58th Irish Geological Research Meeting 2015
Ulster Museum, Belfast
The 58th Irish Geological Research Meeting will be held in the Ulster Museum, Belfast, over the weekend of 20-22 February 2015. Registration, as always, is free.
On Friday evening Tori Herridge, dwarf elephant expert and well-known mammoth dissector, will deliver a lecture on "How to make a Dwarf Mammoth" in the Kier Building of QUB.
On Saturday evening Val Troll will be speaking about recent work on the British and Irish Palaeogene Igneous Province.
General sessions over the two days will finish by 3.30 on Sunday in time to catch the 4p.m. train to Dublin and beyond.
If you wish to present a talk or poster, then send an abstract by 23 January, specifying talk or poster. Abstracts should be in the style of the template below, preferably with the main body of the abstract no more than 200 words.
As always, talks and posters should have an Irish connection, i.e. on a topic relevant to Ireland or carried out within an Irish organisation. Speakers will be allocated 15 minutes maximum. If there are too many talks offered, then preference will be given to new speakers and/or significantly new research.
Posters should be standard A1 size (59 x 84cm) and ideally portrait format, but we will endeavour to accommodate exceptions.
S.Klough1 (firstname.lastname@example.org) and N.E.Wunnelse2
1 Department of Natural Sciences, University of Life.
2 School of Environmental Sciences, University of the Back of Beyond.
Abstract text. Use Times New Roman. No more than 200 words.
The conference dinner on the Saturday evening will be in the Ulster Museum and cost of the order of £20/€25, payable on arrival. If you would like to come to the dinner then let us know when you register.
We will try to acknowledge each e-mail quickly. If you do not receive a response within a few days then resend the e-mail.
If you know of anyone who may not have receive this e-mail or does not have access to the internet (!), then let them know and ask them to contact Mike Simms, who is coordinating registration and abstracts, via snail mail (to National Museums Northern Ireland, Cultra, Holywood, Co. Down BT18 0EU) or leave a message and contact number at 028 9039 5242.
Mark Cooper, GSNI
Marie Cowan, GSNI
Jenny McKinley, QUB
Alastair Ruffell, QUB
Mike Simms, Ulster Museum