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Contact Surname: Kamber
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Higher Education Organisation Name: University of Dublin, Trinity College
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My main relevant expertise lies in the development and application of geochemical methods to environmental, climate change and raw materials issues. I have a particular interests in: i) using past deposition rates of dust as a climate proxy; ii) reconstructing industrial and agricultural air pollution from study of lake sediments and peat cores; iii) the natural occurrence of rare metals used in IT and new energy solutions; and iv) developing new vectors to ore deposits.
Organisation or Individual Expertise Keywords:
geochemistry - trace elements - isotopes - climate proxy - lake sediment - peat bog - dust emission - atmospheric metal pollution - energy critical elements - geochemical vector
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Moving towards Reliable Decadal Climate Predictions
I was part of an Australian expert group on using dust deposition as a climate proxy for climate prediction Marx, S.K., Kamber, B.S., McGowan, H.A. and Denholm, J. (2011): Holocene dust deposition rates record the interplay between aridity, position of the mid-latitude westerlies, and a major agriculture induced wind erosion in the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia. Quaternary Science Reviews 30, 3290-3305. Marx, S.K. and Kamber, B.S. (2010): Trace-element systematics of sediments in the Murray–Darling Basin, Australia: Sediment provenance and palaeoclimate implications of fine scale chemical heterogeneity. Appl. Geochem. 25, 1221-1237. Marx, S.K., McGowan, H.A., and Kamber, B.S. (2009): Long-range dust transport from eastern Australia: a proxy for Holocene aridity and ENSO-induced climate variability. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 282, 167-177. Petherick, L.M., McGowan, H.A., and Kamber, B.S. (2009): Reconstructing transport pathways for late Quaternary dust from eastern Australia using the composition of trace elements of long traveled dusts. Geomorphology, 105, 67-79. McGowan, H.A., Marx, S.K., Denholm, J., Soderholm, J. and Kamber, B.S. (2009): Reconstructing annual inflows to the headwater catchments of the Murray River, Australia, using the Pacific Decadal Oscillation. Geophysical Research Letters, doi:10.1029/2008GL037049 McGowan, H.A., Petherick, L.M. and Kamber, B.S. (2008): Aeolian sedimentation and climate variability during the late Quaternary in southeast Queensland, Australia. Paleo. Paleo. Paleo., 265, 171-181. Marx, S.K., Kamber, B.S. and McGowan, H.A. (2005): Long term estimates of Australian dust flux into New Zealand: Quantifying the eastern Australian dust plume pathway using trace element calibrated 210Pb as a monitor. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 239, 336-351.
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This researcher or research organisation has outlined their interests in Challenge 5 as follows:
Improve the knowledge base on the availability of raw materials
Promote the sustainable supply and use of raw materials, including mineral resources, from land and sea, covering exploration, extraction, processing, re-use, recycling and recovery
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I am a partner in an Initial Training Network called IsoNose \\\"ISOTOPIC TOOLS AS NOVEL SENSORS OF EARTH SURFACE RESOURCES\\\"
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