The Anatomy of Climate Change: dissecting the palaeo-record to trace the mechanisms of climate variability
Aug 27th - 31st, 2018
The INTegrating Ice core, MArine and TErrestrial records (INTIMATE)
network invite INQUA members to join them for a conference and workshop on the
banks of the Vistula River to explore the latest research into understanding the mechanisms behind the complex
teleconnections of past abrupt climate transitions and their impacts on the
environment over the last glacial - interglacial cycle. The meeting will involve
conference style talks and posters, as well as topical presentations, break-out
discussions and some very special invited speakers. Details of themes,
keynotes, the location and how to submit an abstract / register can be found on
the EGU Galileo website: https://www.egu-galileo.eu/gc3-anatomy/home.html
Abstract submission is open, with a deadline of April 30th fast approaching. Registration will remain open until June.
The EGU have generously provided funds to support Early Career Researchers to attend, so we hope to be able to see the latest in palaeoclimate research.