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The 15th RCMNS Conference “Exploring a “physical laboratory”: the Mediterranean Basin” will be held in Athens, Greece, between 3 and 6 September 2017.
We cordially invite you to join this prestigious and enjoyable event.
The conference is organized along all geosciences topics and session themes, addressed in plenary oral presentations poster sessions.
In addition, we will also have various social events, including excursions and the Conference dinner, to make the meeting a thoroughly enjoyable experience.
We ask you to spread the word about our conference and encourage your colleagues to register to the mailing list and the facebook page.
Perhaps you can encourage those who have not yet decided to come and participate in this vibrant venue.
We look forward to welcoming you all in Athens for this exciting event!
The uniqueness of the Mediterranean Sea is due to its geodynamic evolution. The convergence of European and African plates has formed a semi-enclosed basin with particular features (e.g. having a negative hydrological budget and thus being an unstable biogeochemical paleo-environment) suitable as a multidisciplinary laboratory. Furthermore, besides its long and complex geological history, during the late Holocene has fashioned a unique cradle of civilisation.
The Mediterranean Basin encompasses a large number of different environments/ecosystems where complex physical, chemical and biological processes take place that have a strong impact not only to the adjacent areas but on a global scale as well. Main goal of this conference is to highlight the function of all these processes, their impact on the evolution of the Mediterranean Sea and, consequently, the global environmental response.