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Конференции / Прошедшие конференции - 1st Meeting of the Development of Isotopic Proxies for Palaeoenvironmental Interpretation: A Carbon Perspective (DIPPI-C) 8th - 10th May 2012

1st Meeting of the Development of Isotopic Proxies for Palaeoenvironmental Interpretation: A Carbon Perspective (DIPPI-C) 8th - 10th May 2012

1st Meeting of the Development of Isotopic Proxies for Palaeoenvironmental Interpretation: A Carbon Perspective (DIPPI-C) working group. 8th – 10th May 2012, Durham University, UK.

8th - 10th May 2012: Durham Univeristy, UK
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The first meeting of DIPPI-C will be hosted by the Department of Geography, Durham University, UK in association with the Quaternary Environmental Change research cluster (Durham University), IsoPrime and The British Ecological Society.

Confirmed Speakers

Prof. Philip Meyers (The University of Michigan, USA) 

Dr. Richard Pancost (Bristol University, UK)

Dr. Johan Weijers (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)

Dr. Charlotte Bryant (NERC Radiocarbon Facility, UK)

Dr. Jennifer Dungait (Rothamsted Research, UK)

Meeting Costs

DIPPI-C is pleased to announce that registration for this meeting is free with provision of morning and afternoon tea, coffee and biscuits and lunch. Please download and complete the registration and abstract submission form here and submit to the steering committee.

Details on travel and accommodation for this meeting can be found here. 

Meeting venue

Calman Centre Durham UniversityDepartment of Geography and Calman Learning Centre, Science Site, Durham University, UK

Durham University is the 3rd oldest university in England, formally established in 1832. At the heart of the university and Durham city is the medeival world heritage site, known locally as "Palace Green". This site comprises Durham Cathedral (built 1092 - 1130) and Durham Castle (built c. 1072), both of which are an integral part of Durham University's research, teaching and graduation programmes. Durham Castle houses University College, making it the oldest university building in the world!