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FW: workshop on sea level data archaeology

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    Matthew Fry

    See email below from Yann Ferret and colleagues.
    Subject: workshop on sea level data archaeology
    Dear colleagues
    We are currently exploring if you have interest in attending a workshop on sea level data
    archaeology tentatively to be held at IOC/UNESCO HQ (Paris) (10-12 March or 17-19 March 2020 [TBC]).
    Please find attached a first draft of an announcement with further details.
    There is no attendance/workshop fee but participants are expected to cover their own travel and meal costs.
    Could you please let us know by 1st October 2019 if you have interest in such a workshop.
    Please email Yann Ferret with cc to Laurent Testut and Thorkild Aarup.
    We will subsequently finalise the attached draft announcement and circulate more widely.
    Best regards
    Yann Ferret, Laurent Testut and Thorkild Aarup
    Yann FERRET
    département “Marée – Courants”
    13 rue du Chatellier
    CS 92803 – 29228 Brest CEDEX 2
    Tél. +33 (0) 2 56 31 23 07
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