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FRISP 2019 registration open

Naughten, Kaitlin A.

Registration is now open for the 33rd Forum for Research into Ice Shelf Processes (FRISP) which will be held from 15-18 September 2019 at The Queen’s College, Oxford, UK. The conference will begin on the evening of 15 September (Sunday) and conclude at lunchtime on 18 September (Wednesday). 

The conference will be followed by the International Thwaites Glacier Collaboration annual meeting, which will run from Wednesday afternoon to Thursday evening (18-19 September). This meeting is intended for those already involved in the ITGC project. However, FRISP-only attendees are welcome to stay for the Wednesday afternoon sessions of ITGC if they wish. FRISP attendees can also register for the
ITGC meeting (which includes dinner on the Wednesday) but please note there will be ITGC business- and field-logistics talks and discussions in addition to technical science talks.

Registration closes 31 May, and abstract submission closes 30 June. Register and submit your abstract through the links on the FRISP 2019 website: https://www.bas.ac.uk/event/frisp-2019/  

Please direct any questions about FRISP to [hidden email], and any questions about ITGC to Elaina Ford at [hidden email]



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