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Geoscience 2000, 17-20 April 2000, University of Manchester. Third biennial conference hosted by the Geological Society, the mineralogical Society, the Palaeontological Association and the British Geophysical Association. The conference aims to provide a platform for discussion of a wide variety of issues, run in six parallel sessions. Oral or poster presentations should be submitted to the appropriate symposium convenor by the end of September 1999. Details of all symposia and their convenors can be found at: www.geolsoc.org.uk. Contact Maxine Winter at the Geological Society, fax: 0171 494 0579; e- mail: geo2000@geolsoc.org.uk

First international conference on geotechnical engineering education and training, 12-14 June 2000, Sinaia, Romania. Abstracts of 200-300 words should be submitted by 15 September 1999. Contact Professor Iacint Manoliu, tel: ++40 1 2421161; fax: ++40 1 2420866; e-mail: manoliu@hidro.utcb.ro

Coastal geotechnical engineering in practice, 20-22 September 2000, Yokohama, Japan. ISSMGE TC-30 international symposium on coastal engineering on soft ground. Abstracts of 300 words should be submitted by 31 August 1999 to Dr Takashi Tsuchida, Port and Harbour Research Institute, 3-1-1 Nagase, Yokosuka, 239-0826, Japan. Tel: + 81 468 44 5021; fax: +81 468 44 4577; e-mail: Is-yokohama@ ipc.phri.go.jp

EuroGeo 2000, 15-18 October 2000, Bologna, Italy. Second European geosynthetics conference and exhibition organised by the Italian Geotechnical Society and the Italian chapter of the IGS. Abstracts of between 300 and 500 words should be submitted by 15 October 1999 to the secretariat. Fax: +39 06 44249274, e-mail: agi@mercurio

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