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Second IAG GeoNorth Conference 30 September – 1 October 2021 (online)

It is our pleasure to announce the second conference of the Nordic IAG Network of Geomorphology Groups from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden to be held 30.09.-01.10.2021 as a virtual conference. We invite geomorphologists and scientists from related disciplines with interest in the five Nordic countries to particpate at the conference.

Registration and participation fee

Please send an email confirming your registration to achim.beylich@geofieldlab.com before 1 September. Participation fee for senior scientists 250 NOK and for Master and PhD students 100 NOK.

Abstract submission

Scientific abstracts should be up to two pages long, should not include figures, tables and references, and must be submitted as word files to achim.beylich@geofieldlab.com before 1 September 2021. All accepted scientific abstracts will be published in a conference volume made available as PDF-file.

Program

The detailed conference program, information for presenters and all necessary technical information will be sent to all registered conference participants in September 2021.

Webinars on Geomorphology and Quaternary Geology

Webinars on Geomorphology and Quaternary Geology is a short-term virtual mobility course that consists of five webinars on different topics of geomorphology, geomorphological hazards and Quaternary geology.

Deadline for application is the 22 February 2021.

For more information, click here!

IAG Webinar – Northern Europe

Second IAG GeoNorth Newsletter

Swedish Southern Ocean Network

The Southern Ocean Observing System is currently setting up a Swedish Southern Ocean Network! If your research is connected to the Southern Ocean, or if you are generally interested, check out their website.

For those who would like to get involved: An early career researcher position on the leadership team of the network will be advdvertised soon!

Upcoming IAG International Geomorphology Week 2021

#IntGeomorphWeek2021

International Geomorphology Week is celebrated each year during the first week of March. Its aim is to promote geomorphology in all its forms, and mobilise the geomorphological community in general.

Find more information and news on the IAG homepage!

New Geomorphology book series with GeoNorth participation

IAG-endorsed Springer book series on World Geomorphological Landscapes: Beylich, A.A. (Ed.) 2021. Landscapes and Landforms of Norway. World Geomorphological Landscapes. Springer.

Call for submissions for the second GeoNorth newsletter

We are inviting you to submit contributions to the upcoming second GeoNorth newsletter (December 2020). The newsletter will be distributed through the existing GeoNorth mailing list and through Geomorphlist and Cryolist.

The newsletter can include the following types of contributions related to the Nordic countries:

  • notice on relevant ongoing or future research projects,
  • notice on new and relevant scientific publications,
  • highlights/short report from field work or projects (you can also include a photo),
  • notice on relevant upcoming meetings, workshops, seminars,
  • announcement of training courses and exchange opportunities for students and PhD students,
  • relevant job advertisements,
  • other important information you would like to share.

You are invited to send your contributions to Katja Laute (katja.laute@geofieldlab.com) by 15 November 2020.


First GeoNorth Conference

The first GeoNorth conference was held virtually on 1-2 October 2020. You can find the volume of abstracts and the scientific conference report here:


The first GeoNorth newsletter

Find the first GeoNorth newsletter from June 2020 here:


IAG Affiliation

Check out our GeoNorth poster and the IAG approval letter:


Stay updated about recent GeoNorth activities on our Twitter page:


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