Our colleague Petra Jamšek Rupnik from the Geological Survey of Slovenia sent us this interesting meeting announcement. The conference will focus on geological hazards, including active tectonics in Croatia and adjacent areas. Plus, there will be an interesting field trip to Croatia and Slovenia:
We are pleased to invite you to attend the 5th Regional Scientific Meeting on Quaternary Geology dedicated to Geohazards to be held on November 9-10, 2017, in Starigrad-Paklenica, Croatia. The meeting also includes the final conference of the LoLADRIA Project “Submerged Pleistocene Landscapes of the Adriatic Sea”.
Topics include geological hazards, Quaternary stratigraphy, sedimentology, limnology, modern and past glacial and periglacial environments, geomorphology, geoarchaeology, geoheritage and geoconservation.
The meeting will be preceded by a 3-days field trip from Slovenia to Croatia (November 6-8, 2017) and followed by a 2-days field trip in Croatia (November 11-12, 2017), both covering the related topics.
Organizers: Croatian National INQUA Committee (Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Department of Natural Sciences), Institute of Quaternary Paleontology and Geology, Slovenian National INQUA Committee, Slovenian Geological Society, Geological Survey of Slovenia, Croatian Geological Survey.
Supported by: INQUA International Union for Quaternary Research, National Protection and Rescue Directorate of Croatia, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering (University of Ljubljana), Geological Survey of Austria, Institute of Geosciences and Earth Resources (Italian National Research Council), Institute for the Dynamics of Environmental Processes (Italian National Research Council), Department of Geology (Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb).
The registration deadline is 1st May and the abstract submission deadline is 1st September. Further information will be available shortly on our website at https://inqua-croatia.wixsite.com/regional-mtg-2017
On behalf of the organizing committee,
Petra Jamšek Rupnik, Ph.D
Download the poster here.
Download the 1st circular here.
Thanks Petra for sharing the news!