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  • 30 Oct 2010
  • 03 Nov 2010
  • Denver, Colorado

Conference        Geological Society of America

Session                 Topic Session # T114 - Symbiosis as a Driver of Global Change in Ancient and Modern Earth Systems (Posters)


Conference Start             October 30, 2010

Conference End               November 3, 2010


Session Summary: Symbiosis has profoundly impacted Earth's biosphere and geosphere. Contributions are welcome that deal with ancient to modern symbiosis in the context of biological, geological, and geochemical evolution, including chemosymbiosis and environmental genomics.


Related topics: Paleontology, Diversity, Extinction, Origination; Geomicrobiology; Geochemistry


Abstract deadline August 10, 2010           Wesbite - http://www.geosociety.org/meetings/2010/techprog.htm


Also, during the same conference, there is a special Pardee Keynote session, Symbiosis and Global Change in Ancient and Modern Earth Systems, Tues. Nov. 2, starting at 8am. There will be 5 renowned invited lecturers who will speak to modern to ancient symbiosis, including chemosymbiosis, in the context of past and future biological, geological, and geochemical evolution.


Sponsored by the Geochemical Society, Paleontological Society, GSA Geomicrobiology & Geobiology Division


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