International Union for Quaternary Research

The International Union for Quaternary Science (INQUA) was established in 1928 and exists to encourage and facilitate the research of Quaternary scientists in all disciplines. INQUA was founded by a group of scientists seeking to improve understanding of environmental change during the glacial ages through interdisciplinary research.

Today, more than 35 member countries, spread throughout the world, contribute to INQUA’s vitality. INQUA’s basic goal – promoting improved communication and international collaboration in basic and applied aspects of Quaternary research – is achieved mainly through the activities of its commissions and committees.

International Union for Quaternary Research

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