Slovakia and Poland
Tatra Mountains, 2000
|Topographic map of northern Slovakia and southernmost Poland. Location of the conference site is shown by green dot. Highest mountain peaks exceed 2600 m (8500 feet) elevation.|
|Date||Activity||24th ||Arrival in Spišská Stará Ves, Slovakia, registration.||25th ||Oral presentations, poster session, touristic rafting down the Dunajec River.||26th ||Oral presentations, GAGE business meeting, local geology tour.||27th ||Excursion for glacial/periglacial landforms and sediments in the Slovakian Tatras.||28th ||Excursion for glacial/periglacial landforms and sediments in the Slovakian Tatras.||29th ||Excursion for glacial/periglacial landforms and sediments on the Polish side of Tatras. Departure or return to Zdiar, Slovakia.||30th ||Kite aerial photography of the Slovakian Tatras--see KAP. Final departure.
|Participants prepare for a raft trip on the Dunajec River on the border between Slovakia and Poland. Conference organizer, Juraj Janocko, stands to right. Photo date 9/00, © J.S. Aber.||Conference hotel at Spišská Stará Ves.
Photo date 9/00, © J.S. Aber.||Strbské Pleso in the High Tatras, Slovakia. The lake is dammed by a recessional moraine (to right), and the ski jump is situated on a large lateral moraine in the background. Photo date 9/00, © J.S. Aber.|
|For further information, contact the conference organizer, Juraj Janocko, e-mail: email@example.com|
|Geological Survey of Slovak Republic.|
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