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May 20-25, 2017, Chiba-city, 261-0023, Japan

Session S-IT21: Do Plumes Exist?

Conveners: Hidehisa Mashima, Gillian R. Foulger, Dapeng Zhao


AGU 2016 Fall Meeting Sessions

DI007: Heterogeneity in Earth's Deep Interior - from natural and laboratory observations to theoretical models

DI016: Understanding the interacting core-mantle system

DI007: Heterogeneity in Earth's Deep Interior

DI010: Pillars of Deep Earth Research: Accomplishments, Limitations, and the Road Ahead

DI014: Structure, dynamics and evolution of Earth's deep mantle

V024: Quaternary and Neogene Hotspot Volcanism on the Cretaceous Kerguelen Plateau, Southern Indian Ocean: Nature and Potential Environmental Impact


Conference

Magmatism of the Earth and related strategic metal deposits

4 - 9 August 9, 2017
at the
Institute of Mineralogy, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Miass, Ilmen mountains, South Ural

including


Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2016

May 22-26, 2016, Chiba-city, 261-0023, Japan

Session S-IT10: Do Plumes Exist?

Conveners: Hidehisa Mashima, Gillian R. Foulger, Dapeng Zhao


Goldschmidt2016 Conference

Jun 26 - July 1, Yokohama Japan

Session 05a: Crust-Mantle Processes: A Stable Isotope Perspective

Conveners: Convenors: Fang Huang, Julie Prytulak, Shichun Huang, Michael Antonelli, Anat Shahar, Edwin Schauble, James Watkins


AGU 2015 Fall Meeting Sessions

Session 8278: Tectonic, magmatic, and geodynamic studies of extensional processes: Applications in Iceland and the Nubia-Somalia-Arabia plate system

Session 8146: Seismic modelling and inversion: Exploring the Earth's interior

Session 7577: The Paraná-Etendeka Igneous Province and Related Magmatism: What Have we Learned so far?

Session 7653: The origin of basaltic magmatism

Session 8060: Heterogeneity in the Earth’s interior: the on-going processes of differentiation

Session 8565: Endogenous mantle melting: petrology and geophysics

Session 7198: Rifts and Passive Margins: Tectonics, Dynamics, Processes

Session 8620: The Asthenosphere

Session 8657: Constraints on Heterogeneities in Earth’s Mantle

Session 8057: The history of a diamond: insights from melts, fluids and mineral inclusions

Session 8083: Bridging the Moho: Joint imaging of crust and lithospheric mantle structure

Session 8565: Endogenous Mantle Melting

Session 8051: Transport of Volatiles from Mantle to Surface: Insights on Diffusion, Exsolution and Migration of Fluids in Magmatic Environments from Natural Samples and Experiments

Session 8949: Mantle, Crust, and Surface Dynamics in the Mediterranean System


AGU 2014 Special Session

Theory of Earth

Conveners:
D.L. Anderson, J. Bass, G.R. Foulger & J.H. Natland


EGU
Vienna, Austria, 27 April – 2 May, 2014

GD5.1/GMPV64/SM6.11/TS6.7: The first step of the Wilson Cycle: Rifting to post-breakup processes of passive continental margins with special emphasis on the Atlantic Ocean

TS6.4: Why and how does continental rifting lead to break-up?

TS6.1: Rifted continental margins: The offshore sedimentary, volcanic and crustal architecture

TS6.3: Onshore-offshore relationships at rifted margins

GMPV21/TS7.9: Interplay of magmatism and plate tectonic processes in a complex geodynamic setting - case studies in the Mediterranean and surrounding regions

GD5.2/GMPV65/TS6.5: Geodynamics of Rift Basins and Passive Margins from Surface to Depth: Observations and Modelling


International Symposium

Large Igneous Provinces of Asia, Mantle Plumes & Metallogeny

Hanoi, Vietnam, 7-11 Nov 2013


AGU 2013 Fall Meeting Sessions

V004. Chemical Evolution of the Earth’s Mantle

DI006: Linking the Earth's Surface with the Deep Interior: Comparing Predictions and Observations of Mantle Plumes

DI008: Multidisciplinary Constraints on the Nature and Scale of Mantle Heterogeneities

OS015: Melt generation, transport, and extraction in the off-axis mid-ocean ridge environment.

MR008: Fluids and Melts in the Earth's Interior: From Crust to Core-Mantle Boundaries


Goldschmidt Conference, Florence, Italy
August 25-30

Union Session, Theme 01e

Causes of Phanerozoic Mass Extinctions: Impacts vs. Large igneous Provinces vs. Others?

Conveners: F. Jourdan, A. Marzoli, S. Cirilli


2D Symposium and School for Young Scientists, Irkutsk, Russia
August 22-23, 2013

Continental Rifting, Accompanying Processes

Conveners: Rasskazov, S.V., Nikishin A.M, Primina S.P.


