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Upcoming Meetings of Interest to ISAR Members


10th International Conference of Aeolian Research (ICAR X), Bordeaux (ENSEIRB-MATMECA , Talence), FRANCE, 25th to Fri 28th June, 2018.

Important dates:

•   May 2017: First announcement

•   October 2017: Second announcement and call for abstracts

•   March 2018: Talk/poster selection

•   March 2018 : Registrations open

•   Mid-june 2018: Registrations closed

“Session 1: Dunes and bedforms Conveners: Matt Baddock (Loughborough University, UK), Ryan Ewing (Texas A&M University, USA), Lv Ping (Cold and Arid Regions Environmental and Engineering Research Institute, China) Session 2: Dust dynamics and processes: emission, dispersal, and deposition Conveners: Martina Klose (Jornada Experimental Range, USA), Jan-Berend Stuut (Center for Marine Environmental Sciences, the Netherlands) Session 3: Modelling and numerical simulations Conveners: Joanna Nield (University of Southampton, UK), Alexandre Valance (Institut de Physique de Rennes, France) Session 4: Paleo-environments Conveners: Joel Roskin (University of Haifa, Israel), Abi Stone (University of Manchester, UK) Session 5: Planetary aeolian research Conveners: Jani Radebaugh (Brigham Young University, USA), Simone Silvestro (INAF Osservatorio Astronomico di Capodimonte, Italy) Session 6: Experiments and instrumentation Conveners: Michel Louge (Cornell University, USA), Giles Wiggs (University of Oxford, UK) Session 7: Aerodynamics and sediment transport Conveners: Cheryl McKenna-Neuman (Trent University, Canada), Hezi Yizhaq (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel) Session 8: Coastal environments Conveners: Patrick Hesp (Flinders University, Australia), Derick Jackson (Ulster University, UK) Session 9: Anthropogenic interactions Conveners: John Leys (New South Wales Office of Environment and Heritage, Australia), Geert Sterk (Utrecht University, the Netherlands) Session 10: Interaction with vegetation Conveners: Jack Gillies (Desert Research Institute, USA), Greg Okin (University of California, USA)