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’ by Bo Pagh Schultz’Topographic Development as a result of regional incision, faulting, and deposition at the onset of relative sea-level rise; The upper Entrada Sandstone and the lower Curtis ’Formation, Utah, USA.’ by Sigrid Østmo da Costa’Using large-scale patterns and morphology of subglacial meltwater corridors to gain insight into the spatial organisation, formation and evolution of meltwater drainage beneath ice sheets’ by Emma Lewington’The Kassen and Håkåneset rock slope instabilities along fjord lakes in Telemark show large postglacial gravitational strain but no present day deformation, Southern Norway The Kassen and Håkåneset rock slope instabilities along fjord lakes in Telemark show large postglacial gravitational strain but no present day deformation, Southern Norway’ by Kaja Krogh’An automated cryogenic magnetometer at the Geological Survey of Norway for natural remanent magnetization and rock magnetism: A case study of North-East Atlantic continental margin sediments’ by Martin Klug’Stratigraphy and sedimentary architecture of polder fills along the North Frisian Wadden Sea (southern North Sea) – potential archives of sea-level and climate variability (project SEASTORM) ’ by Amalie Cordua/* Here you can add custom CSS for the current table */ /* Lean more about CSS: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cascading_Style_Sheets */ /* To prevent the use of styles to other tables use "#supsystic-table-5" as a base selector for example: #supsystic-table-5 #supsystic-table-5 tbody #supsystic-table-5 tbody tr */ Session 1.1.We invite research that explores the geochemistry of bulk lavas (including isotopes), melt inclusions, single phases (including mineral-mineral and mineral-melt equilibria) or xenoliths from intraplate volcanic settings such as ocean islands, intracontinental basaltic fields and highly alkaline rocks.Conveners: Nina Søager (University of Copenhagen), Valentin Troll (Uppsala University), Abi Barker (Uppsala University) Session 1.2.
This session invites contributions that explore the mantle geochemistry, petrology and dynamics of intraplate volcanism both in oceanic and continental settings.
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.
This session will explore magmatic, tectonic and surface processes associated with the formation of the North Atlantic to our time.
Conveners: Armann Höskuldsson (University of Iceland, armh [at] hi [dot] is) and Thor Thordarson (University of Iceland, torvth [at] hi [dot] is) Session 1.3.We are looking forward to seeing you all in 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.