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The Early career event program provides opportunities for less senior scientists to network and learn from volunteers from the community.
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The conference has special rates at several hotels in close proximity to the Hynes Convention Center. We encourage you to book early, as there are a limited number of rooms available.
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2015 Patterson MedalAwarded during plenary on Wednesday 19th August
The Clair C. Patterson Award, recognizing an innovative breakthrough of fundamental significance in environmental geochemistry, particularly in service of society, consisting of either a single outstanding contribution or a short series of papers published within the last decade, will normally be made annually at the V.M. Goldschmidt Conference. More info
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Citationist: W. Berry Lyons
Abstract: The Biogeochemistry of Rare Earth Elements in Low-Temperature, Natural Waters
Medal lecture in:
Session 04e in Chamber Hall on Thursday 20th August 08:45 - 09:30
Citation: Karen Johannesson is the Cochran Family Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Tulane University. Her research focuses on quantifying the biochemical cycling of trace elements, with emphasis on the lanthanide series and a number of oxyanion-forming trace elements such as arsenic, antimony, tungsten, and vanadium.