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Time July 22(Mon) July 23(Tue) July 24(Wed) July 25(Thu) July 26(Fri) Time
Venue Grand Ballroom A Venue
09:00-09:30 Opening Ceremony

Plenary Lecture 3

Steve Boger

Plenary Lecture 5

Pippa Whitehouse

Plenary Lecture 7

Mauro Guglielmin

Plenary Lecture 9

Paul Morin

09:00-09:40
09:30-10:10

Plenary Lecture 1

Gary Wilson

Plenary Lecture 4

Karsten Gohl

Plenary Lecture 6

Ian Goodwin

Plenary Lecture 8

Robert McKay

Plenary Lecture 10

Fausto Ferraccioli

09:40-10:20
10:10-10:50

Plenary Lecture 2

Yeadong Kim

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Plenary Lecture

Plenary Lecture 1

Ensuring SCAR Science Groups, Research Programmes and Committees Are Fit-for-purpose Over the Next Decade

Gary Wilson

Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research, New Zealand

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Plenary Lecture 2

Development of Korean Earth Science Program in The Antarctic Over the Last 30 Years

Yeadong Kim

Korea Polar Research Institute, Korea

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Plenary Lecture 3

The Tectonic Structure of Antarctica

Steven David Boger

University of Melbourne, Australia

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Plenary Lecture 4

Where Tectonics Meets Ice-sheet Dynamics: Roots of West Antarctica’s Next Ice-sheet Collapse

Karsten Gohl

Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz-Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Germany

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Plenary Lecture 5

Ice Sheet – Solid Earth Interactions

Pippa Whitehouse

Durham University, United Kingdom

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Plenary Lecture 6

Linking Macroweather and Climate Evolution with the Antarctic Record of Glacial History

Ian Goodwin

University of Macquarie, Australia

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Plenary Lecture 7

Permafrost Distribution and Evolution in Antarctica

Mauro Guglielmin

Insubria University, Italy

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Plenary Lecture 8

Antarctic Ice Sheet History in the Ross Sea During the Late Cenozoic from Geological Drill Core Studies

Robert Mckay

Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

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Plenary Lecture 9

An Embarrassment of Riches; We Now Have Better Topography for the Ice on Earth than the Land

Paul Morin

PGC University of Minnesota, USA

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Plenary Lecture 10

A Precambrian Odyssey in East Antarctica: More Pieces, More Tectonic Stages and Less Puzzle?

Fausto Ferraccioli

British Antarctic Survey, United Kingdom

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