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 ====== Clumped isotopes community ====== ====== Clumped isotopes community ======
 +===== Available positions =====
 ===== Focused groups ===== ===== Focused groups =====
 Hi everyone, ​ Hi everyone, ​
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 ===== Upcoming events ===== ===== Upcoming events =====
 +**2014 Fall Meeting session - Between a cold outcrop and a hot place: Validation of clumped isotopes and other novel geochemical proxies to shallow crustal geothermometry**
 +Hello clumped isotope colleagues,
 +We wanted to let you know about a session that we are organizing for this year's AGU Fall Meeting: "​Between a cold outcrop and a hot place: Validation of clumped isotopes and other novel geochemical proxies to shallow crustal geothermometry"​. Please see the session details below. With this email we are specifically targeting folks within our growing community interested in higher temperature applications of clumped isotopes, and we encourage you all to consider submitting an abstract for a poster or talk. Also, please feel free to forward this email on to others who you think might be interested. Our goal with this session is in part to interact with other proxy communities,​ so we are hoping to draw interest from a variety of fields (e.g., thermochronology,​ organic geochemistry,​ etc).
 +Abstract submissions opened today and can be found here. The deadline for submissions is August 6th, 2014. 
 +We hope you are having a productive summer and we look forward to seeing you in San Francisco!
 +Greg Henkes, Cedric John, Tobias Kluge, and Ben Passey
 +Session ID#: 1612
 +Between a cold outcrop and a hot place: Validation of clumped isotopes and other novel geochemical proxies to shallow crustal geothermometry
 +The reconstruction and interpretation of temperatures in the geological past has historically focused on low-temperature systems (< 50°C) relevant to past climates, or high temperature systems (> 350°C) relevant to metamorphic and igneous processes. ​ Quantitative paleothermometers suitable for intermediate temperatures (50 – 350°C) have been elusive, particularly in settings lacking minerals suitable for fluid inclusions and thermochronology. ​ Temperatures between 50°C and 350°C are relevant to hydrocarbon maturation, mechanics of shallow faulting, genesis of hydrothermal ores, and diagenesis of chemical phases important for paleoclimatic reconstruction.
 +This session encourages the presentation of innovative techniques and new proxies that may provide quantitative constraints on surface to subsurface processes in the intermediate temperature range (50-350°C),​ for example, using clumped isotopes, triple oxygen isotopes, non-traditional stable isotopes, fluid inclusions, or organic geochemical proxies.
 +Confirmed Invited Speakers:
 +Daniel Stolper, Caltech
 +John Eiler, Caltech
 +VGP - Volcanology,​ Geochemistry and Petrology
 +PP - Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology
 +**Dinner at Goldschmidt 2013 - Wednesday 28th**
 +Hi guys, 
 +In case you are not aware of it, there is a dinner organised for the clumped isotope community tomorrow at Goldschmidt. So far I have the following confirmed for tomorrow night:
 +Isabel Milan
 +Andrew Linton (2 persons)
 +John MacDonald
 +Veerle Vandeginste
 +Annabel Dale
 +Katie Snell
 +Kristin Bergmann
 +Mattieu Daeron
 +Magali Bonifacie (2 persons)
 +John Eiler (will try)
 +Ben Passey (maybe)
 +Jennifer McKay
 +This means roughly 15 persons coming. Is this information correct?
 +If not, please let me know asap if I need to add you or remove you, I will try to reserve a restaurant for us soon (
 +I propose that we meet at 7:30 pm in front of the reception, with a view of being at the restaurant by 8 pm.
 +Cedric ​
 +**The 3rd International Workshop on Clumped Isotopes on January 10-11, 2013 at Harvard University.**
 +The study of multiply-substituted isotopologues (or clumped isotopes) is a growing field within Earth sciences and geochemistry. ​ To date, most research has focused on either clumping in carbon dioxide or carbonate minerals with applications to atmospheric budgets, paleothermometry and diagenesis. But, there are also a series of new applications and discoveries.
 +As we meet for the 3rd International Workshop on Clumped Isotopes we expect to discuss the existing carbonate and CO2 clumped isotope work as well as clumping in O2, organic molecules and other systems. The workshop will provide a small forum (80 to 100 people) for scientists to share novel insights into clumped isotope systematics,​ discuss calibrations of the carbonate clumped isotope thermometer,​ present new results on applications to Earth sciences, and explore exciting new avenues of clumped isotope research. ​
 +If you are interested in attending, please fill out this brief application form by early October: http://​​clumpedisotopes ​
 +The application includes an area where you can give a short description of what you would like to present or your research focus. Space is limited to 100 participants,​ so please apply early.
 +Once your application has been accepted, you will receive additional information about hotels and logistics, as well as information on how to submit an abstract. A $100 registration fee will be charged to all participants (waived for students), which will be used for meals and student travel support.
