Speaker: David Colwyn (Yale University)
The long-held paradigm for the evolution of the Patagonian Andes is that the region was low-lying until the middle Miocene, when it underwent substantial surface uplift.
Speaker: Ken Lawrie (Geoscience Australia)
Our ability to understand, predict and manage complex Earth systems and dynamics is being transformed by a range of new high-resolution satellite, airborne, ground and borehole
Speaker: Mr Pat Carr (RSES)
Three models have been proposed for cassiterite (SnO2) mineralisation in magmatic-hydrothermal environments, 1) magmatic crystallisation from a granitic melt, 2) late
Speaker: Sarah Harmer-Bassell
Mineral surfaces play a vital role in a number of geological, environmental and technological areas including ore formation, weathering of minerals, minerals processing, biomine
Speaker: Yingjie Yang (Macquarie University)
The Tibetan Plateau is the broadest plateau in the world with an average elevation of about 4-5 km, which is still growing vertically and laterally.