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for scientists from different countries to meet each other, exchange ideas on the
state of the art in gas geochemistry, and discuss advance in fluid geochemistry. The
8th ICGG meeting focused on three main geologic environments currently interacting
with the human life: volcanoes, earthquakes and hydrocarbons.
Ninety-four presentations gave participants chance to cover a variety of important
research topics on gas geochemistry in geosciences including: gas migration in
terrestrial and marine environments, Earth degassing and its relation to seismicity,
volcanic eruptions, rare gases and application of isotope techniques, measurement
and analytical techniques.
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