Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Registration fees

Due to administration rules we accept only Hungarian Forints (we cannot make a bill in another currency).
So approx.the registration fees are:
50 EUR about 15.000 HUF
30 EUR about 10.000 HUF

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

EQMal 2010 schedule

Place: Dept. of Geology and Paleontology, University of Szeged; Egyetem u. 2-6, 6722 Szeged, Hungary

Sun., Aug.15. 2010

17.00-21.00
Ice Breaker and Registration


Mon., Aug. 16. 2010


12.00-15.00
Registration
15.00
Official Opening
15.15-17.00
Oral Presentations
15.15
Sümegi & Gulyás: The evolution of the loess mollusk fauna of the Carpathian Basin
15.30
Marković, Sümegi, Stevens & Zech: The Upper and the latest Middle Pleistocene paleoenvironment and paleoclimate of the brickyard section at Crvenka (North Serbia), based on Quaternary mollusk remains
15.45
Gaudenyi & Jovanovic: Late Pleistocene paleoenvironment of Roglic gully loess profile (Titel Loess Plateau) based on malacological studies
16.00
Gaudenyi, Jovanovic & Markovic: Paleonenvironment of Petrovaradin (Sloga brickyard) loess section (Srem Loess Plateau) based on malalcological studies
16.15
Molnár, Hupuczi, Galović & Sümegi: Malacological Investigation on the Loess-paleosol Section at Šarengrad, in Croatia
16.30
Nenadic, Gaudenyi, Bogicevic & Jovanovic: The occurrence of the Corbicula in the Pleistocene of Serbia
16.45
Nenadic, Gaudenyi, Bogicevic & Jovanovic: Quaternary Stratigraphy and paleoenvironment of the Ada Ciganlija based on borehole P-1 (Belgrade, Serbia)
17.00-17.20
Coffee Break
17.20-18.20
Poster Session

Tue., Aug. 17. 2010


14.00-15.00
EQMal Formal Meeting (discussion, publication possiblities, next meeting)
15.00-16.00
Visiting the Department of Geology and Paleontology, University of Szeged
16.00
Sightseeing -Walking tour in Szeged


Wed., Aug. 18. 2010


10.00
Conference Excursion to Szeged-Öthalom
Around noon
Lunch in the fish restaurant

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

LIST OF PRESENTATIONS (in alphabetic order)

Oral presentations:

Gaudenyi & Jovanovic: Late Plesitocene paleoenvironment of Roglic gully loess profile (Titel Loess Plateau) based on malacological studies

Gaudenyi, Jovanovic & Markovic.: Paleonenvironment of Petrovaradin (Sloga brickyard) loess section (Srem Loess Plateau) based on malalcological studies

Marković, Sümegi, Stevens & Zech: The Upper and the latest Middle Pleistocene paleoenvironment and paleoclimate of the brickyard section at Crvenka (North Serbia), based on Quaternary mollusk remains

Molnár, Hupuczi, Galović & Sümegi: Malacological Investigation on the Loess-paleosol Section at Šarengrad, in Croatia

Nenadic, Gaudenyi, Bogicevic & Jovanovic: The occurrence of the Corbicula in the Pleistocene of Serbia

Nenadic, Gaudenyi, Bogicevic & Jovanovic: Quaternary Stratigraphy and paleoenvironment of the Ada Ciganlija based on borehole P-1 (Belgrade, Serbia)

Sümegi & Gulyás: The evolution of the loess mollusk fauna of the Carpathian Basin

Posters:

Danukalova & Osipova: Early Quaternary bivalve fauna as an example of the correlation between cyclicity of the Earth development and the evolutionary process

Dzierżek & Szymanek : Molluscan fauna from Wildno in Northern Poland and its meaning for stratigraphy of this region

Frolov: Presence of the genus Parafossarulus (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Bithyniidae) in Pleistocene of the southern European part of Russia

Gaudenyi, Jovanovic & Markovic: The paleoenvironment of Pozarevac-brickyard loess section based on malacological studies

