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Beta Analytic to Join GSA 2018 as Exhibitor

ISO 17025-accredited carbon dating laboratory Beta Analytic is inviting participants of the 130th annual meeting of the Geological Society of America (GSA) to visit Booth 619 from November 4-7, 2018. This year’s meeting will be held at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana. Beta Analytic marketing specialist Haley Gershon and research associates Hui Jian and Troy Day welcome all inquiries about the lab’s services.

Aside from radiocarbon dating and stable isotope analysis, Beta Analytic is also promoting a new service called nitrate source tracking – the measurement of oxygen (δ18O) and nitrogen (δ15N) isotopes in water to identify the source of the nitrates.

The GSA annual meeting is one of the largest international events focused on the earth sciences. The four-day event includes workshops, lectures, short courses, and various field trips. Dr. Ben Bussey of NASA and USGS Director Dr. James Reilly will also deliver special lectures.

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Beta Analytic has supported the GSA by participating as an exhibitor of its annual and regional meetings over the years. The lab will also join the 2019 meeting to be held in Phoenix, Arizona, from September 22-25.

About the GSA

The Geological Society of America organizes conferences, provides grants, and publishes scientific journals to support earth science researchers worldwide. With a strong commitment to diversity, the GSA encourages members regardless of race, sex, age, or religion to contribute and participate. The GSA aims to become the leading geological society in scientific discovery.

Carbon Dating Services & Stable Isotope Analysis

Using Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS), Beta Analytic provides radiocarbon dating services in 14 business days or less for its standard AMS service. Faster services are also available. The lab also offers stable isotope analysis – δ13C and δ15N for non-cremated bones, δ18O for carbonates, and δ2H and δ18O for water. For inquiries on radiocarbon dating cost and other services, please use this form.

This entry was posted on Monday, October 29th, 2018 and is filed under Uncategorized .