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British Organic Geochemical Society

British Organic Geochemical Society(BOGS) is an association that plans to advance trade and talk about all parts of natural geochemistry. It likewise means to encourage scholarly and long range informal communication between British natural geochemists. The thought behind BOGS was imagined at some point in late 1987 and in February 1988 a letter looking for enthusiasm from natural geochemists in the U.K. was flowed. The signatories of this letter were Drs Wolff (University of Liverpool), Abbott (University of Newcastle), McEvoy (then at University of Bangor) and Rowland (the then Plymouth Polytechnic). The thought appeared to meet with general backing and the inaugural meeting of BOGS was held in Bangor 13-15 July 1988 and was gone to by an excited band of natural geochemists. At the inaugural meeting, the previously mentioned were chosen to Office and stay, right up 'til the present time, the administering body (for need of a superior expression) of BOGS. From that promising begin, The Society has kept on prospering and a meeting has been held each year (well nearly), the area of which typically vacillates between the northernmost and the southernmost ranges of the U.K. Lowlands gatherings as a rule happen over a two-day time span, and typically include: Oral presentations (enduring 15 minutes), Poster presentations and get-togethers (i.e. evening meal).Annual gatherings of BOGS have been held at: Liverpool , Bideford (1990), Newcastle-upon-Tyne , Plymouth (1993), Aberdeen (1994), Bristol (1995), Liverpool (1996), Newcastle-upon-Tyne (1997), Plymouth (1998), York , Bristol (2000), Gregynog, Wales (2001), Newcastle-upon-Tyne , Plymouth , Nottingham, Liverpool (2005), Milton Keynes (2006).BOGS did not meet in 2007, as this would have conflicted with the 23rd International Meeting of Organic Geochemistry (IMOG) occasion that was happening in Torquay. The nineteenth BOGS meeting will happen on 1 – 2 July 2008, at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne. It is allowed to end up an individual from BOGS. 

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