28.07 - 03.08.2007
Cairns, Australia
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Every four years the international Quaternary community gathers together for the INQUA (International Union for Quaternary Research) Congress. This is the largest gathering of its kind of Quaternary researchers. Session themes are broad, and such diverse topics as paleoclimate, archeology, glaciology, the carbon cycle and environmental reconstruction are covered.

PAGES co-sponsored sessions:

1. Land-atmosphere-ocean linkages during past climatic changes

2. Past 2000 years in the Southern Hemisphere

3. Human-environment interactions during the Holocene—a regional approach

4. Mangrove tree rings: A proxy for high-resolution environmental changes

Abstract deadline: 31 January 2007

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Post-meeting material

The workshop report associated with this conference (above) is for the PAGES and US NSF supported research session on mangrove paleoecology.