IGS British Branch 2017: deadline for registration and abstract submission is this Friday, 30th June.

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IGS British Branch 2017: deadline for registration and abstract submission is this Friday, 30th June.

Leeson, Amber
Dear all,

Please be advised that the deadline for registration and abstract submission for this year's British Branch meeting is THIS FRIDAY 30th JUNE.
Registration and abstract submission is invited through the local website: http://wp.lancs.ac.uk/igs-bb/registration/

The meeting will be held on Wednesday 6th and Thursday 7th September 2017 at Lancaster University. An ice-breaker BBQ will be held on the evening of the 5th for delegates arriving the night before the meeting and the conference dinner will take place at Lancaster Brewery on the evening of the 6th.

The conference will include oral and poster presentations, spread over two days, and abstracts are invited on any aspect of snow and ice research. Keynote talks will be given by Dr Robert Mulvaney, British Antarctic Survey, Prof John Smellie, University of Leicester and Prof Jemma Wadham, University of Bristol.

Lancaster is a historic city located in a beautiful part of the country and is famous for its history, thriving arts scene and excellent pubs. The 12th century Lancaster castle, for example, showcases 1,000 years of heritage and justice in the city and was the venue for the famous Pendle Witch trials in the 1600s. For those interested in outdoor pursuits then the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District are right on our doorstep and are well served by both road and rail links from the city.

See you all in Lancaster!

Amber Leeson, Jennie Gilbert, Peter Wynn, Crispin Halsall, Hugh Tuffen, Jacqui Owen, Mounir Takriti
Local organising committee

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