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Latest Geochemical Perspectives: Anoxia-Related Biogeochemistry of North Indian Ocean

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You can register for the conference, for science workshops and early career events, sign up for the Mentor Program, book childcare, buy tickets for social events, and more. The early registration deadline is 31 May. Presenters must register by 31 May.

Student Helpers: Applications Deadline is 31 March

Student Helpers contribute to the smooth running of the conference. If you are an early career scientist and speak English fluently, consider getting involved. Registration fees for Student Helpers are waived. The application deadline is 31 March.

Goldschmidt2023 press team: call for volunteers

During every Goldschmidt conference, a number of press releases publicising advances made in geochemistry and presented at the conference are issued. This outreach initiative is the result of the work of the Goldschmidt Press Officer and the Press Team. We are currently looking for volunteers to join the 2023 Press Team to help with the selection of newsworthy abstracts and provide guidance and contacts. For any questions or if interested, please contact the EAG Office.

2023 EAG-GS Geochemistry Fellows

The European Association of Geochemistry and the Geochemical Society are delighted to announce the names of the 2023 Geochemistry Fellows: Alessandro Aiuppa, Karim Benzerara, Antje Boetius, Maud Boyet, Elizabeth Cottrell, Andrew M. Davis, Hailiang Dong, Danielle Fortin, Penny L. King, Thorsten Kleine, Daniel Ochieng Olago, Clive Oppenheimer, Clare E. Reimers, Rosalind E.M. Rickaby, Myrna J. Simpson, Neil Colrick Sturchio, and Shucheng Xie. Read more

2023 EAG Awards

We are very pleased to announce the recipients of the 2023 EAG Awards. The three medallists will be presented with their awards at Goldschmidt2023 in July.

2023 H.C. Urey Award – Bo Barker Jørgensen, Aarhus University, Denmark
2023 N. Shackleton Science Innovation Award – Rosalind Rickaby, Oxford University, UK
2023 F.G. Houtermans Award – Ming Tang, Peking University, China
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On the EAG Blog: EAG Sponsored Student Rosie Lewis presents her Volcanological Research with a bang!

With the generous support of the EAG, I was able to attend the annual meeting of the Volcanic and Magmatic Studies Group (VMSG), a special interest group of the Geological and Mineralogical Societies. This was the first… Read more

On the EAG Blog: The EAG Forum as a Vehicle for Community Change and Improved Equity

As an international community and as an association, we have recently begun talking more openly about how to combat inequities in our discipline (EAG DEI Committee et al. 2022; EAG DEI Committee 2021; Riches et al. 2021; Pourret et al. 2021 and references therein). Our communityRead more

On the EAG Blog: Quick tips: Using the EAG members forum

Accessing the EAG forum is easy! First, log in to the EAG membership platform from the EAG website or directly at this link. Once logged into the platform, you will see a link to the forum at the top of the page. This gives you immediate access to all the topics on the forum, which are… Read more

EAG Deadlines

1 May: EAG Student Sponsorship application deadline
1 June: EAG Early Career Science Ambassador application deadline

Goldschmidt2023 Deadlines

31 March: Student Helpers application deadline
31 May: Presenter registration deadline and Early registration deadline 

Recently published in Geochemical Perspectives Letters, Open Access EAG Publication

Latest Geochemical Perspectives : ‘Anoxia-Related Biogeochemistry of North Indian Ocean’

This Geochemical Perspectives issue, by S. Wajih A. Naqvi, deals with biogeochemical cycling, especially nitrogen transformations, in oxygen deficient zones of the North Indian Ocean, and how these are affected by exchanges with the marginal seas and riverine runoff. READ MORE

Geochemical Perspectives is an Open Access EAG publication. Print copies of previous issues can be purchased. Find out more

Latest Elements: ‘Cement and Concrete: From the Romans to Mars’

Portland cement represents an essential commodity in a developing and quickly urbanizing world. However, the downside of its popularity is a massive ecological footprint, in terms of global warming potential and consumption of mineral and water resources. Therefore, the development of sustainable alternativesREAD MORE

EAG members have online access to current and past issues of Elements and receive new issues in print.