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Cave air dynamic and water infiltration controlling the carbon isotope exchange process at karst subsurface

AuthorsÁlvarez-Gallego, Miriam ; García Antón, Elena ; Robredo, L. M.; Sánchez, Laura; Garralón, A.; Cuezva, Soledad ; Fernández Cortés, Ángel ; Sánchez Moral, Sergio
Issue Date23-Sep-2013
Citation10th Applied Isotope Geochemistry Conference
AbstractThe Applied Isotope Geochemistry (AIG) Working Group of the International Association of GeoChemistry (IAGC) has organized a series of highly successful biennial conferences focused broadly on the emerging field of applied isotope geochemistry and biogeochemistry. The 10th of the Applied Isotope Geochemistry Conference series is held from September 22 to 27, 2013, in Budapest, Hungary. The venue is the marvellous main building of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences that was built within three years, from 1862 to 1865. The lecture room has 250 seats, comfortable enough to sit there for several days. The icebreaker party, conference dinner, coffee breaks and poster sessions will be organized in the same building so that only a minimal time is wasted to move between conference sites. The lecture room and the local service were generously provided by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences at discounted rates. Many colleagues provided essential help during the organization, among them I would mention first Gabriella Magyar from the Akadémiai Kiadó company, with whom many of you had contact. The committee members successfully attracted participants to the sessions, sofinally 180 abstracts were received. The umbrella organization, the International Association of GeoChemistry has contributed with a major financial support, furthermore the former organizer, Neus Otero and three companies (Thermo Fischer Scientific, IVA Analysentechnik e. K., OEA Laboratories Limited) have also provided supports to the conference, which is gratefully thanked. Due to their contributions, 29 participants could be supported by waiving their registration fees. I’m especially grateful to Tom Bullen, who put a lot of effort and energy in helping us with the organization. Looking at the scientific programme I expect an exciting and valuable one week of presentations, knowing the venue and the service here, I hope that all of you will enjoy the place and go home with good memories
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