• Program Day-by-Day

    Conference program arranged by day

  • Program by Theme

    Conference program arranged by subject

  • Author Index

    All authors

  • Program Structure

    How the sessions are arranged during the conference

  • Plenaries

    The headline talks of the conference

  • Awards

    Award talks and ceremonies

  • Keynote talks

    All the Keynote talks

  • Committees

    Members of the committees organising the conference

  • Pop Up Talks
  • Community Events

    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.

  • Exhibition Events

    These events are all being planned by our exhibitors. To find out more information, visit them on their booths.

  • Field Trips

    The field trips run in association with Goldschmidt are organised and led by scientists for scientists.

  • Socials

    There will be a range of exciting social events for Goldschmidt delegates to meet and mingle with fellow geochemists.

  • Workshops

    Pre-conference workshops

Index of Authors

The name of each author is followed by a code providing the details of each presentation. The first indicates the session number, the second the time of the presentation, or poster board number, and the third the day of the presentation. For example, 07g/15:30/Th indicates on oral presentation in session 07g at 15:30 on Thursday. Codes in bold indicate a presenting author. Clicking on the code will take you to the session listing for that session.

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z | Đ | Ł | Ø | Þ

Balmer, L. 13n/09:45/Tu Microbial Metabolism in the Deep Subsurface of Olkiluoto, Finland

Balter, V. 13k/16:15/We An Isotope Metallomic Perspective on Aging
13k/16:30/We A Comprehensive Box-Model for Calcium Isotopes in Humans

Baludikay, Blaise K 03i/15:00/Tu Mesoproterozoic Eukaryotes Diversification or the Miscalled “Boring Billion”

Baludikay, Blaise KABAMBA 14e/3102/We Thermal Maturity Estimation of Carbonaceous Material from Proterozoic Organic-Walled Microfossil Assemblages (DRCongo, Mauritania and Australia) by Using Raman Spectroscopy
09i/3218/We Different Geochronological Approaches to Better Constrain the Diagenesis and Sediment Sources in the Mbuji-Mayi Supergroup, (Proterozoic, DRCongo)

Banasik, K. 07j/3093/We A New Natural Reference Material for U-Pb Geochronology: Monazite from the Skalna Brama Pegmatite, the Sudetes, Poland

Bancroft, M. 07i/15:45/Tu The Structure of Alkali Silicate Glasses: A Density and Raman Spectroscopy Study
08k/10:15/We Oxygen Speciation in Silicate Glasses and Melts

Bandyopadhyay, D. 05e/2193/Tu Clue to the Subduction Initiation from Andaman-Nicobar Ophiolite: A Computational Petrologic Approach

Banerjee, Anupam 05c/2279/Mo Significant Variation in Stable Ca Isotopic (δ44/40 Ca) Composition of Global Carbonatites: Role of Mantle Mineralogy and Subducted Carbonate

Banerjee, Ayoti 07e/3009/Th Evidence of Diffusion Driven Coronae Formation during Pan-African Orogeny in Dolerite Dykes from Southern Granulite Terrain (SGT)

Banerjee, B. 17a/09:00/Tu Initiation and Intensification of Indian Summer Monsoon Inferred from Stable Isotopes and Trace Element Geochemistry

Banerjee, M. 07e/3009/Th Evidence of Diffusion Driven Coronae Formation during Pan-African Orogeny in Dolerite Dykes from Southern Granulite Terrain (SGT)

Banerjee, Y. 17g/2303/We “Paradise Lost” for the Belemnites: New Insights Using Clumped Isotopes from Cretaceous Trichinopoly, Southern India

Banerji, U.S. 17a/11:00/Tu Evidences of Global Climatic Events for Last Two Millennia and their Forcing Factors from Active Mudflats of Western India

Banfield, J.F. 21a/09:45/Th Genome-Resolved Metagenomics as a Foundation for Understanding of Biogeochemistry
21a/3124/Th Correlated Cryogenic STXM and Microprobe Study of Biofilms from a Sulfide Contaminated Groundwater Spring

Banks, D.A. 05f/2209/Tu Influence of Hydrothemral Activity on the Final REE Minerlisation at the Okorusu Carbonatite Complex, Namibia
06j/17:15/Th Li Isotopes in Fluid Inclusions as Tracers for Crustal Fluids

Banks, E. 21l/16:45/Th High-Resolution (Noble) Gas Time Series for Environmental Research

Banks, L. 05e/16:00/Mo Boron Isotope Systematics of Collisional Volcanism in Western Anatolia

Banner, J. 17k/2340/We Resolving Temperature Seasonality in Near-Entrance Speleothems

Bansal, S. 15k/10:00/We Microbial and Viral Communities in Wetlands Support Extremely High Methane Emissions and Sulfate Reduction Rates

Banta, A. 20c/10:30/Mo Orphaned and Ignored: Synthesis of Eukaryotic Biomarkers by Bacteria

Bao, H. 02b/09:15/Tu Indigenous Ghost Apatite in Lunar Melt Inclusions

Bao, L. 05c/2290/Mo Mineral Composition Control on Inter-Mineral Iron Isotopic Fractionation in Granitoids

Bao, R. 11a/08:30/Mo Regional to Global-Scale Perspectives on Organic Carbon Burial in Continental Margin Sediments

Bao, Zhi'an 13e/3129/We Geochemical Transfer of Thallium in a Sediment Profile from the Pearl River, China and its Source Apportionment by Lead Isotope
08e/16:15/Th Simultaneous Measurement of S and Pb Isotopes of Sulfides Using a Nanosecond Laser Ablation Coupled with Two MC-Icpmss

Bao, Zhiwei 06d/10:45/Fr Zircon U-Pb Geochronological and Hf-O Isotopic Constraints on Protracted Incremental Construction of Mesozoic Plutons and Extensive porphyry-Mo Mineralization in the Southern Margin of North China Craton