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Earth Sciences - Environment - 11.03.2015
Epoch-defining study pinpoints when humans came to dominate planet Earth
Epoch-defining study pinpoints when humans came to dominate planet Earth
The human-dominated geological epoch known as the Anthropocene probably began around the year 1610, with an unusual drop in atmospheric carbon dioxide and the irreversible exchange of species between the New and Old Worlds, according to new research .

Earth Sciences - Health - 04.03.2015
Podcast: LKCMedicine, Ebola, and the dinosaurs' demise
Podcast: LKCMedicine, Ebola, and the dinosaurs’ demise
An update from LKCMedicine, an Ebola doctor's story and new research on how the dinosaurs were wiped out.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 04.03.2015
Lichen to thrill as rare Golden-eye is discovered in South Wales
A rare, bright yellow lichen, which until recently was believed to be extinct in the UK, has been found by University of Bristol postgraduate students during a recent field trip to South Wales.

Life Sciences - Earth Sciences - 03.03.2015
Strange Creatures put on display at UCL
Strange Creatures put on display at UCL

Administration - Earth Sciences - 27.02.2015
Lapworth redevelopment gathers pace with latest grant announcement

Life Sciences - Earth Sciences - 25.02.2015
Conservationist aims to help seabirds and sea turtles with new fellowship
Conservationist aims to help seabirds and sea turtles with new fellowship
An Imperial scientist has received a prestigious fellowship to reduce the number of marine species being harmed accidentally by commercial fishing.

Earth Sciences - Economics - 23.02.2015
UCL announces partnership to enable new insights in the study of sedimentary geology
UCL announces partnership to enable new insights in the study of sedimentary geology
A collaboration between UCL's Department of Earth Sciences, Rocktype Limited, and FEI will potentially enable faster and more efficient processing of large data sets in the study of sedimentary geology.

Earth Sciences - Environment - 16.02.2015
Drilling back through time in the Bay of Bengal
A Lancaster University environmental scientist is taking part in a massive international research effort drilling for environmental clues buried deep beneath the Indian Ocean.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 12.02.2015
Estimating flood behaviour on a global scale
Characterising flood behaviour for any river in the world is now becoming a possibility, according to new research from the University of Bristol published this month in Water Resources Research. The study, which deals with the difficulty of estimating flooding risk in data-poor areas, finds that it is now possible to make accurate predictions using only remotely sensed data.

Earth Sciences - 03.02.2015
The grandest views: exploring a unique Victorian 3-D model of the Lakes
A unique 'mathematically accurate' 3-D model of the Lake District which would have offered Victorian tourists their first bird's eye view of the region is being explored as part of a University of Nottingham research project.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 29.01.2015
Biscuits help resolve climate change controversy
New analysis of seafloor sediments has provided scientists with direct evidence of dramatic natural changes in oceanic, atmospheric, climatic and ecological conditions, resolving long-standing controversy around climate change. Around 56 million years ago a large amount of carbon dioxide was added, by natural means, to the atmosphere.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 28.01.2015
Join in the debate about shale gas
The University of Nottingham is giving people the chance to get involved with the controversial debate surrounding 'fracking' by offering a free online course on shale gas.

Earth Sciences - 15.01.2015
UK’s first independent research to monitor fracking
Two University of Bristol academics are part of a UK consortium, led by the British Geological Survey (BGS), which will carry out research at two proposed hydraulic fracturing ('fracking') sites in Lancashire.

Earth Sciences - Environment - 15.01.2015
Researchers to monitor fracking in UK

Earth Sciences - Environment - 15.01.2015
What happens to rivers after earthquakes?
What happens to rivers after earthquakes?
We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. You can change your cookie settings at any time. Otherwise, we'll assume you're OK to continue. What happens to rivers after earthquakes? Large earthquakes can cause huge devastation in mountains by triggering landslides. But what happens to the rocks, mud and sand when the shaking stops? New research by the Department of Geography answers this question as Dr Bob Hilton explains.

Life Sciences - Earth Sciences - 15.01.2015
Cretaceous carnivore arrives at Queen Mary University of London

Architecture - Earth Sciences - 06.01.2015
Restoration plans for Stanmer Park receive Lottery boost
Restoration plans for Stanmer Park receive Lottery boost

Earth Sciences - Computer Science - 22.12.2014
New Dean for Science and Technology

Earth Sciences - Life Sciences - 19.12.2014
New bursaries to boost women in science
New bursaries to boost women in science
Imperial has launched an exciting new bursary scheme for women scientists thanks to the legacy of pioneering alumnus Dr Greta Stevenson.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 18.12.2014
Unique forest experiment given the green light
A major new decade-long experiment to study the impact of climate and environmental change on woodlands took a step closer to reality this week as planning permission was granted by Stafford Borough Council to the University of Birmingham. The Birmingham Institute of Forest Research (BIFoR) field facility, which has been made possible thanks to a transformational £15 million donation to the University, will be created in Mill Haft Wood in Norbury, Staffordshire.

