* Inactive pages will become active in due course as planning progresses. ** Closed.

Plenary lectures

[PL-01]
Kim Cobb (Georgia Inst. of Technology, U.S.A.)
Emerging signals of tropical Pacific climate variability: the mid-Holocene to the last millennium
27 July (Mon) 15:20-15:45 CENTURY HALL

[PL-02]
Jessica L. Blois (University of California, Merced, U.S.A)
Ecological Processes in a Changing Environment: Perspectives from the Quaternary
27 July (Mon) 15:45-16:10 CENTURY HALL

[PL-03]
Naohiko Okouchi (JAMSTEC, Japan)
Organic molecules as tools for Quaternary paleoclimatology
27 July (Mon) 16:10-16:35 CENTURY HALL

[PL-04]
Masa Kageyama (LSCE, France)
Connecting remote climate changes? models can help!
29 July (Wed) 15:50-16:15 SHIROTORI HALL

[PL-05]
Eelco J. Rohling (Australian National University, Australia)
Continuous sea-level records with well-constrained chronologies: implications for rates of change and climate sensitivity
29 July (Wed) 16:15-16:40 SHIROTORI HALL

[PL-06]
Haruko Sekiguchi (Kyoto Univ., Japan)
Utilizing results of Quaternary studies to predict earthquake scenarios and resultant ground motion of future earthquakes
31 July (Fri) 15:50-16:15 SHIROTORI HALL

[PL-07]
Kenji Satake (Univ. of Tokyo, Japan)
Giant Tsunamis in the Holocene: Geological and Historical Evidence and Geophysical Modeling
31 July (Fri) 16:15-16:40 SHIROTORI HALL

[PL-08]
Martin J. Head (Brock Univ., Canada)
The Quaternary Period/System and its official subdivision: past, present, and future
02 August (Sun) 14:00-14:25 SHIROTORI HALL

[PL-09]
Takeshi Nakagawa (Ritsumeikan Univ., Japan)
Towards better radiocarbon calibration: A story of a Japanese lake
02 August (Sun) 14:25-14:50 SHIROTORI HALL