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Please find below a list of known meetings from other bodies. Help us to help you! Send announcements of forthcoming meetings to: firstname.lastname@example.org International Cave Bear Symposium Leiden, Hellevoetsluis and Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 9 - 13 September 2015
The focus of this symposium is on all aspects of Pleistocene carnivores, from anatomy and taxonomy to ancient DNA and isotopes. The symposium includes a field-trip and visits to several important collections.
Please see the website for further information: http://icbs2015.pleistocenemammals.com/.Advanced Course in Jurassic-Cretaceous-Cenozoic Organic-Walled Dinoflagellate Cysts Heidelberg, Germany, 13 - 19 September 2015
The course will focus on morphology, stratigraphy and palaeoecology. An excursion will take you to the UNESCO World Heritage site at Lake Messel quarry, an Eocene lake deposit. Following the course there will be a special workshop in which the latest developments on Arctic and Nordic dinocyst biostratigraphy will be presented.
The complex interrelationships between fire and mankind transcend international borders and disciplinary boundaries. The spectre of climate change highlights the need to improve our understanding of these relationships across space and time. This meeting will examine historical, evolutionary and biophysical tensions inherent in the fire-climate-society nexus to advance the international, interdisciplinary science necessary to address contemporary and future fire challenges.
The meeting is free but registration is essential: https://royalsociety.org/events/2015/09/fire-and-mankind/. For any other information, please email: email@example.com.CIMP 2015 Bergen, Norway, 16 - 18 September 2015
This meeting will bring together specialists in Paleozoic palynology. There is a one-day excursion planned to examine the Lower Paleozoic rocks in the Oslo area on Wednesday 16 September.
Please see the website for more details: http://cimp.weebly.com/next-meetings.html.RALI 2015: The Rise of Animal Life - Cambrian and Ordovician biodiversification events Marrakesh, Morocco, 5 - 9 October 2015
More than 500 million years ago the emergence of animals marked a turning point in the evolution of life on Earth, giving rise to present-day biodiversity and ecosystems. This international conference will focus on this crucial event, especially its timing, possible processes and causes, with special emphasis on the relationships between the Cambrian Explosion and the subsequent Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event.
The conference will be held in the captivating city of Marrakesh, offering an ideal setting for this scientific gathering. A special symposium dedicated to aspects of promoting geological heritage will be held in conjunction with the conference and will highlight associated educational, cultural and socio-economic issues.
A post-conference field-trip offers participants the opportunity to visit fossil localities near Zagora, where the Lower Ordovician Fezouata Biota was discovered.
For more information see the website: www.fstg-marrakech.ac.ma/rali2015/.SVP 75th Annual Meeting Dallas, USA, 14 - 17 October 2015
The 75th anniversary meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology will be held in Dallas, Texas, USA. The conference will cover all areas of vertebrate palaeontology, including fish, tetrapods, amphibians and many more related topics.
Registration is now open, see: http://vertpaleo.org/Annual-Meeting/Home.aspx.AASP-The Palynological Society Annual Meeting 2015 Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 1 - 4 November 2015
This year's annual meeting is part of the Geological Society of America (GSA) Annual Meeting. AASP-TPS is the lead sponsor for four sessions, all of which have co-sponsorship from allied organisations. AASP-TPS is also co-sponsor of three additional sessions. These AASP-TPS-supported sessions are on topics including The Role of Paleontology in Geologic Mapping (poster session, the rest listed here are oral), Palynology, Timing of the Origins and Evolution of Unicellular Eukaryotes, Integration of Microfossils and Sedimentology in Stratigraphic Analysis, Global Climate Events and Deposition of Organic Rich Shales through Time, and Paleoecological Patterns, Ecological Processes and Modeled Scenarios. In addition to the technical sessions, AASP-TPS is sponsoring two field trips and two social events.
Conference registration, housing, AASP-TPS business luncheon registration, and abstracts will be handled by GSA through their website, see: http://community.geosociety.org/gsa2015/home. Abstract submission deadline 11 August.The Micropalaeontological Society Annual General Meeting 2015 University of Liverpool, UK, 16 - 17 November 2015
This year's annual meeting in Liverpool has the theme "Rock to Clock: the importance of microfossils". The importance of microfossils in fundamental and applied biostratigraphy, looking into biodiversity, evolution and geological indicators will be discussed by the keynote speakers including Phil Gibbard, Vanessa Bowman, Simonetta Monechi and Mike Simmons. Open session posters and talks are particularly encouraged from students and early career researchers.
For more information see the website: www.tmsoc.org.17th International Bryozoology Conference Melbourne Museum, Victoria, Australia, 10 - 15 April 2016
There will be a Pre-Conference Excursion (Tasmania) and a Post-Conference Excursion (Great Ocean Road to Adelaide), which will include a lot of geological and fossil sites.
