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29th Cave Science Symposium of the BCRA

zaterdag 13 oktober 2018 08:00 - zondag 14 oktober 2018 18:00
University Rd, Bristol BS8 1BF
School of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol, Verenigd Koninkrijk
British Cave Research Association 29th Cave Science Symposium and Field trip to GB Cave
Saturday 13th October, 2018, School of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol
The British Cave Research Association is pleased to announce details of the 29th Annual Cave Science Symposium. The Symposium will be hosted by Dr. David Richards of the School of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol, on Saturday 13th October, 2018. A programme of presentations is being assembled that will be of interest to anyone wishing to know more about the underground environment. Further details will follow in later circulars, as well as via other BCRA news outlets.
This year’s symposium will feature a special session on Cave Archaeology and a keynote lecture by Prof. Alistair Pike (University of Southampton) dedicated to Neanderthal Cave Paintings. In addition, the symposium will include oral and poster presentations covering BCRA’s principal areas of interest. Following the symposium, an informal evening meal will be arranged for those who are interested. Details are to be announced.
Call for Abstracts
Abstracts are welcome for posters or oral presentations on any topic of cave or karst-based research, and these should be submitted by email no later than 31st August, 2018, to the lecture secretary, Gina Moseley. Please include all authors with their affiliations, an email address for the primary author, and an abstract of up to 500 words (main text and references only). If you are intending to submit an abstract, Gina would appreciate you sending her an email with a preliminary title. Don’t worry, there is no commitment, but it helps her to compile a diverse and interesting programme.
Please register your interest in attending here. Registration will be finalised on the day and a small fee will be requested to cover refreshments.
The address for the venue is School of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol,
University Road, Bristol, BS8 1SS, United Kingdom. Further details on ‘where to find us’ are located here.
Symposium Organisers
Please contact Dr. David Richards for details of the venue and local facilities in Bristol. Contact Gina Moseley for details of the programme and for enquiries concerning oral or poster presentations.
All are welcome, and we look forward to seeing you at the symposium.
See: https://darknessbelow.co.uk/event-bcra-29th-cave-science-symposium/
Sunday 14th October 2018: Field trip
For those who would like to get underground, BCRA will be running a post Cave Science Symposium field trip on Sunday 14th October to GB Cave, hosted by Dr. Andy Farrant. This field trip will examine the geology, geomorphology and hydrology of what is one of the finest, and most intensively studied caves in the country. No previous geological experience is necessary. Due to access restrictions, numbers are limited to 5 in the first instance, but if there is sufficient demand, a second trip can be run on the same day (10 max). Participants will be on a first-come first-served basis.
This will be a 2-2.5 hour caving trip. Full protective caving clothing including helmet, boots and lights will be required for this trip. A CCC permit is also required (see http://www.cscc.org.uk/ for details), which can be arranged on the day. No novices or carbide. If you are interested please sign up on the pre-registraton form (https://doodle.com/poll/4zib83s43fb3fc59) before October 8th. BCRA have also booked 10 places at the Wessex hut for the night of Saturday 13th October. This may also be booked on the pre-registration form.

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  • Van zaterdag 13 oktober 2018 08:00 tot zondag 14 oktober 2018 18:00
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