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The Central European Tectonic Groups is an open scientific association bringing together the geoscientists with the interest in geodynamic processes of the Earth crust in a broad measure. The main topics of the annual meetings are the problems of structural evolution of the orogenic belts, the basin evolution, relationship of magmatism and tectonics and many others, studied by the methods of structural geology, petrology, geochemistry, sedimentology and geophysics.

Registration to CETEG 2019 prolonged

Dear colleagues,

due to the very nice weather that forces us to go to the field and postpone the writing of the abstracts, we decided to extend the deadline for registration to CETEG 2019 to the end of the next week, i.e. to March 10th, 2019. After this date, the increased fee will have to be paid and we will not be able to guarantee the inclusion of your abstracts in the conference proceedings. Price paid after payment deadline is 200 € (professionals) or 135 € (students).

CETEG 2018 "Rytro" - The first circular

16th Meeting of the Central European Tectonic Studies Groups

18-21 April 2018
Rytro, Poland

First circular

The meeting is organized by

Polish Geological Society
Section Structural Geology and Geohazards

in cooperation with

AGH University of Science and Technology in Cracow
University of Warsaw
University of Wrocław

Organizing team

Paweł Aleksandrowski, Andrzej Głuszyński, Rafał Sikora and Marta Tomaszczyk

aided by Jan Golonka, Anna Świerczewska, Stanisław Burliga, Mirosław Ludwiniak and Edyta Jurewicz

EGO 2018: Variscan and Altai orogens in Europe and Asia and their relative contribution to the building of Pangea supercontinent

**Apologies for cross-posting**

Dear colleagues,
We would like to draw your attention and invite you to submit an abstract to the session at EGU 2018 (Vienna, Austria, 8-13 April, 2018) on:

Variscan and Altai orogens in Europe and Asia and their relative contribution to the building of Pangea supercontinent (co-organized)

Convener: Karel Schulmann  
Co-Conveners: Jean-Marc Lardeaux, José R. Martínez Catalán, Stanislaw Mazur, Min Sun, Wenjiao Xiao, Chao Yuan