Goldschmidt is the foremost annual, international conference on geochemistry and related subjects, organized by the Geochemical Society and the European Association of Geochemistry. Goldschmidt 2018 will be held in Boston, Massachusetts on August 12-17, 2018.
CZ Related Sessions, Abstracts & Events at Goldschmidt 2018
Coordinators: Joshua West (University of Southern California), Lin Ma (University of Texas et El Paso) and Xiao-Ming Liu (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
11b: Silicon Isotope Doping Method for Measuring Silicate Reaction Rates in the Critical Zone
Zhang Y, Zhu C, Hu B, Wang J, Rimstidt D, Yuan H & Georg B
11c: Importance of Biological Processes in the Critical Zone: Insights from Mg Isotopes
Bedja I & Galy A
11f Keynote: Fjords as Aquatic Critical Zones
11f: Climate Controls on Weathering Fronts and Implications for Critical Zone Responses to Global Change
Buss H, Hayes N, Moore O & Pancost R
11g: Combining U-Series and Sr Isotopes to Trace Water Flow Through the Critical Zone
White A, Ma L, Moravec B, McIntosh J & Chorover J
Coordinators: Gan-Lin Zhang (Chinese Academy of Science) and Kate Maher (Stanford University).
Coordinators: Sandy Kirtland Turner (University of California, Riverside) and Sarah Simpson (University of California, Riverside)
Early Career Workshop: Learn about Funding Opportunities, Tuesday 14th August 12:45-14:15
Panelists will include Nicolas Sifakis from the ERC and Enriqueta Barrera from NSF. A light lunch is included in the ticket price (US$10), this is subsidised and so places are limited to the first 50 applicants. You may attend without a ticket in which case lunch will not be provided.
Seminar: K-12 Delegates: Engaging students in understanding the Earth system as it intertwines with key societal issues, Tuesday 14th August 14:15-17:15 and Thursday 16th August 14:15-17:15
Find a list of pre-conference workshops here.
Susan Brantley (PSU, Shale Hills CZO) will be presented with the Urey Award Medel during the plenary on Tuesday, 14th August.
Jerome Gaillardet (IPGP, OZCAR Network) and Susan Trumbore (University of California, Hainich CZE) have been named 2018 Geochemical Fellows of The Geochemical Society and The European Association of Geochemistry. Fellows will be awarded during plenary on Wednesday, 15th August.