Last call for applications!


Application deadline February 3, 2017


Stable Isotope Short Courses at the University of Utah, June 12-23, 2017

Stable Isotope Biogeochemistry and Ecology  (aka “Iso-Camp”), emphasizes fundamental environmental and biological theory underlying isotope fractionation processes and a broad spectrum of ecological and environmental applications

Isotopes in Spatial Ecology and Biogeochemistry (aka “The SPATIAL Short Course”), focuses on large datasets, programming, GIS analysis and modeling, and applying isotopic data to solve problems in diverse systems using these tools


Both classes will be limited-enrollment, multi-instructor lecture and laboratory short courses.  The courses are targeted to graduate students and postdoctoral investigators interested in learning more about the applications of stable isotopes at natural abundance levels to environmental, biogeochemical, marine, and ecological studies. 

Application forms for both courses can be reached through