35th International Geological Congress35th International Geological Congress Abstracts

Paper Number Titlesort ascending Presenting Author Session Abstract
4314 “The Ore Body Dictates" Extending the Economic Life of Witwatersrand Ore Bodies Mr. Jaco Boshoff T18.15 - The Wiwatersrand Goldfields PDF icon 4314.pdf
3117 “Split personality” behaviors of the Longmenshan Fold Belt: suggest a NE growth toward Tibet since 40 Ma Prof. Xiaodian Jiang T30.P3 - A Dynamic Earth PDF icon 3117.pdf
1419 “Giallo Siena” marble (Italy): a nomination for “Global Heritage Stone Resource” Dr. Piero Primavori T15.1 - Dimension stone and building materials (sponsored by IAEG C-10, HSTG and IGCP 637) PDF icon 1419.pdf
3637 ‘’Hidden’’ gold Dr. Julie Hunt T23.P4 - Applied Mineralogy and Geometallurgy
4467 ‘Trace-element-in-mineral’ signatures: acquisition, interpretation and application Prof. Nigel Cook T18.12a - Trace element analysis of minerals: applications in ore geology (Sponsored by IAGOD) / Phosphate deposits: state of the art and further potential PDF icon 4467.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
2598 ‘Low-acid’ sulfide oxidation using nitrate for potential acid drainage prevention Dr. Nathan Reid T14.3 - Environmental Aspects in the Mining Industry PDF icon 2598.pdf
3588 [Fe,Ni,Cu](O,S) spheroides from Catoca kimberlits eclogite xenolites Dr. Vladimir Zinchenko T37.3 - Gems: bringing the World together PDF icon 3588.pdf
2384 Zonality and Otherness of Mineralization for Massive Sulfide Deposit in the Chengmenshan Orefield, Jiangxi Province, China Mr. Xuhui Li T18.13a - Phosphate deposits: state of the art and further potential / Mineral Deposits and Ore Forming Processes PDF icon 2384.pdf
52 Zn spinel composition in the Mavala-Mpaca area, southern Xixano Complex, Northern Mozambique Mrs. Judy Schlegel T17.7 - New theories and methods in resources exploration PDF icon 52.pdf
3394 Zircon U–Pb ages and Hf isotopic evidence for Eoarchean crustal remnant, crustal growth and reworking in NW India and implications on supercontinental cycles Dr. Wei Wang T28.12 - Detrital Zircons in Basin Analysis: Provenance Reconstruction, Chronostratigraphy, Sediment Routing PDF icon 3394.pdf
2330 Zircon U-Pb-Hf isotopic data from syntectonic granites of Aravalli Fold Belt, India: Age of a Palaeoproterozoic accretionary orogeny Ms. Krishnapriya Basak T33.10 - Crustal Evolution in the Indian Peninsula: Special Reference to Central Indian Craton
3534 Zircon U-Pb dating and implications of the TWL conglomerate deposits in the South margin of the Ordos basin, North China Block Professor Gang Chen T28.P4 - Sedimentary Processes - ancient to modern PDF icon 3534.pdf
3786 Zircon U-Pb ages, Hf isotopes and geochemistry of the Precambrian gneisses in the Wonju-Jechon area, Southern margin of the Gyeonggi Massif: implications for the Precambrian tectonic evolution of the Gyeonggi Massif and Northeast Asia Mr. Byungchoon Lee T33.P5 - The Proterozoic Earth PDF icon 3786.pdf
1245 Zircon U-Pb ages and Hf Isotopic characteristics of Paleozoic granitoid intrusions from the Baluntai Region, Central Chinese Tianshan: Implications for Tectonic Evolution and Continental Growth Dr. He Huang T30.8 - Geodynamic and metallogenic processes in the Tianshan orogen and adjacent areas, Central Asia PDF icon 1245.pdf
420 Zircon U-Pb age and Hf isotopic studies of Lohit Plutonic Complex, Arunachal Pradesh, India by LA-MC-ICPMS. Dr. James Pebam T34.4 - Geochronology PDF icon 420.pdf
