We draw your attention to a special session at this year's Geological Association of Canada - Mineralogical Association of Canada meeting in Whitehorse, YT, June 1-3, 2016:
Stable Isotopes and the Earth System, Special Session 15 (SS15)
Co-chairs: Fred J. Longstaffe, The University of Western Ontario ([log in to unmask]) & Kurt Kyser, Queen's University ([log in to unmask])
Stable isotopic tools have been at the heart of investigating interactions among the lithosphere, hydrosphere, cryosphere, biosphere, atmosphere and heliosphere – on time scales ranging from diurnal to millions/billions of years. Papers are welcomed using stable isotopes to treat the general theme of how Earth has functioned as a system in the past, how it is functioning today in the presence of anthropogenic influences, and what such data suggest about how Earth may function in the future.
You have until January 31, 2016 to submit your abstract for GAC-MAC 2016 Whitehorse.
This year's overall GAC-MAC meeting theme is:
"From the Margin of Laurentia, to the Margin of Beringia, to the Margin of Society"
Find out more about this exciting conference, and how to submit your abstract at: whitehorse2016.ca.
We hope you can join us in visiting this most interesting venue!
Fred and Kurt