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.
Speaker: Bradley Opdyke (RSES)
Déodat Gratet de Dolomieu made the first report of the presence of the mineral, rocks and mountains that bear his name in 1791 in the ‘Journal de Physique’.