3285 Zircon Hf-O isotopic evidence for generation and reworking of ancient crust in Swaziland Dr. Jin-Hui Yang T32.13 - Crust formation and recycling from the Hadean to the late Archaean: The transition to plate tectonics PDF icon 3285.pdf
2449 Zircon Hf isotope and its tectonic implications on crustal growth and evolution of the Western Block, North China Craton Ms. Xiaolan He T32.P4 - The Hadean and Archaean Earth PDF icon 2449.pdf
4682 Zircon ages from tectonic belts thought to represent some of the oldest (>815 Ma) units in the Arabian Shield, Saudi Arabia Victoria Pease T33.P4 - The Proterozoic Earth PDF icon 4682.pdf
3293 Zircon ages and Hf-O isotopes of the Stolzburg and Honingklip plutons in the southern Barberton Granitoid-Greenstone Terrane, South Africa: Implications for tectonic processes Dr. Hao Wang T32.13 - Crust formation and recycling from the Hadean to the late Archaean: The transition to plate tectonics PDF icon 3293.pdf
1680 Zinc isotopes in sphalerite from Bianjia mineral system in Da Hinggan Mountains, China Prof. Y Yang T18.P5 - Mineral Deposits and Ore Forming Processes PDF icon 1680.pdf
3312 Zeerust Fluorspar Field Mr. Allan Saad T18.12 - Major Mineral Deposits of Africa (sponsored by Vale) PDF icon 3312.pdf
1316 Zambezi continental margin: allocyclic and antecedent controls on sediment transport in the Mozambique Channel Dr. Errol Wiles T40.8 - Deep-water circulation: processes & products PDF icon 1316.pdf
4208 Yakima Fold Belt Structures, Eastern WA: Style and Rate of Faulting Based on Structural Analyses and Quaternary Studies Mr. Ryan Coppersmith T8.15 - Managing Geohazards and Risks from space / Himalayan Mountain Building and Fragile Ecosystem vis-a-vis Natural Disaster Management / Challenges in Identifying and Characterising Seismogenic Faults in Non-Plate Boundary Settings PDF icon 4208.pdf
745 Xixiang Biota of the Early Cambian from the Northern Yangtze Platform Prof. TieQuan Shao T44.P3 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 745.pdf
2041 X-rays for earth science - Adding new dimensions to the analysis of mineralogical samples Dr. Sabine Verryn T45.7 - Instrumental, experimental and laboratory-based developments in the Geosciences PDF icon 2041.pdf
4286 X-ray tomography of cut and polished diamonds and gemstones Dr. Anton Du Plessis T45.6 - Applications of X-ray computed tomography in the Earth Sciences PDF icon 4286.pdf
3433 Workflow and challenges in the geological mapping of Uganda 2008-2012 Dr. Hannu Mäkitie T3.3 - Geological mapping of Africa – a key for sustainable use of earth resources PDF icon 3433.pdf
5664 Women In Geoscience Presentation - Sponsored by South32 T17.12 - Quantitative geoscience data analysis for mineral exploration targeting
0 Women in Geoscience presentation - sponsored by South32 Noleen Pauls T17.12 - Quantitative geoscience data analysis for mineral exploration targeting
3283 Witwatersrand-type palaeoplacers in Brazil: Preliminary results of a comparative study between the Jacobina and Moeda gold deposits Mr. Enzio Garayp T27.13 - The Crustal Gold Cycle (jointly sponsored by SEG and SGA) PDF icon 3283.pdf
1843 Widespread CO2-rich cordierite in the UHT Bakhuis Granulite Belt, Suriname Dr. Emond de Roever T38.11 - Challenges in ultrahigh-temperature (UHT) granulite metamorphism and crustal melting PDF icon 1843.pdf
