Conference program arranged by day
Program by Theme
Conference program arranged by subject
How the sessions are arranged during the conference
The headline talks of the conference
Award talks and ceremonies
All the Keynote talks
Members of the committees organising the conference
- Pop Up Talks
These events are organised by scientists, societies and members of the geochemical community for the benefit and interest of all our delegates.
Early Career Events
Two 60 minute workshops will be held each day during the meetings at lunch time (these will not conflict with the conference program). Each workshop will accommodate up to 50 participants. Students and early career scientists will register through the conference website during registration. Participants will pay €5 during registration towards a subsidized lunch to reserve their place. Delegates are asked not to book into more than two of these events to ensure that all Early Career delegates have the chance to attend some of the program. In addition, several events open to all students and early career scientists (mentoring, pop-up talks, speed mentoring) will be held during the conference.
These events are all being planned by our exhibitors. To find out more information, visit them on their booths.
The field trips run in association with Goldschmidt are organised and led by scientists for scientists.
There will be a range of exciting social events for Goldschmidt delegates to meet and mingle with fellow geochemists.
Presentations of type: Keynote
|Keynote: The Mesozoic Seas Incarnadine: Trace Metal Availability and the Transition from Green to Red Algal Dominance
Rickaby R, Zhang Q, Snow J, Shafiee R, Eggins S & Lu Z
|Keynote: Nutrient and Carbon Fluxes along Sandy Beaches of the French Atlantic Coast: Recycling and Groundwater Discharge
Anschutz P, Charbonnier C & Lecroart P
|Keynote: Metal Isotope Tracers of the Redox and Productivity States of the Past Oceans: Refining Modern Calibrations
Stirling C, Rolison J, George E, Middag R, Clarkson M & Gangl S
|Keynote: Surprises in Iron Cycling at the Peru Margin
Lam PJ, Heller MI, Moffett JW, Till CP, John S, Sanial V, Charette M, Lee J-M, Toner BM & Marcus M
|Keynote: What do Deviations from the Reversible Scavenging Model Tell us About the Removal of Trace Elements from the Ocean?
Anderson R, Pavia F, Vivancos S, Fleisher M, Zhang P, Lu Y, Cheng H & Edwards L
|Keynote: Sediment Biogeochemistry after the Entrance of Cable Bacteria
|Keynote: Radium in the Arctic Ocean – The 2015 GEOTRACES Missions
Rutgers van der Loeff M, Kipp L, Bauch D & Charkin A
|Keynote: The Challenges of Quantifying the Impact of Microbial Interactions on Ocean Nutrient Cycling
Van Mooy BAS, Dyhrman ST, Alexander H, Frischkorn KR, Krupke A & Rouco M
|Keynote: Regional to Global-Scale Perspectives on Organic Carbon Burial in Continental Margin Sediments
Eglinton T, Bao R, Zhao M, Yu M, Ignatova A, McIntyre C, Haghipour N, van der Voort T & De Avelar S
|Keynote: Carbon Processing in Aquatic Critical Zones: A Source-To-Sink Perspective
|Keynote: Quantifying Triplet Excited States in Dissolved Organic Matter Photochemistry
McNeill K, Schmitt M, Moor K & Erickson P
|Keynote: Investigation of Organo-Mineral Associations at the Micron Scale by NanoSIMS
Remusat L & Derrien D
|Keynote: Non-CAnonical N2O Production Pathways Under Low Oxygen
Bristow LA, Padilla CC, Frame CH, Lehmann MF, Stewart FJ & Thamdrup B
|Keynote: Coupled Iron-Organic Matter Dynamics in the Rhizosphere: Impacts on Soil Carbon Cycling
|Keynote: Nutrient Cascade Through the Agro-Food System and the Terrestrial-Water Continuum: Exploring Scenarii for Combatting Coastal Eutrophication
Garnier J, Ramarson A, Thieu V & Billen G
|Keynote: River Geochemistry: Opportunities and Challenges
Gaillardet J, Floury P, Gayer E, Bouchez J, Tallec G, Blanchouin A & Ansart P
|Keynote: Marine Polyphosphate: Linking the Global Phosphorus Cycle over Modern and Geologic Timescales
Diaz JM, Tang Y, Huang R, Wan B, Sanders JG, Bulski K & Mollett D
|Keynote: Soil Aggregation as a Scale-Dependent Process to Stabilize Organic Matter
Lehmann J, Possinger A, Webster T & Buckley D