Lake Saint Anne

Last week I was in Băile Tușnad, a spa town in Romania for the INTIMATE training school. I gave a lecture featuring a cloud (one of many the students saw that week — it rained incessantly), some proxy data and a misquote from Hamlet. I’ll post a link to the lecture once I’ve fixed a couple of glitches. The training school focused on Lake Saint Anne, a beautiful 29000-year old volcanic crater lake and Mohos bog in the adjacent crater.

Lake Saint Anne

Lake Saint Anne

Mohos Bog

Mohos Bog

A core was collected from the lake and over the coming months the students who attended the course will work up some of the proxies with a view to writing a joint publication.

Coring Lake Saint Anne

Coring Lake Saint Anne

In the cloudy forests around the lake, predators lurk.

Urals owl

Urals owl — I thought it was a buzzard when I first saw it fly.

Big foot!

Big foot!

I was happy not to meet the creator of the footprint.

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About richard telford

Ecologist with interests in quantitative methods and palaeoenvironments
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