604 Widespread and Multiple Cryoturbation Episodes during Marine Isotopic Stage-3 (MIS-3) Terminus: Evidence from Upper Part of Palaeolake Sediments, along Indus River, in Leh and Nyoma Area, Ladakh, India Mr. Sharat Dutta T42.14 - Surficial Processes and Landscape Evolution PDF icon 604.pdf
2905 Why is sexual size dimorphism restricted to a single lineage of post-Triassic nautiloids? Dr. Kalyan Halder T44.15 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 2905.pdf
1068 Why Corumbella is a Cloudinid and not a Conularid Dr. Bernd Erdtmann Dr. Detlef Walde T44.6 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 1068.pdf
964 Why continents uplift? Prof. Eugenio Carminati T30.15 - Dynamic Africa: integrating constraints on the post-Gondwana topographic evolution of Africa and adjacent continents from the core mantle boundary PDF icon 964.pdf
3502 Why are hypozonal orogenic gold deposits restricted to Precambrian orogens? Dr. Jochen Kolb T27.13 - The Crustal Gold Cycle (jointly sponsored by SEG and SGA) PDF icon 3502.pdf
2868 Whole-rock geochemistry and mineral chemistry of Late Triassic granitoids from Merida Andes, Venezuela: tectonic implications for NW Gondwana Dr. Bodo Weber T30.P1 - A Dynamic Earth PDF icon 2868.pdf
3885 Who speaks for Geoscience? The Irish example of national & cross-border engagement. Ms. Marie Fleming T12.3 - Geoethics - Teaching, Training and Communication PDF icon 3885.pdf
693 When I was hunting dinosaurs in Africa (1965-2015) Dr. Philippe Taquet T10.2 - General contributuions on the history of geology PDF icon 693.pdf
4212 What’s melt got to do with it? Constraints on the thermomechanical state of the upper mantle beneath two end member localities in the East African Rift System using seismic observables Ms. Natalie Accardo T29.15 - New insights into the evolution of the East African and Arabian rift systems from multidisciplinary data and numerical models PDF icon 4212.pdf
4298 What kind of disturbances did March 11, 2011 Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunamis leave continental margin ecosystems? : Lessons from five years monitoring research Dr. Hiroshi Kitazato T8.11 - Geohazards: Prevention, risk reduction, early warning and preparedness PDF icon 4298.pdf
5409 What Controls the Formation of Large Surficial Uranium Systems? A comparative study of Langer Heinrich, Namibia and Yeelirrie, Western Australia Ms. Bijal Chudasama T17.14 - The Mineral system approach: the paradigm and future trends PDF icon 5409.pdf
2389 What are wrinkle ridges telling us about the sub-surface of Mars? Mrs. Veronique Ansan T48.1 - Planetary Geoscience PDF icon 2389.pdf
5144 What are Mathematical Geosciences? Are Mathematical Geoscientists at the Earth Science Frontiers? Prof. Qiuming Cheng T16.6 - Mineral Resources Evaluation, Geostatistics and Mathematical Geoscience PDF icon 5144.pdf
2434 Western Yarlung Zangbo Ophiolites in South Tibet Formed in Forearc Setting: Evidence from Structure, Geochronology and Geochemistry Mr. Fei Liu T31.15 - Diamonds and Crustal Recycling into Deep Mantle PDF icon 2434.pdf
2054 Western Tien Shan Geodynamic zoning and Minerageny Dr. Rustam Mirkamalov T30.P3 - A Dynamic Earth PDF icon 2054.pdf
1011 Western Pacific mega wave: a 2-kyr-long geological record in northern Taiwan Dr. Neng-Ti Yu T8.P3 - Geohazards PDF icon 1011.pdf
4476 West Central Gondwana correlations and paleo-reconstruction of its main Phanerozoic continental basins Dr. Bastien Linol T30.17B - The Tectonic Evolution of Gondwana IGCP 628 PDF icon 4476.pdf