Dr. Frank Lamy
Deputy section head "Marine Geology"
Speaker T3_WP 1 “Circumpolar climate variability and global teleconnections at seasonal to orbital time scales“
Atmosphere-ocean interactions on orbital to tectonic time-scales in the Neogene focusing on Pacific Southern Ocean records (e.g. dust, paleoproductivity, SST).
Southern Hemisphere millennial-scale climate and ocean variability and its significance for interhemispheric climate linkages during the last glacial (Chilean margin/Drake Passage, Pacific Southern Ocean, SW Pacific off New Zealand).
Holocene climate and ocean variability at highest possible resolution based on sediment archives from the Northern (Mediterranean Sea) and Southern Hemisphere (off South America, Southern Ocean).
PACES II 3: The earth system from a polar perspective: Data, modelling and synthesis
PACES II 3.1: Circumpolar climate variability and global teleconnections at seasonal to orbital time scales
PACES II 3.2: Earth system on tectonic time scales: From greenhouse to icehouse world