35th International Geological Congress35th International Geological Congress Abstracts

Paper Number Titlesort descending Presenting Author Session Abstract
4819 Being better informed for a better quality of life in Africa and Europe – building bridge through PanAfGeo Mrs. Claudia Delfini T3.2 - Launch of PanAfGeo PDF icon 4819.pdf
879 Beneficiation of feldspar-rich pegmatites for the ceramic industry applications Ms. Refilwe Moeletsi T23.P4 - Applied Mineralogy and Geometallurgy PDF icon 879.pdf
4939 Between-hole correlation of sandy and silty contourite beds, Expedition 339, Gulf of Cadiz Dr. Roger Flood T40.8 - Deep-water circulation: processes & products PDF icon 4939.pdf
2523 Beyond the stony veil; reconstructing early trace fossils using Micro-CT analysis, a case study from the Yangtze Gorges area, South China. Dr. Michael Meyer T44.7 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 2523.pdf
5438 BIF-hosted manganese deposits of Africa Prof. Nicolas Beukes T18.10 - Major Mineral Deposits of Africa (sponsored by Vale) PDF icon 5438.pdf
2888 Bio-exploration on the Ghanzi Ridge copper deposit Ms. Natasha Auret T17.P3 - Mineral Exploration PDF icon 2888.pdf
5109 Bioavailable Fe Distribution in the Southern Atlantic Ocean on Glacial-Interglacial Timescales Mrs. Bridget Lee T40.P4 - Marine Geosciences and Oceanography PDF icon 5109.pdf
1648 Biogeochemical cycling of Fe, S, C, N, and Mo recorded in DXCL black shales suggests existence of oxygenated ocean 3.2 billion years ago Prof. Kosei Yamaguchi T32.11 - Redox texture of the Archean atmosphere and ocean PDF icon 1648.pdf
4768 Biogeochemical Modelling of Arsenic in Soil-water-plant Systems in Thailand Mr. Thanan Watcharamai T14.P3 - Environmental Geosciences PDF icon 4768.pdf
4903 Biogeographic mixing in the Maastrichtian of Angola Dr. Louis Jacobs T44.15 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 4903.pdf
1012 Biostratigraphic succession of acanthomorphic acritarchs of the Ediacaran Doushantuo Formation at the Yangtze Gorges area and its implication for the global correlation Prof. Pengju Liu T44.10 - Origin and diversification of Precambrian eukaryotes PDF icon 1012.pdf
4144 Biostratigraphy of Neoproterozoic strata based on invertebrate species from South America Mr. Rodrigo AdôRno Mr. Dermeval do Carmo T47.P2 - Phanerozoic Earth History, Stratigraphy and the Geologic Time Scale PDF icon 4144.pdf
4512 Biostratigraphy of the Valongo Formation (Ordovician) of northern Portugal Dr. Artur Sá T47.P2 - Phanerozoic Earth History, Stratigraphy and the Geologic Time Scale PDF icon 4512.pdf
1684 Biostratigraphy, chemostratigraphy and kerogen paleothermometry of the Proterozoic Mbuji-Mayi Supergroup (Kasaï, Democratic Republic of Congo) Mr. Blaise KABAMBA BALUDIKAY T44.10 - Origin and diversification of Precambrian eukaryotes PDF icon 1684.pdf
4658 Biotite and white mica composition as a vector to ore zones: deciphering hydrothermal and metamorphic effects in the Canadian Malartic gold deposit alteration halo, Québec Mr. Nicolas Gaillard T27.16 - Geochemistry of Lode Gold Deposits (sponsored by SGA and SEG) PDF icon 4658.pdf
5342 Bisie - World’s Largest and Richest Undeveloped Tin Deposit Ms. Helen Pein T17.2 - Mineral deposit footprints PDF icon 5342.pdf
3392 Bitter Spring C-isotope anomaly in the Vindhyan Supergroup, Rajasthan, India Dr. Jyotiranjan Ray T33.16 - Proterozoic Sedimentary Environments PDF icon 3392.pdf
2560 Bivalve biostratigraphy of terminal Permian (pre-Otoceras part) of the South Verkhoyansk Region (Northeast Asia) Dr. Alexander Biakov T47.P2 - Phanerozoic Earth History, Stratigraphy and the Geologic Time Scale PDF icon 2560.pdf
4013 Blue sapphires in syenite pegmatites from Ilmen Mountains, South Urals Dr. Elena S. Sorokina T37.4 - Gems: bringing the World together PDF icon 4013.pdf
3663 Boon or Bane? Mining in Developing Countries: A case history of Odisha, India Prof. Madhumita Das T13.14 - AGID Sub Theme : 3: Geo Parks, Geo Heritage & Geo Tourism: Role of Women Geoscientists / AGID Sub Theme : 4: Geo-hazards: Creating Social Awareness, Preparedness and Capacity Building for mitigating Geohazards PDF icon 3663.pdf
2110 Boosting the petrochronology arsenal: REE partitioning between garnet and monazite in Bhutanese pelitic metasediments Dr. Tom Argles T38.14 - Microscale is the key: microstructural and microchemical studies of metamorphic processes to unravel compositional and geodynamic evolution of the Earth PDF icon 2110.pdf
1469 Borehole breakout analysis from borehole image logs in the Ulleung Basin, East Sea: preliminary results for interpretation of in situ stress state Dr. Gil Young Kim T21.P4 - Unconventional Hydrocarbons and Emerging Fuels PDF icon 1469.pdf
1418 Botticino marble (Italy): a nomination for “Global Heritage Stone Resource” Dr. Piero Primavori T15.2 - Dimension stone and building materials (sponsored by IAEG C-10, HSTG and IGCP 637) PDF icon 1418.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
