School of Ocean Sciences staff feature on BBC Radio Wales Science Cafe Programme

BBC Radio Wales' Science Cafe will feature the work of climate researchers at the School of Ocean Sciences in a half-hour programme to be broadcast next Tuesday (14th August) at 7pm.

Science Café’s presenter, Adam Walton, talks to Dr Paul Butler and Professor Chris Richardson about how their work with the shells of long-lived marine molluscs is helping scientists understand the role of marine climate in changes in the Earth's climate system over the past millennium.

This follows the recent publication of a paper in the journal Nature Communications that reported the first results of research into clams from waters off the north coast of Iceland.

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Publication date: 10 August 2012