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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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We are looking for a new TERPRO representative for the INQUA-ECR Committee (ECR: Early Career Researcher, https://www.inqua.org/ecr.html), during the present inter-congress period. One of the ECR representatives for TERPRO Commision (Nadine Hoffmann; Haifa University, Israel) is stepping down from the ECR Committee, because she found a new job.  INQUA defines ECRs as graduate students and

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Professor Sir Nicholas Shackleton –or ‘Nick’ as he preferred to be called- was one of the foremost Quaternary scientists in the world, his scientific legacy in no need of elaboration. In recognition of his pivotal contributions to palaeoceanography and the verification of the global importance of Milankovitch cycles, Nick was elected to the Royal Society

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The meeting aims to exchange the knowledge of the Terrestrial Quaternary Stratigraphy at the easternmost part of Europe and the bordering Asian part through contact with the Asian stratigraphers. During the Meeting there will be a DATESTRA Session devoted to launch of the IFC’s activities with the presentation of a prototype of the database and

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Welcome to the journey! INQUA (International Union for Quaternary Research) was founded in 1928 by a group of scientists that wanted to improve the understanding of environmental changes during the Quaternary through interdisciplinary research. Our basic goal is to promote Quaternary research and to improve international collaborations as well as interdisciplinary communication. Today, more than

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