Speaker: Salim Masoumi (RSES)
The delay in GPS signals caused by the presence of atmospheric water vapour molecules is widely used to monitor temporal and spatial changes of the troposphere using permanent g
Speaker: Prof. Malcolm Sambridge
The concept of zero, sparsity, emptiness, or nothing has a long history in the development of civilizations, and our understanding of the world about us.
With a long and complex deformational history since the initiation of the collision between India and Eurasia in the early Cenozoic, the Himalaya has undergone multiple deformat
Speaker: Dr Adele Morrison (RSES)
Global deep waters (below 2000 m) upwell back to the sea surface overwhelmingly in the Southern Ocean.
Speaker: Alice Barthel (RSES/UNSW)
In the Southern Ocean surrounding Antarctica, strong ocean currents interact with underwater topographic features.