35th IGC Symposia

35th International Geological Congress Symposia

Paper Number Titlesort descending Presenting Author Session Abstract
2963 There’s More Than One Way to Build a Point Bar: Multiple Growth Processes in River-Channel Point Bars Professor John Holbrook T28.14 - Detrital Zircons in Basin Analysis: Provenance Reconstruction, Chronostratigraphy, Sediment Routing / Continental Sedimentation PDF icon 2963.pdf
558 Thermal alteration of sedimentary organic matter in response to igneous intrusion (Karoo Basin, South Africa) and its implication for shale gas exploration Prof. Annette E. Goetz T21.P4 - Unconventional Hydrocarbons and Emerging Fuels PDF icon 558.pdf
3613 Thermal conductivity determinations on granitoids from central India: A comparison between measured and calculated thermal conductivity Ms. NISHU CHOPRA T31.P4 - The Deep Earth PDF icon 3613.pdf
4820 Thermal evolution of early passive margins formation and consequences on their geophysical signature Prof. Romain Bousquet T29.3 - Rift basins and rifted margins: architecture and evolution PDF icon 4820.pdf
5216 Thermal softening of continental crust, strain localization, and low-pressure, high-temperature metamorphism: Insights from the Mary Kathleen Zone, Mount Isa Inlier (Australia) Dr. Juergen Reinhardt T30.4a - Interrelationship between Deformation and Metamorphism during Orogenesis PDF icon 5216.pdf
3005 Thermal stability as alternate indicator of ceramic potentials of selected South African kaolins Dr. Lawrence Diko Makia T37.1 - Clays and Clay Minerals / Fluid and melt inclusion in Minerals PDF icon 3005.pdf
1463 Thermal structure of the Dabie eclogite-bearing terrane revealed from the results of the Ti-in-zircon thermometry Profesor Jingbo Liu T38.17 - HP-UHP metamorphism and tectonic evolution of orogenic belts PDF icon 1463.pdf
5481 Thermobaric characteristics of fluid inclusions in subsalt sediments of east part of Precaspian basin Dr. Talgat YENSEPBAYEV T37.P2 - Mineralogy PDF icon 5481.pdf
4730 Thermodynamic examination into the causation of the mineralogical cyclicity of the Upper Zone of the Bushveld Complex. Ms. Tawnee Britt T36.2 - Large Igneous Provinces PDF icon 4730.pdf
716 Thermomagnetic Component Measurement (TCM) : A New Method for Mineral Exploration in Coverage Areas Ms. Shixin Tang T17.7 - New theories and methods in resources exploration PDF icon 716.pdf
3333 Thesaurus and DataViewer application tool – knowledge representation to define concepts and visualize geoscientific data Ms. Christine Hoerfarter T7.12 - Data analysis delivery, dissemination and exploitation of geoscience data and information, Tools – software PDF icon 3333.pdf
4422 Thickness and composition of the crust in southern Africa Prof. Hans Thybo T31.P5 - The Deep Earth PDF icon 4422.pdf
3039 Thin Stringers of “Reaction” Chromitite in the Upper Critical Zone, Eastern limb of the Bushveld Complex Dr. Roger Scoon T18.7 - Processes governing ore formation in the Bushveld Complex and other mafic and ultramafic magmatic systems (IAGOD-CODMUR sponsored) PDF icon 3039.pdf
5501 Three dimensional distribution of metal content in pyrite Dr. Lingli Zhou T45.7 - Instrumental, experimental and laboratory-based developments in the Geosciences PDF icon 5501.pdf
2184 Three dimensional velocity and Poisson's ratio structure beneath Eastern-Central China and implication for deep geodynamics Prof. Guibin Zhang Dr. Guoming Jiang T31.P4 - The Deep Earth PDF icon 2184.pdf
1194 Three Pagoda Fault Zone of the Kanchanaburi region interpreted from airborne geophysical data Dr. Dhiti Tulyatid T43.15 - Rock Deformation and Structural Geology PDF icon 1194.pdf
1056 Three Pioneering Geologists of the Bushveld Complex, South Africa: Hall, Merensky, and Wagner Dr. Roger Scoon T10.3 - History of Geology in Africa PDF icon 1056.pdf
2079 Three stages to form a large batholith during terrane accretion – an example from the Central Finland granitoid complex, Svecofennian orogen, Northern Europe Dr. Annakaisa Korja T36.P2 - Magmatism - Settings, Compositions and Processes PDF icon 2079.pdf
4131 Three-dimensional Cloudina specimens extraction from limestone of the Nama Group, Namibia Mr. Rodrigo AdôRno Mr. Dermeval do Carmo T47.P2 - Phanerozoic Earth History, Stratigraphy and the Geologic Time Scale PDF icon 4131.pdf
2170 Three-dimensional modeling of Fracture-cavity reservoirs Dr. Jiagen Hou T16.P3 - Mineral Resources Evaluation, Geostatistics and Mathematical Geoscience PDF icon 2170.pdf
185 Three-Dimensional spatial relations between intrusions and gold bearing ore deposit within the Inata mine pit, Northern Burkina Faso (West Africa) Dr. Hermann Ilboudo T13.P4 - Geosciences for Benefitting Low-income Countries PDF icon 185.pdf
3109 Thrust and reverse faulting of Permian black shales (Karoo Basin, South Africa): New insights from borehole KZF-1 Professor Annette E. Goetz T21.P4 - Unconventional Hydrocarbons and Emerging Fuels
5344 Thylacocephalan arthropods from the Upper Devonian of Poland. Mr. Krzysztof Broda T44.15 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 5344.pdf
