35th IGC Abstracts

35th International Geological Congress35th International Geological Congress Abstracts

Paper Numbersort descending Title Presenting Author Session Abstract
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
894 Natural Stones of Malawi: Key to Economic and Sustainable Development Ms. Tamara Faith Kamanga T15.1 - Dimension stone and building materials (sponsored by IAEG C-10, HSTG and IGCP 637) PDF icon 894.pdf
895 Our ‘International year of Earth science educator stories’ project Prof. Chris King T2.11 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 895.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
898 A quarter-century of geophysical results from ODP/IODP CORK observatories Dr. Keir Becker T40.6 - IODP PDF icon 898.pdf
899 Future Hyperspectral VSWIR and Multispectral TIR Spaceborne Instruments Mr. Michael Abrams T9.14 - Use of radar remote sensing in geological applications / Challenges and opportunities in achieving global remote sensing of surface minerals PDF icon 899.pdf
903 Phase Equilibria in High- and Ultrahigh-pressure Eclogites Prof. Chunjing Wei T38.15 - HP-UHP metamorphism and tectonic evolution of orogenic belts PDF icon 903.pdf
904 International gas hydrate research program: Key findings and perspectives Dr. Sung-rock Lee T21.P5 - Unconventional Hydrocarbons and Emerging Fuels PDF icon 904.pdf
905 Lithospheric and tectonic settings of IOCG systems in Australia Dr. Roger Skirrow T18.2 - Ore-forming processes associated with hypabyssal magmatic and related volcanic systems (Sponsored by IAGOD) PDF icon 905.pdf
907 Mapping mineral potential at continental to regional scales using a mineral systems approach: Ni-Cu-PGE and IOCG systems in Australia Dr. Roger Skirrow T17.14 - The Mineral system approach: the paradigm and future trends PDF icon 907.pdf
909 An Investigation of the Geotechnical Conditions and Stability of the Town Bush Valley, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. Mr Keval Singh T15.3 - Slope stability - Characterisation and risk management PDF icon 909.pdf
910 The Noearchean Granulite Facies Metamorphism in the East Hebei, North China Craton Prof. Chunjing Wei T38.4 - Metamorphic processes in early Earth evolution PDF icon 910.pdf
911 Differences in geological hazards from liquefaction–fluidization and ground waves in the areas facing Tokyo Bay and San Francisco Bay Prof. Hisashi Nirei T8.6a - Challenges in Identifying and Characterising Seismogenic Faults in Non-Plate Boundary Settings / Geohazards and societal benefits: coping with reality PDF icon 911.pdf
912 Estimating Groundwater Availability at Catchment Scale using Streamflow Recession and Instream Flow Requirements of Rivers in South Africa Dr. Girma Yimer Ebrahim T5.4 - Integrated geo-hydrological approaches to secure groundwater resources PDF icon 912.pdf
914 Modeling Groundwater Flow and Dynamics of the Dendron Area, Limpopo River Basin, South Africa Dr. Girma Yimer Ebrahim T5.3 - Hydrogeology and hydrochemistry of arid and semi-arid Africa: a tribute to W. M. Edmunds / Non-Darcian flows in soil and geological porous media / Hydrochemistry and recharge of karst and other systems / Groundwater and Hydrogeology PDF icon 914.pdf
915 preliminary study on the acid-remove rate for trace element from the different rank of coal Prof. jianye yang T19.P2 - Coal PDF icon 915.pdf
917 Kinematic behaviour of a large landslide in the three gorges reservoir – Constraints from field monitoring Prof. Bao-Ping Wen T15.3 - Slope stability - Characterisation and risk management PDF icon 917.pdf
918 Phytolith analysis on the intrabasaltic red boles (palaeosols) and modern soils from the Koynanagar region of Maharashtra (India): Implications for the palaeoclimatic reconstructions. Dr. Mohammed Rafi Sayyed T4.P2 - Climate Change Studies PDF icon 918.pdf
919 Genesis and magmatic emplacement model of the Himalayan intrusions from Baoxingchang area, Western Yunnan Ms. Yan Dao T36.P2 - Magmatism - Settings, Compositions and Processes PDF icon 919.pdf
920 Middle Ordovician La Cristalina Formation: After 50 years new fossil localities were found, including the first Ordovician foraminifera in Colombia Ms. Maria Fernanda Almanza Melendez T44.P1 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 920.pdf
921 A favourable topographical characteristics for locating Fe deposits in Fujian Province of China Prof. Renguang Zuo T16.8 - Mineral Resources Evaluation, Geostatistics and Mathematical Geoscience PDF icon 921.pdf
923 Terms- Man-made strata, Jinji Strata, Jinji Unconfoimity and Jinjin Unconformity- on Anthropogenic deposits and Geopollution and Geological Hazards by Human Activity for the Future Earth Prof. Hisashi Nirei T14.12 - Environmental GeosciencesGeosciences in Strategic Environmental Management / Environmental Geosciences PDF icon 923.pdf
924 Implications of new data for late Cretaceous marine transgressions in central peninsular India Prof. Sunil Bajpai T47.10 - Cretaceous sea-level changes and Asia-Pacific Cretaceous Ecosystems (IGCP 609, IGCP 608, ICDP Songliao basin) PDF icon 924.pdf
925 Retrieving a Late Cretaceous Major Plate Reorganization Event of Pacific Ocean, Age 87-89 Ma (Late Turonian/ Coniacian): Insight from Eastern Asia and Significance to Pacific Evolution Dr. Ying Song T47.P2 - Phanerozoic Earth History, Stratigraphy and the Geologic Time Scale PDF icon 925.pdf
