Open Access Research: Broadening Your Impact
2013 Fellow Meredith Niles tells how open access works and provides resources to assist scientists and researchers.
New research published in January reveals that vast stretches of the ocean interior abruptly lost oxygen during the transition out of the last ice age that occurred 17,000–10,000 years ago. This event was the most recent example of large-scale global warming, and was caused primarily by changes in Earth’s orbit around the sun. Past climate events provide informative case studies for understanding what is currently happening to the modern climate system, says 2013 Fellow Sarah Moffitt.
Our networking call series is intended to provide an open forum for Fellows to connect with each other on topics that directly inform your work.