Paleonet: Lyell Meeting 2012: Big Palaeontology

Jackie Lees j.lees at
Wed Feb 29 21:17:13 GMT 2012

Hi, Tom!

Would it be appropriate for us to use a poster space for a few of our  
images from the TDP exhibition we had at UCL?


On 29 Feb 2012, at 19:31, Tom Dunkley Jones (staff) wrote:

> A reminder of the Lyell Meeting coming up at the end of the this  
> month. Free registration to members of Palass, TMS, GeolSoc or  
> PalSoc (otherwise £40 / students £20).
> Please note, as well as the advertised speaker presentations, there  
> will now be space for a limited number of research posters, related  
> to the topics discussed at the meeting, to be displayed during  
> breaks in the meeting and the wine reception. If you would like one  
> of these spaces to be reserved for you, please email  t.dunkleyjones at 
>  with your name, affiliation and poster title. Spaces will be  
> allocated on a first come, first served basis.
> Lyell Meeting "Big Palaeontology"
> Thursday 29th March, Geological Society of London
> This one-day meeting will focus on large-scale projects in  
> palaeontology. Such initiatives often involve multidisciplinary  
> geoscience teams from numerous institutions and are playing an  
> increasingly important role in modern palaeontological research.  
> This meeting will showcase the science being undertaken in these  
> projects across the range of palaeontological disciplines, including:
> Chris Stringer (Natural History Museum, London) - Ancient Human  
> Occupation of Britain
> Peter Bijl (Utrecht University) - IODP Wilkes Land Glacial History
> Ken Johnson (Natural History Museum, London) - EU Indonesian  
> Throughflow project
> Bridget Wade (Leeds University) - Tanzanian Drilling Project
> Wolfgang Kiessling (Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin) - PBDB – coral  
> biodiversity
> Paul Upchurch (University College London) -  PBDB – Cretaceous  
> vertebrate biodiversity
> Mark Sutton (Imperial College London) - Imaging and Virtual  
> Palaeontology
> Richard Twitchett (Plymouth University) - Co-evolution of Life and  
> the Planet
> Richard Edmonds - Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site
> Mike Howe (British Geological Survey) - UK Type Fossil Database
> The meeting is free to members of the sponsoring societies  
> (Geological Society, Palaeontological Association, The  
> Micropalaeontological Society and the Palaeontographical Society),  
> or £40 to non-members / £20 student non-members.
> For further details, poster, program and online registration please  
> visit:
> Convenors: Drs Jeremy Young and Tom Dunkley Jones
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Dr. Jacqueline A. Lees
NERC Principal Research Associate
Honorary Senior Research Associate, UCL
Special Publications Editor, INA

Department of Earth Sciences
University College London
Gower Street
London, WC1E 6BT, UK
E-mail: j.lees at

"Listen to me, Butterfly, there's only so much wine you can drink in  
one life and it will never be enough to save you from the bottom of  
your glass."  The Handsome Family, So Much Wine

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