Climate: Past, Present & Future


Jesse Davenport is an American PhD student at Centre de Recherches Pétrographiques et Géochimiques in Nancy, France where he studies the impact of silicate and carbonate weathering in the Himalaya and its effects on global climate change and the carbon cycle. This is accomplished by combining radiogenic and stable isotopic techniques as well as a bit of modelling. In his free time he enjoys running, rock climbing and a number of other outdoors activities as well as making all different types of music.

A Climate Modeling Workshop in the South of France!

Climate and its effects on the past, present and future of the human race is a heated, topic of debate these days. There are many competing interests at stake from governments and politicians to the big oil and energy companies of the world to the scientists trying to work on climate change problems to the people of the world most acutely affected by these changes on the Earth we live. Thus, I thi ...[Read More]