|Terrestrial Planets and Meteorites||Prof. Alex Halliday & Dr. Ed Young|
|Chemistry and Dynamics of the Earth||Prof. Bernie Wood & Dr. George Helffrich|
|Subduction Zone Processes||Dr. Jon Blundy, Prof. Chris Hawkesworth & Prof. Dave Rubie|
|Rapid Climate Change (Continents/Oceans)||Dr. Edouard Bard & Dr. Frank McDermott|
|Biological Geochemistry||Prof. Derek Lovely, Prof. Rob Raiswell & Dr. Matthew Collins|
|Ocean Circulation: Past and Present||Prof. Bill Jenkins & Dr. Gideon Henderson|
|Flow and Reaction of Fluids in Crust||Dr. Marion Holness & Prof. Terry Seward|
|Weathering and Erosion: Mechanisms and Rate||Dr. Mike Bickle, Dr. Niels Hovius & Prof. Mike Summerfield|
|Mineral Surfaces and Reactions||Dr. Vala Ragnarsdottir & Prof. Andrew Putnis|
|Mantle Dynamics and Melting||Dr. Eric Hauri & Dr. Tim Elliott|
|Life in Extreme Environments||Prof. Mike Russell & Dr. Everett Shock|
|Computational Geochemistry||Dr. Keith Refson & Dr. John Brodholt|
|Chemistry and Microbiology of Pollution||Dr. Adrian Bath & Dr. Barbara Sherwood-Lollar|
European Association of Geochemistry
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|May 15, 2000||Abstract deadline|
|July 30, 2000||Final announcement|
|September 3-8, 2000||Goldschmidt 2000|
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