35th IGC Abstracts

35th International Geological Congress35th International Geological Congress Abstracts

Paper Number Title Presenting Author Sessionsort descending Abstract
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
2073 State and prospects of geotourism potential of Uzbekistan Dr. Rustam Mirkamalov T1.1 - Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 2073.pdf
5475 Geodiversity, Geoheritage and Geoconservation for Society Prof Murray Gray T1.1 - Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 5475.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
173 Geology, Landscape and Earth-Life Link in the Kruger National Park. Prof. Morris Viljoen T1.1 - Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 173.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
4348 Coastal geomorphological processes shaped iSimangaliso World Heritage Site Dr. Greg Botha T1.2 - Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 4348.pdf
1457 Geopark and Geotourism Development in the Sikkim Himalaya, India Prof. Vinod Tewari T1.2 - Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 1457.pdf
3406 Stratotypes for the public Prof. Patrick DE WEVER T1.2 - Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 3406.pdf
4082 Geology and Geoheritage in the Sahara and Sahel Dr. Sharad Master T1.2 - Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 4082.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
5392 Geological and Cultural Landscapes of the Ancient Mapungubwe and Thulamela Citadels Dr. Richard Viljoen T1.2 - Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 5392.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
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
3352 The Richtersveld: an ancient desert mountainland Prof. David Reid T1.3 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 3352.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
174 Geoheritage of the Great Escarpment of South Africa Prof. Morris Viljoen T1.3 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 174.pdf
5389 Geoheritage of the Cape Fold Mountains Dr. Richard Viljoen T1.3 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 5389.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
2509 Geoheritage and Geotourism potential of the Baginda Hill, Belitung Island, Indonesia Mr. Putra Herianto T1.4 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 2509.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
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
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
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
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
2163 Geological relics and geopark in Anhui Province, China Prof. Weiping Wu T1.6 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 2163.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
4224 Geodiversity underpins biodiversity – examples from Australia Dr. Vic Semeniuk T1.6 - Geoheritage and Conservation PDF icon 4224.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
4296 Geological Features of Global Geoparks in China Mr. Yuanyuan Zheng T1.7 - Heritage, conservation and management / Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 4296.pdf
3665 Unecso Global Geoparks Prof. Patrick Mc Keever T1.7 - Heritage, conservation and management / Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 3665.pdf
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
4004 Global Geoparks Network: a global partnership on geo-conservation and sustainable development Dr. Nikolaos Zouros T1.7 - Heritage, conservation and management / Geoheritage and Geoparks PDF icon 4004.pdf

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