Palaeoclimate: reducing the uncertainties - 6-9 July 2004, Utrecht, The Netherlands

May 13, 2004

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.
  • Interglacial
  • 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

    More information is available in the

    preliminary programme (pdf).

    Participants are kindly requested to fill in the

    registration form.

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