Long Term Co-evolution of Life & the Planet
Throughout Earth's history there have been major reorganisations of the whole Earth system. It is known that the drivers of the changes, and the controls on the intervening periods of relative stability, involve complex feedbacks on a variety of time and space scales between global tectonic cycles, biogeochemistry and evolution which together regulate atmospheric, terrestrial and oceanic conditions.
Via a group of interdisciplinary research projects, that focus on specific periods of major physical or biological change in the geological record, this programme will investigate the long term controls on the carbon and oxygen composition of the atmosphere and ocean and the relationship to evolution and biodiversity. More about the Long Term Co-evolution of Life and the Planet programme
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