PAGES-INQUA Workshop for Early-Career Researchers
Past Socio-Environmental Systems
November 2022, La Serena, Chile
We have decided to postpone again the workshop a year (November 2022) and to organize a series of virtual events (PASES virtual workspace) until the in-person workshop. We will leverage the lessons learned from vPASES2020 to host punctated mini-events to engage the ECR community researching past socio-environmental systems. We believe this innovative formula will help all participants to get connected and overcome the lack of training and network opportunities due to the COVID-19 pandemic and associated global health concerns and travel restrictions.
A workshop by ECRs and for ECRs
The workshop aims to facilitate scientific exchange between early-career researchers (ECRs) from a broad range of disciplines within the overarching themes of climate-environment-cultural changes, which are at the core of both PAGES' and INQUA'S missions. We welcome innovative ideas and approaches that tackle multiple hypotheses of change in past socio-environmental systems with implications for present and future sustainability issues.
The workshop will include four days of oral and poster presentations by ECRs and break-out groups in which participants will work on community-driven questions around the application of paleosciences to study socio-environmental systems. We especially welcome participants researching the social side of paleosciences with interests on how paleoclimatic and paleoecological data and models inform human responses to environmental change.