In the August newsletter, PAGES is calling for nominations for the Early-Career Award (ECA), opening the webform to make sure you can sign up to receive your hard copy of the next PAGES Magazine on ice cores and new developments in analytical techniques, as well as reminding you about the 9th PAG
In the PAGES June newsletter, we would like to remind the community of a few upcoming deadlines and announce the location for the next Open Science Meeting (OSM) and Young Scientists Meeting (YSM) in 2025.
In the PAGES May newsletter, we are thrilled to announce that the latest volume of the Past Global Changes Magazine on "Advancing past socio-environmental systems science" is available to read online. There is a still a possibility to order a hard copy via the webform by 26 May.
In the April edition of the PAGES newsletter, we remind anyone interested in receiving a hard copy of the upcoming issue of the Past Global Changes Magazine on "Advancing past socio-environmental systems science" to update postal address details if you wish to receive a hard copy.
In the March edition of the PAGES newsletter, you can read about working group news, with a number of upcoming deadlines.
In the PAGES February newsletter, we welcome our new Science Officer, and remind everyone who is interested in learning more about PAGES working group activities to register for the PAGES symposium by 4 May. This is a free event, but registration is mandatory.
It’s 2023 and PAGES hopes that everyone has had a peaceful and positive start to the new year. In the first PAGES newsletter of the new year, we would like to highlight the upcoming deadline for contributions to Past Global Changes Horizons Magazine on 31 January.
While some important PAGES deadlines are just around the corner, including PAGES support applications and new working group proposals, Early-Career Award nominations and expressions of interest to host the 2025 OSM and YSM, this month’s newsletter announces a change in the PAGES
In this month’s PAGES newsletter, we are keeping things shorter than usual due to the current Young Scientists Meeting, upcoming Open Science Meeting and annual Scientific Steering Committee meeting.