4715 Ti-thermometry of magmatic quartz in evolved rocks from the Bushveld Complex, South Africa Mr. MUSAWENKOSI BUTHELEZI T36.2 - Large Igneous Provinces PDF icon 4715.pdf
818 Tidal Rhythmites as High-Resolution Chronometers for Basin Analysis Dr. Kenneth Eriksson T28.P2 - Sedimentary Processes - ancient to modern PDF icon 818.pdf
5505 Tidal Rhythmites: What, Why, How and Where? Dr. Kenneth Eriksson T28.7 - Carbonate Sedimentology / Tidal Processes and Products: From Tides to Rock Record PDF icon 5505.pdf
2621 Tight reservoir of Lucaogou formation in Jimusar sag, Junggar basin Mr. Yunzhao Zhang T21.P4 - Unconventional Hydrocarbons and Emerging Fuels PDF icon 2621.pdf
2460 Timing and formation of structural highs in the eastern part of the northern Norwegian Barents Sea Mr. Rune Mattingsdal T41.13 - Geological and tectonic evolution of the Arctic PDF icon 2460.pdf
5264 Timing of exhumation and deformation across the Taimyr fold and thrust belt from apatite fission track dating and balanced cross-sections Dr. Victoria Pease T41.P4 - Arctic and Antarctic Geoscience PDF icon 5264.pdf
4963 Timing of tectonic events in the Central Zone and the case for subduction in the of the Damara Belt, Namibia Dr. Luke Longridge T30.1b - Mechanisms and timescale of West Gondwana amalgamation PDF icon 4963.pdf
3939 Timing of tectonic evolution of the East Kunlun Orogen, Northern Tibet Plateau Dr. Yunpeng Dong T30.4 - Geology and Tectonics Of the Himalayan Orogenic Belt PDF icon 3939.pdf
518 Timing of the blueschist-facies metamorphism in the North Qilian orogen Dr. Hao Cheng T38.P5 - Metamorphic Processes PDF icon 518.pdf
3967 Timing of the IOCG mineralization in Sin Quyen deposit in North Vietnam Prof. Adam Piestrzynski T18.P4 - Mineral Deposits and Ore Forming Processes PDF icon 3967.pdf
5370 Timing of the Siberian craton kimberlite magmatism: evidences from the U-Pb dating of kimberlitic zircon Dr. Vladimir Malkovets T30.9B - The dynamic Earth and its Kimberlite, Cratonic Mantle and Diamond record through time PDF icon 5370.pdf
5334 Timing, duration, and causes for Late Jurassic-Early Cretaceous anoxia in the Barents Sea Dr. Holly Stein T34.2 - Geochronology PDF icon 5334.pdf
5238 Tin in Africa Prof. Judith Kinnaird T18.11 - Major Mineral Deposits of Africa (sponsored by Vale) PDF icon 5238.pdf
5627 Tips and tricks to know about porphyry copper deposits in Kerman copper-bearing belt Dr. Mansour Ghorbani T17.P1 - Mineral Exploration PDF icon 5627.pdf
473 Titaniferous lateritic-bauxite (TLB) capping over Sung Valley Pyroxenite: A host for REE mineralisation (?) in Meghalaya, India Mr. Mohd. Sadiq T17.3 - Greenfields exploration in regolith-dominated terrains PDF icon 473.pdf
1911 To the problem of rhenium extraction in the areas of modern volcanism Dr. Igor Spiridonov T18.P2 - Mineral Deposits and Ore Forming Processes PDF icon 1911.pdf
2843 Top down formation of the Sonju Lake intrusion (Duluth Complex USA) with implications for formation of PGE reef deposits Dr. Craig Lundstrom T18.6 - Processes governing ore formation in the Bushveld Complex and other mafic and ultramafic magmatic systems (IAGOD-CODMUR sponsored) PDF icon 2843.pdf
5311 Topology of a mineralised stockwork: Sunrise Dam Gold Mine, W. Australia Dr. Thomas Blenkinsop T27.13 - The Crustal Gold Cycle (jointly sponsored by SEG and SGA) PDF icon 5311.pdf
2105 Total Organic Carbon from well logging in the Silurian and Ordovician shale gas formations in Poland Prof. Jadwiga Anna Jarzyna T20.10a - New Technology & Techniques in Exploration & Production PDF icon 2105.pdf
5365 Toward a More Equitable Use of Resources Dr. Patrice Christmann T26.5 - The Urban Mine & RFG Panel Discussion PDF icon 5365.pdf
5121 Toward real-time geochemical analysis in the field: Provenance determination and correlation studies of carbonates using handheld LIBS Prof. Richard Hark T45.9 - Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) for the Geosciences PDF icon 5121.pdf
3788 Towards a better understanding of the origins of microlens arrays in Mesozoic echinoderms Dr. Przemyslaw Gorzelak T44.P1 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 3788.pdf
2812 Towards a calibrated astronomical timescale for the Mid Ordovician Dr. Christian Rasmussen T47.P2 - Phanerozoic Earth History, Stratigraphy and the Geologic Time Scale PDF icon 2812.pdf
2011 Towards a geometallurgical model for by-product resource estimation of strategic metals within the St Austell kaolin deposits Mr. Quentin DEHAINE T23.12 - Strategic & Base Metals & Industrial Minerals
3556 Towards a global mineral mapping or Earth’s surface Mr. Michael Abrams T9.16 - Proximal and Remote Sensing Technologies PDF icon 3556.pdf
3825 Towards a new geodynamic model for the western Namaqua Province Dr. Paul Macey T3.4 - Regional Geological Mapping PDF icon 3825.pdf
5369 Towards better understanding of Porphyry Copper and IOCG systems through magnetic forward modelling of variable 3D geology-property scenarios Dr Desmond FitzGerald T17.9 - New theories and methods in resources exploration PDF icon 5369.pdf