Speaker: Dr Philip Pogge von Strandmann
The Earth has been inhabited by life for almost 90% of its existence. Given that life requires quite narrow conditions to survive, this implies that the Earth’s climate and environmental chemistry have been quite stable for around 4 billion years. This talk will examine the processes that may create a relatively stable climate.
Note: Booking for this talk also books you for the second talk in this session - Triggering the radiation of early animals.
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