HISTORY OF THE ISEG CONFERENCE

The ISEG (International Symposium on Environmental Geochemistry) conference series started in the late 1980s. The initial local symposium on environmental geochemistry was held in Kuopio, Finland in 1985. This was a Scandinavian geochemistry meeting which was a small one. However, at that time, it was realised that an international meeting had to be planned. 

After that, the first truly international ISEG symposium was held in Uppsala, Sweden in 1991. From the beginning a core group of three geochemical scientists provided leadership to these symposia: Iain Thornton, Ron Fuge and Olle Selinus. It was decided that the ISEG symposia would be held every 3 years resulting in meetings on almost every continent since 1991.

  • 2022, the 12th ISEG, Moscow, Russia
  • 2019, the 11th ISEG, Beijing, China
  • 2016, the 10th ISEG, Galway, Ireland
  • 2012, the 9th ISEG, Aveiro, Portugal
  • 2009, the 8th ISEG, Ouro Preto, Brazil
  • 2006, the 7th ISEG, Beijing, China
  • 2003, the 6th ISEG, Edinburgh, Scotland
  • 2000, the 5th ISEG, Cape Town, South Africa
  • 1997, the 4th ISEG, Vail, Colorado, USA
  • 1994, the 3rd ISEG, Krakow, Poland
  • 1991, the 2nd ISEG, Uppsala, Sweden
  • 1985, the 1st ISEG, Kuopio, Finland
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