The next Geochemistry of the Earth’s
Surface meeting (GES 10) will be held in the Collège de Bernardins in Paris,
France, between August 18th and 22nd, 2014. GES 10 will emphasize Critical Zone
cutting edge research at all scales, from the elementary processes to global
biogeochemical cycles. The GES meeting is a small-size, friendly meeting (<
200 attendees) featuring a limited number of invited oral presentations and
extensive poster sessions. Invited oral presentations will be organized in the
morning and poster session will cover all afternoons. A half-day is scheduled to
explore the Quartier Latin, in the footsteps of Vernadsky and Marie Curie.
Social events will include wine tasting (the blood of the Critical Zone) and a
relaxing, convivial banquet. <
BR> Prior to the meeting, a field trip will be organized in France.
GES is a good format for student to meet established scientific leaders and participation of early career scientists is particularly encouraged. Partial support will be available for students to attend and present their work.