• 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 | Ł | Ø | Þ

Saad, E. 11k/16:15/Tu Composition of Dissolved Organic Phosphorus Produced by Marine Phytoplankton

Saaltink, M.W. 22b/14:45/Fr Portland Cement – Rock Interaction. Diffusion and Advection Scenarios
08b/15:30/Fr Using Reactive Transport Modelling to Analyse Cement-Groundwater-Rock Interaction. The LCS Experiment at Grimsel

Saar, M.O. 08b/2018/We How Much can We Interpret Mineral Surface Area with Distributions of Minerals and Pores?
22b/09:15/Fr Why are Reactive Transport Simulations Computationally Expensive and What can We do About it?

Sabanayagam, C. 15k/3222/Tu What Makes Biogenic Sulfur Special? Insights into Surface Chemistry and Mineralogy of Sulfur Globules

Sabatier, P. 11n/2102/We Organic Geochemistry of Anthropocene Sediments in the Sewer Network of Orléans (France)

Sabau, G. 21l/3152/Th Imaging Trace-Element Distribution in Zoned Crystals – An Application to Metamorphic Garnet Porphyroblasts

Sabot, R. 13c/08:30/Tu Formation and Transformation of Fe(II-Iii) Hydroxysalts (GRs) in Marine Environments

Sabri, K. 06f/2129/Th Geochemistry of the Volcanic Rocks of the Moroccan Central Hercynian Massif: Geodynamic Significance

Sabur, M.A. 11m/14:30/Fr Does Silica Control the Mobilization of Phosphorus from Fe(III)-(hydr)oxides?

Saccani, E. 05a/2159/We Geochemistry and Tectonic Significance of Basalts from Central Iran: Evidence from Nain and Ashin Ophiolites

Sachs, J. 10c/2002/Tu Quantitative Decomposition of the Biogeochemical “Heartbeat” of a French Polynesian Atoll

Sachs, S. 13l/16:45/Fr Canola Cell (Brassica Napus) Responses to europium(III) Exposure: A Spectroscopic Study

Sachse, D. 09d/10:15/Mo Insights into Organic Carbon Oxidation Potential during Fluvial Transport from Laboratory and Field Experiments
11n/15:15/Th Potential Salinity Effects on Leaf Wax Lipid δD Values from Submerged Aquatic Macrophytes in Paleo-Climatic Records

Sachse, M. 08k/15:00/We Cyanobacterial Intracellular Carbonatogenesis: Phylogenetic Distribution, Mechanisms and Environmental Implications

Sadati, S.N. 08d/2062/Mo Diagenetic Pyrite as a Source for Sedimentary Copper Deposit in Nahand-Ivand Area, North of Tabriz, NW Iran

Sade, Z. 17d/2048/Th Kinetic Isotope Effects during Witherite (BaCO3) Formation

Sadek Ghabrial, D. 09c/3188/We Biotite-Chlorite Transformation during Low Temperature Alteration of Some Volcanic Rocks from Sinai

Sadekov, A. 15f/2144/We Pyritization of Shelly Fossils, a Multi-Disciplinary Case Study from the Jurassic Kimmeridge Clay
17g/2317/We Rare Earth Elements and Authigenic ‘coatings’ in the Service of Palaeoceanography: A Microanalysis Approach
17g/2319/We The Faithfulness of Foraminiferal Calcite as a Seawater Chromium Recorder
17g/10:30/Th Revisiting Mg Isotopic Fractionation in Foraminifera
10a/16:00/Fr Elemental Systematics of Modern and Fossil Deep Water Corals from the Perth Canyon, Australia

Sadergaski, L. 13j/2119/Tu Uranium Contamination from Abandoned Uranium Mines in the Navajo Nation

Sadikhov, E. 06e/2210/We Geochemistry, U-Pb Zircon Dating and Geodynamic Conditions of Gabbro-Tonalite Complex of Lesser Caucasus

Sadki, D. 10l/11:00/Fr Lower Jurassic Organic Matter Preservation Events, an Oceanic Anoxic Event, and Carbon Cycle Perturbations

Sadooni, F. 15i/16:00/Mo A Geobiological Model for the Formation of Dolomite in Sabkha-Environments
15i/16:30/Mo Dolomite Formation within Microbial Mats in the Coastal Khor Al-Adaid Sabkha of Qatar

Saeed, R. 13a/2173/Th Microwave Irradiation and Citric Acid Assisted Seed Germination and Phytoextraction of Nickel (Ni) by Brassica Napus L.; Physiological and Biochemical Alterations

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

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