Earth Sciences - 17.12.2014
North Atlantic signalled Ice Age thaw 1,000 years before it happened
North Atlantic signalled Ice Age thaw 1,000 years before it happened
The Atlantic Ocean at mid-depths may have given out early warning signals, 1,000 years in advance, that the last Ice Age was going to end. Scientists had previously known that at the end of the last Ice Age, around 14,700 years ago, major changes occurred to the Atlantic Ocean in a period known as the Bolling-Allerod interval.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 16.12.2014
Most carbon-dense ecosystem in Amazonia mapped for first time
The highest concentration of carbon in parts of Amazonia is not stored in trees, but below the ground as peat, according to new University of Leeds research. Mapping and quantifying carbon stored in the largest area of peatland forest in Amazonia, a geological basin almost the size of England, the researchers estimated that more than three billion tonnes of carbon is stored within this ecosystem.

Earth Sciences - Astronomy / Space - 15.12.2014
Scientists observe the Earth grow a new layer under an Icelandic volcano
New research into an Icelandic eruption has shed light on how the Earth's crust forms, according to a paper published today in Nature. When the Bįršarbunga volcano, which is buried beneath Iceland’s Vatnajökull ice cap, reawakened in August 2014, scientists had a rare opportunity to monitor how the magma flowed through cracks in the rock away from the volcano.

Earth Sciences - Astronomy / Space - 10.12.2014
Large lakes prevalent in ancient Mars' history
Large lakes prevalent in ancient Mars’ history
Curiosity rover reveals the role played by large lakes in forming Martian mountain. In 2012, NASA landed a robotic vehicle called Curiosity on Mars, in a crater 96 miles in diameter, dubbed Gale Crater. The vehicle has since been driving around and gathering data that is helping researchers to learn more about Mars' past habitability.

Earth Sciences - Environment - 05.12.2014
EPICentre release new Japan Tsunami model with Willis Re & Tohoku University
Researchers at the EPICentre Research Group, a multidisciplinary research group based in UCL Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering (CEGE) that investigates risk to society and infrastructur

Administration - Earth Sciences - 03.12.2014
“Clearer picture needed if UK intends to develop its shale gas resource”
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Environment - Earth Sciences - 01.12.2014
Scientist presents coral reef research at TEDx Brussels
Press release issued: 1 December 2014 University of Bristol scientist, Dr Laura Robinson is one of five European Research Council (ERC) grantees who have been invited to speak at TEDx Brussels today [1 December].

Environment - Earth Sciences - 21.11.2014
Laser scanning accurately 'weighs' trees
Laser scanning accurately ’weighs’ trees

Health - Earth Sciences - 20.11.2014
Staying ahead of the game: Pre-empting flu evolution may make for better vaccines
An international team of researchers has shown that it may be possible to improve the effectiveness of the seasonal flu vaccine by 'pre-empting' the evolution of the influenza virus.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 19.11.2014
Calcium loss turning lakes to ’jelly’

Earth Sciences - 12.11.2014
Manchester academic contributes to new UK Energy Research Centre research on gas
Our structure (research) Impact of our research Postgraduate research 12 Nov 2014 Major new piece of research outlines the role gas will play as a 'bridging fuel' to a low-carbon economy, but warns that it won't be long before gas becomes part of the problem rather than the solution.

Earth Sciences - Economics - 11.11.2014
Gas can be a bridge to a low carbon future, new research says
We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. You can change your cookie settings at any time. Otherwise, we'll assume you're OK to continue. Gas can be a bridge to a low carbon future, new research says Gas could play an important role as a 'bridging fuel' to a low carbon economy, according to new research co-authored by Durham University.

Earth Sciences - 11.11.2014
Energy engineers call for new regulatory framework for fracking
Leading energy engineers are suggesting that UK regulations on the surface vibrations caused by shale gas fracking are unnecessarily restrictive.

Astronomy / Space - Earth Sciences - 07.11.2014
Researchers observe comet flyby effects on Martian atmosphere
A "once-in-a-lifetime" chance to watch a comet flying close to Mars gave a unique insight into the effect of such a near miss on a planet's atmosphere, according to a University of Leeds academic. Professor John Plane, a member of the Atmospheric and Planetary Chemistry group in the University's Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences , collaborated in the analysis and interpretation of observations made with NASA's Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) spacecraft of Comet C/2013 A1 Siding Spring’s flyby on October 19.

