• 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

Kelly, T. 07i/3101/Tu Lithium Detection by Wavelength-Dispersive X-Ray Spectrometry in an Electron Probe Microanalyzer (EPMA)

Kelsey, D. 06f/11:00/Fr Th–U Distribution in the Crust: Outcrop and Grain Scale Approaches

Kelson, J. 21g/3171/Tu How Does the 17O Excess of Carbonates Relate to their Source Waters? Examples from Biogenic and Abiogenic Minerals

Kemeny, P. 15k/10:30/We Organic Sulfur Fluxes and Isotope Mass Balance in Rivers
10n/14:30/We The Upper Ocean Nitrogen Cycle in the Atlantic Southern Ocean

Kemmers, F. 12a/15:15/Mo Rome’s Rise to Power as Deduced by Analysis of Silver Coinage

Kemner, K. 13c/2091/Tu Interactions of vanadium(V) with iron(II)/(III)-bearing Minerals
13f/2097/Tu Stabilization of a Mixed-Valence U(V)-U(VI) Phase in Systems with Reduced SWy-2 and NAu-1 Clays
13e/09:30/We U(IV)-mineral Complexation may Explain U Speciation in Reduced Sediments
11m/09:00/Fr Microbial Community Development Under Iron-Reducing Conditions in Wetland Sediment Microcosms Amended with Electron Shuttles

Kemp, A. 03h/16:15/Mo Eoarchean Crust in the Napier Complex of East Antarctica: Isotopic Insights from U-Pb-Hf in Zircon

Kemp, S. 17a/2281/Tu Evolution of Indian Summer Monsoon Dynamics over the Cenozoic: A Multi-Proxy Record from the Bay of Bengal

Kemp, T. 06e/15:00/We Growth of Earth’s Earliest Crust: The Perspective from the Depleted Mantle
06e/16:15/We Earth’s Lithosphere Through Time
07j/17:00/We Petrogenetic Indicators in Titanite: Using the Trace Element Signature to Constrain Polygenetic Titanite Growth and Garnet Growth

Kempe, U. 04h/2067/Tu Shock Wave Treatment of Calcite up to 116 GPa

Kempf, E. 05g/2178/We Water Incorporation into Metamorphic Olivine in the Zermatt-Saas Serpentinite

Kendall, B. 03j/2059/Mo Mo Isotope Evidence for a Global Expansion in Marine Euxinia ~ 2.5 Billion Years ago
14b/11:00/Tu Global Marine Redox Changes Drove the Rise and Fall of the Early Animals

Kendall, M. 06e/15:30/We Within Plate and Subduction-Related Settings in the Archaean

Kendrick, M. 05h/09:15/Tu Global Scale Cycling of Seawater
05g/10:30/Th Halogens and Water in MORB and OIB and the Origin of HIMU

Kennedy, A. 06a/16:00/Fr Oscillatory-Zoned Hematite: A Reliable U-Pb Mineral Geochronometer

Kennedy, B. 19d/09:30/Mo Incorporation of Radionuclides into Nuclear Waste-Related Materials: Joint Atomistic Modeling and Experimental Approach

Kennedy, M. 15j/08:45/Mo Metazoan Burrowing and Organic Carbon Burial in Black Shale
17k/09:00/We Trace Mineral Mapping is Key to Recognizing Black Shales as Dynamic Marine Systems
19g/10:30/Th Dating Deposition and Petroleum Migration from the Same Samples Using the Re/Os Geochronometer

Kennedy, T. 01f/10:15/Th Asteroid 4 Vesta: Large Impact Event Clusters at 4.5 Ga and 3.8-3.5 Ga

kennell-Morrison, L. 21g/3164/Tu Chlorine and Bromine Isotopic Analyses of Groundwaters Fron the Bruce Nuclear Site, Canada

Kenny, G. 02b/16:30/Mo Volatility-Related Element Loss during Large Impact Events: New Pb and Zn Insight from the Sudbury Basin
06b/2186/We Dating Impact Events with Shocked Zircon: Insights from the Sudbury Impact Crater, Ontario, Canada

Kent, A. 11e/3024/Tu Historical Soil Redox Regimes Mediate Soil Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Kenyon, J. 10m/2022/Tu Evolution of Surface Concentrations of 90Sr and 137Cs Through 2016 from the Fukushima Dai-Ichi Nuclear Accident

Kepezhinskas, P. 17l/2349/We Fragments of Paleoproterozoic LIPs in the Eastern Fennoscandia: Implications for the Life Span of the Lapland-Kola Ocean

Kerboul, A. 13m/2210/Th ELVIDOR- Vibrating Gold Micro-Wire Electrode: In situ High Resolution Measurements of Copper in Marine Environments

Kerim, S. 04a/17:15/Tu The Role of Sulfides in the Fractionation of Highly Siderophile and Chalcophile Elements during the Formation of Shergottite Meteorites