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  Information - GMPV14 Stable Isotopes in Geosciences (co-listed in AS)

Event Information
Aim is to have presentations where stable isotopes are the main subject.
This may include interpretations with stable isotopes as major tool, but
also developments in analytical techniques or methods where stable isotopes
are tracer to obtain info on processes.

There will be a general session, and if sufficient interest exist, within
this session blocks devoted to special subjects are included. These blocks
are (please note with submissing of your abstract if you have interest for a
special block for your presentation):

- Mass Independent Isotopic Fractionations
- Less Common Stable Isotopes in Geosciences (aims at alkali and transition
metal isotopes)
- Stable Isotopes in Forensic Geosciences
- Stable Isotopes Measured by Other Means Than Mass Spectrometry (aims at
optical methods, but also other non-MS methods are very welcome)

Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers


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