The HMF Climate Change Fellowship
Did climate change kill the dinosaurs?
We’ll probably never know. The point is, we don’t want it to kill us. The Harold Mitchell Climate Change Fellowship has provided a total of $255,000 over the last three years to help research the potential impact of climate change through the study of palaeontology.
The Fellowship is used to employ an outstanding postdoctoral researcher to better understand climates of the past through research and the development of the collections of Museum Victoria.
The Fellow will produce high quality research, which will be published in peer-revised international journals. The findings will also be disseminated through academic conferences and public lectures, academic communication initiatives and through the Museum’s own public programs.
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