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Resources win Highly Commended Award

We are very pleased to announce that our Resources for teaching past climate change have been presented with a Highly Commended award at last week’s Geographical Association annual meeting.

The resources look at a range of physical processes operating in the climate system (Milankovitch cycles, the Sun, volcanic eruptions etc) and how they affected the climate of the last 2.6 million years.

Peter Gibbs presenting the Award to Chris Brierley from University College London – one of the authors who contributed to the resources.

 

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