12.06 - 15.06.2006  
London, UK

The HOLIVAR2006 Open Science Meeting will examine how and why the natural climate system varies on different time-scales over the Holocene, and will assess the relative importance of natural processes and human activity in explaining global warming. The programme includes four themed sessions with keynote lectures and poster sessions, and will conclude with a panel discussion.

Theme 1: Millennial Time Scales
Theme 2: Decadal to Centennial Time Scales
Theme 3: Climate Variability in the Last 2000 Years
Theme 4: Rapid Hydrological Change

Speakers: Rick Battarbee (UCL, UK), John Birks (University of Bergen, Norway), Paul Valdes (University of Bristol, UK), Frank Oldfield (University of Liverpool, UK), Eystein Jansen (University of Bergen, Norway), Michel Crucifix (Hadley Centre for Climate Prediction and Research, UK), Bas van Geel (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands), Juerg Beer (EAWAG, Switzerland), Michael E. Mann (Pennsylvania State University), Hugues Goosse (University of Ghent, Belgium), Dirk Verschuren (University of Ghent, Belgium), Martin Claussen (Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Germany), Ray Bradley (University of Massachusetts, USA).

Meeting material

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