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13th International Paleolimnology Symposium (IPS2015)

(Second Circulation)

Dear colleagues

       We are happy to announce that the conference's official website for 13th International Paleolimnology Symposium (IPS2015, August 4-7, 2015 in Lanzhou, China) has been launched. The address is ips2015.cn, please pass on this information to your colleagues and students.

       Over the past several months, the local organizers and all Chinese paleolimnologists have been working hard to organizing the symposium. To date, we have set up 20 special sessions as proposed by domestic and international scientists, covering all of the aspects in paleolimnological research. We also approved two pre-symposium workshops to be held on August 3 2015, one for early career scientists, another for aquatic transitions - a past global changes (PAGES) working group. In addition, the IPS2015 organizing committee will provide up to 20 grants for students and young scientists, which will cover their registration fees.

 

       Registration payments, abstract submissions, and hotel reservation will be made online, please visit our website ips2015.cn for further details such as prices and deadlines. You can also find all other information there, including special sessions, workshops, grants, field excursions, accommodations, travel information, etc.

       Here we specially remind you to pay attention to the SESSIONS and the IMPORTANT DATES.

Special Sessions for IPS2015:

Session

Title

Conveners

1

General Paleolimnology (Environmental Change, Recovery)

Catherine Dalton & Yan Zhao 

2

Lake Sediments as Recorders of Human-Environment Interactions

Aubrey Hillman & Mark Abbott

3

Climate and Environmental Changes in Arid Central Asia and its Adjacent Area: Quaternary Lake Records and Current Trends

Fahu Chen, Steffen Mischke, Chengjun Zhang & Cheng Zhao

4

Progress and New Advances from Lake Drilling for Paleoclimate Records

Steve M. Colman

5

Asian Monsoon Evolution and Dynamics as Recorded from Lake Sediments

Ji Shen & Jule Xiao

6

From Lakes to Peatlands: Peat-based Proxies for Environmental Reconstructions

Zicheng Yu

7

Late Quaternary Climate-Critical Zone Processes: Lacustrine Sediment Geochemical Proxies

Selvaraj Kandasamy

8

New Advances in Applied Stable Isotopes

Virginia Panizzo & Jonathan Holmes

9

Stable Isotopes in Paleoenvironmental Reconstructions: Carbon Cycling, Nutrients, and Food Webs

Maarten van Hardenbroek

10

Recent Advances of Biomarkers and their Applications in Paleolimnology

Zhonghui Liu & Juzhi Hou

11

Paleolimnological Perspective on Climatic and Environmental Changes from Tibetan and Alpine Lakes

Liping Zhu, Antje Schwalb, & Gerhard Daut

12

Late Quaternary Chronology of Luminescence and radiocarbon dating for lacustrine sediments

Zhongping Lai, David Madsen, & Jan-Pieter Buylaert

13

Biological Proxy Evidence of Ecological and Environmental Changes, and Quantitative Reconstruction Methods (Including Pollen, Diatom, Chironomids, Ostracods, Cladocera, etc.)

Xiangdong Yang, Jiawu Zhang , & Xuhui Dong

14

Putting the Ecology into Paleoecology: Going Beyond Transfer Functions

Carl Sayer & Helen Bennion

15

Integrating Lake Sediment and Other Records as a Foundation for Understanding the Functioning of Regional Social-Ecological Systems

John A. Dearing & Peter Gell

16

Land-Sea-Human Interactions as Inferred from Historical Documents, Models, and Proxy Records

Karl Ljung, Anne B. Nielsen, Wenxin Ning, Zhaohui Zhang, & Helena Filipsson

17

Priority Issues in Paleolimnology: Ecosystem Processes & Biogeochemical Cycling

Anson W. Mackay, Ambroise Baker, & Alistair Seddon

18

Climatic, Environmental, and Ecological Changes in Polar and High-latitude Regions

John Smol

19

Global Warming and Its Impact Recorded by High-resolution Paleolimnology

Patrick Rioual, & Guoqiang Chu

20

Paleolimnology and Lake Ecology in Southeastern Asia

Hucai Zhang, Guangjie Chen, Caiming Shen, & Bernd Wuennemann

Important Dates:

Abstract submission:

       November 20 2014: start for abstract submission

       June 30 2015: deadline for abstract submission

Registration fee:

       November 20 2014: start for accepting registration fee

       April 30 2015: deadline for early bird registration

       June 30 2015:  deadline for regular registration

Accommodation:

       November 20 2014: start for hotel reservation

       June 30 2015: deadline for hotel reservation

Grant Application

       March 31 2015: deadline for grant applications

 

If you have any other questions and suggestions, or if you need any help, please feel free to email:

fhchen-ips2015@lzu.edu.cn.  

 

Prof. Cheng Zhao and Prof. Jiawu Zhang,  Secretary General of IPS2015

 

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