Hugh Jenkyns


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Oceanic Anoxic Events: the making of the theory
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on August 14, 2011
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Measuring up rocks, Oceanic Anoxic Events: the making of the theory, importance of Anoxic Events today and link with recent global warming, how to chose were to publish, science is about communication, to Question and to Challenge you are the key attributes for best students

One of the fathers of the Oceanic Anoxic Events. Leader in the palaeoceanography and palaeoclimatology of Jurassic and Cretaceous marine sediments. He elucidates the causality of major global events in Earth history by examining their sedimentary and geochemical records. More than 100 publications. He was the first European editor of the journal Geology. Hugh is professor at Oxford .

  • I WAS WORKING WITH HUGH ON THE BEAUTIFUL APENNINES, USING AS HEADQUARTER A SMALL HOTEL IN THE MOST SPECTACULAR "HANGING" PIAZZA OF THE WORLD AND TASTING DAILY THE AMAZING RED WINES OF THE VERY FIRST YEARS OF THE CENTURY. THE LAST MINUTES OF THE LAST DAY OF FIELD WORK I FINALLY FOUND THE COURAGE TO ASK HIM AN INTERVIEW.

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