Distinguished Lecture Tour 2014

Distinguished Lecturer

Dr. Rachael James, University of Southampton, United Kingdom

Rachael’s research focuses on the development and application of chemical and isotopic techniques to improve our understanding of earth and planetary processes- both now and in the past. Find out more.

Read an account of Rachael’s tour.

Lectures

  • Lecture 1: Weathering, ocean chemistry and climate change: New insights from non-traditional metal stable isotopes
  • Lecture 2: Linkages between methane release from Arctic shelf sediments and climate change
  • Lecture 3: Monitoring and impacts of leakage from sub-seafloor CO2 storage sites

View lecture abstracts

Video of the lecture: Weathering, ocean chemistry and climate change: New insights from non-traditional metal stable isotopes
Recorded at Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Tour information

Date Institution Location Lecture
Monday 10 Nov at 9:30 Charles University
(PřF UK, Albertov 6, ground floor)
Prague, Czech Republic Lecture 1
Monday 24 Nov at 10:00 Institute of Biology, Romanian Academy Bucharest, Romania Lectures 2 and 3
Wednesday 26 Nov at 15:00 Faculty of Environmental Science and Engineering, Babes-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca, Romania Lectures 1 and 2
Friday 28 Nov at 10:00 Faculty of Geology and Geography, Sofia University Sofia, Bulgaria Lecture 1

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