The Younger Dryas (12,900-11,700 yrs BP) was an abrupt climate reversal during the last deglaciation and resulted in severe conditions across the North Atlantic region. This period of climatic extremes was hypothesised to be the result of a freshwater forced weakening of ocean circulation (AMOC) from the Laurentide Ice Sheet, which sat across much of North America 1, 2, 3. This freshwater may have enabled sea-ice advance across the North Atlantic, changing the nature of atmospheric... Read More
BOSCORF currently has two vacancies within the team, applications are open until February the 13th for both roles, full details can be found on the links below. Please contact the Curator for an informal discussion about the roles and requirements.
Position 1: Curatorial Assistant
This role will support the operation and maintenance of laboratory instruments and core loggers and assist visitors... Read More