Monthly Archives: June 2014
Water Wednesday: Unconventional Gas seminar presentations now online.
The presentations from the Water Wednesday on June 18 are now online. The seminar was presented by The Water Research Centre in conjunction with SA Branch of the Australian Water Association and showcased presentations from Professor Martin Kennedy, Mr Colin Cruickshank and Prof Craig Simmons. Professor Martin Kennedy from the Environment gave a presentation entitled […]
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New clues to evolution dug up from world’s largest human fossil collection
The Sima de los Huesos (pit of bones) is a cave in northern Spain from which 6500 human fossils from at least 28 individuals have been recovered to date. Analysis of skulls from the earliest humans with Neandertal-like features reassigned the age of the fossils to about 430 000 years ago. Dr Lee Arnold, from […]
Warming and ice melt on the Antarctic Peninsula – Dr Nerilie Abram Presentation now online
The presentation by Dr Nerilie Abram (ANU), entitled: “Warming and ice melt on the Antarctic Peninsula” presented by the Sprigg Geobiology Centre is now online. Abstract The Antarctic Peninsula has warmed faster than any other region of the southern hemisphere over the past 50 years. But the short observational records of Antarctic climate don’t allow […]
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