Speaker: Prof. Reid R. Keays (Monash University, Melbourne)
The Skaergaard Intrusion of East Greenland is the host for significant magmatic PGE and Au mineralization (the Platinova Reefs).
Speaker: Prof. Brent McInnes (John de Laeter Centre, Curtin University)
Helium (4He), in addition to the radiogenic isotopes of Pb, is a natural fission product of the U and Th decay series.
Speaker: Dr. Simon McClusky (RSES, Earth Physics)
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is providing fundamentally new constraints on plate tectonic processes.
Speaker: Prof. Dmitri A. Ionov (University of Montpellier 2, France)
Much of the continental crust is believed to have been either generated or transformed in subduction zones, but debate continues on the role of subduction processes in the origi
Speaker: Dr. José Alberto Padrón-Navarta (RSES, Earth Materials & Processes)
Since Plate Tectonics’ paradigm we know that water circulation is not only restricted to sedimentary basins from the upper crust.