We would like to draw your attention to session IG5 within the "Isotopes
in Geosciences" programme at the EGU2010 meeting in May in Vienna on
"Isotope Geoforensics: Principles, Techniques & Applications".
This session aims to bring together scientists who use light element
stable isotopes. trace element isotopes or a combination of both to
answer questions relating to geographic origin, provenance, transfer or
environmental fate of any compound or material of interest in food
authenticity, forensic archaeology, ecology, environmental forensics,
serious and organised crime, soil forensics, or wildlife forensics.
We invite you to submit your oral presentations and posters regarding
any aspect of the above exploiting isotope techniques and isotopes be
they light or heavy or intermediate.
We look forward to your contributions! Please, note the general EGU
remarks re submission deadline and first author rule below.
Wolfram Meier-Augenstein (Scottish Crop Research Institute / University
of Dundee) and Lorna Dawson (The Macaulay Land Use Research Institute)
Aims & Scope
The EGU General Assembly 2010 will bring together geoscientists from all
over the world into one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth,
Planetary and Space Sciences. Especially for young scientists the EGU
appeals to provide a forum to present their work and discuss their ideas
with experts in all fields of geosciences. The EGU is looking forward to
cordially welcome you in Vienna!
Call-for-Papers / First Author Rule
Please browse the Session Programme and submit to your session of
interest no later than 18 January 2010 (04 December 2009 for support
applications). You may decide on a preference either for a poster
presentation or for an oral presentation. However, there is no guarantee
that an oral preference can be realized.
First Author Rule: regarding the oral preference, you are allowed as
first author to submit either one regular abstract plus one abstract
solicited by a convener, or two solicited abstracts. Each further
abstract has to be submitted with a poster preference. If you submit to
a session belonging to the programme group EOS, you are allowed as first
author to submit one more abstract with an oral preference (three in
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