The 2006 Australian Organic Geochemistry Conference: A combined national conference of the Australian Organic Geochemists and the Natural Organic Matter Interest Group - Preface
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The 2006 AOGC was held in February near Perth, Western Australia on the beautiful snorkeling/fishing island of Rottnest. The conference was entitled "The Origin and Fate of Naturally Occurring Organic Matter". The title reflects contributions from the Australian Organic Geochemistry Community and the Natural Organic Matter Interest Group. It was attended by 59 enthusiastic scientists (from both academia and industry) and students from across the continent, Europe and the USA. The 40 talks and 21 posters covered the following topics: Recent Developments in Size Exclusion Chromatography, Disinfection Byproducts and Nitrogen Organics Analysis, Water Treatment, Recent Organic Matter, Palaeoclimate, Analytical Methods and Petroleum Geochemistry. A CD of the abstracts (ISBN: 1 74067 454 5) is available at a small cost from Kliti Grice (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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