EGU training school for early-career scientists

Glaciers, moraines and climate: Challenges of identifying, dating and extracting palaeoclimatic data from former glacier fluctuations

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EGU training school for early-career scientists

Glaciers, moraines and climate: Challenges of identifying, dating and extracting palaeoclimatic data from former glacier fluctuations

Inchnadamph Hotel (Scotland)
13 Aug 2018 - 16 Aug 2018

EGU training school for ECRs
Dates

Aug 13th - 16th, 2018

Venue

Inchnadamph Hotel, (Scotland)

Summary

EGU training school for early-career scientists

EGU co-sponsored training school on “Glaciers, moraines, and climate: identifying, dating and extracting paleoclimate data from evidence of past glacier change”, which will take place in Inchnadamph in the Scottish Highlands from 13 to 16 August 2018.

Main aim is to encourage early career (Ph.D. or Postdoc) researchers to integrate different (e.g. geomorphological, sedimentological, chronological, limnological) lines of palaeoglaciological evidence. Often, the impact of such inter-disciplinary approaches is greater than the sum of its parts, advancing the potential of palaeoglaciological evidence to understand climate change.

Are you interested? Then do apply before 13 May. More information is available on the workshop website: 

http://eguecrmoraineworkshop.strikingly.com/