The Arctic Conference Days 2007 will feature three major conferences: ICAM V, an international conference on Arctic margins; AGREE II, the triennial NGF conference on arctic resources and environment; and SEST, the first conference on Shelf edge and shoreline trajectories.
The three conferences have a common focus on the "Northern areas". A number of international experts will present the latest results from their work. This will be a unique opportunity to acquire new knowledge and develop international networks.
Here are some of the featured presentations:
Ashton Embry: Six impossible Sequence Boundaries before breakfast
– Just a Hole in the Ground, or What? Amerasian Basin
Oleg. I. Suprunenko: Oil and Gas Resources of the Russian Arctic Shelf – Present Day Condition and the Prospective for Development
Jonathan Bujak: The Azolla Story: impli
cations for Eocene super-greenhouse to icehouse change and the deposition of potentially Arctic-wide petroleum source rocks
The preliminary program for the Arctic Conference Days is also available on the event's website.
For more information, please contact the Geologi