Conference Announcement

Goldschmidt 11e: Spatial and Temporal Redox Dynamics in Soils and Sediments

Please consider submitting to this excellent session on redox dynamics at the Goldschmidt 2017 conference in Paris, France (August 13th-18th).
Abstract submission deadline is April 1st, 2017 (23:59 EST).

11e: How Spatial and Temporal Redox Dynamics Shape Biogeochemistry in Soils and Sediments Across Scales

Keynote Speaker: Professor Philippe Van Cappellen (University of Waterloo, Canada)

BIOGEOMON Weathering and chemical processes as keys to ecosystem functioning.

Dear Colleagues, 
Please consider submitting an abstract to the BIOGEOMON session: Weathering and chemical processes as keys to ecosystem functioning. 
Invited speakers: Anne-Desiree Schmidt (University of Strasbourg), Zsuzsanna Balogh-Brunstad (Hartwick College), Steeve Bonneville (Université Libre de Bruxelles), Heather Buss (University of Bristol). Abstract deadline is 10 March 2017, http://www.biogeomon.cz/

Goldschmidt session 9e: The future of biogeochemical cycling in polar regions

I would like to draw your attention to a session which we are organising at this year's Goldschmidt conference on "The future of biogeochemical cycling in the polar regions".  The keynote speaker
will be Jorien Vonk (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam). Abstract deadline is 1 April.

Goldschmidt Session 09b: Carbonate Weathering Impacts on CZ Evolution

Goldschmidt Session 09b: Carbonate Weathering Impacts on Critical Zone Evolution: Rapid Transformations of Structure and Function on Decade to Millennial Timescales
Session chairs: Pamela Sullivan (Univ Kansas) and Heather Buss (Univ Bristol), Keynote speaker: Jerome Gaillardet and Invited Speaker: Lixin Jin 

BIOGEOMON 2017 Ecosystems and Catchment Biogeochemistry

Dear Colleagues, 
Please consider submitting an abstract to the BIOGEOMON conference to be held just after Goldschmidt (20-24 August) in a lovely UNESCO-listed castle in Litomyšl, Czech Republic (IT'S IN A CASTLE!!). If you haven't been to a BIOGEOMON before, they are perfectly sized (about 400 people, mostly biogeochemists), very good value, and a lot of fun. The Czech Geological Survey are fantastic hosts! 

Goldschmidt 09b: Carbonate weathering in the CZ

Dear Colleagues, Please consider submitting an abstract to Goldschmidt Session 09b: Carbonate Weathering Impacts on Critical Zone Evolution: Rapid Transformations of Structure and Function on Decade to Millennial Timescales

Session chairs: Pamela Sullivan (Univ Kansas) and Heather Buss (Univ Bristol), Keynote speaker: Jerome Gaillardet