SOURCE: http://www.FORAMS2010.uni-bonn.de/sites/field_trips_departure_times.php
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Departure point for all field trips is the bus parking lot at the SW corner of the Hofgarten (the campus lawn outside the Main University Bulding, see attached map). Meeting Point for the Guided City Tours through Bonn and Cologne (No. 7 and 8) is the Main Entrance to the conference building (see attached map)
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Departure Times for the Pre-Cogress Field trips

Departure Time Field Trip No. Field Trip
Sept. 4. 2010,
7:30am
1 Evolution of a Creataceous epicontinental sea: from lacustrine via pelagic to turbiditic environments (2days, Sept. 4 - 5, 2010)
Field Trip leaders: Jörg Mutterlose and Martin Hiss
Sept. 3. 2010,
09:00am
2 North Sea Intertidal Environments (3days, Sept. 3 - 5, 2010)
Field Trip leader: Dr. Joachim Schönfeld (IFM Geomar)
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Departure Times for the Mid-Congress Field trips

Departure Time Field Trip No. Field Trip
Sept.9. 2010,
7:00am
3 Maastricht type locality quarry and Geulhemmerberg caves
Field Trip leader: John Jagt and Rudi Dortangs
Sept.9. 2010,
8:30am
4 Hambach open-cast mine: The Neogene and Pleistocene of the Lower Rhine Basin
Field Trip leader: Georg Heumann
Sept.9. 2010,
7:30am
5 The famous Eocene Messel Quarry, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Field Trip leader: Thorsten Wappler and Sonja Wegmann
Sept.9. 2010,
7:30am
6 The evolution of the Cenozoic Rhine Graben Rift System: Micropaleontological evidence.
Field Trip leader: Jörg Pross
Sept.9. 2010,
10:00am
7 Cultural sights and highlights of the City of Bonn (Beethoven House etc.)
City Tour Guide:
Sept.9. 2010,
8:30am
8 Cultural sights and highlights of the City of Cologne (Cathedral of Cologne and a visit of a beer brewery)
City Tour Guide:
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