Welcome to the 50th Atlantic Geoscience Society Colloquium!
The organizing committee is happy to welcome you to the 2024 AGS Colloquium!
The 2024 AGS Colloquium will be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel and Conference Centre in Moncton, NB, February 2-3, 2022. Registration is open on Fourwaves in the "Registration" tab. Abstracts are to be submitted directly to Michael Parkhill at Michael.Parkhill@gnb.ca, scroll down for directions.
Expanded information on sessions and short course can be found at the AGS Colloquium 2024 website.
5 January: deadline for nominations for Gesner Medal, Laing Ferguson Award, Nelly Koziel Award.
5 January: deadline for application for travel grants for students.
9 January: block booking at the Inn on Crowne Plaza closes.
12 January: abstract deadline.
12 January: early registration rates end.
30 January: last day to purchase luncheon or banquet tickets. After January 30th there are no refunds for meals.
After January 31st there are no refunds for registration or anything else.
February 1: last day to register for the short course.
ACCOMMODATION AND TRAVEL
Accommodations at the Crowne Plaza are being held in a block booking for $154 a night (including parking) until 9th January, whereupon they will be released. After January 9th availability at the hotel cannot be guaranteed. To receive the conference rate please indicate when booking that you are part of the Atlantic Geoscience Society. The hotel is located at 1005 Main Street, Moncton. Reservations can be made by calling 506-854-6340.
Special note for students travelling long distances: The AGS Student Travel Grant has been established to enable up to four students to attend and present at the AGS Annual Colloquium. Application details are on Colloquium 2024 | Atlantic Geoscience Society.
Abstract submission for the Colloquium is now open. Presentations will be In-person only and 20 minutes in length, including time for questions. The deadline for submission of abstracts is Friday January 12th, 2024. Abstracts must be in the format used by Atlantic Geoscience (see sample abstract for format). Please submit your abstracts in MSWord with a maximum of 300 words in the body of the abstract. In line with Atlantic Geoscience policy, accepted abstracts will be edited where necessary and published in Atlantic Geoscience.
Abstracts are to be submitted directly to Michael Parkhill at Michael.Parkhill@gnb.ca
Important: Please indicate if it is for poster or oral presentation; if applicable, what special session it is for; and if you are an undergraduate (BSc) or graduate (MSc or PhD) student and would like to be considered for a student award. Note that your abstract will only be officially accepted after you register for the colloquium.
Special Sessions and Short Course details are on the website Colloquium 2024 | Atlantic Geoscience Society.
Directions for editing your registration
November 24, 2023 - 11:49 until February 2, 2024 - 13:00
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