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The PAGES (Past Global Changes) project is an international effort to coordinate and promote past global change research. The primary objective is to improve our understanding of past changes in the Earth system in order to improve projections of future climate and environment, and inform strategies for sustainability. ... more

PAGES, a registered association for scientific research and networking, is open and inclusive to all scientists interested in past global changes. Science within PAGES is conducted by working groups, which are open to all paleoscientists working on the topic. Get involved by contacting the working group leaders, signing up to mailing lists, and attending teleconferences and/or workshops.

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PAGES is pleased to announce that the call for applications from scientists to serve on its Scientific Steering Committee (SSC) for the term starting January 2023 is now open.

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Call for Project Descriptions for Future Earth Fellows

After a successful program in 2021, Future Earth is again partnering with US universities to fund fellows who will work with GRNs for 10 weeks from May-July 2022.  

PAGES e-news vol. 2021, no.10

PAGES e-news vol. 2021, no. 10

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DEEPICE: A new European network of young researchers to unveil past climate changes in Antarctica

A network of international researchers launches a European collaboration on October 14th 2021.

Ed Brook named William S. and Carelyn Y. Reeburgh lecturer at AGU

PAGES is pleased to announce our Scientific Steering Committee (

6th Open Science Meeting (OSM) registration and abstract submission open!

After months of discussions as to whether or not the 6th Open Science Meeting (OSM) would take place, and if so, in what format; we are very e