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Tweeting about the forthcoming INQUA Congress in Dublin, 25-31st July, 2019
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GeoConnect3d Aug 23
New in our blog: Brian McConnell () tells about his experience at , the realisation that Quaternary geology cannot be taken for granted when thinking of structural framework and geomanifestations & hopes of a clean energy future: ➡️
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IAET SB RAS & NA Project Aug 5
is finished, our guys came back home. It was nice to present talks at IUP session ( E. Rybin, N. Belousova, G. Pavlenok) and at lacustrine sediments (N. Rudaya). We finished INQUA with nice excursion. thanks to and
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Geological Survey NI Aug 4
We joined the today at as part of their post-congress fieldtrip for . This 4-day trip explores the Late Quaternary landscape evolution, palaeoenvironments and human occupation in the north of the island of Ireland and was led by .
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Sam Roberson Aug 3
More great sediment exposures on the fieldtrip to the Mournes
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Sam Roberson Aug 3
Day 3 on the post congress fieldtrip to the Mournes & Jon Merritt explains McCabe's glaciomarine hypothesis for Irish Sea glaciation & our reinterpretation of the marvellous sections here
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Graeme Warren Aug 2
shows trip the Belderg harbour glaciomarine sequences.
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Geological Survey BE Aug 2
Congratulations to members Qiuzhen Yin (Sir Nicholas Shackleton Medal outstanding young Quaternary scientist) and Exc Director and past prezident Marie-France Loutre (INQUA Distinguished Service Medal) and Amaelle Landais (Shackleton Medal)
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Sam Roberson Aug 2
Another successful day on the post Glaciation of the Mournes fieldtrip 😀
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Graeme Warren Aug 2
Prof Seamas Caulfield in Belderg with Heaney's poem about Belderg. post congress trip.
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Sam Roberson Aug 2
explaining some of the intricacies of cosmic rays in relation to dating moraine boulders in the Annalong Valley on Day 2 of the fieldtrip to the Mournes
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William Gosling Aug 2
Two things learned about INQUA () at (1) there is a palm tree 'hidden' in the middle of the snowflake logo, (2) it is easy to get involved by joining the commissions:
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Graeme Warren Aug 1
- post congress trip to North Mayo. Prof Seamas Caulfield about to step back in time at Ceide Fields.
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Mark Cooper Aug 1
what mysteries wait for post congress field trip lead by today? Will our glacial geologists sweep down to the sea?
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SteveMcCarron Aug 1
Literally 'stepping back in time' at Ceide Fields with Seamus Caulfield on Post:Arch 1 field trip
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SASQUA Jul 31
Thanks for an amazing conference! For all those researchers working in southern Africa please join the SASQUA community
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INQUA Early Career Researchers Jul 31
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Dr S. Yoshi Maezumi Jul 31
Congratulations the new Secretary of the Coastal and Marine Processes Commission.
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Replying to @INQUADUB19
“But glad to have sat under thunder and rain with you, and grateful too for sunlight on the garden” (Louis MacNiece, 1937)
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Replying to @INQUADUB19
As we’re Irish, we have to end with a quote from an Irish poet. We are sad to go, but...... 2/
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INQUA DUBLIN 2019 Jul 31
Time for us to go. We’d like to say a big, big thank you to all our twitter followers, who have helped make this Congress so fabulous for us 1/
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