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The Human Dimension in Rapid Environmental Change

October 15, 2008

Quaternary Research Association
Annual Discussion Meeting 2009
The Human Dimension in Rapid Environmental Change

University of Oxford
5-7th January 2009.

Abstract submission for oral and poster presentations, within any of the main conference themes, is now open.
Sessions include:
. The geographical setting to prehistoric human colonisation and dispersal.
. Hominin evolution, interactions and extinctions
. Drylands palaeoclimate and environmental change
. High precision Quaternary archives of abrupt environmental change
. Early agriculture in uncertain climates: integrating social and
environmental perspectives (AEA session)
. Holocene human and environmental responses

Abstracts should be no more than 500 words in length and all authors should be listed below the title. The presenting author should be highlighted in bold. Please indicate ORAL or POSTER presentation preferences.
Abstracts will be considered for acceptance by a science committee and
should be sent to

Abstract submission deadline: Monday 20th October 2008
Notification of acceptance: Monday 17th November.

Online registration is now open for all attendees.
For online registration and payment, please follow the links on:
Attendance at the meeting is charged per day, with reduced costs for students and unwaged QRA members.
Accommodation is available at St. Anne’s College and can be booked as part of the registration process.

Registration closes Friday 28th November 2008

For all further enquiries, please contact the conference convenors by

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