New publication (from my PhD)

I just got the sharing link today! Rachael S. Avery, Alan E. S. Kemp, Jonathan M. Bull, Richard B. Pearce, Mark E. Vardy, J. James Fielding, and Carol J. Cotterill (2019). A new varve sequence from Windermere, UK, records rapid ice retreat prior to the Lateglacial Interstadial (GI-1). Quaternary Science Reviews 225, December, 105894. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2019.105894Continue reading New publication (from my PhD)

Autumn again?!

Time flies! We've lived in Sweden now for about a year and a half, and it's scary how fast the time has gone. At the moment the trees, largely deciduous around Stockholm, are turning brilliant shades of yellow, orange, and red everywhere I look. I don't remember it being quite as spectacular last year: perhaps … Continue reading Autumn again?!

Stockholm foraging: Crabapples

Crabapples are the Caucasian predecessors to domestic cultivated apples, and when cooked can make delicious preserves. In Swedish they are vildäpplen, literally 'wild apples', and there happen to be several trees growing in our neighbourhood and at the University. We collected some windfalls to funny looks from passersby, then proceeded to make a tasty crab … Continue reading Stockholm foraging: Crabapples