Just touching bases: Looks great. There is an
outside chance that I will attend...pending
whether I can take sabbatical (will know in
>Continental Tectonics ˆ the Peach and Horne meeting May 2007, Ullapool.
>The PROVISIONAL list of accepted poster and oral contributions for the meeting
>is now available from the meeting website at the Geological Society.
>We will put together a detailed programme in the
>New Year but you'll be able to
>get a flavour of the range of subjects and the nature of some of the debates
>that will follow both in the conference halls
>and in the field. We believe that
>there is an intriguing mix of contributions that
>cover a host of tectonic issues
>and have global coverage.
>Speakers ˆ talk slots are of the standard TSG/AGU duration of 15 minutes
>(including specific discussion time, so plan to talk for 12 minutes maximum).
>Each session will have a brief scene-setting and a general discussion period
>led by each session chair.
>Posters ˆ we will give you guidance on sizes etc in the New Year.
>Our apologies to those of you who requested talks. As ever, we had too many
>offers of oral presentations and so we have had to be selective. We will
>maximise the impact of posters by integrating
>catering arrangements with poster
>venues and giving prime-time access.
>Reminder: privileged registration for
>early-notified participants closes on 15th
>December. Open registration is available to all from then (we have some spaces
>remaining). Contact the Geological Society (website above) for more
>See you in the NW Highlands!
>Rob Butler, Bob Holdsworth, Maarten Krabbendam, Rick Law and Rob Strachan.
Mark R. Handy
Professor of Geology
Dept. of Earth Sciences
Freie Universität Berlin
Tel: +49-(0)30-838-70311 (-70694 Sec)
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