PAGES Agadir 2021
"Learning from the past for a sustainable future"
The Open Science Meeting (OSM) and the associated Young Scientists Meeting (YSM)
are the premier scientific events of Past Global Changes (PAGES), which is a Global Research Project of Future Earth
and a scientific partner of the World Climate Research Programme and World Data Service for Paleoclimatology.
We look forward to welcoming you in Agadir, Morocco.
4th YSM - 16-18 May 2021
6th OSM - 18-22 May 2021
Testimonials/feedback from 2017 meetings
PAGES OSM was a wonderful and memorable event for me, (and gave me an) opportunity to meet new people working in my field. - SAV
The meeting was truly excellent and very well organised. I consider myself fortunate to have attended. - RB
Thanks to the funding support I've been able to join the PAGES meeting, and present my talk! During the meeting I got a chance to have great discussions, start collaborations, been invited to colloquium, and much more! Thank you for this great opportunity! - BL
It was great meeting in Zaragoza last week. Thanks to funding support, I could obtain a wonderful opportunity and experience. - IO
I learnt a great deal about the research frontier of paleoclimate. I have also made quite a few friends and collaborators. I am probably going to be too old for the next YSM. But I will definitely be looking forward to the next OSM. - RF
I am indeed grateful to PAGES for (the) opportunity given to me to attend the conference. - RN
Let me thank you and the committee for offering me a grant to attend and present my findings at OSM 2017. Words cannot express the gratitude I have for your organization. - SS
Really appreciate your help as well as the assistance from PAGES to attend the meetings. It was a really wonderful experience! - JM
I thank PAGES immensly for supporting my participation at the 5th PAGES OSM. - AK
I would like to express my sincere gratitude to PAGES for supporting me to attend these meetings, which were great opportunities to communicate with young scientists and experienced researchers. During these meetings, I also established networks with many of them for future collaboration as I decided to stay in paleoclimate domain for my long-term career. Many thanks again for PAGES support. - YZ