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Applications of Stable Isotope Techniques to Ecological Studies

Perth, Western Australia 3-8 August 2014

9th IsoEcol  2014 Perth Australia 



Dear Isotope Colleagues

             On behalf of the Organising Committee, it is our great pleasure to invite you to Perth, Western Australia, to participate in the 9th International Conference on the Applications of Stable Isotope Techniques to Ecological Studies (IsoEcol 9). The conference will be held 3-8 August 2014 at The University Club, on the campus of The University of Western Australia, adjacent to the beautiful Swan River.

             IsoEcol 9 will bring together an exciting mix of researchers from universities, industry and government with interests in the development and application of stable isotope techniques to the ecological sciences. IsoEcol traditionally includes a mid-conference field trip day and is generally run as a single common session facilitating cross-disciplinary discussion. In addition to great science, Western Australia offers you a memorable array of pre- and post- conference touring options to excite and replenish your ecological spirit in a must see global biodiversity hotspot!


We look forward to seeing you in Perth!


The Organising Committee

Dr Greg Skrzypek (Convener), UWA

Dr Pauline Grierson, UWA

Dr Mat Vanderklift, CSIRO

Dr Shawan Dogramaci, Rio Tinto



VIDEO Report: 9th IsoEcol Conference 2014, Perth [click open in new tab]


Full conference book of abstracts [here]


Photos from the conference [Mixer] [UniClub] [Yanchep] [Rottnest] [Dinner] - thanks to Alex Rouillard, Gerald Page, Jordan Iles, François Remy, Thomas Larsen, Gayani Thilakarathna


IsoEcol 9th Student awards

Best Talk - Catharine Horswill

Talk runner-up - Natasha Vokhshoori

Best Poster - Katie Quaeck

Poster runner-up - Jordan Iles


NEXT 10thIsoEcol will be organized in Japan by Alex Wyatt — April 2016


 Free access to previous papers from  8th IsoEcol, France 2012

 Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies - Taylor & Francis Group


Updated on 15/08/2014