Monthly Archives: July 2015

INQUA 2015

IMG_1050The XIX INQUA Congress has just begun in Nagoya Japan, graced this morning by their majesties the Emperor and Empress of Japan. See the website for information about the conference and link to the Programme Book (it’s a fairly big PDF file) to see what the scientific sessions and talks are all about.

I have a poster on Wednesday in Session S08 Innovative Development and Applications in Quaternary Geochronology about the portable luminescence reader ‘Rapid age assessment in the Namib Sand Sea using a portable luminescence reader’  and a talk on Saturday  at 10.00 in Session T02 Palaeohydrology and fluvial archives (the last talk in the session) ‘Unsaturated zones as archives of past climates: a review of progress in providing a novel proxy for dryland continental regions’. 

QRA logoMany thanks to the QRA for an INQUA Congress Fund award that has helped toward my attendance of this conference.

INQUA Congress Fund