We are excited to announce a Sydney-based workshop that will bring existing and emerging leaders in deep carbon research to discuss the state of the discipline, but importantly a plan for future collaboration that builds on the momentum generated by the Deep Carbon Observatory. The workshop will be held on Wednesday and Thursday 24 and 25 July, followed by an optional field trip to NSW coastal geology on Friday 26 July that aims to link concepts of tectonics, paleobiology, and deep carbon. The Alfred P Sloan has generously funded the workshop, as well as a significant in-kind contribution for venue hire from the University of Sydney. We have the funds to support the travel and accommodation for a number of participants (mostly Australian-based researchers, and a number of international participants), but everyone is welcome to attend. Catering will be provided, and there is no cost associated with the field trip. Numbers are limited for both the workshop and the field trip, so please indicate your interest in attending through this link as soon as possible.
Carbon Down Under workshop
Dates: 24 and 25 July 2019, with optional field trip on 26 July 2019
Venue: Auditorium, Administration Building F23, Eastern Avenue, The University of Sydney, NSW 2006, Australia (corner of City Rd and Butlin Ave)
Host: Dr Sabin Zahirovic and the EarthByte team, School of Geosciences
Aims: Assemble established and emerging leaders in deep carbon science to galvanize efforts for the next decade of research in Australia and beyond.
Register your interest here.
The first circular is on its way!
More information on the Deep Carbon Observatory can be found here: https://deepcarbon.net/