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May 2019

Hydrographic and LiDAR survey international summer school

26 May - 7 June
University Laval Québec city, Canada
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June 2019

34th Himalaya-Karakorum-Tibet Workshop

4 June - 7 June
Montana State University in Bozeman, Strand Student Union Building
Bozeman, MT United States

There will be a pre-conference field trip on the geology of the northern Rocky Mountains in and around Glacier National Park (June 2-4) and a post-meeting field trip in and around Yellowstone National Park (June 8-9).

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DRT: 22nd Deformation mechanisms, Rheology and Tectonics meeting “From microtectonics to plate tectonics”

11 June - 14 June
Tübingen Germany
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July 2019

CRUST Workshop “Tools, data and models for 3D seismotectonics: the Italian over time laboratory”

9 July - 10 July
Perugia Perugia, Italy

The workshop will consist of two-day conference and is aimed to favor exchanges of ideas and opinions between Italian and foreign geologists and geophysicists who operate on active tectonics, seismotectonics and seismogenesis using different methodologies, at any spatial and temporal scale. Main topics of the workshop: Seismic monitoring Seismic source Stress strain distribution Active tectonics and seismotectonics 3D fault model building Surface faulting and fracture Seismic site effects Geodesy Gravimetry Seismic tomography Numerical and probabilistic models The workshop is free…

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August 2019

17ISGdR, 18-23 AUG (2019) Issyk Kul, Kyrgyz Republic

18 August - 23 August
Lake Issyk Kul

The International Consortium on Geo-disaster Reduction (ICGdR) will hold its 2019 workshop from 18-23 August, 2019, at Lake Issyk Kul, Kyrgyzstan. Flyer: Download PDF

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EGU Summer School “Structural Analysis of Crystalline Rocks”

24 August - 30 August
Nevessee Italy

The summer school is specifically aimed at PhD students, Post-Docs and early-career researchers. Course max number of participants: 35

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September 2019

14th Emile Argand Conference on Alpine Geological Studies

4 September - 6 September
Sion Switzerland

The biannual Emile Argand Conference on Alpine Geological Studies is organized by European universities, with the support of the European Geosciences Union. The main purpose of this meeting is to organize oral and poster presentations, favouring exchanges between all members of the Earth Sciences community. All aspects relevant to the past history and present dynamics of the Alpine belt are covered by the meeting. In addition field excursions are organized before and after the meeting. Therefore this meeting is a…

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YES Congress 2019

9 September - 13 September
FU Berlin Berlin, Germany

There are several session interesting for active tectonics research, for example: 1.1. ​How to construct and destruct a mountain range?  1.5. ​Geomorphic and sedimentary records of active plate tectonics  1.8. ​Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: archives of climate-tectonic interactions in active mountain belts.  4.8. ​The challenge of Seismic Hazard and Risk Evaluation

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IAS Rome 2019

10 September - 13 September
Rome Rome, Italy

There are several sessions that are of interest to the paleoseismology community, and session 7.11 is especially devoted to past earthquakes

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25th Latin-American Colloquium of Geoscience

18 September - 21 September
Universität Hamburg Hamburg, Germany

On the occasion of the 250th birthday of Alexander von Humboldt and the 100th anniversary of the Universität Hamburg this year, the 25th Latin-American Colloquium of Geoscience will be held at the Universität Hamburg, Germany, from September 18 – 21, 2019. This biennial conference series has advanced as an important international venue to showcase research activity in Latin-American countries supported by the German Science Foundation, the German Academic Exchange Service, the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Germany’s Federal Ministry of Science…

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