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.
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 Geological Socety of Norway cordially invites you to join the most important forum for the Geosciences in Norway, January 4th-6th, 2023 at IGP-NTNU in Trondheim The main theme of this conference is Geology - Energy - Society We have 16 sessions and themes but encourage any contribution to the entire field of geoscience and […]
Applications of Quaternary Geoscience to Engineering: process, properties and behaviour Themes Quaternary geoscience supporting the low carbon economy Engineering in glacial and periglacial sequences Significance of river terraces and uplift to engineering and geoarchaeology Climate change, sea-level and coastal processes Key dates Abstract submission deadline: 1st December 2022 Registration deadline: 1st January 2023
The EGU General Assembly 2023 brings together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary, and space sciences. The EGU aims to provide a forum where scientists, especially early career researchers, can present their work and discuss their ideas with experts in all fields of geoscience. Currently, […]
The application window will open on 1 November 2022. A training school focused on exploring glacial isostatic adjustment (GIA) modelling will be held from 3-7 July 2023 at Lantmäteriet in Gävle, Sweden. The program will include lectures and practical exercises aimed at investigating the interactions between solid Earth deformation, ice mass change, and associated sea-level […]
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. […]
We have arranged a NORDQUA members meeting after the end of the sessions at 18:15 on Saturday 15th July. You will find us in room 9, 2nd floor of the Scienze della Terra building (use entrance Mineralogia). We have invited the INQUA Representatives from the three Nordic countries who currently have representation with INQUA, and they […]
The 2023 NORDQUA excursion will be run in northern Iceland 31st August – 2nd September. All NORDQUA members are most welcome and encouraged to attend! The excursion is organized in connection with and will directly follow the 4th International PalaeoArc Conference, which will take place in Akureyri, north Iceland, 27-30th August, 2023.
This year’s postgraduate conference is going to be held on the 7-8th September 2023 at Durham University and welcomes all postgraduate, and undergraduate researchers to present their Quaternary research. This short, two-day conference is a great opportunity for ECRs to present work in a relaxed and unintimidating environment. Whether this be your undergraduate or masters presentation, one of […]