Paper showing how deep sea conditions can be affected by climate change is published in the journal ‘Paleoceanography.’ Serrato Marks is currently enrolled in a PhD program at the MIT/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute joint program.
“I used to be afraid of leeches until I tried a simple experiment which showed that they much prefer frogs,” said biology professor Nat Wheelwright. “Now I’d much rather swim in a natural pond than a sterile chlorinated pool.”
Phil Camill is part of a research team looking to unearth crucial evidence that could help us understand how fast climate change could progress in the future. The clues could be in the peatlands of northern Canada, formed thousands of years ago.