• 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

Canil, D. 05h/2236/Tu Assessing Fluids as a Transport Vector for S and Other Chalcophile Elements in the Sub-Arc Mantle

Canizarès, A. 08f/2080/Mo Study of Iron-Bearing Dolomite Dissolution at Various Temperatures: Evidence for the Formation of Secondary Nanocrystalline Iron-Rich Phases on the Dolomite Surface

Cano-Gonzalez, A. 12a/17:00/Mo Study of Water and Cultural Heritage Limestone Interaction Using Isotopic Labelling

Canolle, E. 11c/16:30/We Are Lipids Better Preserved in Earth-Worm Casts Compared to Soils? a Mesocosm Experiment with 13C-Labeled Litter

Canovas, P. 15h/11:15/Fr Metabolic Cartography in Basalt Hosted Systems

Canup, R. 02e/16:30/Tu Chemistry of Impact-Generated Disks: Implications for the Moon
02g/16:00/We Exploring the Causes of 182W Heterogeneity in Earth

Cao, Cheng 10f/2319/Th A Refined Dissolution Method to Extract Primary Seawater Rare Earth Element Signal from Ancient Marine Carbonates

Cao, Chunhui 07a/2171/Mo The Geological Implication of Noble Gas Isotopies in Shale Gas

Cao, F. 13o/2233/Th Perchlorates Ions (ClO4-), Explosives and Nitrates in Chalk Aquifer of Champagne-Ardennes, France

Cao, J. 10b/3002/We Genomic Analysis Revealing the Mechanisms of Hydrostatic Pressure Adaptation of Piezophilic Bacterium Pseudodesulfovibrio Indicus J2

Cao, L. 10a/2315/Th Volcanic Driver of the Ordovician-Silurian Mass Extinction: Evidence from Mercury Anomaly in South China

Cao, Wen Geng 13m/2194/Th Enrichment of High Arsenic Groundwater Controlled by Hydrogeochemical Processes and Sedimentary Structure in Hetao Basin

Cao, Wenrui 15h/3209/Th Autotrophic Uptake by Mesophilic Heterotrophic Bacterial Isolates from Sino-Pacific Marine Sediments

Cao, Y. 13g/10:30/Th Reactivity of Organic Matter in Mobilizing Arsenic from Aquifers of the Hetao Basin, Inner Mongolia

Cao, Z. 10i/16:00/Mo Stable Barium Isotope Geochemistry of Large River Estuaries

Capdeville, M-J. 13l/2191/Th Assessment of Rare Earth Elements Anomalies in an Urban Area: Study Case of Bordeaux, France

Capella, S. 13k/14:45/We New Insights on the Biomineralisation Process Developing on Inhaled Asbestos Fibres

Capet, A. 10l/3052/We Hypoxia Evolution on the Ukrainian Shelf of the Black Sea

Capiaux, H. 13m/2200/Th Environmental Impact of Phosphogypsum Piles in Tunisia

Capo, R. 13j/09:00/We Cation Exchange as a Control on Coal Mine Drainage Geochemistry in the Appalachian Region, Eastern USA
13j/09:15/We Nd Isotopes Track Rare Earth Element Sources in Acid Mine Drainage, Appalachian Basin, USA

Caponi, L. 16d/09:15/Th Re-evaluation of the Global Dust Longwave Direct Radiative Effect from Laboratory Estimates of the Refractive Index and Model Simulations

Caporuscio, F. 19d/17:00/Mo Clay Seals Mineralogy in Deep Borehole Repository

Caquineau, S. 16d/09:15/Th Re-evaluation of the Global Dust Longwave Direct Radiative Effect from Laboratory Estimates of the Refractive Index and Model Simulations

Caquineau, T. 03b/2151/Th A Two Billion Years-Long History Recorded in the 2.45 – 2.2 Ga Old Sedimentary Succession of Turee Creek Group, Western Australia
03b/09:30/Fr Globally Asynchronous Sulfur Isotope Signals Require Re-definition of the Great Oxidation Event

Caraballo, M.A. 08k/2048/We Preliminary Results on the Use of Imogolite to Extract Emerging Organic Pollutants from Water Samples
08k/2050/We Identification of Inorganic Aluminium Polymers as Hydrobsaluminite Precursors by Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry
08k/2053/We Crossroads in Analytical Chemistry and Non-Classical Crystal Nucleation: Deciphering the Role of Inorganic Polymers in Poorly Crystalline Nanominerals Nucleation