Rising global temperatures and warming ocean waters are causing one of the world’s coldest places to melt.

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A virtual one-day Forensic Geoscience and Geophysics Geological Society Conference on 2nd December 2020

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The Applied & Environmental Geophysics team in GGE (led by Drs Jamie Pringle and Ian Stimpson), ably supported by the Technical Team, are again co-running, with RSK Geophysics Ltd., their NERC-funded Geophysics for environmental scientists, but virtually at Keele University (19th January - 9th March 2021).

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New paper that brings together recent research across the geoscience on the role of Antarctica in past, present and future climate change from an international team including Prof Chris Fogwill in the journal Reviews of Geophysics

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Dr Sharon George from Keele's School of Geography, Geology and the Environment writes for The Conversation

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Keele World Affairs - Forthcoming Speakers

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New research has unveiled extraordinary insights into a forgotten band of secret fighters created to slow down potential invaders on British soil during World War Two.

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A new composite material made up of natural wood and plastic has been highlighted as a possible strategy for combating plastic pollution in new research co-authored by a Keele scientist.

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Dr Jamie Pringle and Dr Kristopher Wisniewski write for The Conversation.

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Dr Adam Moolna features on The Conversation Africa's podcast, Pasha

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On the evening of Saturday July 25, the MV (Merchant Vessel) Wakashio grounded on coral reefs in the south-east of the Indian Ocean tropical island of Mauritius.

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With a single dog being sold for as much as £7,500, a dognapping crime wave has swept the country since the start of lockdown. It is a revealing insight into 2020’s great canine obsession

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Keele University has been awarded a prestigious Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE) from Advance HE, recognising the outstanding work of the Education for Sustainability Team.

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Keele has provided 18 Nuffield Foundation Virtual Summer Studentships for Regional 6th Formers lasting a month, with Dr Jamie Pringle, Professor David Furness, Dr Johannes Reynisson and George Peat supervising.

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Dr Maddy Thompson and Dr Deirdre McKay write for The Conversation.

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Dr Helen Glanville, Dr Antonia Law, and Dr Alix Cage write for The Conversation UK

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Professor Chris Fogwill and Professor Chris Turney write for The Conversation UK.

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As part of the SEND project at Keele University, this is an exciting opportunity to undertake a paid three-month project and is suitable for a graduate studying at Keele University. This opportunity is open to both UK and International researchers.

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A Keele University lecturer campaigning for a new law governing pet thefts has presented his petition to a Parliamentary committee, which has now recommended that the law be changed.

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A new study led by Keele University has highlighted the crucial role that sea ice across the Southern Ocean played in controlling atmospheric carbon dioxide levels during times of past climate change, and could provide a critical resource for developing future climate change models.

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Keele University is to host its first virtual open day of 2020 on Saturday 20 June, giving prospective students the opportunity to tour the University from the comfort of their own home.

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Little is known about the ecological implications of high-magnitude, low frequency jökulhlaup events in proglacial systems. This study highlights how kettle lakes produced by jökulhlaups in proglacial areas create short-lived ecosystems. and increase biodiversity.

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More than 10 years of data collected by Keele University experts will help forensic teams find missing people, solve cold cases, and prosecute murderers by optimising their investigation techniques.

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Research carried out by scientists at Keele University, the University of Manchester and University College Dublin has shed new light on how precious metals - over ten times rarer than gold - are concentrated in igneous rocks.

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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) from Keele’s research and teaching laboratories has been made available to the frontline NHS workers who are responding to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Professor Clare Holdsworth writes for The Conversation UK.

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New research at Keele University has revealed the impact of climate on glacier erosion rates and the significant connections between climate change, glacier behaviour, and the formation of landscapes.

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Researchers have warned that increasing ocean temperatures could trigger a dramatic rise in sea levels, after uncovering evidence of a similar event more than 100,000 years ago.

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Professor Chris Fogwill, Keele University; Professor Chris Turney, UNSW, and Zoë Thomas, UNSW write for The Conversation UK.

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A Keele professor has been working with a Staffordshire local authority to train councillors on the best ways to tackle climate change.

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GGE's Louis Howell was awarded the 2019 'Oustanding Student Poster' Award at the annual British Sedimentological Research Group meeting.

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GGE PhD Student Andy Mitten has been informed that he has been awarded the prestigious "Outstanding Poster Presentation" at the annual AAPG Conference

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We are again running a NERC-funded 5-day residential 'geophysical skills development for environmental scientists' course

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KeeleGGE PhD student Charlotte Priddy of the BDRG Research Grouphas just had her 2nd research paper accepted for publication

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