Conference talks will be combined with topical breakout discussions and we invite contributions across the following four themes: *NB: The deadline for cancellation is 10th May 2017. Provisional conference programme Tuesday 6th June (evening): Early registration and icebreaker reception Wednesday 7th June: Academic sessions all day Thursday 8th June: Academic sessions all day; conference dinner in evening Friday 9th June: Academic sessions end by 12.30; optional fieldtrip in afternoon Conference organisers Helen Roberts, Marie Busfield, Sarah Davies, Geoff Duller, Henry Lamb, Mike Walker, Joe Williams, Hollie Wynne (Quaternary Environmental Change Research Group, Department of Geography & Earth Sciences, Aberystwyth University); Christine Lane (Department of Geography, University of Cambridge) E-mail [email protected] Venue Aberystwyth University, Aberystwyth, Wales, SY23 3DB. Conference costs Registration (includes lunch and refreshments each day, and conference dinner): £105 (professional) / £85 (student/unwaged) Optional Fieldtrip (afternoon of Friday 9th June): £15 Single Accommodation and breakfast (Pentre Jane Morgan, Aberystwyth University): £28.50 per night Financial support A small number of registration waivers will be awarded to Early Career Researcher (ECR) participants, or those who would otherwise not be able to attend.If you would like to apply for this waiver, you must submit an abstract by May 2nd, with a supporting CV (max 2 pages) and a covering letter (max 2 pages) outlining: Successful applicants will be notified ahead of the main 10th May registration deadline.Walking and cycling ideas Key routes and ideas for exploring.Have you tried all the traditional ways to find someone special in Brecon?Aberystwyth Castle Thirteenth-century ruins and park. Ceredigion Museum Local history and the latest exhibitions.National Library of Wales Visitor centre and regular exhibitions.Travel When planning your travel and accommodation please be aware that the train journey to Aberystwyth from Birmingham or Manchester takes about 3 hours.By road it takes approximately 3 hours from Birmingham, Manchester or Cardiff.
Join us to review the latest progress in palaeoclimate science, focussed on the last glacial-interglacial cycle.Vale of Rheidol Railway Catch a steam train into the country. Rheidol Valley Countryside and hydro-electric power. Borth, Ynyslas and Clarach Seaside villages and sand dunes.Forests, Woods and Parkland Scenery, walking, cycling and more. Aberystwyth Town Walk Get to know the town and its history.Aberystwyth is a small but popular UK seaside holiday destination, with accommodation options to suit various budgets for those who prefer to make separate arrangements (e.g. Find tourist info for Wales here and for Aberystwyth here! You'll come across INTIMATEs elsewhere during the congress of course, and in particular I would like to plug the Climate Division's Outstanding ECS Award lecture, which is being given by Francesco Muschitiello on Tuesday afternoon.Francesco will be speaking on his research into "The role of North Atlantic Ocean circulation and biological sequestration on atmospheric CO2 uptake during the last deglaciation".