PAGES at EGU 2014


The European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2014 (EGU 2014) is fast approaching - 27 April - 2 May in Vienna.

Learn more about the PAGES related activities and sessions at this year's assembly.

Monday 28 April

Hans Oeschger Medal Lecture by Sherilyn Claire Fritz (ML12)

PAGES SSC member, Sherilyn Fritz, will recieve the Hans Oeschger Medal and give a lecture entitled, "Through Layers of Mud and Time: Lacustrine Archives of Quaternary Climate Variation"

Interglacial climate change - Learning from paleoclimate archives and models (CL5.7),

This session will provide a platform for exchanging new information on interglacial climate changes based on reconstructions from climate archives as well as from climate models. This session is co-initiated by the PAGES endorsed EU "Past4Future" project.

Tuesday 29 April

PAGES Euro-Med 2k workshop (SPM1.61)

The PAGES Euro-Med2k Working Group focuses on creating spatial reconstructions and modeling of past climate in the Mediterranean region (including southern Europe, the Middle East and northern Africa) over the last 2,000 years. Participants are welcome to gather as the group discusses upcoming work plans.

Studying the climate of the last two millennia (CL2.17)

This session, co-sponsored by the 2k project aims to highlight research focusing on climate variations during the past 2000 years at regional to continental scales. 

Friday 2 May

Future Earth: What should the future of global environmental change research look like? (SPM1.54)

At this breakfast meeting, Future Earth, a new global environmental change research programme, will open up the floor to participants at the General Assembly, asking: What should be the research priorities for the next decade of global change research and where are the gaps in existing research? Attendees will be asked to comment and to share their own ideas for what the priorities should be.