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Free Carbonate Isotope Analysis

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PostPosted: 24 Sep 2004 08:59    Post subject: Free Carbonate Isotope Analysis Reply with quote

Hi everyone:

Id just like to bring to the attention of interested parties the offer Ive made on my personal info page of this site.

Briefly our lab will do FREE carbonate carbon and oxygen isotope analysis in return for authorship on ensuing publications. In the last 2 years many people form around the world have taken up this offer and have benefited greatly with some excellent and surprising results. No project too large or too small. My personal bio will have all required info. If interested and for further discussion, please reply to my personal email

Many thanks

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Bjarne Rafaelsen
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Location: Harstad

PostPosted: 10 Nov 2006 13:05    Post subject: Call for collaboration - C and O in carbonates Reply with quote

Dear all:

Apologies for crossposting but a few years back I put out a call on CARBONET for interested parties to collaborate with our laboratory in the analysis of carbon and oxygen in carbonates. The arrangement was such that samples were submitted to us for FREE analysis on our AP2003 (now Thermo I guess!?) in return for my name and that of the laboratory director on subsequent publications that used the data. Thankfully there were many respondents resulting in quite a few publications with subject areas as diverse as sclerochronology, stratigraphy, oceanography, osteoarchaeology etc.

As we finish up a few projects on the back of a machine "revamp" the time has come to put out a similar call. So if interested please respond to me directly and we will discuss the projects of interest and what will be required.



Dr. Neil Ogle
Environmental Engineering Research Centre
School of Planning, Architecture and Civil Engineering (SPACE)
The Queen's University of Belfast
Northern Ireland
Bjarne Rafaelsen,
Carbonate Network Administrator
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