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PAGES 1st Young Scientists Meeting - Retrospective views on our planet's future - 6-7 July 2009 · Corvallis · USA

The theme for PAGES 1st Young Scientists Meeting (YSM) is "Retrospective views on our planet's future".

The YSM is being held from 6-7 July 2009 at Oregon State University in Corvallis, USA. PAGES 3rd Open Science Meetings (OSM) is being held directly afterwards, from 8-11 July, also at Oregon State University.

AIM
The aim is to support the development of young paleoscientists by providing the opportunity to advance their scientific skills and to build international networks among colleagues at a similar career level, as well as with leading senior scientists and program representatives.

ELIGIBILITY
The YSM is open on a competitive basis to approx. 70 outstanding early-career researchers who meet the following criteria:
Age – usually under 35
Career status
– PhD students - usually in the latter stages of their degree
– Post-PhD - usually within 5 years of completing their degree
Scientific scope – paleoscientists (data-based or modelers) or global change scientists with a strong, proven interest in paleoscience

Some travel support will be available.

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More info at www.pages-osm.org/ysm/

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Retrospective views on our planet's future

PAGES 3rd Open Science Meeting is being held from 8-11 July 2009 at Oregon State University in Corvallis, USA. A Young Scientists Meeting is being held directly before, from 6-7 July.

If you would like to be kept up-to-date on information and deadlines for the OSM, and you are NOT yet a PAGES subscriber, please click here and fill in your details on the form.

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Mount Bailey (left peak) is a relatively young tephra cone and shield volcano in the Cascade Range located opposite Mount Thielsen (back right), an extinct shield volcano. (Photo: Pat Bartlein)

Corvallis is nestled in the heart of Oregon's Willamette Valley, between the beautiful Cascade Mountains (photo) and the scenic Oregon coast. It has a population of 55,000 and buys more power from renewable resources than any other city in the nation.

The surrounding countryside offers a wide range of outdoor activities, including biking, hiking, fishing and rafting. The town of Corvallis was settled in the mid-1800's and also offers interesting historical sites and cultural activities. For more information on Corvallis, visit the Corvallis Tourism website.

More info at http://www.pages-osm.org/osm/