Reactive gases like ozone are hard to preserve, but clumped isotopes and models provide clues to past ozone and suggest a global increase in wildfire at megafaunal extinction.
Associate Editor, Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology
Asian Dust Flux into Philippine Sea Increased During Miocene
A new deep sea dust record from the Philippine Sea, when added to evidence from the NW Pacific, suggests how dust may record a change in dustiness or the position of wind transport.
How Hot Was the Summer of 1783 Really? Trees Tell Tales
Volcanoes, heat waves, and tree rings – getting the seasonal story straight – a new study finds that volcanic fog lowered summer tree ring density despite the heat.
Finding the Right Words: A Common Language for Data Deposition
Discovering climate signals in the archives: how using a common language for data deposition ensures your data are found, understood and cited.