35th IGC Symposia

35th International Geological Congress Symposia

Paper Number Title Presenting Author Sessionsort descending Abstract
3757 The CoalBed Methane Resource Potential of the Soutpansberg Basin, South Africa Ms. Tshifhiwa Thovhogi Mr Xavier Schalkwyk T19.P2 - Coal PDF icon 3757.pdf
4164 Organo-petrographic studies for hydrocarbon generation, storage and depositional environment of coal and shale in Barjora area, West Bengal, India Mr. SANKI BISWAS Ms DIVYA MISHRA T19.P2 - Coal PDF icon 4164.pdf
1137 Coal geology and quality of the Springbok Flats Basin, South Africa Ms. Valerie Nxumalo T19.P2 - Coal PDF icon 1137.pdf
1402 The relationships between trace elements and organic matter in coals Dr. Shenjun Qin T19.P2 - Coal PDF icon 1402.pdf
2355 The Mucanha Vuzi coal deposit, Mozambique Mr. Fabio Masotti T19.P2 - Coal PDF icon 2355.pdf
2630 Evaluation of automated lithology classification architectures using highly-sampled wireline logs for coal exploration Mr. Tom Horrocks T19.P2 - Coal PDF icon 2630.pdf
915 preliminary study on the acid-remove rate for trace element from the different rank of coal Prof. jianye yang T19.P2 - Coal PDF icon 915.pdf
320 Mobilization of metals and metalloids during and after burning of an uraniferous coal heap (the Beckov coal mine, Czech Republic) Dr. Bohdan Kríbek T19.P2 - Coal PDF icon 320.pdf
4073 The effects of weathering on coal quality in the Limpopo and Soutpansberg Colafields. Ms. Mandy-Jane Tlou Sebola T19.P2 - Coal PDF icon 4073.pdf
4778 Depositional environment and their bearing on some coal bed parameters Mr. Bamidele Oresajo T19.P2 - Coal PDF icon 4778.pdf
1739 Significant Enrichment of Ga, Rb, Cs, REEs and Y in the Jurassic No. 6 coal in the Iqe Coalfield, northern Qaidam Basin, China Dr. Cunliang Zhao Dr. Yuzhuang Sun T19.P2 - Coal PDF icon 1739.pdf
2780 Location and Visualization—the Keys to Geological Education and Research Dr. Callan Bentley T2.10 - Educational Seismology in Secondary Schools / Field-Based Geoscience Education: A YES Network Comparison / Geoscience Education in Africa: Challenges & PerspectivesGeoscience Education at school level /Geoscience Education: technology & training t PDF icon 2780.pdf
4896 Ten years experience of International Earth Science Olympiad: what is the worldwide impact on Earth Science Education? Dr. Rosely Imbernon T2.10 - Educational Seismology in Secondary Schools / Field-Based Geoscience Education: A YES Network Comparison / Geoscience Education in Africa: Challenges & PerspectivesGeoscience Education at school level /Geoscience Education: technology & training t PDF icon 4896.pdf
4315 Training field mapping geologists; the Council for Geoscience (CGS) Field School experience Mr. Nick Baglow T2.10 - Educational Seismology in Secondary Schools / Field-Based Geoscience Education: A YES Network Comparison / Geoscience Education in Africa: Challenges & PerspectivesGeoscience Education at school level /Geoscience Education: technology & training t PDF icon 4315.pdf
2748 Earthquake models used in class: What about their weaknesses? Dr. Jose Selles-Martinez T2.10 - Educational Seismology in Secondary Schools / Field-Based Geoscience Education: A YES Network Comparison / Geoscience Education in Africa: Challenges & PerspectivesGeoscience Education at school level /Geoscience Education: technology & training t PDF icon 2748.pdf
4065 Desktop Toys for Educational Seismology -Random or Periodic? Before or After?- Mr. Yoshio Okamoto T2.10 - Educational Seismology in Secondary Schools / Field-Based Geoscience Education: A YES Network Comparison / Geoscience Education in Africa: Challenges & PerspectivesGeoscience Education at school level /Geoscience Education: technology & training t PDF icon 4065.pdf