Registration is now open for this Conference on the scientific study of non-marine arthropods and amber. The Conference is usually held every three years and this is the first time that it will be held in the UK. It comprises a Reception at the Royal Society of Edinburgh, three days of lectures at the National Museum of Scotland (Edinburgh) and two optional days of field-work to Palaeozoic non-marine arthropod sites.
To be added to the mailing list and receive the 2nd Circular with instructions on how to register, please e-mail Dr Andrew Ross (firstname.lastname@example.org).4th International Congress on Ichnology (Ichnia 2016) Idanha-a-Nova, Portugal, 6 - 9 May 2016
Ichnia 2016 is jointly organised by the International Ichnological Association, the Geopark Naturtejo da Meseta Meridional, UNESCO Global Geopark, and the National Museum of Natural History and Science of the University of Lisbon. Pre-, intra- and post-congress field-trips are proposed to ichnosites throughout the Iberian Peninsula.
Oral and poster presentations are both welcome! Ichnia 2016 call for abstracts opens 15th of August 2015, for details see: http://ichnia2016.org/.6th Symposium on Mesozoic and Cenozoic Decapod Crustaceans Villers-Sur-Mer, Normandy, France, 14 - 18 June 2016
The symposium will be held at the Paleospace-l'Odyssee, Museum of Palaeontology and the cinema, both located in the centre of Villers-sur-Mer. Poster and oral presentations will be followed by field-trips to the Callovian-Oxfordian cliffs of the "Vaches Noirs", Bajocian stratotype and Bathonian Confessionnaux; parts of the Normandy landings locations, a trip to the Cenomanian hard-grounds of Petreval, and the Etretat cliffs which attracted Courbet and Monet. English and French will be the official languages of the conference. Talks will be 30 minutes long including discussion. The area is popular with tourists, so accommodation should be booked early.
Please contact the organiser, Sylvain Charbonnier (email@example.com) for the First Circular, which includes more details about the venue and symposium. Registration deadline 1 September 2015.XIV Annual Meeting of the European Association of Vertebrate Palaeontologists (EAVP) Haarlem, The Netherlands, 6 - 9 July 2016
More information will be available soon. Please check the EAVP website for updates: http://www.eavp.org/.Palaeo Down Under 2 (PDU2) Adelaide, Australia, 11 - 15 July 2016
Australasian Palaeontologists cordially invites all palaeontologists from Australia, New Zealand and around the world to participate in PDU2 in Adelaide, South Australia, in the first half of July 2016. A full conference programme is proposed, covering all aspects of palaeontology and associated disciplines. Dedicated symposia on the Ediacaran and Cambrian systems will be a highlight of the programme, under the auspices of the respective International Subcommissions on Stratigraphy, focussing on recent rapid advances in our understanding in these areas. The conference will include guest keynote lectures, general and thematic sessions, symposia and posters.
The conference will be preceded by a field excursion to Ediacaran and Cambrian fossil localities in the renowned Flinders Ranges to the north of Adelaide, and will also feature the Emu Bay Shale Konservat-Lagerst?tte on Kangaroo Island, south of Adelaide. A half-day mid-conference field excursion will be arranged to a location of international geological interest in the vicinity of Adelaide. A post-conference camping-style excursion to Mesozoic and/or Cenozoic fossil localities in the arid Lake Eyre Basin is also under consideration, pending number of interested participants.
For further information, please see the conference website: http://aap.gsa.org.au/PDU2.html.9th International Meeting of the Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution Diamante, Argentina, 1 - 5 August 2016
The meeting will be hosted by and held at the Centro de Investigaciones Cientficas y Transferencia de Tecnologia a la Produccion de Diamante (CICYTTP-CONICET).
The First Circular and the Registration Form will be available in the near future at: www.cicyttp.org.ar/sape2016.html.Joint Meeting of the TSOP, AASP and ICCP Houston, Texas, USA, 18 - 23 September 2016
This is the first joint meeting of these three related geological, geochemical and biological societies: The Society for Organic Petrology (TSOP), AASP - The Palynological Society, and the International Commission for Coal and Organic Petrology (ICCP).
The purpose of this joint meeting is to discuss the close relationships between organic petrology and palynology, to foster thoughtful discussion and address issues that may be of benefit to furthering the respective sciences. Key themes to be addressed during joint activities include palynofacies and source rock assessment.
More details will be available in the near future.14th International Palynological Congress and the 10th International Organization of Palaeobotanists Congress (IPC XIV/ IOPC X 2016) Salvador, Brazil, late September - early October 2016
Local organizers are planning the congress to occur after the Olympics in Brazil. Further details to come.DINO11 EPOC Laboratory, Bordeaux University, Bordeaux, France
Further details to come.