Gaudenyi, Jovanovic & Markovic.: The paleoenvironment of the Irig-brickyard loess section (Srem Loess Plateau) based on malacological studies

Gulyás & Sümegi: Environment and human adaptation as revealed by the analysis of freshwater shells during the Early Neolithic of the Carpathian Basin: a new environmental model of the Körös-avk transition

Gulyás & Sümegi: Freshwater bivalves and riparian environment during the life of the Late Neolithic Tisza culture

Hupuczi & Sümegi: The Late Pleistocene paleoenvironment and paleoclimate of the Madaras section (South Hungary), based on Quaternary mollusk remains

Molnár, Hupuczi, Galović & Sümegi: Malacological Investigation on the Loess-paleosol Sequence at Zmajevac, in Croatia

Persaits & Sümegi: The connection between man and environment in the area of the Sárrét from 11600-800 CAL BC (Transdanubia, Hungary).

Stworzewicz, Granoszewski & Wójcik: Malacological and palynological evidences of the Lower Pleistocene cold phase at the Carpathian Foreland (Southern Poland)

Sümegi P.: Late Quaternary environmental changes and the influences of human communities: the Molluscan evidence from the protected marshland at Bátorliget (NE Hungary)

Sümegi P.: Quartermalacological analysis and environmental reconstruction of loessy island at Susak (Adriatic Sea)

Sümegi, Lócskai, Magyari, Geiger & Dániel: Geohistory of an Upper Weichselian oxbow (White) lake from Hungary

Sümegi, Hupuczi, Lócskai & Geiger: Katymár loess profile revisited: new and old results

Sümegi, Törőcsik & Timár: A palaeochannel evolution history from Vörös Marsh in Danube alluvial plain in the southern part of Hungary

Sümegi, Lócskai, Jakab, Persaits, Páll, Veres, Majkut & Törőcsik: Radiocarbon-dated malacological an paleoenvironmental changes on a lake and peat sediment sequence from the central part of the Great Hungarian Plains during the last 25,000 years

Veres, Páll & Sümegi: Geoarcheological examinations of Selyemrét (Ócsa)

Friday, July 30, 2010

ACCOMODATION

Here is the the link for the list of accommodation and the location of bus/railway station as well as the conference event (University of Szeged). The recommended accommodation is the Familia Panzio. The reservation for accommodation is possible by their web sites.

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF&msa=0&msid=109466852485669648535.000486c800c124c5fe81d

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

SECOND CIRCULAR

Conference of the European Quaternary Malacologists

EQMal 2010

Molluscs and Quaternary Environment of Central Europe

A conference in honour of life and work of Professor Endre Krolopp (1935-2010)

Szeged (Hungary), 15th -18th August 2010

2nd Circular

Convener:

Pál Sümegi

Scientific Committee:

R.C. Preece (University of Cambridge, UK), T. Meijer (Naturalis, NL), F. Magnin (Institut Méditerranéen d'Ecologie et de Paléoécologie, URA, F), N. Limondin-Lozouet (Laboratoire de Géographie Physique, CNRS, F).

Organizing Committee:

P. Sümegi (President & Administration) (Host Institution-Univ. Szeged),
T. Gaudenyi (Vice-President) (Serbian Geol. Society),
D. Molnár (Secretary)(Host Institution-Univ. Szeged),
M. Jovanovic (Serbian Geol. Society-Administration) G. Persaits; K. Náfrádi; D. G. Páll (Host Institution-Univ. Szeged, Administration)



Host Institution

The Department of Geology and Palaeontology, University of Szeged (Egyetem u. 2-6., Szeged, Hungary) is proud to announce that it is to host the above meeting in August 2010. The Department of Geology and Palaeontology is part of University of Szeged, dedicated to study the geology and palaeoecology of Late Tertiary and Quaternary of the Carpathian Basin as well as the long-term interaction of man and environment in south-eastern Central Europe.


