We are planning a workshop on subglacial and englacial hydrology and geology in Tarraleah, Tasmania, from October 10 to 12, 2023. That is three full days of presentations, discussions, and short field trips to look at subglacial and periglacial landforms in a Gondwana setting.
Tarraleah is a small settlement in the beautiful and secluded Tasmanian highlands, about one and a half hours from Hobart. It was established for construction of hydroelectric power infrastructure, and on-site are penstocks and canals that we hope will inspire the envision of water channelling under and through the ice sheet and glaciers.
Full board accommodation and local transport will be provided; we are presently looking at the details in order to offer a comfortable stay while keeping participation affordable for everyone, including support for students. We also welcome interstate and international participants wishing to stay a bit longer and visit the University of Tasmania in connection to the workshop—details about those arrangements to come.
More information and registration is to be posted soon; you are also invited to subscribe to updates from [send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org] or follow the preparations on Twitter https://twitter.com/TarraleahS
The workshop is organised by ACEAS https://antarctic.org.au/ and collaborators.
We hope to see you in Tasmania in October; please save the date (October 10 to 12, 2023).