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Symposium: Welcome to the Anthropocene? Metrics of a climate changed

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14:00-14:05: Opening remarks

14:10-14:40: Phil Gibbard (U. Cambridge) The Anthropocene; a formal stratigraphical unit, an informal concept, or an interval of Holocene time?

14:40-15:10: Dominic Hodgson (British Antarctic Survey, Durham U.) Southern Ocean westerly winds and the global CO2 sink

15:10-15:40: Tea break

15:40-16:10: Andrew Tanentzap (U. Cambridge) What does a greener boreal mean for the world’s freshwater ecosystems?

16:10-16:40: Dorothee Bakker (U. East Anglia) Ocean carbon observations for quantifying the ocean carbon sink and ocean acidification

16:40-17:10: Matt Rigby (U. Bristol) An atmospheric perspective on the world’s most effective, but inadvertent, climate policy

17:10-18:00: Reception

This talk is part of the Cambridge Centre for Climate Science series.

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