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Applied Isotope Geochemistry 12 (AIG-12)
17-22 September 2017
The 12th IAGC-sponsored Applied Isotope Geochemistry Symposium (AIG-12) will take place 17-22 September 2017 at the Copper Mountain Resort in Colorado, USA. As in previous meetings, we will have a wide range of topical sessions, including light stable isotopes, clumped isotopy, and metal, radiogenic, and heavy isotopes. The program consisting of oral and poster presentations will be sure to stimulate conversation and new collaborations among our international attendees. We especially encourage students to attend. Copper Mountain is a beautiful resort area in central Colorado's Rocky Mountains. We will have all necessary facilities for the meeting in one place — lodging, restaurants, and the meeting venue are all within a short walk of each other. The meeting will feature presentations on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, with a mid-week field trip on Wednesday. The field trip will focus on the geology and geochemistry of Colorado's metal-mining history. For accompanying persons, there is an abundance of activities, including hiking, fishing, golfing, mountain biking and sightseeing. Copper Mountain Resort is easily reached by bus, van or automobile from Denver International Airport. In the coming months we will have more information posted on our website at www.appliedisotopegeochemistry.org.
If you have ideas for special topical sessions, please contact Rich Wanty (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Ian Ridley (email@example.com). We look forward to seeing you in September 2017!