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There are spaces available at the HiRes2017 Conference on High Resolution Proxies of Paleoclimate. We have extended the deadline for registration and abstracts one week to May 7, 2017.
This is the FINAL announcement for HiRes2017, a NSF-sponsored* workshop to explore new developments of high-resolution in situ studies for proxies of paleoclimate.
The meeting will be June 18-21, 2017, in Madison, WI.
Registration is free, with a deadline of May 7. Please follow this URL to register via Google Form:
More details are available on the workshop website, including codes for accommodation discounts (limited availability!) and keynote talk titles:
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Workshop synopsis: SIMS and laser techniques provide a new level of climate resolution through analysis of isotope ratio and trace element compositions at micron-scale. In situ analysis permits correlation of imaging with geochemistry and selection of features that could not otherwise be interrogated. These recent advances yield improved temporal resolution and promise an important new level of understanding for many paleoclimate proxies. Sub-annual to sub-daily resolution is possible for many proxies facilitating studies of seasonality or animal growth and migration. The workshop will be conducted in parallel with tutorial demonstrations of the IMS 1280 Ion Microprobe in the WiscSIMS Lab. The goals of the meeting are to explore new capabilities and new applications of in situ analysis to paleoclimate and to acquaint participants with SIMS techniques.
Melanie Beasley (Dept. of Anthropology, UC-San Diego)
Thure Cerling (Dept. of Geology, Univ. of Utah)
Jennifer Fehrenbacher (CEOAS, Oregon State Univ.)
Thomas Helser (Alaska Fisheries Science Center, NOAA, Seattle)
Kathleen Johnson (Dept. of Earth System Science, UC-Irvine)
Reinhard Kozdon (Lamont Doherty Observatory, Columbia Univ.)
Zhengyu Liu (Dept. of Atmospheric & Oceanic Sci., UW-Madison)
Shaun Marcott (Dept. of Geoscience, UW-Madison)
Wolfgang Müller (Dept. of Earth Sciences, Royal Holloway, Univ. of London)
Noriko Kita (WiscSIMS): SIMS Basics
Kouki Kitajima (WiscSIMS): Live-Demonstration, SIMS Stable Isotope Analysis
Ian Orland (WiscSIMS): Approaches to Analysis of Speleothems & Biocarbonates
John Valley (WiscSIMS): Accuracy vs. Precision by SIMS
- Sunday, June 18: 5 PM reception & barbecue in Weeks Hall Courtyard & WiscSIMS Lab Open House
- Monday, June 19 – Wednesday, June 21: Technical sessions including Keynote lectures, tutorials by WiscSIMS staff, contributed talks and poster presentations.
- Tuesday, June 20: Workshop Banquet
*Sponsored by: National Science Foundation, Division of Earth Science; CAMECA
Hosted by: WiscSIMS Laboratory, Dept. of Geoscience, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison
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