35th IGC Symposia

35th International Geological Congress Symposia

Paper Number Titlesort ascending Presenting Author Session Abstract
5271 3D Geophysical modelling of the Bethlehem Sub-Basin, Free State, South Africa Ms. Ansuya Naidoo T17.P4 - Mineral Exploration PDF icon 5271.pdf
3091 3D GeoModelling: a collaborative platform for multidisciplinary interpretation Dr. Philippe Calcagno T7.P1 - Geoscience Data and Information Systems PDF icon 3091.pdf
5498 3D geology modelling from boreholes, cross-sections and geological maps to support shale gas potential investigations in the Beaufort West area, South Africa Haajierah Mosavel T21.P4 - Unconventional Hydrocarbons and Emerging Fuels PDF icon 5498.pdf
4086 3.3 Ga Intraplate Volcanic-Plutonic System of the Gavião Block, São Francisco Craton, Brazil: Implications for Paleoarchean Crustal Growth Dr. Stefano Zincone T32.14 - Crust formation and recycling from the Hadean to the late Archaean: The transition to plate tectonics PDF icon 4086.pdf
4917 3.2 Ga sedimentary environment implied from heterogeneity of sulfur isotopic compositions of barite beds in Pilbara, Western Australia Mr. Tsubasa Miki T32.P5 - The Hadean and Archaean Earth PDF icon 4917.pdf
1227 3-D magnetic modeling of the Ionian Sea deep-sea crust: Evidence for the oldest in-situ ocean fragment of the world Dr. Fabio Speranza T40.P5 - Marine Geosciences and Oceanography PDF icon 1227.pdf
1664 2D Seismic-Stratigraphic analysis of the Jc-A1 well, Durban Basin, East Coast, South Africa Mrs. Thulisile Nokwethemba Buthelezi T28.P3 - Sedimentary Processes - ancient to modern PDF icon 1664.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
1568 2D and 3D Inversion Results from Magnetotelluric Survey in the Eastern Karoo Basin, South Africa Ms. Jade Candice Greve T21.14 - Shale gas basins of the southern hemisphere: stratigraphy, sedimentary environments, climate history, tectonics, and structural evolution PDF icon 1568.pdf
4035 20 Years of Introducing Geoscientific Information Management Systems – an Experience Report Dr. Andreas Barth T7.6 - Geoscience Spatial Data Infrastructures PDF icon 4035.pdf
1545 2.7 Ga plume associated VMS mineralization in the Eastern Goldfields Superterrane: insights from the Ag-Zn-(Au) Nimbus deposit Dr. Steve Hollis T18.14a - Mineral Deposits and Ore Forming Processes PDF icon 1545.pdf
4365 1st-person Short Stories from Mitochondrial Eve to Mandela—along the Homo sapiens Corridor Dr. John Malcolm Anderson T1.5 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 4365.pdf
3661 1D Numerical modelling of crustal heat transfer in the Antarctic glaciers of Northern Victoria Land Dr. Mario Gaeta T41.P5 - Arctic and Antarctic Geoscience PDF icon 3661.pdf
3537 1:200 000 Geological Maps of CIS Countries in the OneGeology international project Mr. Grigory Brekhov T7.11 - Information Management - Interoperability and Standards PDF icon 3537.pdf
1041 16th Century mining in Europe and a Shipwreck on the Namibian Coast Dr. Gabriele Schneider T1.2 - Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 1041.pdf
4750 10Be data on erosional surfaces in the Mayombe massif (SW Congo) Dr. Denis Thiéblemont T42.P4 - Surficial Processes and Landscape Evolution PDF icon 4750.pdf
3245 100 years of Antarctic tectonic cartography Dr. German Leitchenkov T7.P1 - Geoscience Data and Information Systems PDF icon 3245.pdf
763 (U-Th)-He dating of CaCO3 speleothems: a new perspective for dating fossil-bearing cave deposits Mr. Tebogo Vincent Makhubela T44.11 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 763.pdf
3172 (Inter)Continental hydrogeological mapping at BGR for societal impact Dr. Stefan Broda T7.11 - Information Management - Interoperability and Standards PDF icon 3172.pdf