Bradley Opdyke is a visiting Associate Professorial Fellow at the ANU Research School of Earth Sciences.

Professor Opdyke’s primary interests are marine geology and paleoceanography/paleoclimatetology.

He has specialised in carbonate reef formation over long-time scales, and was one of the first to publish on the dangers of ocean acidification.

Fields of expertise



History of Antarctic ice sheets holds clues for our future

A new study from researchers at The Australian National University (ANU) on how the world’s largest ice sheet…

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