British Geophysical Association
Royal Astronomical Society
International Glaciological Society
The Geological Society of London
Meeting Venue and Dates
The Geological Society of London, Burlington House9-10 February 2012
Applied geophysics, together with more fundamental theoretical and forward and inverse modelling advances, has played a major role in the exploration of the world’s ice masses and their geological settings and sedimentological legacies for more than half a century. Geophysical techniques have also proven to be highly suited for the characterisation of the properties of and processes within permafrost and seasonally frozen ground, as well as those within snow and other frozen materials. Geophysical exploration, often qualitatively or quantitatively integrated with other geoscientific methods and findings, has thus resulted in many exciting discoveries and case studies.
We cordially invite contributions from all areas of geophysics and associated disciplines as applied or relevant to present-day ice masses, ice cores, frozen ground or snow. Likewise, we are keen to receive contributions on the application of geophysical and associated techniques to glacial materials and products to reconstruct past ice masses, dynamics, and hydrology.
Annals of Glaciology Volume
Deadline: Friday, May 11th, 2012
The International Glaciological Society kindly invites submissions for an Annals of Glaciology volume based on the contributions to this conference. Details on the volume and manuscript submission will be announced in January 2012 after abstract submissions have closed. In the meantime, if you have any queries regarding a possible submission to the volume, please email the Chief Editor for the it, Bernd Kulessa (b.kulessa .at. swansea.ac.uk).
Registration and Payment
BGA Members: £40
A late registration penalty of £10 (BGA members) or £20 (non-members and students) will apply. We offer a one-day only attendance discount of £10 (BGA members), £20 (non-members) or £5 (students).
The registration form download is here : Delegates Payment
You can pay either by credit card, cheque, bank transfer or cash on the door (cash on the door will be subject to the late registration fee). In either of these cases, please complete the registration form and indicate the form of payment on it, and post or fax it to our finance team: College of Science, Swansea University, FAO Susan Phillips, Rm 223a Wallace Building, Singleton Park, Swansea, SA2 8PP, fax +44(0)1792-295708.
1. If paying by credit card, simply fill out your personal and card details on the registration form.
2. If paying by cheque, please make it payable to SWANSEA UNIVERSITY and post it to our finance team along with the registration form.
3. If paying by bank transfer, please ensure that you quote your surname as well as the reference 'GGZ.014 - BGA NAG 2012'.
The bank details are:
Bank Name: LLoyds TSB Bank
Address: PO Box 66, Swansea, GB
Branch Sort Code: 30-95-46
Branch Swift: LOYDGB21101
IBAN Number: GB64LOYD30954602783215
Bank Account Number: 02783215
Bank Account Name: Swansea University
VAT Number: 123 8534 77
Reference: 'GGZ.014 - BGA NAG 2012'
Organising Committee and Contacts
Bernd Kulessa (Chair), Adam Booth, Glenn Jones, Tavi Murray
College of Science, Swansea University, UK
Edward C. King, Andrew M. Smith
Physical Sciences Division, British Antarctic Survey, UK
Please email Bernd Kulessa (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any queries