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EEES researcher to lead £800k project to improve global climate change predictions

An EEES researcher is leading a new Natural Environmental Research Council-funded project to improve our ability to predict climate change using cutting-edge analysis of fossilised algae molecules. 

Dr Marcus Badger, Senior Lecturer in Earth Sciences in Environment, Earth and Ecosystem Sciences will be working with colleagues from the University of Birmingham will look to the Earth’s history to model how global temperatures will change within the next 100 years. The research could help scientists understand better how to tackle the climate crisis.

Select Alkenone to find out more about the project.

 

 

 

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