A more rigorous method for palaeoclimate reconstruction. By Mengmeng Liu

Knowledge of the past climate states is important because it can help us understand present-day problems, particularly current climate changes. Although there are no direct analogues of anthropogenic climate change in the past, the climate mechanisms are the same throughout the time1–4. However, direct measurements of climate extend back only to the 17th century5 and, … Continue reading A more rigorous method for palaeoclimate reconstruction. By Mengmeng Liu

Once upon a time in Sichuan province… —Colin’s adventures of summer 2019

In southwestern China, Sichuan province, runs the great range of the Daxue Mountains, with the tallest peak, Mount Gongga, reaching over 7,500 m a.s.l. (Fig. 1). In that mountain range, Colin and a team of scientists and students undertook a three-week long fieldwork this August. The field team consisted of Colin, Giulia Mengoli (Imperial College) … Continue reading Once upon a time in Sichuan province… —Colin’s adventures of summer 2019