Key issues regarding the next IMOG

Dear EAOG member,

We are about a year away from the next IMOG taking place in Prague, Czech Republic (13th – 18th of September 2015; www.IMOG2015.org). I would like to take this opportunity to remind you that to be entitled to the discounted registration fee for this meeting you must have been an EAOG member . . . → Read More: Key issues regarding the next IMOG

Plant Wax 2015 ascona 16-20 June 2015

Plant Wax 2015 – Home.

An interesting workshop is being organized for next year (June 16-20, 2015) in beautiful Ascona, Ticino, Switzerland on:

“Plant Waxes – Biosynthesis to Burial”

The goal of the workshop is to explore all facets of plant cuticular waxes, from their production and physiological roles, to their environmental fate and diverse . . . → Read More: Plant Wax 2015 ascona 16-20 June 2015

Join us at the EAOG

Why become an EAOG member?

-Receive Organic Geochemistry at special membership rate -Discounts on Elsevier online book orders and purchases from the WebShop -Reduced registration fees at our international meetings

To be entitled to the discounted registration fee you will need to be:

-A member in 2014 (registration possible until 31st . . . → Read More: Join us at the EAOG

EAOG is sponsoring the Gordon Research Seminar – 2014 Organic Geochemistry (GRS)

Organic Geochemistry (GRS) Gordon Research Seminar New Advances for Organic Geochemists August 2-3, 2014 Holderness School Holderness, NH Chair: Darci J. Rush

Meeting Overview

The Gordon Research Seminar on Organic Geochemistry is a unique forum for graduate students, post-docs, and other scientists with comparable levels of experience and education to present and exchange new data . . . → Read More: EAOG is sponsoring the Gordon Research Seminar – 2014 Organic Geochemistry (GRS)

Turtle Sex—Preserved for the Ages – ScienceNOW

If anything could be more embarrassing than dying while having sex, it might be being preserved in flagrante delicto for millions of years so that members of an advanced species could dig you up, gawk at you, and write a journal paper about your final romantic encounter. For a group of ancient turtles, this nightmare . . . → Read More: Turtle Sex—Preserved for the Ages – ScienceNOW

CU-Boulder-led team finds microbes in extreme environment on South American volcanoes

A team led by the University of Colorado Boulder looking for organisms that eke out a living in some of the most inhospitable soils on Earth has found a hardy few.

A new DNA analysis of rocky soils in the Martian-like landscape on some volcanoes in South America has revealed a handful . . . → Read More: CU-Boulder-led team finds microbes in extreme environment on South American volcanoes

Joint European Stable Isotope Users’ Group meeting, JESIUM 2012

Dear Colleagues,

I would like to draw your attention to the Joint European Stable Isotope Users’ Group meeting, JESIUM 2012. The meeting this year will be held in Leipzig, at the UFZ conference centre, the “Leipziger KUBUS”, during the 1st week of September (Sep. 2-7). The program and further details are available . . . → Read More: Joint European Stable Isotope Users’ Group meeting, JESIUM 2012

Almost 60 yr tornado record in the USA

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NASA – Web Chat: Watch the Venus Transit Live!

NASA – Web Chat: Watch the Venus Transit Live!. One of the rarest astronomical phenomena, a transit of Venus, will occur on the evening of Tuesday, June 5. Similar to a solar eclipse, Venus will move across the face of the sun and block light from the sun to Earth. The planet’s transit will take . . . → Read More: NASA – Web Chat: Watch the Venus Transit Live!

Gordon Research Conference on Organic Geochemistry (July 29 – August 3, 2012)

The deadline for applications to participate in the upcoming Gordon Research Conference on Organic Geochemistry (July 29 – August 3, 2012) is less than a month away (July 1). We have already received a large number of applications and the associated Gordon Research Seminar is already at capacity. We encourage those intending to participate but . . . → Read More: Gordon Research Conference on Organic Geochemistry (July 29 – August 3, 2012)