|IsoMark - Assessing the potential of isotopes and elements in different hard parts of freshwater fish species to determine origin and migratory patterns using laser ablation inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (LA-ICP-MS)
Andreas Zitek has started his research visit at the Fish Ecology Lab at Woods Hole Ocenaographic Institute lasting from 27.05.2011 until 17.08.2011. The lab techniques observed there represent an important input for the Isomark project, especially with regard to the development and application of advanced analytical techniques for the analysis of isotopes in different hard parts of fish.
The second transgenerational marking experiments have been started with carps using multiple Sr isotope spikes within an official animal experiment.
A session is Co-organized by Thomas Prohaska and Andreas Zitek at the European Geosciences Union, General Assembly (EGU2011, 03.-08. April) in Vienna (Austria) at BG Biogeosciences during the session "Application of non-traditional stable isotopes in biogeosciences". Results of the IsoMark project will be presented at this session.
The IsoMark project will be presented at the European Geosciences Union, General Assembly (EGU2010, 02.-07. May) in Vienna (Austria) at IG Isotopes in Geosciences: Instrumentation and Applications during the session "Application of stable isotopes in biogeosciences". The EGU2010 brings together geoscientists from all over the world into one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, Planetary and Space Sciences.
International Otolith Symposium - 23.-28.08.2009 in Monterey California
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