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  Information - BG5.03 Application of stable isotopes in biogeosciences (co-listed in IG)

Event Information
This session is open to all contributions in biogeochemistry and ecology
where stable isotope techniques are used as analytical tools, with a focus
on stable isotopes of light elements (C, H, O, N, S, ). We welcome
studies from both terrestrial and aquatic (including marine) environments
as well as methodological and experimental studies that introduce new
approaches or techniques (including natural abundance work and labelling
studies).

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