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3rd INQUA-PAGES ECR workshop: TROPQUA 2024

The PAGES Early-Career Network (ECN) and INQUA Early-Career Researchers are thrilled to announce the 3rd INQUA-PAGES ECR workshop on "Tropical hydroclimate variability in the Quaternary: Insights from proxies and models, and the way forward".

The workshop will be taking place in Goa, India, from 3–7 November.


The tropics play a significant role in the Earth’s climate system, controlling global heat and precipitation distribution through large-scale climatic phenomena. Understanding the spatiotemporal variability of tropical hydroclimate in the past can aid future climate predictions, essential for sustaining a habitable Earth.

Our collective knowledge of the tropical Quaternary climatic events is based on climate proxies and models. However, integration and comparison of proxy data with models in Quaternary climate studies is not common practice and often pursued in isolation. Interdisciplinary collaborations between researchers working on these aspects will help us redirect our future efforts towards adopting a more open and cohesive approach to hydroclimate studies. 

A limited number of travel grants are available for ECRs for registration and/or travel support. 

The organizing commitee comprising Sudhir Bhadra (Indian Institute of Science, India), Aditi K. Dave (Babeş-Bolyai University, Romania), Syed Azharuddin (Nagoya University, Japan), Udita Mukherjee (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA), Ignacio Jara (University of Tarapacá, Chile), Opeyemi Adewumi (University of Coimbra, Portugal), Michaela Falkenroth (Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany), Thejasino Suokhrie (CSIR- National Institute of Oceanography, India), Angela Effiom (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa) welcome ECRs and look forward to a successful workshop. 

Further information

Visit the TROPQUA 2024 website for more details or email

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