January 23, 2017: Abstract submission / registration open March 6, 2017: EXTENDED deadline for abstract submission, student grant and fieldtrip/short course application April 1, 2017: Abstract revision notice April 15, 2017: Final revised abstract April 30, 2017: Final acceptance/rejection May 15, 2017: Deadline for early-bird registration June 1, 2017: Fieldtrip and Short Courses notice
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