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CH-QUAT represents a connection point for scientists from different research and applied areas that deal with the Quaternary in particular examining the aspects of human, environment and climate.more

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CH-QUAT Meeting 2016


10:00 - 16:00


Departement für Erdwissenschaften, Clausiusstrasse 26, ETH Zürich

Meeting place

Department of Earth Science, Clausiusstrasse 26, ETH Zürich

Recent results in Quaternary research, archeology,and applied geology

CH-QUAT Meeting 2017: Posters
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The aim of the meeting was to bring people together working in the Quaternary and being able to discuss their results across disciplines. The program featured a series of invited presentations to provide an insight into selected topics of current studies.

In addition, we were calling for contributions, especially from students (BSc/MSc/PhD) and young scientists, to present their ongoing research in the poster session. Contributions could be presented in English, German, French or Italian.

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  • Archaeology
  • Geosciences
  • Quaternary


Prof. Dr. Susan Ivy-Ochs
ETH Zürich
Laboratory for Ion Beam Physics (Labor für Ionenstrahlphysik)
Otto-Stern-Weg 5
8093 Zürich

CH-QUAT members:
Regular member: 40.- CHF
Student member: 20.-CHF

Non- Members:
Regular: 80.-CHF
Student: 40.-CHF
Languages: English, Romansh, German, Italian, French