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2nd Call to Join - Palaeo-DCN: Developing Country Palaeoscience Network

The Palaeo-DCN is a new initiative that seeks to develop community, representation and resources for Developing Country Researchers (DCRs) from all disciplines of the Quaternary palaeosciences. Inherently global, the palaeosciences encompass all aspects of past climate change, ecology and environmental and human evolution. However, economic inequalities can result in researchers from developing countries lacking the infrastructure necessary to learn the skills and access the support required to develop their own research or participate in international projects.Following our first call for participation in the Developing Country Palaeoscience Network (Palaeo-DCN), more than 250 researchers have joined. This is a very promising start. We here encourage those who haven’t joined to take the opportunity now, and for those who have joined to share this call with their colleagues who may not have received it directly. Greater participation will allow for greater representation, and will allow the Palaeo-DCN to more effectively meet its goals.

Following the first call for participation in the Developing Country Palaeoscience Network (Palaeo-DCN), more than 250 researchers have joined. This is a very promising start. Those who have not yet joined, are encouraged to do so, and/or to share the call with friends and colleagues. "Greater participation will allow for greater representation, and will allow the Palaeo-DCN to more effectively meet its goals.""

The Palaeo-DCN is a new initiative that seeks to develop community, representation and resources for Developing Country Researchers (DCRs) from all disciplines of the Quaternary palaeosciences. 

Inherently global, the palaeosciences encompass all aspects of past climate change, ecology and environmental and human evolution. However, economic inequalities can result in researchers from developing countries lacking the infrastructure necessary to learn the skills and access the support required to develop their own research or participate in international projects.

Please visit the Palaeo-DCN website for more information: https://palaeo-dcn.org/
To join, please complete the form here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdDAriLH9X-b7NUumtct4s7KEkFILsuxS70xA_NMcEfwR37EQ/viewform