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February 2020

Understanding earthquakes using the geological record

17 February - 18 February
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

National Earthquake Conference

4 March - 6 March
Sheraton San Diego Hotel San Diego, United States
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***CANCELLED*** 18th Symposium on Tectonics, Structural Geology and Crystalline Geology (TSK)

16 March
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 - 26 March
University of Memphis Memphis, TN United States
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April 2020

SEPM2020 ISGC Workshop: Distinguishing Storms and Tsunamis

26 April
Flagstaff Flagstaff, United States

A 1-Day workshop investigating the similarities and differences between the sedimentary records of storms and tsunamis. Tsunami and storms threaten coastal lives and infrastructure. Documenting past events within the sedimentary record provides an important means of assessing the hazards associated with storms and tsunamis. However, distinguishing storm and tsunami deposits within the sedimentary record remains a very difficult problem. Recent work has shown that even storms can produce large infragravity waves thus calling into question basic assumptions about how the…

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May 2020

Int’l Summer School Glacial Megaflood Landforms and Sediments

24 May - 28 May
Suwałki Poland

UPDATE 2020-03-20 Due to the Corona situation the summer school can not take place in May and will likely be postponed until spring 2021. ******************************************************************************************************************* The International Summer School on Glacial Megaflood Landforms and Sediments is dedicated to PhD students and early career researchers whose research are related with the Quaternary geology and glacial geomorphology. The School focuses on the Late Pleistocene glacial megaflood-related landforms and sediments and is based on lectures and discussions during the field trips and courses.…

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June 2020

International Workshop on “Active tectonics and dating”

9 June - 11 June
Praz-sur-Arly, Club Belambra "L'Alisier"
Praz-sur-Arly, France

The magnitude and rate of damaging earthquakes that occur along well-characterized active fault systems are fundamental information in seismic hazard assessment. This is particularly true in slow deforming areas of continental interiors where the return times of most earthquakes are typically longer than the time-window covered by historical chronicles. The present-day fault slip rates in these regions are rarely resolved, making the evaluation of the seismo-tectonic activity very challenging. In this context, the characterization and absolute dating of the Quaternary…

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Young researchers in Structural geology and Tectonics (YORSGET)

18 June - 23 June
University of Catania Agrigento, Sicily Italy

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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August 2020

XI International Conference: Monitoring of Nuclear Tests and their Consequences

10 August - 14 August
Data Centre of the Institute of Geophysical Research, Lizy Chaykinoy str. 4
Almaty, 050020 Kazakhstan

CONFERENCE TOPICS 1. Operational readiness advancement of the CTBT verification system Development of the International Monitoring System and Cooperating National Facilities Scientific and technological development of nuclear monitoring technologies Information resource and development of International and National Data Centers 2. Improving the efficiency in studying the sources of events Effectiveness evaluation in detecting, locating and identification of events sources Scientific and methodological developments to improve the quality of processing and analysis of monitoring data 3. Study of nuclear explosions consequences…

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September 2020

37. Assembly of the European Seismological Commission (ESC) 2020

6 September - 11 September
Corfu, Corfu Holiday Palace Luxury Hotel & Resort Greece
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