Gina Moseley was one of the recipients of this year´s science award of the City of Innsbruck. Congratulations!
We welcome Haiwei Zhang, assistant professor at the Institute of Global Environmental Change, Xi'an Jiaotong University, who will be our guest for one year.
A new study highlights the details of long-term climate change in the core area of the Asian continent, derived from cave carbonates.
Organised by small team led by Gina Moseley 30 students, early career and senior scientists from our University discussed interdisciplinary approaches in climate change.
Three members of our group participated in a new study of North Africa rainfall for the last glacial period, the first of its kind from this part of the world obtained from speleothems.
Luke Gliganic was awarded a Lise-Meitner grant to continue his work on dating archaeological surfaces using optically stimulated luminescence in our group.
Marc Luetscher completed an intensive field season searching for traces of palaeo-permafrost preserved in high-Alpine karst systems.
We participated in a recent expedition into a deep cave in the Dolomites hosting probably the largest underground glacier in this mountain range.
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