Geochemical Society of Japan - Geochemical Society Joint Workshop co-organized by Earth-Life Science Institute, Tokyo Institute of Technology
GSJ, GS, and ELSI
Conveners at ELSI
Henderson Cleaves, Julien Foriel, and Naohiro Yoshida
||Naohiro Yoshida (Past President of GSJ, ELSI, Tokyo Tech)
The bridge over GS and GSJ: Scientific communication starts under the MOU
||Barbara Sherwood Lollar (President of GS, University of Toronto, Canada)
Deep saline waters provide energy for subsurface microbial life.
||Hodaka Kawahata (President of GSJ, U. Tokyo)
Ocean acidification in the past and in the future
||Laurie Reisberg (Vice President of GS, CRPG, France)
Constraining the temporal evolution of the sub-continental lithosphere
||Yukihiro Nojiri (Vice President of GSJ, NIES)
Anthropogenic CO2 emission and its impact on global carbon cycle and marine environment
||Shuhei Ono (Liaison Committee of GS, MIT)
Clumped isotopologue (13CH3D) fingerprinting of methane sources in the environment
||Katsuhiko Suzuki (JAMSTEC)
Marine Os isotope as a tool to elucidate geochemical processes: from paleo-environment to ore genesis
||Kei Hirose (Director of ELSI, Tokyo Tech)
Brief introduction of ELSI
||Mixer at 1st Floor Communication Space, ELSI Bldg.
Free of charge for registration to the Workshop
Fee for the mixer is 4000JPY, or 2000JPY for students.