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Literature updates

We will be posting a range of literature references relevant to Organic Geochemistry on a monthly basis. The references are presented as a “zip” that contains a Word document and an EndNote database. For any enquire or if you require a different format, please contact Dr Clifford C. Walters and your request will be considered. . . . → Read More: Literature updates

EAOG Travel Reports

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EAOG Travel Scholarships

EAOG Travel Scholarships

Pieter Schenck Award

Pieter Schenck Awards

OG Events

Here you will find OG related events i.e. congresses, meetings, workshops, courses, etc

IMOG 25

International Meeing on Organic Geochemistry (IMOG)

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OG Jobs

Here you will find job offers from EAOG Member’s institutions

EAOG Member’s Recognitions

Here you will find recognitions, awards, prizes given to EAOG members

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Here you will find issues concerning the EAOG Association

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Others

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PhD position in the ARISE (Arctic Isotopes and Seals) programme

PhD position in the ARISE (Arctic Isotopes and Seals) programme

Potential contribution of terrestrial Organic Matter to the Arctic food web. Supervisors: Dr. Bart van Dongen (University of Manchester) & Professor George Wolff (University of Liverpool) Contact: Bart.vandongen@manchester.ac.uk Application Deadline: 27th March 2017

Outstanding candidates from the UK or EU (fees only for EU students) . . . → Read More: PhD position in the ARISE (Arctic Isotopes and Seals) programme

Prof. John Hayes obituary

Dear colleagues,

Our community is mourning the loss of Professor John Hayes, who passed away on February 3, 2017.  John was an innovator and an interdisciplinary scientist in the areas of biology, chemistry and geological processes. His contribution to inventions, including compound specific isotope analysis of stable and radiogenic carbon, allowed him – and . . . → Read More: Prof. John Hayes obituary

Nominations for the Pieter Schenck Award (2017)

Dear Colleagues,

The Pieter Schenck Award is given every second year to a scientist normally under 35 years of age who has made a major contribution in any specific area of organic geochemistry or a related field. The previous awardees were Jaap S. Sinninghe Damsté in 1993, Mark A. McCaffrey in 1995, Katherine H. Freeman . . . → Read More: Nominations for the Pieter Schenck Award (2017)

IMOG Florence. Send your abstract NOW

Dear colleagues,

Deadline for abstract submission to the Florence IMOG is dangerously approaching. There are only 10 days left to send your contributions.

For full submission instructions follow this link: http://imog2017.org/submission-instructions/

Tis year IMOG will be in Florence, Italy on 17-22 September 2017, a five-day scientific conference covering a wide array of topics related to . . . → Read More: IMOG Florence. Send your abstract NOW

Petroleum Geochemist – Student Internship (6 month) at Total E&P

Within the Total E&P Technology Center (Pau, France), the Fluid & Organic Geochemistry Department is currently looking for motivated students to perform 6-month internships in 2017.

Main activities of the department relate to the characterization and distribution of fluids in the reservoir, fluid property prediction and petroleum system analysis.

The Organic Geochemistry team performs . . . → Read More: Petroleum Geochemist – Student Internship (6 month) at Total E&P

EAOG 2017. Florence, Italy: Sybmit your abstract now

28th International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry – IMOG 2017 17-22 September 2017, Florence, Italy

EAOG is pleased to invite you to the 28th International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry (IMOG) 2017, that will take place in Florence, Italy on 17-22 September 2017. It will be a five-day scientific conference covering a wide array of topics related . . . → Read More: EAOG 2017. Florence, Italy: Sybmit your abstract now

Organic Geochemistry PhD opportunity Plymouth University UK

Life and death in the deep biosphere

DoS Dr Paul Sutton (P.A.Sutton@plymouth.ac.uk, tel.: 01752 584553) 2nd Supervisor Dr Hayley Manners (hayley.manners@plymouth.ac.uk, tel.: 01752 584730) Applications are invited for a three-year PhD studentship. The studentship will start on January 1st 2017. Project Description

Under some oil production conditions, unusual natural organic compounds in petroleum form hard . . . → Read More: Organic Geochemistry PhD opportunity Plymouth University UK

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences.

Conduct research on molecular and isotopic fossils (biomarkers) preserved in ancient sedimentary rocks. Collaborate closely with MIT faculty, research staff, postdoctoral scholars and external collaborators. Contribute to the work of the NASA Astrobiology Institute Team at MIT in studies of the Foundations of Complex Life. Will be expected to contribute to the maintenance of a . . . → Read More: Postdoctoral Research Associate, Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences.

News for Organic Geochemists on LinkedIn

An informal LinkedIn group for Organic Geochemists is now online (https://www.linkedin.com/groups/7068020). This networking group is not only intended for professionals working as organic geochemists but also for those who are working in related fields, such as petroleum chemistry, (paleo-) environmental sciences, astrobiology, or microbiology. Designed as a great resource of information, an enjoyable base for . . . → Read More: News for Organic Geochemists on LinkedIn

Ph.D. Position in Exploration Geochemistry

Title : Organic geochemistry of soils over concealed mineralization: Linking source to sink to strategy.

Description: Distinct hydrocarbon signatures are present above many metallic and nonmetallic mineral deposits buried, occasionally at great depth, beneath transported overburden. Although there has been a degree of commercial success in the development of techniques to identify and prioritize mineral . . . → Read More: Ph.D. Position in Exploration Geochemistry