35th IGC Symposia

35th International Geological Congress Symposia

Paper Number Title Presenting Author Sessionsort descending Abstract
5021 Small gesture, big effect! Investigation of the role of gestures in teaching plate tectonics through an eye tracking experiment! Dr. Dominik Conrad T2.8 - Geoscience Education at school level PDF icon 5021.pdf
897 Launch of the ‘Sand on a sill’ international collaborative research project Prof. Chris King T2.8 - Geoscience Education at school level PDF icon 897.pdf
3909 ‘Sand on a sill’ – International collaborative research project: An Australian perspective Dr. Bronte Nicholls T2.8 - Geoscience Education at school level PDF icon 3909.pdf
5553 Promoting Earth sciences teaching-learning in the Italian schools: a research of learning objects, effective educational approaches, to improve skills and competences Dr. Susanna Occhipinti T2.8 - Geoscience Education at school level PDF icon 5553.pdf
3528 Understanding the Process of Co-Constructive Learning with Scientific Modeling in Geological Field Trip. Jr. Yoon-Sung Choi T2.8 - Geoscience Education at school level PDF icon 3528.pdf
3317 APPLICATION OF GEO-EDUCATION METHODS ON EGYPTIAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS Dr. Kholoud Abdel Maksoud T2.9 - Geoscience Education at school level PDF icon 3317.pdf
891 Earthlearningidea: a global web-based resource of geoscience teaching ideas - an analysis Prof. Chris King T2.9 - Geoscience Education at school level PDF icon 891.pdf
4141 How did the earthquake-related content of Rika textbooks change after the 2011 Tohoku-oki earthquake? Dr. Hiroo Nemoto T2.9 - Geoscience Education at school level PDF icon 4141.pdf
3544 ICT in Geoscience education from International Geoscience School SYLLABUS Dr. Rosely Imbernon T2.9 - Geoscience Education at school level PDF icon 3544.pdf
5194 Geo-Education made easy through debating Mrs Helke Mocke T2.9 - Geoscience Education at school level PDF icon 5194.pdf
2912 Curriculum reform can make a difference. The case of the introduction of palaeontology and evolution into the South African School Curriculum . Dr. Ian McKay T2.9 - Geoscience Education at school level PDF icon 2912.pdf
1289 Up-warp and down-warp characteristic of strike-slip fault zone and its geological significance in the mid-eastern part of the Trim Basion Northwest China Mr. Renhai Pu T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 1289.pdf
3230 Volcanic accumulation modes of the third member of Kongdian Formation in Weibei Sag, Bohaiwan Basin Dr. Yaoting Sun T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 3230.pdf
445 Effect of Fracture Properties on WAG and SWAG process In fractured reservoirs Dr. Bahram Habibnia T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 445.pdf
3531 The education in the National Museum of Geology (Geological Institute of Romania): Art, Science and Fun Dr. Stefan Marincea T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 3531.pdf
1292 The Importance of Early Childhood Earth Science Education: Understanding of the Planet That We Live On Is a Fundamental Step Toward Sustainability Dr. Patricia Vickers Rich T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 1292.pdf
447 Application of Microtremors to Identify Hydrocarbon Reservoirs Dr. Bahram Habibnia T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 447.pdf
4538 Educational Program “GEA – Mother Earth”: a story of success linking Geosciences to Society in the Portuguese speaking countries Dr. Artur Sá T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 4538.pdf
1471 Communicating Geoscience with the Public Through Print Publications – the Importance of Understanding Cognitive Differences in Audiences Dr. Christopher Keane T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 1471.pdf
2431 Gauging how novice geologists process and learn in first field experiences Dr. Megan D'Errico T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 2431.pdf
2273 Depositional filling model and subtle traps distribution in continental faulted basin tightly controlled by faulting and lake level Mr. Daotao Dong T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 2273.pdf
1695 A FIELD-BASED METHOD FOR TEACHING UNIFORMITARIAN PRINCIPLES USING TRACKWAY RECONSTRUCTIONS Mr. William Garcia T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 1695.pdf
392 Application of a New Wavelet Threshold Method in Unconventional Oil and Gas Reservoir Seismic Data Denoising Dr. Guxi Wang T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication
2071 The Supersphere Characters: Children’s Books (up to 5 years) Promoting Geoscience and Environmental Education Mrs. Gisele Vasconcelos T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 2071.pdf
