Welcome!

Our recent meeting in Milton Keynes in June 2019. Looking at all the data thus far and making plans for publications and future work

This new website is intended as an introduction to our work on the Plio-Pleistocene Indian monsoon, and a place where news and updates on the various projects can be collated. As publications and conference abstracts appear we will collate them here.

Our team is part of a much larger collective of international scientists affiliated with IODP Exp 353, who are working on other time slices, including the Miocene and late Pleistocene. We will link to their work from this blog to highlight the exciting work that is being produced by the broader community using the Exp. 353 cores.

Please check back to see our latest developments and news!

Published by Kate Littler

Lecturer in Geology at the Camborne School of Mines, University of Exeter, UK. Paleoclimate, paleoceanography, geochemistry.

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