We are pleased to announce our three-day international conference and excursions exploring the anthropocene and the littoral, with particular reference to the themes of ‘change, naturalness and people’. The conference will seek to examine how humans and human processes influence the littoral, and how these influences may now be viewed as natural, as much as any other natural processes.
The theme will gather all disciplines to explore current issues of relevance to the coast and will be of interest to a wide spectrum of scientists , including those from the physical sciences, climate change scientists and ecologists, social scientists, engineers, policy makers and advisers and practitioners.
The official language of the conference will be English and translation facilities will not be available.
UPDATE 31st May 2017
The first call for sessions and papers is now closed following a good response. The second and final call for sessions and papers is now open. It will close on Monday 3rd July 2017, with a response to proposals during the w/c 10th July 2017
• Monday 3rd July 2017 – second and final call for sessions and papers: Deadline for submitting sessions (with paper and author information, including abstracts), and paper or poster proposals for open sessions.
• w/c 10th July 2017: Confirmation of acceptance of sessions for the conference programme following second and final call.
• Early June 2017: Provisional programme published. The programme will be finalised in early July 2017.
• “Early bird” prices are now available until Friday 14th July 2017, by which date all those listed on the conference programme and attending (e.g. convenors, chairs, presenting authors) should be registered
For more information, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to welcoming you to the fantastic city of Liverpool!