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This session will explore magmatic, tectonic and surface processes associated with the formation of the North Atlantic to our time.
As modern-day Europe (Eurasian plate) and North America (North American Plate) separated during the final breakup of Pangea in the early Cenozoic Era.Please remember to bring your proof of payment for presentation upon request.It is your personal responsibility that all details such as address, booked events, number of tickets, hotel reservation, date of arrival and departure, etc. We therefore strongly recommend that you read and check the confirmation of registration carefully to avoid errors.This session aims at presenting new observations and results on; the formation of lips, on mass extinction intervals, and on the possible causal relationships between lips and associated environmental changes.This may include stratigraphic and proxy records of mass extinction, documentation of the petrology, chronology and geophysics of lips, petrogenetic processes, links to modern plume related volcanism, and modelling.Final Registration Participants must register at the registration desk upon arrival at the Meeting venue (Technical University of Denmark).
Please remember to bring your confirmation of registration (all registrants) and valid student ID (only student registrants) Meeting Secretariat NGWM 2018 c/o DIS Congress Service Herlev Ringvej 2C DK-2730 Herlev Denmark Telephone: 45 4492 4492 Telefax: 45 4492 5050 E-mail: participants [at] discongress [dot] com Confirmation An official confirmation of registration will be e-mailed to the participant upon receipt of registration fees.
Understanding Large Igneous Provinces and associated rapid environmental changes: from the North Atlantic Igneous Province and beyond.
Large Igneous Provinces (LIPs) are known to correlate in time with periods of mass extinctions and global warming in Earth history.
- Registration at Geocenter Copenhagen at Øster Voldgade 10, 1350 (Central Copenhagen) - Geology Walking Tour around Copenhagen for registered participants (meeting point at Institute for Geoscience at Øster Voldgade 10, 1350) Groundwater transport in cold, changing climates: theory, experiments, models Groundwater – surface water interaction; chemical and quantitative impacts on rivers, lakes, wetlands, fjords and coastal areas.
Groundwater – surface water interaction; chemical and quantitative impacts on rivers, lakes, wetlands, fjords and coastal areas.
It’s our pleasure to announce the 33rd Nordic Geological Winter Meeting to be held at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Kgs. Wednesday and Thursday you can register at the conference center, but to avoid the cue we recommend dropping by Tuesday.