Open Science Meeting
UCL, London, UK
12-15 June, 2006

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Poster Prizes

Rick Battarbee (seated) presents (from left to right) Peter De Geest, Aurel Perşoiu,
Rixt de Jong and Bettina Stefanini with their prizes for best student posters

Posters were presented by 150 people in 4 themes. Prizes were presented to the 4 best student posters in each category (actually 5 winners).

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Theme 1:
Rixt de Jong
"Holocene storminess variation and landscape dynamics in Halland, SW Sweden"
GeoBiosphere Science Centre, Quaternary Sciences, Lund University, Sölvegatan 12, SE-22362, Sweden

jointly with:

Jun Inoue
"Reconstruction of the last 140,000 yr fire history from microscopic charcoal in Lake Biwa sediments, central Japan. Abundant charcoal in Early Holocene sediments is derived from anthropogenic fires or natural fires related to climatic change?"
Graduate School of Science, Osaka City University,3-3-138 Sugimoto, Sumiyoshi-ku, Osaka 558-8585, Japan

Theme 2:
Bettina Stefanini
"High resolution multi proxy records from Atlantic peat deposits: NW Spain. A contribution to the ACCROTELM Project"
Botany Department, School of Natural Sciences, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland

Theme 3:
Auriel Perşoiu
"Ice in caves: a valuable tool for Holocene palaeoclimatic reconstructions"
‘Emil Racoviţă’ Institute of Speleology, Clinicilor 5, Cluj Napoca, Romania

Theme 4:
Peter De Geest
"High-resolution speleothem records from Soqotra Island, Yemen as a tool for Indian Ocean Monsoon climate reconstruction"
Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Department of Geology, Pleinlaan 2, 1050 Brussels, Belgium

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