We would like to draw your attention to the following session:
Session 25a: New Analytical Approaches to Understand (Bio)Geochemical Processes in Modern and Ancient Systems
This session focuses on novel analytical approaches that can provide new insights into biogeochemical processes in modern and ancient systems. Examples could focus on improvements in spatial resolution (e.g., SIMS or synchrotron-based spectromicroscopy) or analytical precision (e.g., MC-ICP-MS) of existing approaches, as well as the development of new innovative approaches (e.g., clumped isotopes in methane). Modeling and theory-based submissions are also welcome.
Please consider submitting an abstract.
We hope to see you this summer in Prague!
David Fike, Washington University, USA
Catherine Rose, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Associate Professor, Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences
Director, Environmental Studies Program
1 Brookings Dr., CB 1169
St. Louis, MO 63130
Tel: (314) 935-6607