|Symposium group photo outside the Scott Polar Institute, Cambridge.|
|Conference dinner at the Riverside Restaurant.|
The prize for best presentation was awarded to Alwynne McGeever (Trinity College Dublin) for her excellent talk on modelling tree populations in Europe and best poster was awarded to Francesca Falcini (University of York) who used 3D images to showcase her interesting research into the roughness imparted onto surfaces by past ice streams.
|Francesca with her prize-winning poster|
The next symposium will be hosted by the Centre for Environmental Geochemistry at the University of Nottingham in summer 2016. For more information on #QRAPG16, keep an eye on the QRA meetings page, Facebook or Twitter.
Jack Lacey (PhD student at the British Geological Survey and the University of Nottingham)