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This year's ACEAS/AAPP Sea Level Winter School for early-career researchers will be held at the Spring Bay Mill, near Triabunna on the east coast of Tasmania.

The theme is sea-level change. The school is open to all ACEAS and AAPP ECRs across all disciplines – not exclusively for researchers working on sea level but rather open to all.

To attend, please REGISTER by 8 April.

Winter school topics include:

  • Global climate change context as relevant to sea level
  • Impacts of sea-level change on indigenous cultural heritage
  • Observed sea-level rise
  • Glacial isostatic adjustment and vertical land motion
  • Paleo sea levels in past warm periods/Holocene
  • Future ice sheet and glacier projections
  • Future sea levels
  • Oceans as a major driver of future sea level
  • Coastal management in response to sea-level change

We plan to arrive Monday 17 June in the late afternoon and dine together, and leave Friday 21 June after lunch. There will be an excursion to Maria Island on Wednesday 19 June.

The school will be fully catered. Accommodation will be on a twin-share basis in 5m Lotus Belle canvas tents.

We will have the opportunity to meet the owners of Spring Bay Mill, who transformed this former woodchip mill into a magnificent sustainable community space.

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