Chris

Turney

Climate Change Research Centre, University of New South Wales, Australia

 

Role: Co-Leader

Research Website: Chris Turney

Jonathan

Palmer

Climate Change Research Centre, University of New South Wales, Australia

 

Role: Co-Leader

Research Website: Jonathan Palmer

Pavla

Fenwick

Gondwanaland Tree Ring Laboratory, Canterbury, New Zealand

 

Role: Tree ring analysis

Research Website: Pavla Fenwick

Alan

Hogg

Radiocarbon Dating Laboratory,

University of Waikato,

New Zealand

 

Role: 14C dating

Research Website:

Alan Hogg

Richard

Jones

Department of Geography,

University of Exeter,

UK

 

Role: Env. reconstruction

Research Website: Richard Jones

JOIN AN INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH TEAM

 

INTERESTED IN DOING A PhD ON ANCIENT KAURI?

 

We have a number of projects that will form an excellent foundation for undertaking a PhD. We will post details here in the near future.

 

Australian students are eligible to apply for an Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) while international applicants may be eligible for a number of different schemes, including an International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (IPRS).

 

If there is an aspect of ancient kauri that you are particularly excited by, do please contact us.

 

 

Recent News

We have a new paper out using ancient kauri to understand extreme and abrupt global climate change during the end of the last ice age.

 

You can read the research  in Nature Scientific Reports by clicking the link here.

Funding

We're funded by the Australian Research Council, the New Zealand Ministry for Business, Innovation and Employment, the Royal Society of New Zealand (Marsden) and the UK Natural Environment Research Council. If you would like to support our work do please contact us.