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Thirtieth International Geographical Congress Award

Thirtieth International Geographical Congress Award

The Society offers five grants of up to £750 to assist with the cost of attending an international conference.

The conference must be organised by a geographical organisation, association or union affiliated with, or a member of, the International Council of Science (ISCU) or other such similar international organisation.  

Priority will be given to early career researchers presenting papers and seeking to cover travel expenses, although help with conference fees, accommodation, and maintenance costs will also be considered.

Deadline

30 September

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  Thirtieth IGC Grant guidelines (PDF)
 
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2012 Thirtieth International Geographical Congress Award recipients

  Dr Franklin Ginn (Edinburgh University)

Ginn, Franklin (2012) The reveal, the encounter, the experiment, the promise: the ethics of more-than-human geography. Dimensions of Political Ecology Conference on Nature/Society - Towards a Relational Political Ecology, 28 February - 2 March 2013, University of Kentucky, Lexington. Unpublished conference paper. Edinburgh University

  Dr Gisela Zapata (Newcastle University)

Zapata, Gisela. (2012) Transitional flows between Columbia and London: housing and the migration-remittances-development nexus. XXX International Congress of Latin American Studies Association (LASA) – Toward a Third Century of Independence in Latin America, 23-26 May 2012, San Francisco USA. Unpublished conference paper. Newcastle University

  Dr Jill Crossman (University of Oxford)

Crossman, Jill. (2012) Integrated monitoring and modelling of the Toklat River Catchment; forecasting extreme events in glacier-fed catchments. International Symposium on Glaciers and Ice Sheets in a Warming Climate (International Glaciological Society), 25-29 June 2012, University of Alaska, USA. Conference poster. Oxford University

  Dr Nicholas Kettridge (Birmingham University).
 
Kettridge, Nicholas. (2012) The ecohydrological functioning of forested peatlands: Simulating the effects of tree shading on moss evaporation and species composition. Canadian Geophysical Union (CGU), 5-8 June 2012, Banff, Canada. Unpublished conference paper. Birmingham University

Kettridge, Nicholas. (2012) Negative feedback regulation of evaporation to drought with undisturbed and burnt peat. IAHS-ICC international conference, 11-15 June 2012, Alberta, Canada. Unpublished conference paper. Birmingham University

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