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.
During the last years the bibliography has grown up to over 1500 single entries. The main focus of this collection is the published (and unpublished) literature on geology and paleontology of the Saxonian-Bohemian Cretaceous. It contains monographs, articles in journals, excursion guides, conference abstracts and even PhD and diploma thesis for example. Since a couple of weeks there is the possibility to export this literature database to the *.bib file format (BiBTeX), which can be used with the most common software for data and literature management like Citavi, Endnote or JabRef.
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).
Alexander Makowsky & Anton Rzehak, 1884. Die geologischen Verhältnisse der Umgebung von Brünn als Erläuterung zu der geologischen Karte. Verhandlungen des naturforschenden Vereines in Brünn (W. Burkart) Brünn 22/1883 (1): 127–285.
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).