Earth Sciences - Life Sciences - 03.11.2014
Modern technology restores ancient dinosaur fossil
Press release issued: 3 November 2014 A rare dinosaur fossil has been restored by an international team of scientists, led by Dr Stephan Lautenschlager from the University of Bristol, using high-resolution X-ray computed tomography (CT scanning) and digital visualisation techniques.

Earth Sciences - Social Sciences - 03.11.2014
Engineers develop an early warning system to make fracking safer
PA 281/14 New technology developed by researchers at The University of Nottingham could offer an early warning system to signpost any potential risks to land stability associated with fracking.

History / Archeology - Earth Sciences - 29.10.2014
Lessons and legacies of the Holocaust
29 October 2014 Books by Bristol historians Professor Tim Cole and Dr Joanna Beata Michlic will be the two featured books under discussion at the biannual Lessons and Legacies conference - the most i

Environment - Earth Sciences - 23.10.2014
How ferns adapted to one of Earth’s most extreme environments
Press release issued: 23 October 2014 How ferns adapted to the extreme environmental conditions found in the high Andean mountains of South America is the focus of new research by the Universities of Bristol and Sheffield, published today in PLOS ONE. Ferns are believed to be 'old' plant species - some of them lived alongside the dinosaurs, over 200 million years ago.

Earth Sciences - Physics - 22.10.2014
And now, the volcano forecast
Scientists are using volcanic gases to understand how volcanoes work, and as the basis of a hazard-warning forecast system.

Earth Sciences - Environment - 16.10.2014
New course to create next generation Geoscientists

Earth Sciences - Physics - 16.10.2014
£150,000 to research impacts of volcanic ash on UK nuclear sites
Press release issued: 16 October 2014 The likelihood and potential impacts of volcanic ash on nuclear generating sites in the UK will be investigated by researchers from the University of Bristol in

Earth Sciences - 15.10.2014
Collapsible wings help birds cope with turbulence
Collapsible wings may be a bird's answer to turbulence according to an Oxford University study in which an eagle carried its own 'black box' flight recorder on its back. Researchers set out to examine how soaring birds such as eagles, vultures, and kites, are able to fly in 'gusty' turbulent flight conditions that would keep a light aircraft grounded.

Earth Sciences - Life Sciences - 08.10.2014
How dinosaurs divided their meals at the Jurassic dinner table
Press release issued: 8 October 2014 How the largest animals to have ever walked the Earth fed, and how this allowed them to live alongside one another in prehistoric ecosystems is the subject of new research from the University of Bristol and the Natural History Museum, London. The sauropods - large, long-necked plant-eating dinosaurs such as Diplodocus and Brachiosaurus - dominated the land between 210 and 65 million years ago.

Earth Sciences - 06.10.2014
Luck and lava
A team of researchers from Cambridge's Department of Earth Sciences have recently returned from Iceland where, thanks to a bit of luck, they have gathered the most extensive dataset ever from a volcan

Earth Sciences - History / Archeology - 06.10.2014
Postcard: Stephen Hicks on the Pacific Ocean
Stephen Hicks, a PhD student in the School of Environmental Sciences , is part of a scientific team currently on a three-week research cruise in the Pacific Ocean to understand earthquake hazard along the western coast of the United States.

Economics - Earth Sciences - 03.10.2014
Why a disaster may not be disastrous
Research shows that the behaviour of business leaders could be directly linked to their experiences in childhood.

Earth Sciences - Mechanical Engineering - 26.09.2014
Novel UAV technology for atmospheric research
Press release issued: 26 September 2014 A team of scientists and engineers sampling greenhouse gases in the remote South Atlantic have pushed the boundaries of what's possible with lightweight fully autonomous UAV (unmanned aerial vehicles) by flying octocopters at altitudes of up to 9,000ft.

Earth Sciences - 25.09.2014
Scientists advise on new Royal Society journal
25 September 2014 Three Bristol academics are serving on the editorial boards of a new, groundbreaking journal published by the Royal Society.

Chemistry - Earth Sciences - 25.09.2014
Flying fish - from Africa to the Amazon
Scientists have uncovered the natural fertiliser contained within Saharan dust that plays an important role in the health of the Amazon rainforest when it is blown across the Atlantic: fish bone. The research, involving researchers from the University of Leeds, Birkbeck, University of London, and the Diamond Light Source, is published on 25 September 2014 in the print edition of the journal Chemical Geology .

Earth Sciences - Environment - 19.09.2014
First eyewitness accounts of mystery volcanic eruption
Press release issued: 19 September 2014 New light has been shed on one of the biggest volcanic eruptions in the last 500 years - the so-called 'Unknown eruption' - thanks to an unusual collaboration between a historian and a team of earth scientists at the University of Bristol.
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