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Goldschmidt 2020

Since 1988, the Goldschmidt conference has brought together scientists to talk about Earth and planets, the chemical processes that have shaped Earth’s evolution over time, the interconnections between life and the physical world, the search for new resources, and the environmental challenges facing today’s world. For 2020, Goldschmidt will be a virtual event. While we cannot invite you for a lunchtime seminar this year, we would like to take the opportunity to invite for a live webcast.

Goldschmidt Virtual 2020 21 - 26 June

Live webcasts June 23: Is there life beyond Neptune? The future of MC-ICP-MS

Illuminating the edge of discovery

Session 1: Tuesday, June 23
09:00 – 09:30 CEST / 15:00 – 15:30 CST / 16:00 – 16:30 JST
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Session 2: Tuesday, June 23
09:00 – 09:30 HST / 12:00 – 12:30 PDT / 15:00 – 15:30 EDT
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Scientific presentations

  • Detrital K-feldspar geochronology by collision cell MC-ICP-MS/MS
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  • LIDI 2 – New evaluation strategy for accurate and precise clumped isotope CO2 analysis on carbonate samples
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  • ID-TIMS U-Pb geochronology at the 0.1‰ level using the Triton XT TIMS with 1013Ω resistors
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  • Potassium stable isotope homeostasis in Vertebrate
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  • A perfect MC-ICP-MS detector array for transient signal analysis?
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  • Thank F for Ca: Novel methods for measuring Ca isotopes in biomedical samples with collision cell MC-ICP-MS
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  • A customized Argus VI Noble Gas Mass Spectrometer for 40Ar/39Ar geochronology
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Highlighted Research from the Thermo Fisher Isotope Development Hub at Macquarie University

  • The Archean record of Earth’s late accretion and equilibration of lateveneer from Pt stable isotopes
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  • How recently did fluid flow occur on carbonaceous chondrites?
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  • Ba isotope study on arc lavas and mantle peridotites with the application of 1013 ohm resistor
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  • High precision N-TIMS Os isotopic measurement on low abundance materials using 1013 ohm resistors
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  • Detrital K-feldspar geochronology by collision cell MC-ICP-MS/MS
    Presenters: D.G. Bevan, C.D. Coath, J. Lewis, T. Elliott, School of Earth Science, University of Bristol, UK J. Schwieters, N.S. Lloyd, G. Craig, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany
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  • LIDI 2 – New evaluation strategy for accurate and precise clumped isotope CO2 analysis on carbonate samples
    Presenters: C. Brodie, N. Stoebener, J. Radke, J. Schwieters, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany
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  • ID-TIMS U-Pb geochronology at the 0.1‰ level using the Triton XT TIMS with 1013Ω resistors
    Presenters: J. Roberts, H. Vollstaedt, C. Bouman, N. Lloyd, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany, J.F. Wotzlaw, M.P. Castellanos Melendez, C. Chelle-Michou, Institute of Geochemistry and Petrology, Department of Earth Sciences, ETH Zurich
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  • Potassium stable isotope homeostasis in Vertebrate
    Presenters: T. Tacail, J. Lewis, C. D. Coath, T. Elliott, Bristol Isotope Group, School of Earth Sciences, University of Bristol, UK; T. Tuetken, Applied & Analytical Palaeontology, Instit. of Geosciences, Johannes Gutenberg Univ., Mainz, Germany; N. Lloyd, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany; M. Clauss, Clinic for Zoo Animals, Exotic Pets and Wildlife, Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Zurich, Switzerland
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  • A perfect MC-ICP-MS detector array for transient signal analysis?
    Presenters: G. Craig, H. Vollstaedt, N.S. Lloyd, C. Bouman, J. Schwieters, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany
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  • Thank F for Ca: Novel methods for measuring Ca isotopes in biomedical samples with collision cell MC-ICP-MS
    Presenters: J. Lewis, C.D. Coath, T. Elliott, Bristol Isotope Group, School of Earth Sciences, University of Bristol, UK; A. Heuser, A. Eisenhauer, GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Kiel, Germany; J.B. Schwieters, Thermo-Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany
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  • A customized Argus VI Noble Gas Mass Spectrometer for 40Ar/39Ar geochronology
    Presenters: D. Hamilton, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany D.F. Mark, SUERC, University of Glasgow, UK; Dept. Earth & Environmental Science, St Andrews, UK
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Highlighted Research from the Thermo Fisher Isotope Development Hub at Macquarie University

  • The Archean record of Earth’s late accretion and equilibration of lateveneer from Pt stable isotopes
    Presenters: J. Creech, B. Schaefer, Simon Turner, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Macquarie University, Australia; J. Baker, School of Environment, University of Auckland, New Zealand; M. Bizzarro, Starplan, Globe Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark; F. Moynier, Insitut de Physique du Globe de Paris, France
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  • How recently did fluid flow occur on carbonaceous chondrites?
    Presenters: S. Turner, L. McGee, J. Creech, Dept. Earth and Environmental Sciences, Macquarie University, Australia; M. Humayun, Dept. Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science and National High Field Laboratory, Florida State University, USA
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  • Ba isotope study on arc lavas and mantle peridotites with the application of 1013 ohm resistor
    Presenters: F. Wu, B.F. Schaefer, O. Alard, S. Turner, Thermo Fisher Isotope Development Hub, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia
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  • High precision N-TIMS Os isotopic measurement on low abundance materials using 1013 ohm resistors
    Presenters: B.F. Schaefer, P. Wieland, S.P. Turner, Thermo Fisher Isotope Development Hub, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia; R. Bezard, Department of Geosciences, Tuebingen University, Germany
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