others say the science is settled or that we can now...

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