Extended deadline abstracts!
We have had some questions about submission of abstracts, and are now extending the deadline to October 20th to make sure that all have time to submit their abstracts.
The Geological Society of Norway and The University of Oslo are happy to invite to the 34th Nordic Geological Winter Meeting (NGWM20)!
The meeting will take place January 8th-10th at the University of Oslo.
We are expecting 500 geoscientist from all the Nordic countries when we open the doors on UiO's campus at Blindern for the NGWM20.
The meeting is an arena for all disciplines in the field of geoscience, with the goal to contribute to knowledge sharing, networking, inspiration and professional fulfilment.
Here you will meet geoscientists from all parts of society - academia, research institutes, industry, government, the school administration and others.
And it is now possible to both submit abstracts and register for the event!
The NGWM20 web site is now open for registration and abstract submission. (We particularly welcome contributions from students and scientists at all stages of their careers).
NGWM20 will be a superb opportunity to discuss ideas, reach out to colleagues and make new contacts across national boundaries.
The extended deadline for submitting abstracts is October 20th. The abstract should be written in English in Calibri 11pt with line spacing 1,0 and it must not exceed 400 words. Word files only!
And it is of course possible to submit more than one abstract!
If you are planning a poster presentation, the poster should be printed in A0 portrait format, 841mm*1188mm.
To submit abstract:
The registration for participation are now possible. There will be an early-bird registration until November 30th.
19 topics have been suggested for the NGWM20. From these sessions there will be made sub-sessions according to what subjects are submitted in the abstracts.
The sessions are:
- Climate change and the earth system
- Geodynamics, astrogeology and planetology
With sub-session: Climate change and landslides in the artic and sub-arctic
- Geoheritage and geotourism
- Geoscience education
- Hydrogeology and environmental geology
- Igneous rocks and processes
- Marine geoscience
- Metamorphic rocks and processes
- Mineralogy and geochemistry
- Nordic mineral resources. Mineral resources onshore-offshore
- Palaeontology and evolution of life
- Petroleum Geology and geophysics
- Quarternary geology
- Tectonics and structural geology
- The Caledonides and Fennoscandian
- Urban geology
- Volcanic rocks; Understanding their processes and products
To read more about the sessions:
It will be possible to book hotel through the Thon Hotels. All the hotels are in the center of Oslo.
Link til accommodation:
The Geological Society of Norway and The University of Oslo are looking forward seeing you in January!
We are very grateful for the support from:
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