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AWARD NAGOYA 2015

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AIQUA Associazione Italiana per lo Studio del Quaternario

L’Associazione Italiana per lo Studio del Quaternario (AIQUA) raccoglie studiosi provenienti sia dal mondo accademico che professionale, accomunati da un interesse nello studio delle epoche più recenti della storia della Terra, il Pleistocene e l’Olocene.

Nell’associazione sono attivi ricercatori di settori diversi, tra cui la geologia, la geomorfologia, la paleontologia, la geocronologia, l’archeologia, la paleoclimatologia e la paleoecologia.

L’AIQUA:
  • rappresenta l’organizzazione italiana di riferimento per lo studio dell’evoluzione del Quaternario, del clima e delle modificazioni del territorio intercorse in questo periodo;
  • promuove gli studi attraverso la rivista "AMQ - Alpine and Mediterranean Quaternary", già “Il Quaternario - Italian Journal of Quaternary Sciences” e l’organizzazione di conferenze, scuole estive ed escursioni sul terreno;
  • è il referente italiano dell’INQUA – International Union for Quaternary Research;
  • è affiliata GEOITALIA, Federazione Italiana di Scienze della Terra Onlus.
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AIQUA – Associazione Italiana per lo Studio del Quaternario (www.aiqua.it)

announces a competition for the assignment of

TWO AWARDS 1
to support the participation of early career researchers to the

XIX INQUA Congress (Nagoya, Japan, 27 July - 2 August 2015)



The call is open to non tenured researchers, scholarship holders and research fellows. One award is reserved to researchers holding Italian nationality.

Each prize will be awarded to the first author (who must be also corresponding author) of the best work submitted for publication in the AIQUA journal, AMQ - Alpine and Mediterranean Quaternary, and presented at the 2015 INQUA Congress (either oral or poster communication).

The paper should concern the Quaternary history (climate, biodiversity, sea level change, human-environment interaction) and evolution of the Mediterranean Basin and surrounding regions.

Each prize consists in a bonus of up to € 1500 to cover documented costs of participation to the INQUA Congress (e.g. flight tickets, congress registration, accommodation).

The winners will be selected on the basis of the evaluation of papers submitted to AMQ by a jury, composed by the editor-in-chief of AMQ and two members of the international geoscientific community2.


 


Deadlines

 

December 20th 2014                  submission of title + abstract

December 23th 2014                  AIQUA communication of acceptance

February 15th 2015                    submission of the manuscript to AMQ

February 25th 2015                    communication of results

 


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1 Both awards are reserved to AIQUA members (AIQUA receives affiliation requests from candidates).

2 If none of presented works will be judged eligible, the prize will be re-assigned for the next relevant international conference (e.g. IGC, EGU, AGU).

 

 

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AIQUA CONGRESS 2015
First circular

"THE PLIO-PLEISTOCENE CONTINENTAL RECORD IN ITALY: HIGHLIGHTS ON
STRATIGRAPHY AND NEOTECTONICS”

February 24-26, 2015 - Torino, Italy

Organised by
AIQUA - Associazione Italiana per lo Studio del Quaternario
Università degli Studi di Torino - Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra
CNR - Istituto di Geoscienze e Georisorse

In honour of Francesco Carraro

The congress is devoted to yield updates on major researches concerning the
stratigraphy of Plio-Pleistocene Italian continental records and new data on
neotectonic deformations

Organizing committee
Maria Gabriella Forno (UniTO-DST), Franco Gianotti (UniTO-DST),
Giovanni Monegato (CNR-IGG)

Scientific committee
Adele Bertini (UniFI-DST), Gianfranco Fioraso (CNR-IGG), Maria Gabriella
Forno (UniTO-DST), Marco Gattiglio (UniTO-DST), Franco Gianotti (UniTODST),
Marco Giardino (UniTO-DST), Andrea Irace (CNR-IGG), Susan Ivy-Ochs
(ETH-Zurich), Stefania Lucchesi (CNR-IRPI, UniTO-DST), Paolo Mozzi (UniPDDG),
Giovanni Monegato (CNR-IGG), Maria Rita Palombo (UniRoma1
Sapienza- DST)

Further informations in the attached pdf file

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