Active Research Projects
The Paleo Hydrodynamics Data Assimilation product (PHYDA) is the first global reconstruction of hydroclimate and associated dynamical variables. It uses a novel data assimilation method and the largest multiproxy database assembled to date by combining several community-complied proxy datasets. The reconstructions, code, and proxy data were all made public upon publication and are available through the NOAA NCEI data pages and through th
A global pandemic is a good time to reflect on the reality that history is full of much more misery and strife. For example, even by the standards of Medieval Europe, when deadly wars, famines, and diseases were common, the 14th century is particularly heartbreaking. Among many notable and terrible events of that age, the Great Famine, the Hundred Years’ War and the Black Death all stand out as infamous events in one of Europe’s most miserable centuries.
A conversation on Texas Public Radio about climate change for Climate Week in Texas. The invited guests on the show were:
PaleoDynamics lab member, Arianna Varuolo-Clarke, has successfully passed her oral qualifying exam in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences. Ari passed with flying colors and presented her qualifying paper titled "Diagnosing twentieth-century past and future centennial wetting trends in Southeastern South America in observations and climate model simulations." Her work on this topic continues. Look out for a soon to be submitted paper and her 2020 Fall AGU presentation on the topic titled "Gross di