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Title: Relative sea-level fall along Eastern Australia between 1200 and 800 year BP
Authors: Lewis, S
Wust, R
Webster, J
Collins, J
Jacobsen, GE
Keywords: Southern Hemisphere
Global aspects
Hazards
Agreements
Sea level
Australia
Issue Date: 24-Jun-2013
Publisher: Asia Oceania Geosciences Society Brisbane
Citation: Lewis, S., Wust, R., Webster, J., Collins, J., & Jacobsen, G. (24 -28 June, 2013). The Implications of a Relative Sea-level Fall Along Eastern Australia Between 1200 and 800 Years BP. Paper presented at the Asia Oceania Geosciences Society 10th Anniversary & Annual Meeting, Brisbane Exhibition & Convention Centre, Brisbane, Australia.
Abstract: AOGS (Asia Oceania Geosciences Society) will hold their 10th Anniversary meeting for the first time in the Southern Hemisphere at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre from the 24th to 28th of June 2013. AOGS was established in 2003 to promote geosciences and its application for the benefit of humanity, specifically in Asia and Oceania and with an overarching approach to global issues. AOGS holds annual conventions providing a unique opportunity of exchanging scientific knowledge and discussion to address important geo-scientific issues among academia, research institution and public.Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS) was established in 2003 to promote geosciences and its application for the benefit of humanity, specifically in Asia and Oceania and with an overarching approach to global issues. Asia- Oceania region is particularly vulnerable to natural hazards, accounting for almost 80% human lives lost globally. AOGS is deeply involved in addressing hazard related issues through improving our understanding of the genesis of hazards through scientific, social and technical approaches. AOGS holds annual conventions providing a unique opportunity of exchanging scientific knowledge and discussion to address important geo-scientific issues among academia, research institution and public. Recognizing the need of global collaboration, AOGS has developed good co-operation with other international geo-science societies and unions such as the European Geosciences Union (EGU), American Geophysical Union (AGU), International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG), Japan Geo-science Union (JpGU), and Science Council of Asia (SCA). © 2013, AOGS.
Gov't Doc #: 6300
URI: http://www.asiaoceania.org/aogs2013/public.asp?page=home.htm
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