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Brittany Laing
Aug 09, 2023
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The first circular for Ichnia 2024 is here! ICHNIA 2024 will be held from April 14th to the 19th, 2024, in Florianópolis, Santa Catarina State, southern Brazil. Short courses and workshops will take place between April 13th and 14th. Registration opens in September 2024-- IIA members will receive a 20% discount if they hold a 2-year membership (2022-2023), and a 10% discount if they hold a 1-year membership (2023). ICHNIA 2024 First Circular If you have any questions please e-mail the ICHNIA 2024 Organizing Team at ichnia2024@gmail.com. You can read more about ICHNIA here, or see photos from previous meetings here.
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Brittany Laing
Jun 03, 2023
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17th International Ichnofabric Workshop This workshop will be held in Faxe, Denmark, from 24 to 26 October 2023. The deadline for registration is June 15th; the deadline for submitting abstracts is July 17th. Please, visit https://ichnology2023.dk/ for more information.   There will be two physical field trips, one before the meeting and one after. The pre-meeting field trip (23 October) will be a one-day excursion to the famous Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary exposure of Stevns Klint, which is close to Faxe. The post-meeting field trip (27-29 October) will feature ichnofossiliferous Palaeozoic and Mesozoic outcrops on the Danish island of Bornholm and in southern Sweden – including outcrops that trained the eyes of Richard Bromley, his students and colleagues.   There will also be virtual (Zoom) field trips on weekends before and after the conference. These will feature a selection of the best modern and ancient trace-fossil outcrops that Alabama and Georgia (USA) have to offer – as a postscript to the virtual 16 th  International Ichnofabric Workshop, hosted by the University of West Alabama. There is no charge for attending the virtual field trips. 5th  Latin American Symposium on Ichnology The Universidad del Mar is proud to host the 5th Latin American Symposium of Ichnology (SLIC) in Puerto Escondido, Mexico from November 21 to 24 2023. There will be intra and post-conference field trips. Please, check https://sites.google.com/ciencias.unam.mx/slic2023/inicio for further details. Ichnia 2024 Ichnia 2024 will be in Florianopolis (Brazil). The technical sessions are planned for April 15-19, 2024, pre-congress field trips for April 9-12, short courses on 13-14, and post-congress field trips from 20-24. The organizers are negotiating with the Canto da Ilha Hotel. Further information about the program, accommodation, field trips, will be available soon. A website is not available yet, and information is communicated via the Skolithos website. Nereis Park 7: Bioturbation: A consensus of evidence and emerging trends This meeting will take place in Quebec City and Rimouski, Canada from August 8th  to 25th . Further information will be communicated later this year.
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Brittany Laing
Jun 15, 2021
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Dates for the seventh Workshop on Ichnotaxonomy (WIT7) have been set! The workshop will take place in Tallinn, Estonia between August 29th and September 2nd, 2022. For more information see the website here: http://wit7.org/
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Brittany Laing
Mar 09, 2021
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**The following is reposted from a post on the ICHNIA 2022 website** ____________________________________ After a huge collaboration of the ichnocommunity answering to the ICHNIA 2022 schedule poll and the confirmation from Canto da Ilha Hotel, ICHNIA 2022 is now officially rescheduled for April 4th-8th, 2022! The pre-congress activities (field trips, workshops, short courses) will run from March 28th, and the post-congress field trips may extend until April 14th. Save the date! Updated information about subscriptions, abstracts, programs, pre- and post-congress activities, student grants, and fees will be available from March to June 2022. And do not forget to update the ICHNIA 2022 webpage in your bookmarks. It changed to www.ichnia2022.com. ____________________________________
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Brittany Laing
Mar 09, 2021
In News
**The following is reposted from a notice sent by Dr. Andrew Rindsberg to the SKOLITHOS listserv. Find out how to register for the listserv here** ____________________________________________ Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the International Ichnofabric Workshop, originally scheduled for May-June 2021, will be split into two parts: IIW-16A, an online event in September 2021, and IIW-16B, field trips in May-June 2023. ONLINE MEETING: This will be an abbreviated conference, limited to 180 attendees. We are concerned about providing career continuity for students, new faculty, and other young professionals, and they will be given preference for speaking slots (40 talks). There will also be 4 or 5 keynote lectures by senior ichnologists. Without most of the usual expenses, the cost will be minimal. (Note: It will not include the field trips.) The program and abstracts will be published online, and some or all talks may be recorded. FIELD TRIPS: Why 2023 and not 2022, you ask? Because ICHNIA has been rescheduled for May 2022, and May-June is the most appropriate season for these field trips in Alabama and Georgia. The two field trips – one to the Georgia coast and the other to the “Best of Alabama Sites” – will be led by Sally Walker, Tony Martin, Charles Savrda, Andrew Rindsberg, David Kopaska-Merkel, Prescott Atkinson, and others as originally planned. The leaders will deliver appropriate talks to accompany the trips. This field conference will give the ichnologic community a chance to meet in person, assuming that the COVID-19 menace has abated. IMPORTANT DATES FOR IIW-16A: Title deadline, July 1, 2021 Abstract deadline, August 1, 2021 Online meeting, September 16-17, 2021 Andrew K. Rindsberg, PhD Biological & Environmental Sciences University of West Alabama Livingston, AL 35470, USA __________________________
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Brittany Laing
Jan 11, 2021
In News
Hello and welcome to the new International Ichnological Association website! This new website is designed to be both an informative and interactive hub for IIA members. In addition to providing updated and in-depth information on IIA activities this new website hosts a forum for IIA members. There, you can discuss the latest ichnological concepts, share recent research, and discuss trace fossil identification with IIA members from across the globe. How to join the forum: In order to join the IIA forum, you'll first need to create an account. This is a simple process that takes only a few minutes. First, navigate to the top right corner of the new website and select the "Log In" button. You'll be redirected to a log in page. Simply click the orange "Sign Up" text. A lightbox will come up, prompting you to input your name, e-mail, subscriber number, and a password for your account (see image on right). Your subscriber number is connected to your IIA membership, and will be in the e-mail from Taylor & Francis acknowledging your purchase of an IIA membership. If you cannot locate your number, you may create an account without one and we will verify your membership status at a later date. If you have any difficulties you can contact Brittany Laing at brittany.a.laing@gmail.com.
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