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INTERRAD XII - 2009 (China)
Jane K. Dolven (2009/03/25)

Norwegian Radiolarian Stamp
Kjell R. Bjørklund (2005/09/28)

InterRad 11 and Triassic Symposium, March 2006, New Zealand: Reminder
Chris Hollis (2005/06/26)

Radiolarians in the Geological Record
Ed O. Amon and Marina S. Afanasieva (2005/05/30)

Interrad XI Conference Announcement: call for papers
Chris Hollis (2005/05/03)

Review of Radiolarians in the Sedimentary Record
John Gregory (2004/10/31)

Chris Hollis (2004/09/15)

Radiolarians in the Sedimentary Record
Patrick De Wever (2003/09/16)

Circular INTERRAD X - 2003
Peter O. Baumgartner (2003/08/04)

RADIOLARIA 21now also on Radiolaria.org
Jane (2003/07/02)

Jonathan Aitchison (2003/06/28)

Second Circular INTERRAD X - 2003
Sarah-Jane Jackett (2003/02/17)

Radfolks mailing list
Giuseppe Cortese (2003/02/12)

First Circular INTERRAD X - 2003
Peter O. Baumgartner (2002/05/21)

Jonathan Aitchison (2002/05/13)

More plates added in the Archive section
Jane (2002/01/25)

Radiolaria update
Jane (2001/05/08)

Siliceous Microfossil Meeting - 24th of May
John Gregory (2001/04/06)

Cushman Foundation publications for radiolarian workers
Patricia A Whalen (2000/12/04)

Paleozoic Working Group
Patricia A Whalen (2000/12/04)

Mystery Rad of the Month
Jane (2000/11/20)

Radiolaria.org presented at Interrad 2000
Jane (2000/11/12)

Improvements for Radiolaria.org
Jane (2000/11/12)

Issues discussed about Radioloaira.org at Interrad 2000 meeting
Jane (2000/11/12)

Workshop report from the late Cretaceous - early Paleogene Working Group
Christopher J Hollis (2000/10/03)

Interrad XI Conference Announcement: call for papers
InterRad 11, the 11th international conference of radiolarian researchers, will be held at Te Papa Tongarewa, Museum of New Zealand, Wellington, on March 19-24, 2006

The conference will be held jointly with a symposium on Triassic circum-Pacific stratigraphy and correlation, which is hosted by IGCP 246 and the Subcommission on Triassic Stratigraphy.

The conference will include two additional symposia: The Nigrini Symposium on biological indicators of ocean productivity and ocean/climate interactions and the Biosilica Symposium on radiolarians, biosiliceous sediments, methods and applications. Invited speakers and other participants will include leading international researchers in the fields of plankton biology, oceanography, paleoceanography, biostratigraphy, sedimentology, paleontology and stratigraphy.

Conference excursions to Northland, Kawhia, the Wellington south coast, Marlborough and Southland will showcase Permian-Jurassic stratigraphy and accretionary tectonics, including Permian-Triassic boundary successions in Northland, and a wide range of radiolarian-bearing rock sequences, including the Cretaceous-Tertiary and Paleocene-Eocene boundary sections of Marlborough and the Cretaceous-Paleogene ophiolites and pelagic limestones of Northland.

We encourage all international and local earth scientists, oceanographers and marine biologists to consider egistering for this conference or for individual symposia.

Registration Fees early/late
Professional $NZ450/$500
Student/retired/unemployed $NZ250/$300
Professional 1 day/symposium $NZ150
Student 1 day/symposium $NZ100

Register online at http://www.gns.cri.nz/interrad/

Please forward this message to colleagues who are not on this mailing list but may be interested in attending, and let us know if you'd like posters to advertise the conference.

Chris Hollis and Hamish Campbell

Institute of Geological & Nuclear Sciences
Lower Hutt, New Zealand

Chris Hollis (2005/05/03)