European Association of Geochemistry

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The European Association of Geochemistry is a pan-European organization founded to promotes geochemical research.[1] The EAG organizes conferences, meetings and educational courses for geochemists in Europe, including the Goldschmidt Conference which it co-sponsors with the North American Geochemical Society.

Awards[edit]

The European Association of Geochemistry has won the following awards:[2]

  • The Urey Medal (European Association of Geochemistry) for outstanding contributions advancing geochemistry over a career.
  • The Science Innovation Award for an important and innovative breakthrough in geochemistry.
  • The Houtermans Award for exceptional contributions to geochemistry made by scientists under 35 years old.
  • Geochemical Fellows - Awarded annually by the Geochemical Society and the European Association of Geochemistry to outstanding scientists who have, over some years, made a major contribution to the field of geochemistry.

Publications[edit]

The European Association of Geochemistry publishes, co-publishes, or sponsors the following:

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