Geoscience Conference 2020
2020 has been an unusual year and as it draws to a close our conference provides an opportunity to meet other members of the geoscience community.
This year we've had over 300 abstracts submitted, and so it may well be one of the largest in years.
In addition, there are the ever-popular pre- and post-conference field trips and workshops.
The programme will include the latest research on last year’s Whakaari eruption and the rapid developments that have been made in delivering geoscience teaching online as a result of the COVID pandemic. Sessions will also showcase the most recent research on the active tectonics of New Zealand, the climate record, New Zealand’s marine environment today and in the past, and the glaciology of Antarctica and New Zealand, and bring together scientists, policy makers and practitioners to discuss how to improve risk and hazard outcomes for New Zealand society.
For more information see the main conference website