Workshop Details
Biogeochemistry and Redox Transformations of Iron
08/04/2014 - 08/08/2014
Meeting Description:

This workshop emphasizes newest developments in understanding geochemical and biogeochemical reactions and processes controlling iron cycling and bioavailability in the environment, from the atomic scale to the field scale. Factors driving iron cycling are multifaceted and their study necessitates an interdisciplinary discussion among chemists, microbiologists, hydrologists, geologists, and mineralogists. This workshop is the next of a regular biennial series on this topic that has facilitated such discussion with great success. The workshop intent is to share current findings, stimulate new ideas, and generate collaborations among leading researchers to help advance new ideas


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Meeting Venue:

Telluride Intermediate School
725 West Colorado Telluride CO 81435

Biogeochemistry and Redox Transformations of Iron Registered Meeting Participants:
Participant Organization
Borch, Thomas Colorado State University
Bruun Hansen, Hans Christian University of Copenhagen
Burgos, Bill Penn State University
Casey, William University of California
Catalano, Jeffrey Washington University
Collins, Richard UNSW Australia
Dideriksen, Knud University of Copenhagen - Department of Chemistry
Frierdich, Andrew University of Iowa
Gilbert, Benjamin LBNL
Gorski, Christopher Pennsylvania State University
Kappler, Andreas University of Tuebingen
Michel, Marc Virginia Tech
Pearce, Carolyn University of Manchester
Rosso, Kevin Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Templeton, Alexis University of Colorado
Thompson, Aaron University of Georgia
Tratnyek, Paul Oregon Health & Science University
Waychunas, Glenn Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Zarzycki, Piotr Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of

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