The Nordic Union for Quaternary Research

The Nordic Union for Quaternary Research (NORDQUA) is an organization of professional scientists from the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden). NORDQUA is interested in the last 2.6 million years of Earth's history (the Quaternary) – also known as the ‘Ice Age’.  The aim of the Union is to encourage broad interdisciplinary cooperation and communication among Quaternary scientists in Norden, and especially to facilitate networking between young scientists. This is done through organizing joint field excursions and symposia, and by informing about student and job opportunities.


2018 excursion report

Many thanks to Lis Allaart and Nína Aradóttir for putting this report together.

Read about the excursion, led by Nicolaj Krogh Larsen and Anders Schomacker, here.

NORDQUA gets a logo!

Up-coming Events

Nordic Geological Winter Meeting

Reykjavik/Online 11-13 May 2022

INQUA 'Peribaltic Working Group' Youth Symposium: Geomorphology in Quaternary Research 28th June - 1 July 2022

Circular [pdf]

Boreas sponsorship

Jan Piotrowski, Editor-in-Chief of the international journal of Quaternary research, Boreas (and NORDQUA member) has pledged sponsorship to NORDQUA from the journal from 2020.