35th International Geological Congress35th International Geological Congress Abstracts

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5602 IS AFRICA DOING ENOUGH TO PROMOTE ITS MINERAL ENDOWMENT Sipho Nkosi Plenary Session 1 PDF icon 5602.pdf
5558 Damaging Earthquakes in Africa: Their Seismotectonic background Dr. Mustapha Meghraoui Plenary Session 10 PDF icon 5558.pdf
3887 Grand Challenges in the Mineral Life Cycle Dr. Thomas Graedel Plenary Session 2 PDF icon 3887.pdf
5590 Breaching The Boundaries Between Science And Profession – An Imperative For Geoscience In The Service Of Society Ms. Ruth Allington Plenary Session 3 PDF icon 5590.pdf
5555 Africa, humans and the global climate Robert Scholes Plenary Session 4 PDF icon 5555.pdf
5588 Geological cycles and the generation of the Continental Crust Dr. Chris Hawkesworth Plenary Session 5 PDF icon 5588.pdf
5589 Palaeobiological insights from fossil bones Dr. Anusuya Chinsamy-turan Plenary Session 6 PDF icon 5589.pdf
5584 Drilling beneath the hype: Technical challenges for the exploration for shale gas’ Joe Cartwright Plenary Session 7 PDF icon 5584.pdf
4364 Africa Alive Corridors—a 3,5 billion year geological, biological & cultural biography of Africa Dr. John Malcolm Anderson Plenary Session 8 PDF icon 4364.pdf
5546 Mining Industry and Society: our new and challenging frontier Dr. Michel Jébrak Plenary Session 9 PDF icon 5546.pdf
5475 Geodiversity, Geoheritage and Geoconservation for Society Prof Murray Gray T1.1 - Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 5475.pdf
2073 State and prospects of geotourism potential of Uzbekistan Dr. Rustam Mirkamalov T1.1 - Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 2073.pdf
4225 Assessing geoheritage significance in studies of palaeoecology – the need to address biocoenoses, thanatocoenoses, biodiversity, palaeo-biodiversity, and quantification Dr. Vic Semeniuk T1.1 - Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 4225.pdf
173 Geology, Landscape and Earth-Life Link in the Kruger National Park. Prof. Morris Viljoen T1.1 - Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 173.pdf
3873 Geodiversity, heritage, conservation and society: The role of the journal Geoheritage in raising awareness and disseminating good practice Dr. Kevin Page T1.1 - Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 3873.pdf
1457 Geopark and Geotourism Development in the Sikkim Himalaya, India Prof. Vinod Tewari T1.2 - Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 1457.pdf
4082 Geology and Geoheritage in the Sahara and Sahel Dr. Sharad Master T1.2 - Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 4082.pdf
3406 Stratotypes for the public Prof. Patrick DE WEVER T1.2 - Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 3406.pdf
4837 The role of tourist attractions on the Southern Islands of Iran to development of sea-based Ms. Bita Mirzapour T1.2 - Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 4837.pdf
5392 Geological and Cultural Landscapes of the Ancient Mapungubwe and Thulamela Citadels Dr. Richard Viljoen T1.2 - Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 5392.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
4348 Coastal geomorphological processes shaped iSimangaliso World Heritage Site Dr. Greg Botha T1.2 - Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 4348.pdf
3352 The Richtersveld: an ancient desert mountainland Prof. David Reid T1.3 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 3352.pdf
250 Geotourism in National Parks of Southern Kenya and Northern Tanzania: Spectacular Landforms Associated with Basement Platforms, the Gregory Rift and Neogene-Recent Volcanoes Dr. Roger Scoon T1.3 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 250.pdf
252 The Arusha National Park, Northern Tanzania: Geotourism and Volcanology of Mount Meru Dr. Roger Scoon T1.3 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 252.pdf
3454 The Danakil Depression: An exceptional place where different types of extreme environments coexist Prof. Asfawossen Asrat Kassaye T1.3 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 3454.pdf
5385 An Overview of the Geoheritage of Africa Dr. Richard Viljoen T1.3 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 5385.pdf
5389 Geoheritage of the Cape Fold Mountains Dr. Richard Viljoen T1.3 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 5389.pdf
174 Geoheritage of the Great Escarpment of South Africa Prof. Morris Viljoen T1.3 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 174.pdf
2941 US Geoheritage and Geoliteracy : Sustainable Fossil Parks and Public Geoscience Education Professor Renee Clary T1.4 - Geoheritage and Conservation
2294 Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park, Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur, India: A possible potential Geoharitage site for Geopark. Dr. Suresh Mathur T1.4 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 2294.pdf
1073 GEOTOURISM-AN AREA THAT NEED SPECIAL ATTENTION IN TANZANIA Dr. Emma Msaky T1.4 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 1073.pdf
2509 Geoheritage and Geotourism potential of the Baginda Hill, Belitung Island, Indonesia Mr. Putra Herianto T1.4 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 2509.pdf
163 YOGYAKARTA AND ITS SURROUNDING AS GEOTOURISM DESTINATION : ALTERNATIVE MEDIA TO TRANSFER SCIENCES AND GEOLOGICAL INFORMATION TO THE SOCIETY Prof. Conradus Danisworo T1.4 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 163.pdf
1770 JAISALMER BASIN IN THAR DESERT - POTENTIAL FOR DEVELOPING GEOPARK IN RAJASTHAN, WEST INDIA Dr. Sudesh Wadhawan T1.4 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 1770.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
4369 Homo sapiens Corridor—Cradle of our species & emergence of our culture Dr. John Malcolm Anderson T1.5 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 4369.pdf
2896 Developing sustainable palaeotourism in South Africa. The Kitching Fossil Exploration Centre, in the Eastern Cape as a case study. Dr. Ian McKay T1.5 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 2896.pdf
639 Geology as a component of vineyard terroir in the Western Cape Province, South Africa Mr. Christopher Bargmann T1.5 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 639.pdf
1969 Geodiversity vs biodiversity in protected areas of Lithuania: examples, protection measures and problems Dr. Grazina Skridlaite T1.6 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 1969.pdf
2163 Geological relics and geopark in Anhui Province, China Prof. Weiping Wu T1.6 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 2163.pdf
4224 Geodiversity underpins biodiversity – examples from Australia Dr. Vic Semeniuk T1.6 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 4224.pdf
4595 Global Geosites: an active, partially-achieved geoheritage inventory initiative waiting to regain official recognition Dr. Enrique Díaz-Martínez T1.6 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 4595.pdf
2005 Geobotany of the Koedoesfontein Complex in the Vredefort Dome, South Africa. Mr. Ricart Boneschans T1.6 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 2005.pdf
1088 Pride and Prejudice: 20 Years of Promotion of Earth Sciences through Geoparks and World Heritage Sites Dr. Wolfgang Eder T1.6 - Geoheritage and Conservation
3405 Geology in cities Prof. Patrick DE WEVER T1.7 - Heritage, conservation and management / Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 3405.pdf
5265 Geoparks in the Nepal Himalaya Dr. Ranjan Kumar Dahal T1.7 - Heritage, conservation and management / Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 5265.pdf
3665 Unecso Global Geoparks Prof. Patrick Mc Keever T1.7 - Heritage, conservation and management / Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 3665.pdf
4383 Landscape assessment for Penghu Geopark, Taiwan Dr. J. C. Lin T1.7 - Heritage, conservation and management / Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 4383.pdf
4296 Geological Features of Global Geoparks in China Mr. Yuanyuan Zheng T1.7 - Heritage, conservation and management / Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 4296.pdf

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