3835 Keeping geosciences curricula at the tertiary level relevant - a South African example, School of Geosciences, University of the Witwatersrand. Prof. Gillian Drennan T2.10 - Educational Seismology in Secondary Schools / Field-Based Geoscience Education: A YES Network Comparison / Geoscience Education in Africa: Challenges & PerspectivesGeoscience Education at school level /Geoscience Education: technology & training t PDF icon 3835.pdf
4163 On the Cutting Edge: A Global Resource to Support Excellence in Geoscience Education Dr. David Mogk T2.11 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 4163.pdf
517 The Strategic Plan of the Australian Geoscience Council – development, implementation and early results Dr. Bill Shaw T2.11 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 517.pdf
895 Our ‘International year of Earth science educator stories’ project Prof. Chris King T2.11 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 895.pdf
4618 The Changing Dynamics of the U.S. Geoscience Workforce Compared to the International Geoscience Workforce Ms. Carolyn Wilson T2.11 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 4618.pdf
809 Utility-scale wind energy projects: managing public perception and environmental risk Prof. Michael Slattery T2.11 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 809.pdf
3148 Geoscience Education – Meeting social responsibility and operational requirements at Lonmin Marikana Operations. Mrs. Riana Knipe T2.12 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 3148.pdf
3978 Passing the Torch: Broad, but not shallow, teaching by senior geologists with a highly diversified career experience Mr. Roland Loewer T2.12 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 3978.pdf
2915 Are you related to a cabbage: A pragmatic approach to teaching evolution in the classroom and dealing with fundamentalist religious beliefs. Dr. Ian McKay T2.12 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 2915.pdf
5165 An Introduction to Innovation Terminology for Mining/Geology Professionals Dr. Gargi Mishra T2.12 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 5165.pdf
1266 AusGeol.org – A Virtual Library of Australia’s Geology Dr. Michael Roach T2.12 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 1266.pdf
837 Visualising early life on Earth: Building a 4-Dimensional virtual field trip (VFT) of the 3.5 Ga Dresser Formation, North Pole Dome, Pilbara Craton, Western Australia. Ms. Tara Djokic T2.13 - Geoscience Education: technology & training the next generation of geoscientists PDF icon 837.pdf
2682 Delivering authentic online practical science teaching – geoscience perspectives from the OpenScience Laboratory Dr. Tom Argles T2.13 - Geoscience Education: technology & training the next generation of geoscientists PDF icon 2682.pdf
3815 Developing a low cost crystallography workshop for learners Dr. Tanja Reinhardt T2.13 - Geoscience Education: technology & training the next generation of geoscientists PDF icon 3815.pdf
2916 Drinking tour through the museum Dr. Jose Selles-Martinez T2.13 - Geoscience Education: technology & training the next generation of geoscientists PDF icon 2916.pdf
1717 Development of Interactive Web Applications for Geoscience Education Prof. Takashi Sawaguchi T2.13 - Geoscience Education: technology & training the next generation of geoscientists PDF icon 1717.pdf
2982 Education programmes and facilities at Geoscience Australia Mrs. Shona Blewett T2.13 - Geoscience Education: technology & training the next generation of geoscientists PDF icon 2982.pdf
5404 Bringing diverse talent to the geophysics workforce, a review of the AfricaArray International Geophysics Field School Prof. Susan Webb T2.14 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 5404.pdf
4197 Connecting innovation and Geoscience knowledge for Brazilian basic education teachers Dr. Rosely Imbernon T2.14 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 4197.pdf
4205 Audiovisual resources and communication: a laboratory discipline for scientific popularization of Geosciences Dr. Rosely Imbernon T2.14 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 4205.pdf
