As announced during the First Workshop held in Montevideo (TAAS 2017; Figure below), we are organizing the second Workshop on Actualistic Taphonomy in South America. The idea of a small meeting (as a workshop stricto sensu) is to be continued, given the highly successful results of the first event.
Oficial photo of the 1st TAAS, Montevideo, UY (2017).
Covid-19 has been forcing institutional decisions that are affecting directly any type of people gathering and agglomerations.
In this sense, we decided to postpone our 2nd TAAS to 2021.
Until now, more than 25 abstracts have been submitted and most of them already revised and approved.
We ask all authors to contact the event to inform us if you will keep the submission or will make a new one (See here how to submit an abstract to the 2nd TAAS).
The event is supported by the Centro de Estudos Costeiros, Limnológicos e Marinhos (CECLIMAR), Imbé, north coast of Rio Grande do Sul State, Brasil (see more below).
Centro de Estudos Costeiros, Limnológicos e Marinhos (CECLIMAR), Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, localized in the margins of the Tramandaí Lagoon. Credits: Felipe Caron.
The 2nd TAAS is funded by CAPES (88887.470844/2019-00), and CNPq (403577/2019-5). Institutional support is provide by the Centro de Estudos Costeiros, Limnológicos e Marinhos (CECLIMAR), Campus Litoral Norte da UFRGS; Programa de Pós-Graduação em Geociências(PPGGeo); Programa de Pós-Graduação em Geologia da Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos (Unisinos).