Short extension to QRA abstract submission deadline
In response to multiple requests, the abstract deadline for the QRA Annual Discussion Meeting (University
of Plymouth, 3rd-5th January 2018) has been extended until 12 noon on 3rd November. Early-bird registration
rates for both regular and postgraduate delegates will be available until 8th November, by which time
delegates will have been informed about their presentation allocation (talk/poster).
The overarching theme of the meeting is data/model inter-comparison, and we welcome abstract submissions
that fall within scientific themes including:
Climate modelling and palaeoclimate reconstructions
Glacial system modelling and glacial geomorphology
Long-term ecology, ecological processes and biodiversity
Human/environment interactions including refining & testing models of anthropogenic land cover change
Palaeohydrology and long-term landscape evolution
Past and future sea-level change
We also invite all attendees of the QRA Annual Discussion Meeting 2018 to submit up to three photos on
the theme of Quaternary Science to our photo competition. The photos will be judged by a panel at Plymouth University, and the shortlisted images (including the winner) will be on display throughout the conference. Please
email all photo submissions to [hidden email] by 8th November - we look forward to seeing your submissions!
For more information, and to register and submit an abstract, please visit https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/whats-on/qra-annual-discussion-meeting-2018,
and follow us on Twitter @QRA2018 for updates.
Dr Caroline Clason
| Lecturer in Physical Geography |School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Plymouth University, Drake Circus, Plymouth, PL4 8AA, UK | +447482304784
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