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Mr James Kershaw

Mr James Kershaw

Mr James Kershaw


Area of research

The Geochemistry of Stylasterid Corals

School of Earth Sciences,
Wills Memorial Building, Queens Road BS8 1RJ
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Research summary

Past changes in earth's climatic state act as "natural experiments", the study of which can aid our understanding of earth system processes and act to constrain models which are used to predict the future evolution of earth's climate. Understanding of how the oceans changed during these periods is of particular importance, since the global oceans play a crucial role in the storage and distribution of heat, carbon and nutrients around the planet.

The chemistry of deep sea corals has been shown to vary with various oceanographic parameters (e.g. temperature, salinity, DIC content), motivating their use as a ...

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Geochemistry (PhD) - Calcification mechanisms and palaeoceanographic utility of Stylasterid corals

Natural Sciences (MSci) - University of Cambridge - First Class [Thesis - Deep Ocean Temperatures During Heinrich Stadial 5: A Multi-proxy Approach, Dissertation - The Geology of the Northwestern Kranea Basin]

Summer Student Fellow - Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 



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