IGS British Branch 2018 first circular

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IGS British Branch 2018 first circular

Le-Brocq, Anne

Hi all,
We are pleased to announce that the University of Exeter will be hosting the 2018 British Branch meeting of the International Glaciological Society on Tuesday 4th and Wednesday 5th September 2018.  The conference will include oral and poster presentations, spread over two days, and abstracts are invited on any aspect of snow and ice research.  Abstract submission will open in the spring, but until then please keep these dates in your diary.

 

The main Streatham campus is set within a country estate overlooking the city of Exeter, with the grounds registered as a botanic garden and arboretum, complete with a sculpture trail for the artistically minded.  Set in the county of Devon, which is a “stunning county of great contrasts, with two beautiful coastlines, two National Parks and five official Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty” (Visit Devon website), there is plenty for the outdoor enthusiast.

The conference dinner will take place on campus at Reed Hall: “A stunning grade II listed building, a hidden treasure nestled in 300 acres of enchanting landscaped gardens” (Reed Hall website).

 

We look forward to seeing you next September,


Anne Le Brocq, Steve Palmer, Ali Graham, Damien Mansell, Olly Bartlett and Vicky Naylor
Local organising committee

 

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Dr. Anne Le Brocq

Senior Lecturer, Geography

College of Life and Environmental Sciences

University of Exeter

http://www.exeter.ac.uk/geography

https://twitter.com/exetergeography

+44 (0)1392 723833

 

“Ice Flows”, an Antarctic Ice Sheet computer game:

http://www.iceflowsgame.com

https://twitter.com/iceflowsgame


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