AGU 2014 – On the home straight

The Thursday at this years AGU was dominated for me in taking a look at the data I am using during my work. Methods are important and are usually the focus of my work, but it all helps nothing when you do not understand the data on which you apply them. Therefore, this day was basically about the understanding of them. So I focussed in the morning on many poster discussions on dO18 stacks and other basic palaeo-proxies. I have learned a lot and it will definitely help me to understand better my current work.

The afternoon was then divided in two parts. The first focussed on deglaciation processes and the second on GIA and ice models. Both are important for my current work and there were many new impressions to put pieces for me together. Tomorrow will be the last day and as always many will already have left the town before the conference is over. So let’s see what will be on the table for the last hours, to bring this conference to a good end.

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