Brussels, 12 May 2004
This conference will be hosted by the Utrecht Centre of Geosciences, on 6-9 July 2004 at Utrecht University, the Netherlands. It will be organised in the following seven sessions:
- The thermohaline circulation in a warm world.
- Deglaciation, Greenland - Antarctica. Does it happen?
- Frequency of extreme events. Human activity impact. (Hydrology signal clearer than temperature, 3000 years)
- The carboncycle in the past
- Methane, last ice age. (New isotopic methods). Hydrates from ice and ocean records.
- Medieval warming
The scientific coordination is organised by the programme committee:
Prof. Sir N. Shackleton, Cambridge University, United Kingdom
Prof. A. Berger, UCL, Belgium
Prof. L. Starkel, Krakau University
Prof. H. von Storch/Dr E Zorita, GKSS, Germany
Prof. K. Briffa, UEA, United Kingdom
Prof. J. Oerlemans, UU, the Netherlands
Dr. D. Raynaud, Research Dir, CNRS LGGE, France
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