Scientists use satellite data to build detailed geological picture of remote landscapes
Scientists at the University of Plymouth have been awarded access to cutting edge data captured during the TanDEM-X satellite mission in order to gain a better understanding of our planet’s geomorphology
Innovative Technologies for Safer European Coasts in a Changing Climate
Plymouth University's COAST Engineering Research Group - completed project - Innovative Technologies for Safer European Coasts in a Changing Climate
Formation and deformation of Earth and planetary materials
Plymouth University: Centre for Research in Earth Sciences (CRES). Formation and deformation of Earth and planetary materials
Climate change scientist says more must be done to meet 2-degree target
Plymouth University news: Professor Camille Parmesan, a leading climate change scientist, says that any historic agreement in Paris at the COP21 should not overshadow the need to secure greater reductions in the rate of global warming.
Climate study finds evidence of global shift in the 1980s
Plymouth University news: Scientists have discovered that a sudden 'regime shift' occurred in the 1980s as a result of anthropogenic warming and a volcanic eruption in Mexico.
Serious game is a climate solution
A University of Plymouth led initiative has been promoted internationally by Climate Action and Solutions COP21
Melting Scandinavian ice provides missing link in Europe’s final Ice Age story
Plymouth University news: Scientists in Sweden, London and Plymouth believe they have answered one of the most enduring puzzles of the last ice age, namely, the cause of a sudden cold snap 13,000 years ago.
Offering an effective route to a low carbon economy
Plymouth University news: researchers from the Fleming Policy Centre – including Dr Victoria Hurth from Plymouth University – have set out the potential of a policy framework for meeting the ambitious carbon emissions reductions targets