The Royal Society are hosting a Theo Murphy international scientific meeting on the implications of current research on marine palaeolandscapes. “Lost and Future Worlds: Marine palaeolandscapes and the historic impact of long-term climate change” has been organised by Professor Vincent Gaffney, Professor Geoff Bailey, Dr Richard Bates, Dr Philip Murgatroyd, Dr Eugene Ch’ng and Professor Robin G. Allaby the meeting will be held the Royal Society at conference centre at Chicheley Hall, Buckinghamshire (https://goo.gl/jgO5Ri), between
Monday 15 May – Tuesday 16 May.
Global warming following the last glacial maximum led to the global submergence of vast, populated landscapes. These largely unexplored lands hold a unique record of habitation linked to climate change. Frequently inaccessible, and unamenable to conventional analysis, this meeting brings together experts across historical and scientific disciplines to identify new analytical methods and the contemporary relevance of these lost lands.
Information on the meeting is held at https://goo.gl/nXtwS7
A draft programme (PDF) is available to download at…..https://royalsociety.org/~/media/events/2017/05/climate-change/Programme%20draft%206.pdf?la=en-GB
This residential conference is free to attend!
Advanced registration is essential (please request an invitation from https://goo.gl/nDjGbR
Catering and accommodation are available to purchase during registration
There will be a poster session at 17:00 on Monday 15 May 2017. If you would like to apply to present a poster please submit your proposed title, abstract (not more than 200 words and in third person), author list, name of the proposed presenter and institution to the Scientific Programmes team no later than Monday 3 April 2017.
Please note that places are limited and are selected at the scientific organisers discretion. Poster abstracts will only be considered if the presenter is registered to attend the meeting.
Further press information is held at https://www.teamapp.com/clubs/165984/newsletters/214136/edit