• Using the Planet


    Even before the advent of agriculture, Homo sapiens kicked off an entirely new process of planetary change. Earth would never be the same. Instead of mere centuries, Erle C Ellis advances a broader view of the Anthropocene, over many millennia, and what that means for land stewardship.
  • Lessons from a simulated civilisation


    The rise and fall of the ancient Maya has
    intrigued historians and archaeologists for decades. Now, Earth-system scientists are taking a keen interest. Scott Heckbert asks: what role might environmental conditions and trade play in the growth and eventual collapse of a civilisation?

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PAGES 4th Open Science Meeting.  The Past: A Compass for Future Earth

Date:
February 13, 2013 - February 16, 2013
Place:
Goa, India
Contact:
Before contacting PAGES please make sure that you have gone through the conference website thoroughly.

Local Contact
For queries concerning logistics, hotels, visas and excursions, please contact Thamban Meloth (Local Organizing Committee, India)

Scientific Contact
For queries concerning sessions and scientific program, please contact Thorsten Kiefer (PAGES)

General Contact
For general queries regarding abstract submission, registration, etc., contact Anand Chandrasekhar (PAGES)

IT Contact
For IT queries concerning conference account, abstract submission and registration, please contact Christian Telepski (PAGES)

Conference Coordination
Contact the conference coordinator Barbara Gerber (PAGES)

Links:
The PAGES Open Science Meeting (OSM) held once every four years, is the premier event in the PAGES calendar. The 4th PAGES OSM 2013 will be an international and multi-disciplinary platform for sharing latest research results and the venue for defining the role of past global change science for the next decade.
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