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November 2019

SGTSG and SGSEG meeting `Convergence at the Coast`

18 November - 22 November
Port Lincoln Port Lincoln, South Australia Australia

Registration is now open for the 2019 Biennial meeting of the SGTSG (Specialist Group in Tectonics ans Structural Geology) and SGSEG (Specialist Group in Solid Earth Geophysics), themed `Convergence at the Coast`. This is also the first call for abstracts. The conference runs from the 18th to the 22nd of November 2019 and is located in the stunning seafood capital of Australia Port Lincoln, South Australia. More info: http://www.sgtsg.org Events There are a number of planned field trips, workshops and…

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December 2019

AGU Fall Meeting

9 December - 13 December
San Francisco San Francisco, United States
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January 2020

Tectonic Studies Group – TSG Hull 2020

7 January, 2020 - 9 January, 2020
Hull Hull, United Kingdom
GBP150
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Hokudan 2020 International Symposium on Active Faulting

13 January, 2020 - 17 January, 2020
Hokudan Earthquake Memorial Park, Hokudan Earthquake Memorial Park
Awaji City, Awaji Island, Japan

SCHEDULE Jan. 13: arrival Jan. 14--15: scientific sessions Jan 16--17: symposia Jan 17: 25th anniversary memorial ceremony DEADLINES Dec. 01 2019: abstract submission Dec. 20, 2019: pre-registration and hotel booking

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February 2020

Understanding earthquakes using the geological record

17 February, 2020 - 18 February, 2020
The Royal Society, London, 6-9 Carlton House Terrace
London, SW1Y 5AG United Kingdom

This meeting will focus on the interplay between deformation, metamorphism, and rheology of the lithosphere. Modern geophysical research is revealing increasingly complex and spatially variable fault zone behaviours. The properties and deformation of the ductile crust and mantle are controversial, as is their influence on the overlying faults. Current models indicate a close coupling between metamorphism, rheology and deformation, but remain poorly constrained by geological observations. The meeting will unite international experts in geodesy, seismology, metamorphism and rheology to characterise and…

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March 2020

36th International Geological Congress – IGC

2 March, 2020 - 8 March, 2020
India Expo Centre & Mart, Plot No. 25,27,28,29, KnowledgePark-||, Knowledge Park II
Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201306 India
USD650
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18th Symposium on Tectonics, Structural Geology and Crystalline Geology (TSK)

16 March, 2020
Cologne, Cologne Germany

The 18th Symposium on Tectonics, Structural Geology and Crystalline Geology, for short “TSK 18” will take place  from 16th – 20th March at the Institute for Geology and Mineralogy of the University of Cologne. All European working groups in the fields of Tectonics, Structural Geology and Crystalline Geology are cordially invited to join us at the next TSK meeting. As one of the foundation ideas of  TSK, we intend to offer young and early career geoscientists a stage for their…

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Analog Modeling of Tectonic Processes Workshop 2020

24 March, 2020 - 26 March, 2020
University of Memphis Memphis, TN United States
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June 2020

Young researchers in Structural geology and Tectonics (YORSGET)

18 June, 2020 - 23 June, 2020
University of Catania Agrigento, Sicily Italy
€160

YORSGET is a TecTask (IUGS) conference aimed primarily at MSc/PhD students, post-docs, and early career researchers in the broad field of structural geology and tectonics. A 5-day meeting that provides an immersive environment for early career scientists studying tectonics and structural geology to get together in an informal setting.

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