17th Castle Meeting - New Trends on Paleo, Rock and Environmental Magnetism

28 August – 3 September 2022, Trakošćan, Croatia

The Biennial Castle Meeting on "New trends in Rock, Paleao- and Environmental Magnetism" returns this year (2022) in Trakošćan, Croatia!

The conference will be held from the 28th August until 3rd September, 2022 at the Trakošćan Hotel. Covid protocols that might be required by the Croatian and local governments at the time of conference will be upheld.

In the case that pandemic persists until the time of conference, a valid Covid/green pass might be required. Moreover, if conditions warrant the following measures will be in force on site: monitoring body temperature on daily basis upon request, antigene self-tests will be available to be performed every other day, availability of FFP2 face masks, medical assistance upon request, isolated serviced room(s) for those showing symptoms.

Welcome to the 17th Castle Meeting

The "Biennial Castle Meetings" New Trends on Rock, Palaeo and Environmental Magnetism, held for 30 years, have become a success story attracting researchers from all over the world. The relaxing ambience enables easy and intense exchange of existing knowledge and insights into new trends in palaeo-/archaeomagnetism, magnetostratigraphy, rock and environmental magnetism and adjacent disciplines.

Sponsors

Agico
IAGA
Mag-Instruments
ZH instruments

Organizers

Ruđer Bošković Institute (main organizer)

University of Zagreb, Faculty of Science (co-organizer)

University of Zagreb, Faculty of Geotechnical Engineering, Varaždin, Croatia

University of Zagreb, Faculty of Geotechnical Engineering (co-organizer)

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