Marine insights into the mid-Pleistocene climate transition and its lasting tectonic impact

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Speaker: Dr. John Jaeger

Affiliation: University of Florida

Seminar Title: Marine insights into the mid-Pleistocene climate transition and its lasting tectonic impact

When: Sept. 17, 2015 3:30pm EST

Where: MSL Conference Room (134)

Host: Amelia Shevenell

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Past and future climate change in the Horn of Africa

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Speaker: Dr. Jessica Tierney

Affiliation: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute

Seminar Title: Past and future climate change in the Horn of Africa.

When: Apr. 3, 2015 3:30pm EST

Where: MSL Conference Room (134)

Host: Julie Richie (USGS), Amelia Shevenell (USFCMS)

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Amelia Shevenell, big ideas and big risks

ST. PETERSBURG, FL - Amelia Shevenell from the University of South Florida specializes in big ideas about paleoceanography and the Antarctic Ice Sheet. She’s also keen to push the methodological envelope, which can be risky if things go pear shaped.

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Two CMS researchers to participate on IODP Expedition 374 to the Ross Sea, Antarctica

ST. PETERSBURG, FL - CMS Ph.D student Imogen Browne and CMS Assistant Professor Amelia Shevenell have been selected to sail on International Ocean Discovery Program Expedition 374 to the Ross Sea, Antarctica in early 2018. The two month expedition will drill sites in the Ross Sea that will enable a better understanding of the evolution of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet over the last 20 million years. Reconstructing ice sheet response during past warm climates is critical for modeling and predicting future ice sheet response and global sea level rise. This expedition was first proposed by Shevenell and her collaborators in 2012, following a workshop at USF CMS. Both Browne and Shevenell will sail as two of the ten Americans in the 35 member international science party.

The two month expedition aboard the D/V Joides Resolution, will leave from Wellington, New Zealand in January of 2018. Browne will sail as a Physical Properties specialist and Shevenell will lead a team of eight Sedimentologists. Post cruise, the two will conduct geochemical analyses of the recovered sediments to understand the role of ocean temperatures in West Antarctic Ice Sheet evolution