Are you interested in energy, the environment, climate change, past, present, and future, the chemistry of the cosmos, emerging issues in energy resources, or geochemistry? Do the mainstream media handle these topics enough? What about the niche media? In Sacramento in a few months there's a conference that will be commanding an increased media presence this year. It's Goldschmidt2014 -- The world's most important geochemistry conference that's due to take place in Sacramento, California from June 8th to June 13th, 2014. A bigger media presence, with more headline-making stories is planned. Goldschmidt2014 -- The world's most important Geochemistry conference is coming to Sacramento.
Last year, Goldschmidt 2013 took place in Florence. It provided us with some of the best-covered press stories of recent weeks, including: Did life begin on Mars rather than on earth? The Chelyabinsk meteor had an earlier collision, and New research show the frighteningly-named "Terror Bird", was probably a herbivore, according to the news release, "Goldschmidt2014 -- The world's most important geochemistry conference."
So if you're part of the media in Sacramento, especially if you write about climate change, science, energy, geochemistry, and related topics, you'll want to hear about what new announcements Goldschmidt2014 will have because it's due to take place in Sacramento, California from June 8th to 13th, 2014. If you want to attend, put the dates in your diary now.
This year a bigger media presence is planned, with more headline-making stories about the science behind geochemistry and how these affect the real world.
The 2014 topics at the conference include:
- Climate change, past present and future
- The chemistry of the cosmos
- Emerging issues in energy resources
The Californian Goldschmidt will take place in Sacramento between June 8th and June 13th, 2014. Goldschmidt2014 will follow the pattern established for the recent Goldschmidt conferences, and should be the prime forum for all recent developments in Geochemistry and related fields.
Sacramento is the state capitol of California, famous as the heart of gold country and one of the the most important agricultural regions in the world. The venue is conveniently close to many of California's renowned geologic features including Yosemite Valley and the Sierra Nevada batholith, several ophiolite complexes, and the fossil subduction zone of the Franciscan Complex.
Sacramento is also well placed for excursions to the main Californian wine producing areas and other tourist areas in the state. If you're media and want news releases and information about the conference or circulars, you can enter your email address onto the conference mailing list. Check out what's open to the media.