We are happy to announce the IAGC Award winners! This year we are honoring recipients from 2022 as well as some from 2020 and 2021, which were delayed due to COVID. Look out for more information about our recipients soon!
Susan Brantley, Pennsylvania State University - 2022
Yousif Kharaka, U.S. Geological Survey - 2020
Xiangdong Li, Hong Kong Polytechnic University - 2022 | Francois Chabaux, University of Strasbourg - 2022
Martine Savard - 2022
Yuan Mei, Australia CSIRO - 2022
Neus Otero, Universitat de Barcelona - 2022 | Philippe Negrel, French Geological Survey (BRGM) - 2021 | Ian Cartwright, Monash University - 2020
An International Geochemistry Community
The IAGC has been one of the preeminent international geochemistry organizations since 1967. We foster cooperation and advancement in geochemistry in the broadest sense. Our membership is international in scope, but our smaller sized geochemistry conferences are designed to be intimate and approachable. Our popular long-running thematic working group meetings include Water-Rock Interaction (WRI), Applied Isotope Geochemistry (AIG), and the Geochemistry of the Earth's Surface (GES).
It is our mission to financially support geochemical analysis for PhD Students (Student Research Grant Program), highlight the work of early career scientists (Emerging Investigator Series, Ebelmen Award) and scientists from low- and middle-income countries (Kharaka Award), and recognize senior scientists for their service the field and their scientific contributions to the field (Vernadsky medal, Fellows).
IAGC News & Announcements
Benefits of Membership
Upcoming Working Group Meetings and IAGC-sponsored sessions
Pending Working Group Meetings
rescheduled for summer 2023 in Sendai, Japan
The IAGC, the Geochemical Society (GS) and the European Association of Geochemistry (EAG) all work to foster cooperation in geochemistry and promote the advancement of geochemistry around the world. The missions of these three organizations are intertwined, but their approaches are distinct and complementary.
The GS and EAG together organize the Goldschmidt® conference, an annual international meeting on geochemistry and related subjects, which usually alternates between Europe and North America. This is a large, diverse meeting with multiple concurrent sessions that interests a wide variety of geochemists. IAGC members often attend and chair sessions at Goldschmidt®, and the IAGC sometimes presents awards during plenary sessions. All IAGC members receive discounted member rates to Goldschmidt®.
The IAGC's approach to scientific conferences is a bit different. We support smaller independent Working Group meetings that cover a narrower range of thematic topics, but also foster a personal and laid-back atmosphere. Many senior scientists have been attending our working group meetings for decades. Students and early career scientists often remark how fun and informative these small meetings can be, and how much easier it is to network with well-known scientists from around the world in such a setting. Our most popular meetings include Water-rock Interaction (WRI), Applied Isotope Geochemistry (AIG), and the Geochemistry of the Earth's Surface (GES). All IAGC members receive discounted member rates to all of our Working Group meetings.
These societies are affiliated with three influential geochemistry journals - Applied Geochemistry (IAGC), Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (GS), and Chemical Geology (EAG) - all published by Elsevier. As the name implies, our official journal, Applied Geochemistry, focuses on more of the applied themes of geochemistry than the other journals. As such, your papers from resource exploration to environmental protection are a good fit for Applied Geochemistry. The themes covered include: