*Apologies for cross-posting*
Isotopes in Biogenic Silica (IBiS) was setup in 2006 to promote the
study of all forms of biogenic silica, their isotopic signatures and
their role in biogeochemical cycling. As part of this, IBiS conferences
have provided an excellent opportunity for students, early career and
more established colleagues to share their latest findings, identify
areas of future research and solve methodological issues (whether they
be analytical or instrumental).
The next IBiS conference will be held at University College London in
the centre of London from 5-7th May
Please consider attending this meeting and promoting this event to other
colleagues/students working in this field.
We welcome abstracts for both oral and poster presentations and look
forward to seeing you to London.
George, Anson and Ginnie
School of Geography
University of Nottingham
t: +44 (0)115 846 6768
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