The notifications to presenting authors confirming their specific date and time of presentation will be communicated the 20 August 2016.
Second Draft Preliminary programme is being updated per theme as the SPC signs them off.
The detailed draft day by day programme for each theme is being announced as it is being collated. These are still preliminary and will be finalised by the 20 August.
As this is the Second draft, please note that where there are abstract presenters not yet registered, these have now been removed from the programme.
Once removed, you will not be included in the abstracts or the programme. If your co-author is presenting, please contact the secretariat urgently to confirm and advise so that your paper can be moved to the correct presenter. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries or if you have in the interim managed to secure finances and registered.
To view the detailed programme, click here.
Meteorites from Morocco: an important implication in Meteoritics and Planetary Sciences improvement
Review of Criteria for the Identification of Impact Structures on Earth
|31ST MAY 2015||Additional symposium proposals must now be submitted directly to the theme champions (Please be sure to include the name of the proposer, seconder and short motivation).|
1ST JULY 2015 -
31ST JANUARY 2016
|Call for abstracts|
|31ST MARCH 2016||Notifications of acceptance|
With the recent increase in the exploration of the planets and solar system bodies, Planetary Geoscience is one of the fastest-growing branches of the geosciences. Different topics of research are covered, among others: study of extraterrestrial matter (e.g. meteorites and their impact processes), research and exploration of other planets and moons (e.g. Mars, Europa, Titan), the characterization of terrestrial analogues (e.g. extreme environments, Río Tinto, Antarctica) and also some specific palaeoenvironmental and habitability studies linking geo- and biomarkers for the search for life beyond Earth. The exploration forand discovery of exoplanets is another fast-developing branch of Planetary Geoscience. Ground-breaking research in the evolution of planets, solar-system bodies and exoplanets is delivering very interesting results. Symposia and papers covering all aspects of the recent advances in this field of the geosciences are invited.
For a list of the Abstracts that have been ACCEPTED UNDER THIS THEME CLICK HERE ➤
The following symposium proposals have already been submitted: