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GEOCOSMO  July 1996

GEOCOSMO July 1996

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Announcement: International Symposium

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[log in to unmask] (Paul Bierman)

Date:

Fri, 12 Jul 1996 14:28:49 -0500

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>Date: Wed, 10 Jul 1996 17:43:22 +0200
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>From: [log in to unmask] (Rozanski Kazimierz)
>To: [log in to unmask] (isogeochem)
>Subject: Announcement: International Symposium
>Mime-Version: 1.0
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>INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON ISOTOPE TECHNIQUES IN THE STUDY OF PAST AND
>CURRENT ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES IN THE HYDROSPHERE AND THE ATMOSPHERE
>
>
>
>The symposium (second of this type - the first one was held in 1993) is
>being organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency (Isotope Hydrology
>Section) and will be held at the Vienna International Center from 14 to 18
>April 1997.
>
>The forthcoming symposium will cover a broad spectrum of applications of
>isotope techniques in studies of past and current environmental changes in
>the hydrosphere and the atmosphere. Consequently, the participation of
>scientists representing different branches of geosciences and life sciences
>(climatologists, meteorologists, hydrologists, geochemists, geologists,
>biologists), in addition to modellers and isotope specialists, is desirable
>in order to discuss and exchange information in a comprehensive
>multidisciplinary approach.
>
>Contributions are invited on the topics listed below and should be devoted
>to further development and refinement of isotope methods, including models
>for evaluation of isotopic data. New applications of isotope methods for
>tracing natural and man-induced changes within the atmosphere-hydrosphere
>system are most welcome. It is hoped that the Symposium will stimulate more
>efficient and wide-spread use of isotope techniques in Global Change
>research.
>
>The programme of the Symposium will comprise invited keynote lectures,
>contributed oral presentations and poster sessions and panel discussion.
>
>Papers are solicited on the following topics
>
>I. Isotopes in atmospheric studies:
>
>Isotopic composition of atmospheric moisture and precipitation; water vapour
>transport in the atmosphere; isotopes as a calibration tool for regional and
>global models of atmospheric circulation; dispersion and transport of
>pollutants in the atmosphere; isotope characteristics of atmospheric
>greenhouse gases; reconstruction of past atmospheric levels of greenhouse
>gases; isotope constraints on sources and sinks of greenhouse gases;
>anthropogenic impact on atmospheric levels of greenhouse gases.
>
>2. Interaction between atmosphere and hydrosphere under athropogenic stress:
>
>Air-sea interactions; contaminant transport through surface water systems;
>recent changes in large aquatic systems (Caspian Sea, lake Bajkal, Great
>Salt Lake, internal seas); man-induced perturbations of the
>soil-plant-atmosphere system on a local and regional scale; impact of
>large-scale deforestation on regional climate and hydrology;
>rainfall-recharge relationship under different climatic regimes.
>
>3. Pollution and degradation of water resources:
>
>Transport of contaminants in the unsaturated zone; identification of sources
>and behaviour of contaminants in groundwater; man-induced salinisation of
>groundwater resources; impact of urbanization on the hydrological cycle;
>interaction of waste disposal sites with regional groundwater systems;
>impact of the mining industry on regional hydrological systems.
>
>4. Isotope indicators of past climatic and environmental changes:
>
>Response of hydrological systems to climate change; polar ice sheets and
>high mountain glaciers as archives of climatic and environmental changes;
>palaeowaters as archives of palaeoclimate; lacustrine deposits as archives
>of climatic and environmental changes; other indicators of climatic and
>environmental changes (terrestrial and aquatic organic matter, freshwater
>carbonates, speleothems,
>phospates, etc.)
>
>4. Advances in isotope analytical techniques:
>
>Recent developments in isotope dating techniques; C-14, Th/U and other
>chronologies; new isotope tools for reconstructions of past climatic and
>environmental changes.
>
>Requests to obtain full information about the symposium and participation
>forms should be directed to:
>
>Ms. T. Niedermayr
>Conference Services
>International Atomic Energy Agency
>Wagramerstrasse 5, P.O. Box 100
>A-1400 Vienna
>AUSTRIA
>tel: 43-1-2060221312
>fax: 43-1-20607
>e-mail: [log in to unmask]
>

Paul Bierman                            (802) 656-4411 (v)
Geology Department                      (802) 656-0045 (fax)
University of Vermont                   geomorphology, isotope geology,
Burlington, VT 05405                    water, paleoneutrons and old dirt 


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