Apologies for cross posting:
The 20th December deadline is fast approaching for abstract submission to the INQUA 2015 congress in Nagoya, Japan
We encourage you to submit an abstract to session P28 “Modern calibration of palaeoenvironmental proxies from biogenic carbonate geochemistry”
This session invites presentations on proxy development and validation in biogenic carbonates, including work on marine, freshwater and terrestrial organisms, and on traditional as well as novel geochemical proxies and applications. The full session description can be found here:
If you would like to contribute to this session, please submit your abstract before December 20, 2014:
Please also encourage your colleagues and students to submit an abstract.
We hope to see you at INQUA 2015!
Amy Prendergast & Emma Versteegh