Warm climates of the past - a lesson for the future?
Finishes: 5.00pm on 11 October 2011
Venue: The Royal Society, London
Organised by: Dr Daniel Lunt, Professor Harry Elderfield FRS, Professor Andy Ridgwell and Professor Rich Pancost
In several periods in Earth's history, climate has been significantly warmer than present. What lessons about the future can be learnt from past warm periods? The answer depends on the quality of reconstructions of past climates, our understanding of their causes, and the validity of climate models which aim to reproduce them. This meeting will address these exciting and challenging issues.
Registration for this event is now open at http://royalsociety.org/events/warm-climates-of-the-past/