19.07 - 20.07.2004
Nairobi, Kenya

The START-PAGES Scientific Steering Committee noted that the African palaeoclimate community is not “visible enough” in the international arena as a cohesive and well-networked unit. The scientists tend to work in isolation, have serious research funding and related travel constraints, and generally lack both a medium and forum within which they can interact and exchange information both regionally and internationally. Yet, Africa still remains one of the regions about which much more information is required if we are to better our present understanding of the earth’s palaeoclimate and palaeoenvironment, and contribute to a better understanding of earth system function.

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