3306 Ten Geological Superlatives of South Africa in a special issue of Postage Stamps to celebrate the 35 th International Geological Congress at Cape Town, 2016 Mr. Pieter Bosch T2.15 - Communicating Geoscience to the Public: Promises and Pitfalls PDF icon 3306.pdf
2352 GeoEducation and cooperation for sustainable development of the coast zone in East and Southeast Asia, a case demonstration for Geology 20+ ? Dr. Ping YIN T2.15 - Communicating Geoscience to the Public: Promises and Pitfalls PDF icon 2352.pdf
3213 Geolodía (Geoloday): yearly-running of fifty simultaneous Geological fieldtrips across Spain open to the general public Prof. Marcos Aurell T2.15 - Communicating Geoscience to the Public: Promises and Pitfalls PDF icon 3213.pdf
4237 The role of belief, trust and values in communicating controversial geoscience topics Dr. Steven Anderson T2.15 - Communicating Geoscience to the Public: Promises and Pitfalls PDF icon 4237.pdf
3083 Linking Geoscientists and Geoscience Information with Decision Makers at the U.S. Federal, State, and Local Levels Dr. Maeve Boland T2.15 - Communicating Geoscience to the Public: Promises and Pitfalls PDF icon 3083.pdf
4151 Communicating geoscience knowledge at the time of natural disaster- experiences from Manipal, southwest coast of India Dr. Keshava Balakrishna T2.15 - Communicating Geoscience to the Public: Promises and Pitfalls PDF icon 4151.pdf
1609 TravelingGeologist: an online platform for disseminating Earth Science research and inspiring the next generation of field geologists Dr Christopher Spencer T2.16 - Place-based and culturally informed geoscience education / Communicating Geoscience to the Public: Promises and Pitfalls / Field-Based Geoscience Education: A YES Network Comparisonn PDF icon 1609.pdf
1240 Place-based geoscience education: A narrative from the Southwestern United States Dr. Steven Semken T2.16 - Place-based and culturally informed geoscience education / Communicating Geoscience to the Public: Promises and Pitfalls / Field-Based Geoscience Education: A YES Network Comparisonn PDF icon 1240.pdf
3821 Geoscience and Indigenous Knowledge: Lightning and the Lowveld Lavender Dr. Ann Cameron T2.16 - Place-based and culturally informed geoscience education / Communicating Geoscience to the Public: Promises and Pitfalls / Field-Based Geoscience Education: A YES Network Comparisonn PDF icon 3821.pdf
5429 Promoting Young Earth Scientists for Future Earth from G20+ to the World Mr. Meng Wang T2.16 - Place-based and culturally informed geoscience education / Communicating Geoscience to the Public: Promises and Pitfalls / Field-Based Geoscience Education: A YES Network Comparisonn PDF icon 5429.pdf
2109 FieldscapesVR: Virtual world field trips to extend and enrich field teaching Dr. Tom Argles T2.16 - Place-based and culturally informed geoscience education / Communicating Geoscience to the Public: Promises and Pitfalls / Field-Based Geoscience Education: A YES Network Comparisonn PDF icon 2109.pdf
933 Building Good Foundations: Skills for Effective Engagement in Sustainable Development Mr. Joel Gill T2.17 - Place-based and culturally informed geoscience education / Sustainable Geoscience: embedding Earth stewardship in geo-education PDF icon 933.pdf
821 A Field-Based Volcanology Course in Ecuador: From the Andes to the Galapagos Islands Dr. Daniel Kelley T2.17 - Place-based and culturally informed geoscience education / Sustainable Geoscience: embedding Earth stewardship in geo-education PDF icon 821.pdf
5075 Matching mining and geoscience focussed education with industry needs and demand: Lessons from INTRAW’s reference countries. Prof. Kip Jeffrey T2.17 - Place-based and culturally informed geoscience education / Sustainable Geoscience: embedding Earth stewardship in geo-education PDF icon 5075.pdf

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