AGU Chapman Conference on the Exploration and Study of Antarctic Subglacial Aquatic Environments (SAE)
Baltimore, Maryland USA
15–17 March 2010
The objectives of the conference are two-fold: first, to communicate to the wider community the most recent results and share expertise in planning subglacial aquatic environment (SAE) exploration programs. Secondly, to bring together a diverse group of experts that might not otherwise collaborate or interact to broaden the interdisciplinary nature of all aspects of SAE research. The conference will bridge existing knowledge to future research and will be a benchmark for SAE exploration and study. A longer-term objective is to create a sustainable, vibrant, and growing community of SAE researchers and enthusiasts.
The deadline for Abstract Submissions has passed.
Robin Bell, LDEO, Columbia University (USA)
Jemma Wadham, University of Bristol (UK)
Kay Bidle, Rutgers, The State University New Jersey (USA)
Sergey Bulat, Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute (Russia)
The conveners are applying for travel support for students, early career scientists, and under represented groups. If travel funds become available an announcement will be widely circulated.
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