Joyden Hall, Singapore

This year, the PALSEA 2022 Annual Meeting will be held in Singapore and brings observational scientists and icesheet, climate, and sea-level modelers together in order to better define observational constraints on past sea-level change and improve our understanding of ice-sheet responses to rapid climate change. Early abstract submission deadline Mon 16 May 2022, 23:59 UTC […]

3rd International Palaeoarc Conference

Rovaniemi, Finland

Processes and Palaeo-environmental changes in the Arctic: from past to present Registration is now open for the 3rd PalaeoArc International Conference 23-26 August, Rovaniemi, Finland. Deadline for the abstract submission is 8th July (notification of acceptance 18th July latest) and final registration day is 31st July. Fees are 250 € for professionals and 150 € for students. Furthermore, […]

QRA Postgraduate Symposium 2022


Online. Organised by Sheffield Hallam University Theme: Postgraduate Research within Quaternary Science Format: Online conference and poster competition; two keynote speakers Meeting organisers: Sarah Walton & Gwyn Rivers

10th IAG International Conference on Geomorphology

Coimbra, Portugal

Abstract deadline: March 14th, 13:00 CET. 25 Thematic Sessions are planned, covering a wide range of subjects from Experimental Geomorphology, to Wildfires and Soil Erosion, to Geoarchaeology to Planetary Geomorphology. There will be 4 fieldtrips prior to the conference, and 4 other ones after the conference. A one-day mid-conference fieldtrip (on 14th) is also planned.

CAGE International Conference

Tromsø, Norway

The Centre for Arctic Gas Hydrate, Environment and Climate (CAGE) at UiT – The Arctic University of Norway welcomes your participation in the International Conference on Methane in a Changing Arctic, to be held in Tromsø, 14-16th September. This conference aims to bring together scientists working on all aspects of Arctic methane and its role […]


The theme of our congress is “Time for Change” to emphasize the critical role of Quaternary sciences in contributing the knowledge we need to face current societal and climate challenges. In fact, the understanding of the global changes cannot be achieved without the scientific knowledge of how Earth has changed during the recent geological past. […]