Climate: Past, Present & Future


Welcome to the new version of the blog of the Climate: Past, Present and Future (CL) Division of the European Geosciences Union (EGU). The CL division covers all aspects of the ocean-climate-atmospheric systems, encompassing multiple, over-lapping and complementary disciplines, from the state of the current climate to modelled predictions of future climatic scenarios, and the reconstruction of past climatic changes.

The blog is now edited by Célia Julia Sapart with the help of Jennifer Stanford and Kathryn Adamson who are all active members of the Climate Division of the European Geosciences Union (EGU) lead by Professor Thomas Blunier (a world-leading expert in ice-core research).  Many of the scientists who actively contribute to the Climate Division: Past, Present and Future programme also have involvement in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). The Climate Division not only hosts the peer-reviewed, international, open access journal, Climate of the Past, but it also promotes and disseminates climate science through wider outreach activities.
A long article as well as “proxy of the month” post will be published each month on that blog, so do not hesitate to contact us if you wish to advertise your research or write about a subject of your interest that falls in the theme of the CL division.

Banner image: Suguta showers by Annett Junginger; Image source: Imaggeo

The opinions expressed in the blog of the Division on Climate: Past, Present & Future are those of the authors, whose views may differ from those of the European Geosciences Union.


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