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Investigating coral reefs to help understand past and future climate change

es in the Indian Ocean and the Caribbean. This is Camoin's plan for the future.

Camoin also highlighted that it is crucial to collaborate and compare the coral reef data with other techniques, from ice cores to ocean and lake sediments, to verify datasets.

"The project has just started and we are trying to get a good chronological frame to make sure where we are. The ice core records are well advanced and we will go back to compare our data to theirs in a year of two. We also have geophysical modellers waiting for our results to enter into their models," explained Camoin.

Many of the European Science Foundation projects work towards understanding the Earth processes, both past and future. With its emphasis on a multidisciplinary and pan-European approach, the Foundation provides the leadership necessary to open new frontiers in European science.


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Contact: Sofia Valleley
svalleley@esf.org
33-388-762-149
European Science Foundation
16-May-2007


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