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Analytical Chemical Techniques for past and present climate studies
If you have a question about this talk, please contact Lisa Wears.
Since spring 2010 an ultra-high resolution mass spectrometer, which is dedicated to climate-related research, is available at the School of the Physical Sciences at the University of Cambridge. The meeting will present the capabilities of the new highly sensitive instrument for organic compound analysis and will give an overview of a variety of climate science areas where this new technique could be used to get more insights into past and present climate processes. There will be plenty of time for discussions to promote collaborative projects across Departments during the event. This is an open invitation to anyone in the university with an interest in climate science related measurements or related research to attend this meeting.
If you like to attend the meeting, please register by sending an E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
This talk is part of the Cambridge Environment series.
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