IQUA’s 2014 Autumn Symposium took place on Friday November 28th in the Geological Society of Ireland’s Lecture Theatre, Beggar’s Bush, Dublin 4. The symposium theme was, “Lakes: Reflections of our past”, and featured a range of speakers from Ireland and the UK covering different aspects of lacustrine research.
The line-up included Prof. Michael O’Connell (NUIG – Lake sediment archives); Prof. Phil Jordan (University of Ulster – Modern: lake eutrophication trends and recovery); Dr. Aaron Potito (NUIG – Biological proxies: chironomids); and Dr. Micheline Sheehy-Skeffington (NUIG – Turloughs). Keynote lectures will be delivered by Prof. Chris Caseldine (University of Exeter – Growing importance of Quaternary science) and Dr. Cathy Delaney (Manchester Metropolitan University – Glaciolacustrine sediments and landforms).
The full symposia schedule is also available for download in pdf.