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Julien Bouchez winner of the 2018 IAGC Ebelmen Award

Julien Bouchez winner of the 2018 IAGC Ebelmen Award

Publication date: 01/08/2018

Awards and Distinctions, Institute Life, Press, Research

Julien Bouchez, a researcher at IPGP in the Outer Envelope Geochemistry team, has been awarded the 2018 Ebelmen Prize by the International Association of GeoChemistry (IAGC).

His research focuses on improving our understanding of the roles played by erosion, weathering and fluvial transport in the long-term evolution of continental surfaces and, more generally, the influence of these processes on global biogeochemical cycles.

It is involved in developing new geochemical tracers for weathering rates and processes, such as stable isotope systems for metals and metalloid elements (Li, B, Mg, Si, Cu, Zn, Sr, Ba) through a combination of analytical work and modelling.

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