InterRidge Theoretical Institute on “Magmatic and Tectonic Processes and Seabed Resources at Mid-Ocean Ridges”

November 1, 2018

Start: 09/25/2015 00:00

End: 09/27/2015 23:59

Timezone: Asia/Shanghai

Third InterRidge Theoretical Institute on “Magmatic and Tectonic Processes and Seabed Resources at Mid-Ocean Ridges”

Location: Hangzhou, China

Date: September 25-27, 2015

The theoretical institute focuses on the first two themes of the InterRidge Third Decadal Plan with the chairs and co-chairs for each of the two themes who will lead the scientific programs of the theoretical institute which is organized by the InterRidge Office.

Theme One: Magmatic and Tectonic Processes

Dr. Jian Lin (WHOI, USA), Chair

Dr. Marcia Maia (CNRS, France), Co-chair

Dr. Nobukazu Seama (Kobe University, Japan), Co-Chair

Theme Two: Seabed Resources

Dr. Bramley J. Murton (Southampton, UK), Chair

Dr. Marius Tivey (Whoi, US), Co-Chair

Dr. Sergei Silantyev (Russia), Co-Chair

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October 8, 2015

Upcoming events on petrology, geochemistry and hydrothermal processes

Goldschmidt 2018 (Boston)

Goldschmidt is the foremost annual, international conference on geochemistry and related subjects, organised by the European Association of Geochemistry and the Geochemical Society.

The Goldschmidt Conference will be in Boston, between 12-17 August, 2018. Goldschmidt2018

Abstract submission to Goldschmidt2018 begins on 1st January 2018 and ends on 30th March 2018

XIV Congresso de Geoquímica dos Países de Língua Portuguesa e XIX Semana de Geoquímica (XIV CGPLP/XIX SG) 

XIV CGPLP/XIX SG terá como tema central “A Geoquímica ao serviço da economia, ambiente e sociedade”. Pretende-se promover a troca de conhecimento científico e técnico atual em diversas áreas da Geoquímica, considerando temas transversais como as matérias-primas, as preocupações ambientais e o bem-estar das populações. Este evento também tem como objetivo incentivar a colaboração entre instituições e investigadores dos países de expressão portuguesa.

The XIV CGPLP/XIX SG will be in Vila Real, Portugal, between 24-29 March, 2017.

AGU Fall meeting 2017 (New Orleans)

AGU’s Fall Meeting is the largest Earth and space science meeting in the world. Fall Meeting brings together the entire Earth and space science community from across the globe for discussions of emerging trends and the latest research.

The AGU Fall meeting will be in New Orleans, between 11-15 December, 2017.

Last meetings

Goldschmidt 2017 (Paris)

Goldschmidt is the foremost annual, international conference on geochemistry and related subjects, organised by the European Association of Geochemistry and the Geochemical Society.

The 26th Goldschmidt Conference will be in Paris, between 13-18 August, 2017. Goldschmidt2017

Milinovic J, Barriga F, Dias Á, Martins S, Pereira M & Janeiro A (2017) Offshore Assessment of Minerals in Deep-Sea Sediments from the TAG-Area (26°N, 44°W). Goldschmidt2017. Paris.

P. Quelhas, J. Mata, U.T. Lou, R. Borges, M.L. Ribeiro and Á. Dias (2017) New geochemical constraints on I-type granites of Macao: evidences for fractional crystallization and petrogenetic affinities with Jurassic-Cretaceous granites in SE China. Goldschmidt2017. 06d-2126. Paris.

 SEG 2017 – Ore deposits of Asia (Beijing)

SEG 2017, the Society’s first annual conference in Asia, will focus on the great deposits of China and neighboring countries, and on the most important new discoveries in this part of the globe. SEG2017

 

AGU Fall Meeting 2016 (USA)

American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall meeting in 12-16 December 2016 at the San Francisco, USA.

Communication in the section: Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section – Quelhas P M, Mata J,  Lou U T, Ribeiro M R and Dias A A (2016) Mesozoic Granitic Magmatism in Macao, Southeast China. AGU Fall meeting 12-16 December 2016, San Francisco

Goldschmidt 2016 (Japan)

26th Goldschmidt Conference in Yokohama, Japan on 26th June to the 1st of July. Goldschmidt2016

Communication in the Section: Continental Crust – 05c: Crust-mantle interaction and magma genesis in Asian orogeny – Dias Á, Quelhas P, Lou U, Mata J & Ribeiro ML (2016) Petrology and Geochemistry of Granitic Rocks from Macao, 61

Third InterRidge Theoretical Institute -Magmatic and Tectonic Processes and Seabed Resources at Mid-Ocean Ridges (China)

Third InterRidge Theoretical Institute. Sept. 25-27, 2015, Hangzhou, China. InterRidge

Communication: Dias Á and Barriga F. (2015) Saldanha hydrothermal field: the role of the sediment-cover in the preservation of ore-forming mineralsThird InterRidge Theoretical Institute. T2-09. Hangzhou, China.

 

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