Harry Elderfield gave the Cesare Emiliani lecture at AGU 2011

The Cesare Emiliani Lecture honors the memory of Cesare Emiliani. It recognizes individuals who have made outstanding scientific contributions to our understanding of past oceans and climates.

Professor Harry Elderfield, University of Cambridge, gave this year’s lecture in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the development and use of paleoproxies, including ocean acidification. His presentation, “What a Single Celled Organism Can Tell Us About Climate History: A Status Report On Paleocean Proxies With Examples” was given at the 2011 Fall AGU meeting.

The video of his presentation can be viewed here.

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