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Stable Isotope Tools in Earth System Science 20191028-201911101

PhD Course

The main goal of the course is to offer a broad introduction to the use of stable isotopes (SI) in Earth Systems Sciences (Biosphere, Geosphere, Hydrosphere and Atmosphere). Lectures willgive an overview of the major SI of carbon, nitrogen, oxygen and hydrogen used in studies ofthe Earth System. Topics addressed include (a) fractionation and mixing processes that affectisotope distribution, (b) the use of SI as tracers by using either their natural abundancedistribution or labelling experiments, (c) modelling of processes at meso- and global scale.Questions related to instrumentation, technology and measurement (IAEA standards) will alsobe highlighted.

Lecturer: John Marshall (SLU) Per Bengtson (LU) Gabriel J. Bowen (UTAH) Tobias Rütting (GU) Louise C. Andresen (GU)

Date & hour: 10/28/2019

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Location: Geovetarcentrum, Guldhedsgatan 5 A

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Contact person: Tobias Rütting

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