Objectives

The conference will focus on different aspects of Quaternary environment and stratigraphy, as well as archaeozoological research related to molluscs.


Location

Szeged, the city of sunshine is located in southeastern Hungary. City of 175,000 inhabitants, situated on the shores of river Tisza, about 1.5 hour drive (170 km) from the capital Budapest. It has a very enjoyable continental climate with Mediterranean influences. The city itself was rebuilt after the great flood of 1879 and boast with numerous tourist attractions like the famous Open-Air Theatre, the Votive Church or the Tisza Fisherman Festival. The reputation of the University of Szeged, with 30,000 students and 7,000 employees, stems from both the innovative teaching and research activities and the special milieu that characterizes the university. After all, it is primarily for the youth. For the future scientists, inventors, Noble-prize winners, artists and sportspersons who receive here the inspiring education that helps them achieve their goals. Albert Szent-Györgyi's former workplace still holds the fascination of the personality of this brilliant scientist as well as the mission which thinks of science as being both rational and humane.



Program outline:

1st Day 17h-20h

- Registration (registration fee payment)

- Ice breaker (social gathering & snacks)

- Official opening

2nd and 3rd Day

- Sessions

- Walking tour and sightseeing in Szeged (proposed for late afternoon of the 2nd Day).

- EQMal formal meeting (proposed for late afternoon of the 3rd Day)

- Closing Social Event(s)

4th Day

-Field Trip to the famous Paleolithic site of Szeged-Öthalom



Planned sessions:

1. Archaeomalacology

2. Molluscs and Quaternary environments

3. Molluscs and Quaternary stratigraphy



All communications, suggestions and questions via e-mail:

eqmal2010(at)gmail.com

Official Conference Language: English


Fees

The participation of the conference is 50 EUR/person (with field trip).

(The registration fee is 30 EUR, while the field trip is 20 EUR.)

Payments (in cash) during the registration in Szeged.



Travel grants

Limited fund from INQUA project 1002 have to support for attending the conference!



Accommodation:

Will be posted soon on conference site.



Important deadlines:



30th June 2010 deadline for submitting abstracts and registration

The first days of July 2010 3rd Circular, which will include a complete list of the oral and poster presentations to be given.



We are looking forward to welcoming you in Szeged in August 2010!

Hope you will be able to join us!

Best wishes,



Tivadar Gaudenyi and Dávid Molnár

on behalf of Organizing Committee




REGISTRATION FORM

Conference of the European Quaternary Malacologists

EQMal 2010

Molluscs and Quaternary Environment of Central Europe

A conference in honour of life and work of Professor Endre Krolopp (1935-2010)

Szeged (Hungary), 15th -18th August 2010

Registration Form



First- and Last Name:

Workplace/ Institution:

Mailing Address:

E-mail address:

Tel/Fax:

Accompanying person(s):

Please indicate if you wish to contribute with an Oral /Poster presentation (underline).

Chosen session:

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Please copy it and fill it and return this form by e-mail by 30th June 2010 to eqmal2010(at)gmail.com or fax to +36/62-544893


Thursday, April 29, 2010

INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS

In every case, instructions for authors. An abstract is supposed to be of maximum 2oo words, following this model:

Quatermalacological analyses for modeling of the Upper Weichselian palaeoenvironmental changes in the Carpathian Basin

P. Sümegi 1,2 and E. Krolopp3

1 Department of Geology and Palaeontology, University of Szeged, 6722 Szeged Egyetem u.2., Hungary

2 Archaeological Institute of Hungarian Academy Sciences, 1024 Budapest Úri u. 51, Hungary

3 Hungarian Geological Institute, 1143 Budapest, Stefánia u. 14., Hungary

Corresponding author: P. Sümegi sumegi@geo.u-szeged.hu

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Title is in MS Times New Roman 14 highlighted and centered.,Names, affiliations and text of the abstract is in
MS Times New Roman 12. Please prepare them in .doc (document) files.

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