23rd International Symposium on Environmental Biogeochemistry (ISEB23), Palm Cove, Australia on 25-29th September 2017, hosted by the International Society for Environmental Biogeochemistry.
The Symposium brings together environmental scientists with a diverse range of interests in an intimate setting which encourages close interactions and exchange of information. A major attraction of the ISEB Symposia are their broad, cross-disciplinary coverage and single theme format. Attendance is typically 150 people.
The theme of this years symposium is “From cells to Earth scale processes: traversing the breadth of temporal and spatial scales in biogeochemistry” and includes sessions on:
- Biogeochemistry of mined/industrial environments and impacts of resource extraction
- Frontier techniques in environmental biogeochemistry and microbiology (e.g. –omics)
- Aquatic and terrestrial microbiology including studies on extreme environments
- Impacts of pollutants on ecosystems and their remediation
- Biological interactions and transformations of metallic and organic contaminants in the environment
- Soil, water and landscape processes (including atmospheric fluxes/interactions)
- Microbe-mineral-organic matter interactions
- Marine and coastal biogeochemistry (special focus on tropical coastal systems e.g. reefs)
- Biogeochemical cycling of major (C, N, P, S) and minor elements – methods, applications, fundamental and applied studies
Abstract deadline: 31st May 2017
Early Bird Registration: 28th July 2017