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Every year the INQUA Executive Committee (EC) meets to make business decisions and meet Quaternary scientists in Member countries. The second Intercongress EC meeting took place from 3rd to 8th of March 2017 in Budapest (Hungary). We are very grateful to our host Dr. Enikö Magyari from the Dept. of Physical and Applied Geology, Eötvös Loránd

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Earlier this month I was invited along to a workshop hosted by Dr Matt Jones and Dr Christina Lee at the University of Nottingham [UoN] on climate, disease and people. It was a fantastic workshop, and one of the first I have attended that has been truly cross-disciplinary, with experts in microbiology, archaeology, past climates,

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The INQUA project “Reconstructing Hunter-Gatherer Mobility” held its first physical workshop in February. The project, sponsored by HaBComm, also received funding for the meeting from a Connexion Grant from the Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council and Universite de Montreal. It was perhaps appropriate that a number of researchers coming together in Montreal, Canada

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Navigating the world of professional research networks/platforms can be overwhelming – after all there are so many out there, from discipline specific to those which are pushing international research agendas. INQUA is one of these international research platforms, and for this blog post I wanted to introduce a couple more of these (of which I

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Recent advances in palaeoecological research on Lateglacial and early Holocene climate and environmental change have had important impacts on the way that archaeologists consider human-environment interaction during the Final Palaeolithic and Mesolithic periods. These advances have broadened the number of different climate and environmental changes that foraging societies would have had to contend with during

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