IsoNose (ISOtopic tools as NOvel Sensors of Earth surface resources)

IsoNose is a European Training Network (ITN) funded under the Marie Curie Initial Training Network scheme. The IsoNose consortium consists of eight international partners and five associated partners in six countries (Germany, France, Ireland, UK, Turkey, USA). The Marie Curie ITN IsoNose employs PhD-students and 2 postdocs to work on innovative stable isotope methods in the environment and mass spectrometry.

The IsoNose (our objective is to use isotopes to "scent", like with a nose, Earth Surface resources, hence “IsoNose ”) research and training programme will focus on three major Earth surface resources: soil, water and metals. Novel stable isotope techniques measuring the stable isotope fractionation of elements like silica, iron, magnesium, zinc, and boron will disclose the processes by which these resources were formed and by which such metals are dispersed in industrial processes.

For more information, please visit our website www.isonose.eu

Coordinator

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Prof. Dr. Friedhelm von Blanckenburg
Geochemistry of the Earth's surface

Telegrafenberg
Building E, room 220
14473 Potsdam
tel. +49 331 288-2850

Project Manager

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Dr. Maja Tesmer
Geochemistry of the Earth's surface

Telegrafenberg
Building E, room 227
14473 Potsdam
tel. +49 331 288-28729