927 Beach Bar Sedimentary Characteristics of Es1 member in Beipu Area, Nanpu Sag Ms. Mengyao Li T28.P3 - Sedimentary Processes - ancient to modern PDF icon 927.pdf
932 Towards Increased Engagement of Geoscientists in Global Sustainable Development Frameworks Mr. Joel Gill T12.1 - Geoethics - General Aspects PDF icon 932.pdf
933 Building Good Foundations: Skills for Effective Engagement in Sustainable Development Mr. Joel Gill T2.17 - Place-based and culturally informed geoscience education / Sustainable Geoscience: embedding Earth stewardship in geo-education PDF icon 933.pdf
934 Characterising Natural Hazard Interactions to Support Multi-Hazard Approaches to Hazard Management Mr. Joel Gill T8.3 - Geohazards and societal benefits: coping with reality PDF icon 934.pdf
935 Functional diversity of microbial communities associated with deep-sea hydrothermal deposits Dr. Anna-Louise Reysenbach T42.14 - Surficial Processes and Landscape Evolution PDF icon 935.pdf
936 Paleomagnetism of the Permian and the Jurassic rocks of the Velebit Mt. and its implication for tectonic history of the Karst Dinarides (Croatia) Prof. Marek Lewandowski T43.13 - Rock Deformation and Structural Geology PDF icon 936.pdf
937 Dating reductive fluids flow by means of paleomagnetic data; example from the Triassic sandstones of the southern Spitsbergen. Prof. Marek Lewandowski T41.11 - Geological and tectonic evolution of the Arctic PDF icon 937.pdf
938 Metasomatized spinel peridotite xenoliths from the Quaternary intraplate alkali basalt, Jeju Island, South Korea Dr. Kyounghee Yang T31.P4 - The Deep Earth PDF icon 938.pdf
939 GeoMAP Base a Generic Expert System Mapper for Imaging Spectroscopy Mr. Christian Mielke T9.11 - Spectral Geology in Exploration (minerals, hydrocarbon, geothermal) and Production PDF icon 939.pdf
941 Astronomically tuned mantle convection Mrs Eleonora Ficini T30.P3 - A Dynamic Earth PDF icon 941.pdf
942 The Permian-Triassic succession in the southern Sydney Basin, southeastern Australia: a unique and complete stratigraphic record of global changes during the Palaeozoic-Mesozoic transition Prof. Guang R. Shi T47.5 - Permian global events and correlations PDF icon 942.pdf
943 Paleoclimate Record from Speleothem : Carbon and Oxygen isotope variation in a stalagmite from the Sahastradhara cave, Uttarakhand Lesser Himalaya, India Professor Vinod Tewari T4.10 - Speleothem and Speleogenesis: Past Climate Change, Monsoon and Geomicrobiological Process PDF icon 943.pdf
944 New Small Shelly Fossils Acanthocassis from the Early Cambrian TieQuan Shao T44.P3 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 944.pdf
945 Climate variability of the Asian monsoon and Westerlies as seen through speleothem records Dr. Hai Cheng T4.2 - Climate Change Studies / Climate Change Impact on Global Water Resources PDF icon 945.pdf
948 Formation Mechanism of Authigenic Grain-Coating Chlorite and Sequence Response: Evidences from the Upper Triassic Xujiahe Formation in Southern Sichuan Basin, China Mr. Yu Yu T18.10a - Mineral Deposits and Ore Forming Processes PDF icon 948.pdf
958 Spatially Weighted Principal Component Analysis to Identify Geochemical Anomalies Associated with Orogenic Gold Deposits in Northeast Jiangxi, South China Dr. Chengbin Wang T7.P3 - Geoscience Data and Information Systems PDF icon 958.pdf
959 Petrogenesis Implications of Zoned Spinel from Northeastern Jiangxi Province Ophiolite (NEJXO), China Dr. Guolin Guo T31.P5 - The Deep Earth PDF icon 959.pdf
960 Identification of concealed geological structures in a Grassland Area in Inner Mongolia, China: A Perspective from Temperature Vegetation Dryness Index Dr. Chengbin Wang T17.3 - Greenfields exploration in regolith-dominated terrains PDF icon 960.pdf
962 Investigation of the Influence of Heavy Metals on Soil, Groundwater, Crops and Human Health in Shijiazhuang Sewage Irrigation Area of China Prof. Wenlou Luan T14.9 - Geological controls on the quantitative risk assessment of contaminants in shallow soils and groundwater (human health and eco-toxicology); the importance of a good conceptual site model prior to remediation PDF icon 962.pdf
963 Volcanic-Hosted Massive Sulphide Deposits in mainland SE Asia: Their Potential and Prospectivity Prof. khin Zaw T18.2 - Ore-forming processes associated with hypabyssal magmatic and related volcanic systems (Sponsored by IAGOD) PDF icon 963.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
966 Rift architecture and evolution of the Eastern Continental Margin of India – role of the intra-continental shear zones on style of rifting of the Indian subcontinent Dr. KS Krishna T29.4 - Rift basins and rifted margins: architecture and evolution PDF icon 966.pdf
967 Problem of terrestrial Jurassic and Cretaceous boundary in northern China Prof. Xiaoqiao Wan T44.3 - IGCP 632 Continental Crises of the Jurassic: Major extinction events and environmental changes PDF icon 967.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
969 Structural control of Landslides in South Western Himalaya: Study from Chamba-Bharmour Section, Himachal Pradesh, India Dr. AJAY KUMAR ARYA Ms. KAMINI SINGH T30.P3 - A Dynamic Earth PDF icon 969.pdf