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International Conference, BRGM, Orléans July 8th – 9th 2010
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International Conference, BRGM, Orléans July 8th – 9th  2010

Geogenic chemicals in groundwaters and soils :

speciation, biogeochemistry, remediation and policy implications

Keynote speakers: Tony Appelo (Consultant, The Netherlands), Stefano Bonassi (IRCCS San Raffaele Pisana, Italy), Jean Carignan (CRPG, Nancy, France), Paul Mason (Utrecht University, The Netherlands), George Raber (Karl-Franzens University Graz, Austria), Tsumato Sato (Hokkaido University, Japan) Philippe van Cappellen (Utrecht University, The Netherlands and Georgia Tech., USA) and Yong-Guan Zhu (Chinese Academy of Science, People Republic of China)

Our thanks to all the staff at BRGM for the organisation of this very successful workshop - in particular the Lead Organizer, Romain Millot. The Programme and Abstracts  are downloadable here.

 
Welcome To AquaTRAIN
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AquaTRAIN Contract No: MRTN-CT-2006-035420

Funded under the European Commission Sixth Framework Programme (2002-2006)
Marie Curie Actions - Human Resources and Mobility Activity Area, Research Training Networks

Start Date: 1st January 2007

Duration: 48 Months

AquaTRAIN is a  Marie Curie Research Training Network established specifically to develop a better understanding of the behaviour and environmental impact, including human health, of geogenic elements, in groundwater and soils in the European Union.

The AquaTRAIN research training network integrates leading centres in Europe active in soil/water systems research within a coherent framework of dedicated young researchers through a joint innovative research programme focused on the cycling of chemicals between soil/sediment and water, and the implications for environmental protection, remediation and management.

The AquaTRAIN MCRTN is Coordinated by Dr David Polya from the School of Earth Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences at  The University of Manchester

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