5404 Bringing diverse talent to the geophysics workforce, a review of the AfricaArray International Geophysics Field School Prof. Susan Webb T2.14 - Geoscience Education and Public Communication PDF icon 5404.pdf
5161 Brownfield Exploration as a Strategic Initiative to Extending the Life of Mine Mr. Hendrik Pretorius T17.14 - The Mineral system approach: the paradigm and future trends PDF icon 5161.pdf
5179 Brownfield Exploration as a Strategic Initiative to Reviving Non-Operational Mines in the Central Rand Mr. Manie Swart T17.1 - Mineral deposit footprints PDF icon 5179.pdf
4586 Building a GIS-based 3D seismic microzonation model for the City of Johannesburg Mrs. Magda Roos Mr Dirk Grobbelaar T8.12 - Geohazards: Prevention, risk reduction, early warning and preparedness PDF icon 4586.pdf
5285 Building geological services for the EPOS European Research Infrastructure Mr. François Robida T7.6 - Geoscience Spatial Data Infrastructures PDF icon 5285.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
2428 Building of short-termed earthquake prediction system in water areas. Dr. Vasily Palamarchuk T8.12 - Geohazards: Prevention, risk reduction, early warning and preparedness PDF icon 2428.pdf
3848 Building thematic and integrated services for European solid Earth sciences: the EPOS integrated approach Mr. Matthew Harrison T7.6 - Geoscience Spatial Data Infrastructures PDF icon 3848.pdf
1948 Burial and exhumation history of southernmost Norway: epeirogenic uplifts before and after NE Atlantic break-up Dr. Peter Japsen T30.15 - Dynamic Africa: integrating constraints on the post-Gondwana topographic evolution of Africa and adjacent continents from the core mantle boundary PDF icon 1948.pdf
520 Buried cold-water coral mounds in the Atlantic Moroccan Coral Province Mr. Thomas Vandorpe T40.P4 - Marine Geosciences and Oceanography PDF icon 520.pdf
1164 Bushveld’s base has foundered Prof. Nicholas Arndt T18.4 - Processes governing ore formation in the Bushveld Complex and other mafic and ultramafic magmatic systems (IAGOD-CODMUR sponsored) PDF icon 1164.pdf
2068 By-product recovery of critical elements from ores and concentrates using deep eutectic solvent ionic liquids: BRIO Dr. Gawen Jenkin T23.P4 - Applied Mineralogy and Geometallurgy PDF icon 2068.pdf
4012 Caddisfly-dominated microbial-carbonate bioherms from the Early Cretaceous Yixian Formation, Western Liaoning China Mr. Enpu Gong Mr. Jiang Xu T44.P2 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 4012.pdf
1407 Cadmium isotope fractionation of materials originating from different industrial processes Mr. Jan Curík T35.P2 - Isotope Geoscience PDF icon 1407.pdf
2486 Calcareous nannoplankton and Foraminifera biostratigraphy of the Upper Cretaceous St Lucia Formation (Nibela Peninsula, South Africa) Dr. Maria Ovechkina T47.P2 - Phanerozoic Earth History, Stratigraphy and the Geologic Time Scale PDF icon 2486.pdf
2480 Calcareous nannoplankton distribution around the Campanian–Maastrichtian boundary on the Aktulagaj Plato (Kazakhstan) Dr. M.N. Ovechkina T47.P2 - Phanerozoic Earth History, Stratigraphy and the Geologic Time Scale PDF icon 2480.pdf
4015 Caledonides to Cascades Connections: Tectonic evolution of Paleozoic terranes in NW Washington, USA Dr. Elizabeth Schermer T43.16 - Rock Deformation and Structural Geology PDF icon 4015.pdf
3926 Cambrian System in Siberia – discovery "at a desk" Mr. Leonid Kolbantsev T10.1 - General contributuions on the history of geology PDF icon 3926.pdf
1722 Can drilling fluids be a useful sample media for mineral exploration? Dr. Nathan Reid T17.5 - New theories and methods in resources exploration PDF icon 1722.pdf
1580 Can mantle suction flow trigger subduction initiation at passive margins? Dr. Marzieh Baes T31.14 - The Deep Earth PDF icon 1580.pdf
3179 Canadian National Professional Practice Examination for Geoscientists: Its Evolution and Future Directions Including International Applicability Mr Robert Stewart T12.6 - Professional Competencies PDF icon 3179.pdf
2313 Capacity building for climate change adaptation in Tajikistan Mr. Aziz Gulamadshoev T4.2 - Climate Change Studies / Climate Change Impact on Global Water Resources PDF icon 2313.pdf
3774 Capacity Building on Geohazards in Africa - PanAfGeo Project Dr. Jonas Satkunas T3.2 - Launch of PanAfGeo PDF icon 3774.pdf
4605 Cape Flats Aquifer and False Bay - opportunities to change Mr. David McGibbon T5.2 - Hydrogeology and hydrochemistry of arid and semi-arid Africa: a tribute to W. M. Edmunds PDF icon 4605.pdf
4546 Carbon capture in man made strata Prof. David Manning T4.7 - Palaeosols, palaeoweathering profiles and polygenetic soils indicators of climate change PDF icon 4546.pdf
1091 Carbon Dioxide Migration in Sediments on the Chatham Rise, New Zealand Dr. Richard Coffin T21.P5 - Unconventional Hydrocarbons and Emerging Fuels PDF icon 1091.pdf

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