Mike Walker, John Lowe, Wim Hoek, and Sune Olander Rasmussen, who all have played key roles in INTIMATE over the years, have written this account of the development of the INTIMATE idea from the early nineties until today.
This year INTIMATE has joined with IntCal to hold a session on Advances in integrating ice core, marine and terrestrial records and their timescales Friday morning, beginning at 10:30 am in room 0.94.
We've got a great line up of speakers and if you are still around on the Friday evening, please do come to the poster session as well.
You'll come across INTIMATEs elsewhere during the congress of course, and in particular I would like to plug the Climate Division's Outstanding ECS Award lecture, which is being given by Francesco Muschitiello on Tuesday afternoon. Francesco will be speaking on his research into "The role of North Atlantic Ocean circulation and biological sequestration on atmospheric CO2 uptake during the last deglaciation".
I'd also like to propose an opportunity to get together for a social event on the Wednesday evening. Nothing formal, but if you're at a loose end, come and join us at the Bermuda Brau bar, close to Schwedenplatz.
Open workshop & conference - Aberystwyth University - 6-9th June 2017
Join us to review the latest progress in palaeoclimate science, focussed on the last glacial-interglacial cycle. Conference talks will be combined with topical breakout discussions and we invite contributions across the following four themes: (i) chronological tools, (ii) modelling mechanisms of past climate change and data-model comparisons, (iii) tracing past climate change in space and time, and (iv) abrupt climate change impacts on environments and ecosystems.