International Conference on High Latitude Dust, Reykjavik, Iceland 22-25 May 2017
Natural dust is often associated with hot, subtropical deserts, but significant dust events have been reported from cold, high latitudes. This conference will focus on all aspects of dust which is sourced from within the high latitudes (north of 50 deg. N and south of 40 deg.S). Scientific themes will include:

> sediment supply to high latitude dust sources (glacio-fluvial suspended sediment, catastrophic flooding)
> cold climate aeolian processes
> magnitude, frequency and timing of high latitude dust emissions
> remote sensing of high latitude dust
> dust in the cryosphere
> impact of high latitude dust inputs to marine, freshwater and terrestrial environments
> modern high latitude dust as a modern analogue for paleo-dust activity
> palaeo-records/archives of high latitude dust
> challenges of modelling high latitude dust
> anthropogenic influences on high latitude dust
> human impacts of high latitude dust

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Registration fees for this conference will be in the range £250-350 (US$350-500) excluding the conference dinner, optional field excursions and accommodation. There will be a discount for postgraduate students.
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