Geochemistry of the Earth’s surface (GES-10)

Geochemistry of the Earth’s surface (GES-10)

18-22 August 2014, Collège des Bernardins, Paris, France

The Geochemistry of the Earth’s Surface meeting (GES 10) emphasized Critical Zone cutting edge research at all scales, from the elementary processes to global biogeochemical cycles.

The GES meeting was a small-size, friendly meeting (< 200 attendees) featuring a limited number of invited oral presentations and extensive poster sessions. Invited oral presentations were organized in the morning and poster session covered all afternoons. A half-day was scheduled to explore the Quartier Latin, in the footsteps of Vernadsky and Marie Curie. Social events included wine tasting (the blood of the Critical Zone) and a relaxing, convivial banquet. Prior to the meeting, a field trip was organized in France. GES is a good format for student to meet established scientific leaders and participation of early career scientists is particularly encouraged. Partial support was available for students to attend and present their work. The EAG supported student attendance by providing grants up to 200 Euros per student, applied towards registration fees.

Students sponsored Institution
Joseph Bassil University of Poitiers, France
María Chapela Lara University of Bristol, UK
Georgios Giannakis Technical University of Crete, Greece
Soufian Hnrichi IPGP, France
Camille Minaudo University of Tours, France
Julie Pupier Cerege, France
Daniella Rempe University of Berkeley, USA
Franz Seiffert Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, Germany

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