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The 15th International Conference on Accelerator Mass Spectrometry  (AMS-15) will take place  in the harbour city of Sydney, Australia from Monday 7th  to Friday 11th  of September, 2020. The conference venue is the John Niland Scientia building, located on the Kensington campus of the University of New South Wales (UNSW). 

Abstract submission and registration is now open.  

Please go to

We look forward to you joining us for a fabulous conference and great holiday in Australia.

David Fink,

AMS-15 Conference Chair 

Dr David Fink
ANSTO, New Illawarra Rd, Lucas Heights NSW, 2234, Australia; Tel : 61-2-9717- 3048 
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6th International Conference on Alluvial Fans

Dates:  May 10-15, 2020

Location:  Las Cruces, New Mexico, U.S.A.



Twitter:  @alluvialfan2020

The 6th International Conference on Alluvial Fans is being held in Las Cruces, New Mexico, U.S.A., from May 10-15, 2020.  The program includes three days of oral and poster presentations and two days of field trips to sites in the Rio Grande Rift north of Las Cruces.  Participation from all those who are interested in alluvial fans is welcomed.  Past conferences have brought together researchers from a diverse range of Earth science disciplines.

The conference venue is the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum.  A block of rooms has been reserved at the Hotel Encanto de Las Cruces, with a special group rate of US $99 plus tax (via link on the conference website).

To stay updated on the conference, visit the website  To join the conference mailing list, send a request to, and follow on Twitter @alluvialfan2020.


Invite for ANZGG members

The British Society for Geomorphology (BSG) was established in 1960 and has a current membership of around 600 from around the world.  The society promotes a range of activities for geomorphologists including:

- an annual conference - usually in September, and including professional development workshops

- support for research - in 2015 we disbursed £60,000 in grants

- provision of resources for outreach activities

- publications - including the BSG journal Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (ESPL), and the online publication Geomorphological Techniques.

The BSG is seeking to strengthen their relationships with other groups and societies around the world with a similar focus on geomorphology. To facilitate this, the BGS is offering all ANZGG members the opportunity to attend their Annual Conference at the BSG members rate – typically a discount of ~ 25 % on the full registration. 

In order to qualify for the conference discount, ANZGG members will need to provide confirmation that they are current members of the ANZGG, such as an email from the membership secretary or a copy of the program from the last ANZGG meeting identifying you as a presenter. To qualify for full BSG member benefits (e.g. to apply for research grants, or gain free online access to ESPL) ANZGG members will need to join the BSG first – the full member subscription is currently £30 per year.

Want to find out more about the BSG? Have a look at their Twitter @geophemera, Facebook and web pages contact