Prof Margareta E Hansson



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Beyond EPICA - Oldest Ice
01/10/2016 - 30/09/2019

To better constrain the response of Earth’s climate system to continuing emissions, it is essential to turn to the past. A key advance would be to understand the transition in Earth’s climate response to changes in orbital forcing during the 'mid-Pleistocene transition' (900 t...


Sulphur isotope studies of the atmospheric aerosol at present and in the past for predicting future climate change - understanding climate regulating processes
01/01/2010 - 31/12/2012
This proposal concern funding for novel sulphur isotope studies (by MC-ICP-MS) of recent precipitation collected in Polar areas, of frost flowers formed on sea ice and on former precipitation retrieved through deep ice core drilling. The aim is to understand climate regulation pr...

A national contribution (a member fee) to the international deep ice core drilling project NEEM on Greenland - producing an ice core for unique climate studies
01/01/2008 - 31/12/2011
Sweden has a unique opportunity to participate in a new international deep ice core drilling in Northwest Greenland, the NEEM project, starting during IPY. The name NEEM stands for a new attempt to retrieve ice from the last interglacial period Eem 115.000 to 130.000 years ago. E...

Productivity changes influencing ocean-atmosphere carbon fluxes
01/01/2007 - 31/12/2009
Reduced iron-fertilization due to reduced deposition of dust might be the initial driving mechanism for the atmospheric CO2 increase at glacial terminations. This we could show in a study published in Nature (Wolff et al 2006). I want to expand the study of processes influenc...

Enhanced palaeoreconstruction and integrated climate analysis through marine and ice core studies
01/12/2004 - 30/11/2007
The objective of the Specific Targeted Research Project EPICA-MIS is to produce palaeoreconstructions and integrated climate analysis through marine and ice core studies. It will contribute to the development of novel palaeoreconstruction methods by providing unique paleorecords ...


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