The purpose of the AIG-11 international conference is to bring together specialists in the different fields related to applied isotope geochemistry, to present state-of-the-art developments as well as key examples of application, and to promote exchange of ideas between scientists.
The AIG-11 meeting is held under the stewardship of the International Association of GeoChemistry (IAGC).
The AIG (Applied Isotope Geochemistry) is a working group of the International Association of GeoChemistry (IAGC). The AIG meeting is held every odd year since 1993, except in 1995.
The 11th Applied Isotope Geochemistry meeting aim is to provide a forum where a wide range of applications of isotope analyses in geosciences and related fields are presented. A special focus will be put on water resource, as the downstream Loire River is scheduled to UWH and to the Natura 2000 network.