21st International Radiocarbon Conference - 2012

09.07 - 13.07.2012
Paris, France
Contact person:
Christine Hatté, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Radiocarbon conferences are recurrent events organized every 3 years. They are designed by and for the international scientific community of Radiocarbon users. It is a worldwide forum to discuss and exchange recent developments, new ideas and challenges on the merging research fields of Radiocarbon. After long being used as a chronometer only, 14C now appears as a powerful tracer of life and earth system processes. For this reason, besides the traditional sessions of 14C such as calibration, archaeology and palaeoenvironmental studies, the 21th International Radiocarbon Conference opens up to a broader range of scientific disciplines that make use of 14C as tracer of fluxes and processes, such as hydrology, ocean sciences, medicine, ecology as well as other unusual applications (forensic, certification, ...). A special focus will be given to the efforts linking observations and models to produce accurate predictions across multiple spatial and time scales.

Call for abstracts

The organizers invite browse through the sessions. You may submit the text of your contribution as plain text or MS Word content. Please pay attention to the guidelines.

Registration opens from 16 Jan 2012.