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Department of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge
The annual Sedgwick Club Conference is back, and everyone is welcome! REGISTRATION HERE: goo.gl/forms/h4iTIftdFV5SxVbF2
Please note that dinner is now full, but there are likely to be spaces becoming available nearer the time, so you can sign up to the waiting list through the registration form.
The programme is:
12.00: LUNCH and REGISTRATION
13.00: 'Watching the World's Volcanoes'
Dr Juliet Biggs (University of Bristol)
13.40: 'A Better Life with a Healthy Planet: Pathways to Net-Zero Emissions'
David Hone (Chief Climate Change Advisor for Shell)
14.20: 30 MIN BREAK and POSTER SESSION
14.50: 'Listening to the waves beneath the waves: the evolution of hearing in Cetacea'
Dr Travis Park (Natural History Museum)
15.30: 'The accretion of the Earth and segregation of it's core: an experimental geochemistry perspective'
Dr Eleanor Jennings (Birkbeck, University of London)
16.10: 30 MIN BREAK and REFRESHMENTS
16.40: 'The Mid-Pliocene Warm Period as a Pseudo-Analog for Future Climate Change'
Dr Heather Ford (University of Cambridge)
17.20: 'Mars: The Prohibition Planet (because it's dry, cold and lacking in atmosphere, a bit like my local Spoons)'
Dr Jon Wade (University of Oxford)
18.00: DRINKS RECEPTION
19.15: Dinner at Zizzi's
(funded by Shell)
Research (Masters) posters will be up in the Common Room all day, for which there is a cash prize of £50 available.