The University of Southampton led Black Sea MAP (Maritime Archaeological Project http://blackseamap.com/ in partnership with the Bulgarian National Archaeological Institute with Museum (http://naim.bg/en/home/) and Centre for Underwater Archaeology (CUA; http://www.cua-sozopol.com/en/), is one of the largest and most ambitious projects of its type ever undertaken. The... Read More
BOSCORF has recently completed a large ITRAX scanning project with Matt Nichols, currently a second year PhD at Southampton. Here Matt details how he will be using the Ca/Ti ratio to refine the age model for his core, and the importance of XRF data in this study.
Mediterranean outflow water (MOW) leaking into the Atlantic Ocean has been shown to significantly affect Atlantic meridional overturning circulation (AMOC), one of... Read More
This month, PhD Student Rachel Devine details her work using the ITRAX to count Swedish Varves, and constraining the drainiage of the Baltic Ice Lake.
Picture: Varves from the Baltic Ice Lake in Östergötland – Image Credit Rachel Devine
During the last deglaciation, outbursts of cold water into the North... Read More