Teaming up with experts from the Mining Institutes of the Russian Academy of Sciences Yuri Dublyansky and Paul Töchterle completed field work in the Ural Mountains.
After four years of preparation this 752-page volume was recently published, the first of its kind on caves and karst in Austria.
10 ka ago, a huge ice sheet melted in North America, in the same way that the ice in Greenland is melting today. Its meltwater had a massive impact on the climate in Europe and NW Africa.
In this collaborative study we examined laminated travertine carbonates which preserve annually resolved climate and hydrology information covering the complete reign of Emperor Nero.
An international team presented a unique long-term record of Asian summer monsoon variability based on speleothems which allows to address some fundamental issues about the climate system.
A joint team from the GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam and the University of Innsbruck completed a challenging coring campaign on Lake Hallstatt.
The third scientific expedition onto the Tibetan plateau led by Michael Meyer was recently successfully completed.
Strong turn-out for our group at EGU 2016.
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