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2015 - Pine Point Mines & the Alexandra Reef Complex, NWT
2014 - Banff & Jasper
2012 - Southern Alberta & the Foreland Belt
2011 - Willapa Bay & Columbia River Estuary
2010 - Pine Point Mines & the Alexandra Reef Complex, NWT
2009 - Fort McMurray Oil Sands, Alberta
2007 - Yellowstone National Park, Montana
2006 - Cariboo Mountains, east-central British Columbia
2005 - Rocky Mountain Trench, south-eastern British Columbia
2011, April 7th-8th
Featuring the Keynote Lectures:
Cenozoic Evolution of the Tibetan Plateau"
Earthquakes in Chine: the Neotectonic-Hazards-Tectonic Connection"
Dr. Clarke Burchfiel
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Thursday, April 7th
Seismic Stratigraphy and Geomorphology of the Exmouth Plateau, North-western Australian shelf.
Khalid M. Javaid
Subsurface structural interpretation of the Kennetcook-Windsor Basin: Nova Scotia, Atlantic Canada.
Detailed mineralogical characterization of the Upper Montney fine-grained ‘shale’ interval using micro-CT and electron microprobe analyses.
Neoichnological Trends at the Fluvial-Tidal Transition of the Columbia River Delta, northwest U.S.A.
Geochemical characterization and correlation of the Cathedral Bluffs Tongue, southwestern Wyoming.
Temperature, precipitation, and lightning modification in the vicinity of the Athabasca oil sands.
Clearwater Formation, Cold Lake Oil Sands Deposit: Estuarine Incised Valley Complex?
Identification of an estuarine-embayment transition in the McMurray Formation of the MacKay River area, north-eastern Alberta.
Keynote 1: Cenozoic Evolution of the Tibetan Plateau.
Tectonomagmatic Evolution of the Tibetan Margin from Pre-Collision, through Collision, to Post-Collision.
Quantifying crustal flow in Tibet with magnetotelluric data.
A Three Dimensional Magnetotelluric study of North China and the Tibetan Plateau.
Magnetotelluric imaging of the Altyn-Tagh Fault, China.
The Section Deep Electric Structures of Haiyuan Active Fault in Tibet and its Seismic Activity.
Paleomagnetism and Tectonic Rotation in the Northern Junggar Basin, Northwest China: Evidence for major intracontinental shortening between Junggar and Europe after 20 Ma.
The sedimentological framework of an aeolian sandstone reservoir: An Example from the Upper Triassic Charlie Lake Formation, Northeastern British Columbia.
Evolution of an isolated carbonate bank: deposition and sea level fluctuations during Miocene times, Grand Cayman, British West Indies.
Origin of Cenozoic dolostones, Cayman Brac, British West Indies.
Geothermics of the Phanerozoic strata of Saskatchewan.
End of talks, Day 1
Friday, April 8th
The geochemistry and geochronology of the Sparrow, Tsu Lake, and Uranium City mafic dykes.
Geology and metamorphic conditions of the Queen Maud block, Canadian Shield, Arctic Canada.
Age, composition and thermal history of lower crustal xenoliths from the Slave Craton.
David van Acken
Pyroxenite Formation in the Totalp Ultramafic Massif, Switzerland: Constraints from Highly Siderophile Elements.
Jarosite Occurrences in the MIL 03346 Nakhlite: Implications for Water on Mars.
Aviat Diamonds: A Window into the Deep Lithospheric Mantle beneath the Northern Churchill Province.
Major and Trace Element Chemistry of Peridotitic Xenocrysts from the Victor Kimberlite, Superior Craton.
Opportunities and challenges for rural sustainable development based on small-scale mining in Sub-Saharan Africa: Nigeria as a case study.
Building a better matrix: A phylogenetic analysis of cornuproetid trilobites (Order Proetida) with implications towards proetid character selection and coding.
Getting more from less: Evidence that multivariate analyses require smaller sample sizes.
Monitoring the effect of moisture regime on rangeland productivity with optical remote sensing.
Wireless Sensing Networks in Ecological Monitoring: Improving in situ measurements of primary productivity in tropical forest environments.
Looking through the wooden time machine: tree-ring investigations of terrestrial ecosystem change in the western Hudson Bay Lowlands.
Flow pathways through the Canadian Arctic Archipelago.
Laura Castro de la Guardia
Modelling the sea ice seasonal cycle in Hudson Bay.
2011 Arctic Sea Ice Observations from International and Interdisciplinary Research Campaigns.
Keynote 2: Earthquakes in Chine: the Neotectonic-Hazards-Tectonic Connection.
End of talks, Day 2
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