Inqua Rome congress – seeking abstract submissions
Inqua is the International Union for Quaternary research and its aim is to contribute to the development of Quaternary science worldwide, by promoting international scientific collaborations.
Every 4 years, Inqua organizes a general congress and the next one will be held in Rome in July 2023. Our group is active since a while in Inqua activities: Alessandro Michetti has been president of the Terpro (Terrestrial Processes) commission, while during the current intercongress period (2019-2023), Franz Livio is leading the Edith project and Francesca Ferrario is Early Career Representative for Terpro and has been chair of the ECR Committee in 2019-2021.
In the Rome congress, we will be active on multiple fronts as well: we invite contributions to one of the sessions we are co-leading:
- Session 4: Bridging earthquakes over time scales – from the seismic cycle to Quaternary landscape evolution: contributions from the EDITH INQUA-TERPRO-Terrestrial Processes, Deposits and History Project. Co-convener: Franz Livio
- Session 107: More than the sum: fault re-ruptures and cumulative damage during seismic sequences. Co-conveners: Francesca Ferrario & Giorgio Tringali
- Session 204: Late Quaternary Faulting and Earthquake Geology in volcanic areas. Co-convener: Alessandro Michetti
Don’t miss the November 1st deadline, submit your work here!