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Mr Richard Smith BA, MSci

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Mr Richard Smith is Postgraduate research student within Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre Southampton at the University of Southampton.

2009-13: BA, MSci Natural Sciences, University of Cambridge

Master's dissertation project: “Mg/Ca variability of planktonic foraminifera G. ruber from a sediment trap off Bermuda”. Laser Ablation ICP-MS was used to investigate Mg/Ca varaibility between single foraminifera.
Supervisors: Aleksey Sadekov, Harry Elderfield

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Studying Earth's climate over the last 65 million years gives us crucial insights into how the climate behaves under different conditions to the present. From rapid warming events to long-term planetary cooling, climate has undergone many subtle and dramatic changes over the Cenozoic. I am working with newly drilled sediment cores from Newfoundland (IODP Expedition 342) to improve our understanding of Cenozoic climate, using a variety of geological and geochemical techniques.

MPhil/PhD title: Trends, rhythms and transients in ocean acidification, climate and glaciation during the Eocene greenhouse and Oligocene icehouse

Supervisors

Prof. Paul Wilson
Dr Steve Bohaty

Research group(s)

Palaeoceanography and Palaeoclimate

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Mr Richard Smith
Student Office, Room 166/09 University of Southampton Waterfront Campus National Oceanography Centre European Way Southampton SO14 3ZH
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