2665 Influences of litho-static pressure on deep sandstones: insight from single-factor simulation Dr. Jinggang Cui T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 2665.pdf
1751 2D Multi-Transient Electromagnetic Modelling of Pseudo Synthetic Earth Model from Part of Anambra Basin, Nigeria. Dr. Olalekan Fayemi T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 1751.pdf
407 Unconventional oil and gas wells horizontal wells preferred demonstration analysis Dr. Si Guo T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 407.pdf
3471 Pyrolysis simulation experiment study on diagenesis and evolution of organic-rich shale Dr. Dong Chunmei T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 3471.pdf
2612 Distribution and Evaluation of Carboniferous Source Rocks in the Juggar Basin St. Yongfu Zhao T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 2612.pdf
1322 Clay mineralogy in parts of the subsurface of Tapti – Daman block, western offshore basin, India: a lead to reservoir characterisation Dr. Ashish Sarkar T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 1322.pdf
5149 Science and Education at Congaree National Park Ms. Tarryn Lee T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication
4066 Low-Cost and Easy-Made Horizontal Seismometer with Arduino for Educational Use -Demonstration and Observation-- Mr. Yoshio Okamoto T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 4066.pdf
968 Radio-anomalies and acoustic emissions for the teaching of Seismology Dr. Valentino Straser T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 968.pdf
5199 The Recession – sink or swim: an opportunity for Young Earth Scientists to innovate Ms. Victoria Upindi T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 5199.pdf
5332 Petroleum prospecting problems in the base plate and hydrocarbons migration channels definition Ms. Irina Yakhina T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 5332.pdf
4835 The importance of non-formal education for geoconservation: the example of the Museum of Una – São José da Coroa Grande (Pernambuco, NE Brazil) Dr. Artur Sá T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 4835.pdf
85 An ethno-methodological approach to the formation of indigenous teachers in the Amazon region (acre, Brazil) - The concept of soil Dr. Rosely Imbernon T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 85.pdf
2246 Geo Science Education in Malawi: The Case of Geography in Secondary Schools Mrs. Yvonne Ndushe Fransiska Mwalwenje T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 2246.pdf
2364 Educational practices in Oga Peninsula-Ogata Geopark, northeast Japan. Prof. Norihito Kawamura T2.P3 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 2364.pdf
5643 Introduction Dr. Ian Cloke T20.1 - Petroleum systems of the On-shore basins of Africa (convened by Tullow Oil Ltd)
3036 The Influence of the Timing of Subsidence and Climate in determining whether Individual Rift Basins will become Petroliferous or not. Mr. Paul Burden T20.1 - Petroleum systems of the On-shore basins of Africa (convened by Tullow Oil Ltd) PDF icon 3036.pdf
4913 The Petroleum System of the South Lokichar Basin, Kenya (EARS) Mr. Gion Kuper T20.1 - Petroleum systems of the On-shore basins of Africa (convened by Tullow Oil Ltd) PDF icon 4913.pdf
3327 Theory of Petroleum Geology and Exploration in Superimposed Sedimentary Basins around China Dr. Dengfa He T20.10 - New Technology & Techniques in Exploration & Production PDF icon 3327.pdf
2663 New technologies for Petroleum systems exploration and geological risks minimization Dr. Alexei Soloviev T20.10 - New Technology & Techniques in Exploration & Production PDF icon 2663.pdf
1482 The properties of granular, fractured and cavernous reservoir rocks Dr. Marat Mailibayev T20.10 - New Technology & Techniques in Exploration & Production PDF icon 1482.pdf
1380 Drilling of a 15 km super-deep well – a new stage in search for large and unique hydrocarbon accumulations in the Precaspian basin Dr. Baltabek Kuandykov T20.10 - New Technology & Techniques in Exploration & Production PDF icon 1380.pdf
2526 Metal anomalies in Geogas above oil reservoir and its significance for oil exploration Ms. Lulu Yuan T20.10 - New Technology & Techniques in Exploration & Production PDF icon 2526.pdf
3470 The type, characteristic and effect of the overpressure fracture in shale of Eastern China Mr. Luan Guoqiang T20.10 - New Technology & Techniques in Exploration & Production PDF icon 3470.pdf
1280 Petroleum prospectivity and CO2 storage assessment in the offshore Browse Basin, North West Shelf, Western Australia & Ashmore and Cartier islands Mrs. Megan Lech T20.10 - New Technology & Techniques in Exploration & Production PDF icon 1280.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

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