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Last update: 11-01-2016

2016 Announcements

 

EGU 2016 – SESSION SSP2.6

“Mesozoic palaeoenvironments and greenhouse sea-level changes (IGCP 609)”

 

Conveners: B. Sames, X. Hu, E. Wolfgring, S. Iqbal

Within the scope of EGU 2016, April 1722, 2015, Vienna, Austria

Deadline for Abstracts: 13 Jan. 2016

http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2016/session/20817

 

 

35th IGC – Joint Session:

“Cretaceous sea-level changes and Asia-Pacific Cretaceous Ecosystems (IGCP 609, IGCP 608, ICDP Songliao Basin)”

 

Conveners: M. Wagreich, H. Ando, C. Wang

Within the scope of 35th IGC, August 27–Sept. 4, 2016, Cape Town, RSA

Deadline for Abstracts: 31 Jan. 2016

(Link to Session Overview)

 

2015 News

 

December 2015: Special Issue of the 2nd IGCP 609 & Earthtime-EU Workshop 2014 “Advances in understanding Cretaceous sea-level change” published (Bibliography)

 

30 November 2015: 4th IGCP 609 Newsletter now available

 

30 November 2015: Program, Abstract Book and Field Trip Guidebook of Nanjing 2015 Meeting (incl. 3rd IGCP 609 Workshop) available for download (Bibliography)

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greenhouse phases: Causes and consequences

of short-term Cretaceous sea-level changes

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