Monthly Archives: December 2016

Merry Christmas to all our ARAMACC friends!

christmas-card-2016-to-aramaccAnother year has passed and, unbelievably, this will be the last year of ARAMACC and my last Christmas greeting.  Still, we have the final workshop to look forward to, taking place in January and centred around the Arctic Frontiers conference.  Watch out for more details about that very soon.

2016 featured the Summer School in Split and our appearence en masse at the 4th sclerochronology conference in Portland (our Portland contingent are pictured in the Christmas message above).

ARAMACC publications are starting to appear, and I’ve opened a page for them on the website (please help me to keep it updated).

And we even have our first PhD, Stefania, who has somehow got the whole thing done and dusted before even three years are up !!  Absolutely fantastic performance, Stef.

So, enjoy your holidays everybody.  I think 2017 will be a great year for ARAMACC outputs and, let’s hope, some continuation projects … (And the death of Brexit, sooner rather than later; I want copllaboration with you lot to remain straighforward!)

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year