A few updates before we meet:
An organized bus to Eilot will be leaving from the Earth Sciences building at Givat Ram campus on Monday at 6:30am and from the main gate at 6:35am. The bus will also pick up passengers from the Ben Gurion Campus, from the bus station across the pedestrian crossing on Ben Gurion Boulevard at 7.30am (see location). Please be on time.
Those arriving by private car, please be at Timna ~10.45am, we plan to start the field trip on time at 11.00 am.
Updates will be posted here and emailed, see the program page for schedule updates.
Poster stands are 110 cm wide and 195 cm tall., you can fit your poster within these sizes.
Feel free to contact Amit from the organizing team with any questions, see you soon,
Amit, Ronit and Alan,
Wim van Westrenen (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
(1) Crystal lattice strain model in igneous rocks; (2) Metal-silicate partitioning and core formation in the inner solar system.
Glenn Gaetani (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA)
Partitioning of H between nominally anhydrous mantle minerals and partial melt: experiments and applications.
Anat Shahar (Geophysical Laboratory, Carnegie Institute of Sciences, USA)
Stable Isotope Fractionation at High Pressure and Temperature.
Laura Wasylenki (Department of Geological Sciences, Indiana University, USA)
Tungsten stable isotopes as a probe of reactions governing toxic metal transport. Testing a hypothesized cause of the Great Oxidation Event with nickel stable isotopes.
Yakov Weiss (Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University, USA)
Trace element fingert-print as a tool for understanding the nature and history of ‘metasomatic’-related mantle sources and melts.
Itay Halevy (Earth and Planetary Sciences, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel)
Experimental and theoretical constraints on kinetic isotope effects in the carbonate system.
Dmitrii Kulik ( Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland)
Thermodynamics of minor element partitioning in aquatic solid- and surface solution systems: Progress in modeling concepts and tools.
Jonathan Erez (Institute of Earth Sciences, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)
Partition of trace and minor elements in biogenic carbonates: The unexpected great luck of paleo-oceanographers. Institute of Earth Sciences, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.
Anne Cohen (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA)
Inside the head of corals: Aragonite precipitation, element partitioning and paleoclimte records.
Edwin Schauble (Earth, Planetary and Space Sciences, UCLA, USA)
Theoretical studies of isotopologue abundances and heavy element isotope fractionation.
Ronit Kessel (Institute of Earth Sciences, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)
Trace element partitioning during hydrous melting of a a metasomatized peridotite at 4-6 GPa.
The workshop will be held at the Eilot Guesthouse located near Kibbutz Eilot. Please follow the signs to the venue.
An organized bus to Eilot will be leaving from the Earth Sciences building in Givat Ram campus on Monday at 6:30am and the main gate at 6:35am.
This bus will also pick up passengers from the bus station across the pedestrian crossing on Ben Gurion Boulevard, Beer Sheva at 7:30 am. Please be on time.
An organized bus will be leaving Eilot on Wednesday to Jerusalem after lunch, around 15:00.