DR KALE SNIDERMAN

DR KALE SNIDERMAN

Positions

  • Palaeontology Stratigraphy, Quaternary Paleoclimatology, Palaeoenvironments, Palaeoclimates, Palynology

Overview

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  • I completed my PhD at Monash University in 2008, on Early Pleistocene palaeoeclimate and palaeoecology of upland southeastern Australia. My research interest is broadly in environmental change, over Cenozoic to historical time frames. My current research projects include orbital forcing of Southern Hemisphere Plio-Pleistocene climates, and the Cenozoic evolution of Australasian climates and vegetation.   

Publications

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Research

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Additional Grant Information

  • I hold an Australian Research Council Discovery Early Career Researcher Award   

Awards

Education and training

  • PhD, Monash University 2008
  • BSC (HONS), Monash University 1999
  • B .APP.SC, University of Ballarat 1998

Supervision

Available for supervision

  • Y

Supervision Statement

  • I am happy to supervise post-graduate students in topics relating to palynology (the study of fossil and modern pollen), palaeecology, palaeoenvironments, and palaeoclimate