Zinc, Isotopes and Ocean Sediment: What’s the Link to Earth’s Future Climate?

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Matthew Druce
Ruth Napper


During the Earth’s history, similar periods of rapid climate change have taken place and are recorded in ocean sediments that archive these analogous time periods. In a circular way, the oceans can provide a means for us to resolve the uncertainties surrounding the Earth’s future.

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Matthew Druce, Chemistry Department, University of Otago.

Matt Druce is a PhD candidate in the Chemistry Department, University of Otago.

Ruth Napper

Ruth Napper is an artist and maker of contemporary jewellery.