Nutrient Cycling on the Modern and Ancient Earth conference

Nutrient Cycling on the Modern and Ancient Earth conference

6-7 July 2015, School of Earth & Environment, University of Leeds, UK

See conference flyer for more information.

Abstract and registration: 1 March to 24 April.
Maximum 100 places are available.

Attendance fees are £100, students £50 (subsidised by EAG).

The availability of nutrients exerts a fundamental control on all life, and has done so throughout Earth history. Despite this significance, controls on nutrient availability in modern and ancient environments, feedback mechanisms associated with nutrient recycling, and large scale implications for the evolution of the biosphere are often poorly understood. This two day meeting will explore advances in our understanding of the behaviour of nutrients in modern and ancient environments across all spatial and temporal scales.

The EAG sponsored 27 students to attend this conference.

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