 +We hope that you will be able to join us for this engaging workshop. **Please contact Lisa Matthews at with any questions**.
 +Sincerely, ​
 +Dan Schrag (Harvard)
 +Hagit Affek (Yale)
 +Ben Passey (Johns Hopkins)
 +Kate Dennis (Princeton)
 * **<fc #​0000FF>​Reminder:​ 2nd workshop on clumped isotopes (abstract submission and registration)</​fc>​** * * **<fc #​0000FF>​Reminder:​ 2nd workshop on clumped isotopes (abstract submission and registration)</​fc>​** *
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 The organisation committee The organisation committee
 (Cedric John, Paul Dennis, Anne-Lise Jourdan, Simon Davis) (Cedric John, Paul Dennis, Anne-Lise Jourdan, Simon Davis)
 ===== Discussion ===== ===== Discussion =====
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   ***Location:​** Zurich, Switzerland   ***Location:​** Zurich, Switzerland
 +==== Goethe University Frankfurt ====
 +  * **Status (June 2011):** up and running
 +  * **Prior experience with:** marine carbonates, pedogenic carbonates
 +  * **Contact:​** Jens Fiebig ([[]])
 +  * **Web page:** http://​​Staff/​Homepages/​Fiebig/​Fiebig.html
 +  * **Location:​** Frankfurt, Germany
 ==== Harvard University ==== ==== Harvard University ====
-==== University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)==== 
 ==== Imperial College London ==== ==== Imperial College London ====
-  * Status (April 2011): up and running ​for heated gas, MAT 253manual ​line, w/automated carbonate device in preparation +  * Status (September 2012): up and running, ​two MAT 253's with manual ​lines, w/automated carbonate device in preparation 
-  * Prior experience with: none with clumped isotopesexperience with conventional isotopes on carbonates+  * Prior experience with: Diagenetic calcite and dolomitenodules, biogenic ​carbonates
   * Contact: Cedric John (   * Contact: Cedric John (
   * Web page: (http://​   * Web page: (http://​
   * Location: London, UK   * Location: London, UK
 +==== Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris ====
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   * **Web page:** (none yet)   * **Web page:** (none yet)
   * **Location:​** France, Paris area   * **Location:​** France, Paris area
-  ​ 
-==== Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris ==== 
 ==== Tokyo Institute of Technology ==== ==== Tokyo Institute of Technology ====
-==== University of East Anglia ==== 
-==== Yale University ====+==== University ​of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)==== 
 +  * **Status (May 2012):** Running both CO<​sub>​2</​sub>​ and O<​sub>​2</​sub>​ analytes. 
 +  * **Prior experience with:** Atmospheric CO<​sub>​2</​sub>​ and O<​sub>​2</​sub>,​ marine bivalves, gas-phase experiments. 
 +  * **Contact:​** Laurence Yeung ([[]]),​ Dan Petrizzo ([[]]) 
 +  * **Web page:** http://​​~lyeung/​ 
 +  * **Location:​** Los Angeles, CA, USA
-  * **Status (May 2010):** up and running +  ​* **Prior experience with:** foraminifera,​ coccoliths, terrestrial and marine mollusks, soil nodules, inorganic precipitation experiments. 
-  * **Prior experience with:​** ​atmospheric CO2, speleothems,​ marine bivalves, land snails +  * **Contact:​** Aradhna Tripati (ripple at ess dot ucla dot edu)  
-  * **Contact:​** ​Hagit Affek ([[]]) +  * **Web page:** http://​​Site/​Instrumentation.html 
-  * **Web page:**  * **Location:​** Los Angeles, CA, USA 
-  * **Location:​** ​New HavenCT, USA+ 
 +==== The University of Chicago Stable Isotope Ratio Laboratory==== 
 +  ​* **Status (Dec 2012):** up and running ​(carbonates soon) 
 +  * **Prior experience with:​** ​heated and equilibrated gases 
 +  * **Contact:​** ​Albert Colman, Gerard Olack ([[]]), Bo He 
 +  * **Web page:**​chisir/ ​ **scripts for baseline correction:​** http://​ 
 +  * **Location:​** ​ChicagoIL, USA 
 +==== University of East Anglia ====
 ==== University Of Saskatchewan ==== ==== University Of Saskatchewan ====
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   * **Web page:** http://​​profile/​wguo/​   * **Web page:** http://​​profile/​wguo/​
   * **Location:​** Woods Hole, MA, USA   * **Location:​** Woods Hole, MA, USA
 +==== Yale University ====
 +  * **Status (May 2010):** up and running
 +  * **Prior experience with:** atmospheric CO2, speleothems,​ marine bivalves, land snails
 +  * **Contact:​** Hagit Affek ([[]])
 +  * **Web page:** http://​​~hpa3/​
 +  * **Location:​** New Haven, CT, USA
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