Prof. Antje Boetius delivered the inaugural Endowed Biogeochemistry Lecture June 28, 2016 in Yokohama, Japan.
In 2015, an anonymous donor made a major gift to the Geochemical Society to launch a new endowed lecture to highlight innovative research in biogeochemistry. This prestigious lecture series, presented annually at the Goldschmidt Conference, recognizes a prominent scientist who is making cutting-edge field-based measurements or laboratory measurements on field samples in the area of biogeochemistry.
The 2018 Endowed Biogeochemistry Lecture will be presented by Prof. Adina Paytan of the University of California, Santa Cruz. Her lecture, "Isotopes, Genes and Technology: The Past, Present and Future of Corals," will take place at 14:15 on Monday, August 13.
|2017||Ariel D. Anbar||Designing an Integrated Theory of Earth's Biogeochemical Evolution|
|2016||Antje Boetius||Effects of the Declining Sea-Ice on the Arctic Ocean Ecosystem: Life Matters (video)|