The Middle East Technical University, Ankara will host this meeting on September 1st to 5th, 2013.
More informations on www.cretaceous2013.org
During the years a lot of non-german speakers visits the site and used translation tools like Googles or just navigated by trial-and error. After I decided to go over with the site I implemented at least a basic navigation in english. It's still in progress but I hope I'll be able to offer an acceptable comfort soon.
Small WebGIS with informations on localities and references combined with the geological maps of Germany 1:200.000 (GÜK200), Saxony (1:50.000) and the Czech Republic (1:50.000).
List of digitized geoscientific Journals (mainly historical geology/palaeontology). At least one issue has been published before 1930 and is freely accessible (exceptions marked).
A bibliography mainly related to the palaeontology of the Saxonian & Bohemian Cretaceous. It is based on a list created by Löser & Richter, 1989. A complete list, containing the geological literature as well (1749 until now) is available here.
Paul Wagner, 1903. Die mineralogisch-geologische Durchforschung Sachsens in ihrer geschichtlichen Entwickelung. Sitzungsberichte und Abhandlungen der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft ISIS (Burdach) Dresden 1902: 63–128.
Works belonging to the Public Domain (copyright expired) were digitized by projects like Google Books, archive.org and for natural scientific literature the Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL) specificly. A lot of the material is widespreaded on different (hidden) databases. A list on free available e-books is provided here (Upper Cretaceous of NW-Europe, especially Saxony, Bohemia and the north German Basin).