Summer School on Stable Isotope Analysis in Biogeochemistry:
with focus on the Baltic Sea and its catchment
In the framework of the BONUS+ project AMBER (Assessment and Modelling Baltic Ecosystem Response) a workshop on stable isotope analysis in biogeochemistry with focus on the Baltic Sea and its catchment will take place for Ph.D. students from countries around the Baltic Sea. The workshop is sponsored by the ESF Nitrogen in Europe Research Networking Programme.
A typical day will be lectures in the mornings and hands on excercises in the afternoons, including practical work in the stable isotope lab at Dept. of Geologal Sciences. The isotope lab has five machines dedicated to specific isotope systems ranging from sulfur to compound specific analysis.
Date and location:
September 15 to September 23, 2010
Dept. of Geological Sciences
Svante Arrhenius Väg
Hermann Bange (IFM-GEOMAR)
Brian Fry (LSU)
Barbara Deutsch (ITM)
Peter Högberg (SLU)
Carl-Magnus Mörth (DGS)
Maren Voss (IOW)
Information for Participants
Please download the pdf with important information (accomodation, getting around etc.)
And here's the schedule.
All other material (lectures, excersises, results) can be downloaded from the ftp-server. Participants can refer to their own notes on how to access the ftp-server or ask the organizers.
The organizers wish to thank the ESF Nitrogen in Europe Research Networking Programme.