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INQUA IFG 1608F Southern Hemisphere Assessment of Palaeo-Environments (SHAPE)

SHAPE is supporting international research collaborations aimed at investigating past environmental variability and change for Southern Hemisphere terrestrial, ocean and cryosphere regions using and integrating proxy data with model simulations.


Brian Chase

Institut Des Sciences De L'Evolution-Montpellier, UMR 5554, Centre National De La Recherche Scientifique, Université De Montpellier, Bat.22, CC061, Place Eugène Bataillon, 34095 Montpellier

Brian.Chase@umontpellier.fr

Andrew Lorrey

National Institute Of Water And Atmospheric Research, Auckland, New Zealand

andrew.lorrey@niwa.co.nz

Steven Phipps

Climate Change Research Centre (CCRC) UNSW Australia, Sydney NSW 2052 Australia, University Of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

s.phipps@unsw.edu.au

Maisa Rojas

Department Of Geophysics, Blanco Encalada 2002, Floor 4. Santiago, Chile, University Of Chile, Santiago, Chile

maisa@dgf.uchile.cl


Four Projects are currently part of the SHAPE IFG:

Project 1609P : Palaeolakes of the Arid Southern Hemisphere (PotASH)

Project 1609P details

Project 1610P : Southern Westerlies' Evolution in Environments of the Past (SWEEP)

Project 1610P details

Project 1611P : The Last Glacial Maximum in the Southern Hemisphere (SHeMax)

Project 1611P details

Project 1704P : PALAEO-SPCZ-Vanuatu

Project 1704P details