INQUA-MARE Workshop (INtegrated QUAternary MArine REcords at sensitive latitudes) - 29 November - 1 December
The deadline for abstract submission for the online INQUA-MARE workshop, "Antarctic Realm", has been just extended to November, 19th. Send your abstract, concerning the Antarctic realm, to inqua.mare[at]gmail.com (see detailed instructions in the attached Abstract template).
To registrate your participation (even only as an auditor), please write an e-mail to inqua.mare.network[at]gmail.com until November 25th, indicating your Title (student, MSc, PhD, Prof., pronoun-s, etc.), Name, Surname, Affiliation and Nationality or fill in this Google Form.
This project, funded by INQUA, is meant to bring together scientists studying Holocene marine sediment records from Arctic, Antarctic and Tropical regions, the most sensitive to climate change. The main objective is to bring researchers together, in order to meet, share and discuss scientific interconnections between these areas, targeting the integration of data and knowledge on the recent evolution of the Earth’s climate. Therefore, although this year we will receive abstracts concerning the Antarctic realm, we aim to have as auditors researchers studying both the two poles and the tropics.
The workshop will be online, therefore the participation is free! The participation of undergraduate students, graduate students and early career researchers is particularly welcome.
The INQUA-MARE Organising Committee