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Yamoah K. K. Afrifa

Yamoah K. K. Afrifa
Yamoah K. K. Afrifa

CL Climate: Past, Present & Future

The 2014 Outstanding Student Poster (OSP) Award is awarded to Yamoah K. K. Afrifa for the poster/PICO entitled:

Southeast Asian Monsoon variability may have assisted the rise and fall of
the Khmer Empire
(Afrifa, Y. K. K.; Chabanborn, A.; Chawchai, S.; Wohlfarth, B.; Smittenberg, R. H.)

Click here to download the poster/PICO file.

Kweku Yamoah is a PhD student at Stockholm University, Stockholm Sweden.
His research interest includes using biomarkers and their hydrogen isotope
analysis as a quantitative paleo-hydrological tool to reconstruct the
Southeast Asian hydro-climate.
The poster discusses the causes in climate variability during the last
2000 years and how this variability influenced the Khmer Empire (Angkor
Civilization).