2021 Gordon Research Conference (GRC) and Seminar (GRS) on Chemical Oceanography
July 17 - July 23
Location: Southern New Hampshire University, Manchester, NH, US.
This conference has been deferred to 2023 due to the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Please check back soon for the 2023 schedule.
GRC: Chemical Tracers in the Sea
Chemical tracers integrate time scales, and source and transformation histories and have thus played a crucial role in oceanography. For this meeting, we hope to focus on the development, verification and application of chemical tracers of ocean chemistry, biology and physics in the present and past, with an eye toward predicting the future. Processes of interest could include the changing circulation and ventilation of the oceans, the biological carbon pump including the sedimentary sink, major chemical inputs into the ocean, and internal transformations that impact the cycling of elements including rates. Talks will focus on the development of tracers including stable and radioactive isotopes, organic and inorganic molecules, analytical advances and the application of these tracers to improve our understanding of the “anthropocene”-, holocene-, and paleo-ocean.
The 2019 GRC will be preceded by a Gordon Research Seminar (GRS) in Chemical Oceanography that is open to graduate students and postdocs in Chemical Oceanography and related fields. The GRS provides a forum for early career researchers to present research results, promote networking, and to conduct career building discussions within a peer-to-peer setting.
For further information Gordon Research Seminar (GRS): https://www.grc.org/chemical-oceanography-grs-conference/2021/
For further information Gordon Research Conference (GRC): https://www.grc.org/chemical-oceanography-conference/2021/