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RSS ESSG meeting - Past Climates, RSS, London, Apr 30

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RSS/Environmental Statistics Study Group meeting
  Statistical modelling of climate-related environmental records

Wednesday April 30, 2003, 2pm
Royal Statistical Society, 12 Errol St, London
Tea 3:30, Meeting ends 5:00pm

One of the key research questions for climatologists, palaeo-climatologists,
quaternary geologists and archaeologists concern how climate has varied on
different time-scales over the past 15,000 years and on the synchronicity
of such changes in different parts of the environment around the world.
Improved understanding of past climate variability is important in trying
to understand how present climate is changing and may further change in the
future.

The focus for the meeting will be discussion of the statistical modelling
of periodicities, uncertainties and synchronicity of climate change and
statistical age modelling for different environmental records, to be able
to compare proxy-derived climate indicators on a common age scale.

Speakers include:
Professor John Lowe (Royal Holloway College)
Reducing uncertainty in estimates of the rate of environmental change
at the end of the last cold stage.

Dr Martin Miles (Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research, University of
Bergen.)
Time scales of variability in the Arctic climate system.

Dr Andrew Millard (Department of Archaeology University of Durham.)
Age-depth models for palaeoenvironmental records with changes in
accumulation rate.

Dr Steve Juggins (Department of Geography, University of Newcastle.)
Microfossil-based palaeoenvironmental reconstructions: progress and
problems.

All are welcome and there is no need to register.
More information on the envstat web-page (link below).

Posted by: Howard Grubb ([log in to unmask])

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