News from the EAG
Plans are progressing well for the 2014 California Goldschmidt. The teams responsible for the conference’s 25 themes have suggested over 150 sessions. An exciting program of field trips and workshops is also being prepared, along with a wide range of social events. Abstract submission will be open from 1 January until 1 February.
The EAG Council Elections have ended recently and we are excited to have recorded the highest turnout so far with 1040 votes (38%) cast by EAG members. We wish to thank everyone for their vote and are particularly grateful to the candidates for participating in these elections.
Karim Benzerara and Ruben Kretzschmar have been elected and will join the EAG Council from January 2014. Karim Benzerara is a CNRS Research Director at University Pierre et Marie Curie, France. Ruben Kretzschmar is Professor of Soil Chemistry at ETH Zurich, Switzerland.
Thomas Röckmann, EAG Distinguished Lecturer 2013 and leading specialist in the development and application of isotope techniques to atmospheric research, has already visited institutions in Budapest, Cluj-Napoca and Krakow, and willl be in Prague on 13 December. The EAG would like to thank the host institutions for welcoming Thomas Röckmann.