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A new study of the Amazon River basin shows lowland rivers that carry large volumes of sediment meander more across floodplains and create more oxbow lakes than rivers that carry less sediment.
Small fluctuations in the sizes of ice sheets during the last ice age were enough to trigger abrupt climate change, scientists have found.
Sun’s energy influences 1,000 years of natural climate variability in North Atlantic
Podcasts get to grips with the science behind climate change
Alliance pledges a further fifty multidisciplinary studentships
Cardiff University researchers star in CBBC series exploring the human body
One of today’s greatest natural historians has delivered this year’s Hadyn Ellis Distinguished Lecture.
Cardiff University and Penderyn collaborate on geoenvironmental survey
Origins of human culture linked to rapid climate change
New clues to past rapid climate change
Professor John Parkes joins distinguished list of scientists
A new book looking at Barry’s industrial history
Research explores 12,000 year fossil record
Cardiff scientist helps uncover collision evidence in Greenland
Funding secured to produce new book on the life of South Wales ship-owner
University botanists take centre stage at the National Botanic Garden of Wales
385 million year old forest unearthed in New York
Wales’ green energy drive could be ‘at risk’ hears international Cardiff conference
800,000 years of abrupt climate variability
Professor Alun Davies and Professor John Parkes elected Fellows of The Royal Society
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