35th IGC Symposia

35th International Geological Congress Symposia

Paper Number Title Presenting Author Sessionsort descending Abstract
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
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
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
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
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
1402 The relationships between trace elements and organic matter in coals Dr. Shenjun Qin T19.P2 - Coal PDF icon 1402.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
1137 Coal geology and quality of the Springbok Flats Basin, South Africa Ms. Valerie Nxumalo T19.P2 - Coal PDF icon 1137.pdf
2355 The Mucanha Vuzi coal deposit, Mozambique Mr. Fabio Masotti T19.P2 - Coal PDF icon 2355.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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
1266 AusGeol.org – A Virtual Library of Australia’s Geology Dr. Michael Roach T2.12 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 1266.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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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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