South Pacific Slab Conference

Summer, 2014
Suva, Fiji


Gordon Research Conference and Seminar "Interior of the Earth" 2013

AGU Fall Meeting 2012 Special Sessions

T26: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Origin of Intraplate Volcanism and Large Igneous Provinces


Ridges and Hotspots around the Mascarene Island

3-7 September, 2012
Mauritius Island


Goldschmidt, Montréal, Canada, June 24-29, 2012

4g. Geochronology and geochemistry of large igneous provinces

34th International Geological Congress, Brisbane, Australia, 5-10 August, 2012

21.6 Large Igneous Provinces (LIPs) and their impact on the lithosphere, atmosphere and biosphere.


EGU, Vienna, 22-27 April, 2012

GD2.4/GMPV6.17/SM2.12 Oceanic hotspot origin and dynamics

GD3.6/GMPV6.11/SM4.1/TS1.3 The lithosphere-asthenosphere boundary (LAB) depth paradox


GAC-MAC, St. John’s Newfoundland, Canada, May 27-29, 2012

The Large Igneous Province Record of North America Through Time



      Items of special interest

21.6 Large Igneous Provinces (LIPs) and their impact on the lithosphere, atmosphere and biosphere.

Scott BRYAN scott.bryan@qut.edu.au (Australia), Steve SELF (UK) and Ingrid UKSTINS-PEATE (USA)

Large igneous provinces (LIPs) represent episodic, catastrophic igneous events throughout Earth history. They are distinguished by high intensity bursts of principally mantle-derived magma to the crust and surface over geologically short timescales. LIP volcanism had a major impact on the lithosphere, atmosphere and biosphere, and consequently has been implicated as a driving factor in environmental change based on the temporal relationship with several mass extinction events through the Phanerozoic. Not only can individual eruptions pose a significant hazard through atmospheric loading of volcanic aerosols, but elevated eruption frequency and the potential for synchronous mafic ± silicic large-magnitude (>M8) eruptions mean that environmental change may be exacerbated by the cumulative effects of multiple eruptions, both direct and indirect. Over the last 10 years, proposed mechanisms for environmental change include volcanic CO2 or S emissions, gas emissions from clathrate or hydrocarbon disturbance, and Fe fertilisation of oceans from ash loading. This Symposium seeks cross-disciplinary contributions from the Earth, atmospheric, climate, and biological sciences that are investigating the lithospheric to atmospheric impact of LIPs. Contributions focusing on assessing the integrated impact and the rates and mechanisms of Earth system response to LIP magmatism are encouraged.

The fourth circular is due out in January and abstract deadline is 17 February 2012.


Goldschmidt, Montréal, Canada, June 24-29, 2012

4g. Geochronology and geochemistry of large igneous provinces
(co-hosted by Themes 4 and 5)

Co-convenors:
Paul Sylvester (Memorial University, Newfoundland, Canada) - psylvester@mun.ca
Richard Ernst (Ernst Geosciences) - richard.ernst@ernstgeosciences.com
Mike Hamilton (University of Toronto) - mahamiltongeology.utoronto.ca
Wouter Bleeker (Geological Survey of Canada-Ottawa) - Wouter.Bleeker@NRCan-RNCan.gc.ca

Large igneous provinces (LIPs) are the result of large volume magmatic events emplaced over short time scales, found through all of the geologic record. Recent advances in U-Pb geochronology of baddeleyite by TIMS, SIMS and LA-ICPMS have allowed many more mafic LIP events to be dated precisely. The new ages are used for correlations between LIP units on now dispersed terrane fragments, providing constraints on reconstructions of supercontinents. Precise age data also allow geochemical comparisons between different LIP events, leading to a better understanding of variations in their mantle sources and melting processes. This session aims to highlight the analytical developments of U-Pb geochronology of baddeleyite and the application of high-precision age data for LIPs to paleo-continental reconstructions, mantle geochemistry, mantle dynamics and plumes, the intrusive and extrusive architecture of LIPs, global environmental catastrophes and biological mass extinctions, and the genesis and distribution of ore deposits and hydrocarbons within LIP systems.


GAC-MAC, St. John’s Newfoundland, Canada, May 27-29, 2012

The Large Igneous Province Record of North America Through Time

Richard Ernst, (Ernst Geosciences, Richard.Ernst@ErnstGeosciences.com), Mike
Hamilton (Department of Geology, University of Toronto,
mahamilton@geology.utoronto.ca), Wouter Bleeker (GSC, Ottawa,
Wouter.Bleeker@NRCan-RNCan.gc.ca), and Paul Sylvester, ( Memorial
University, psylvester@mun.ca)

This session will focus on large igneous provinces (LIPs) in North America, through all of geological time, also in adjacent ocean basins (e.g. Iceland, the Arctic basin), and in formerly attached continental blocks (e.g. Europe, NW Africa, Siberia, Australia? etc.). Contributions on all aspects of LIP magmatism are welcome: mantle dynamics and plumes, the intrusive and extrusive architecture of LIPs, their interaction with sedimentary basins and hydrocarbons, the broader Earth system, geochemistry, geochronology and paleomagnetism, paleogeographic reconstructions, and ore deposits.


 


      Items of special interest


Gondwana 14
September 25-30, 2011
Buzios, Brazil

Session 2:
Mantle plumes and Gondwana break-up


Gondwana 14
September 25-30, 2011
Buzios, Brazil

Session 2:
Mantle plumes and Gondwana break-up


21st Annual V.M. Goldschmidt Conference
August 14-19, 2011

Prague, Czech Republic

04i: Origin of Large Igneous Provinces: linking geochemistry, geochronology, geophysics, geodynamics and climate modeling

04c: Plumes, Mid-Ocean Ridges, and Plates: Examining their Dynamics and Interactions with Observations and Models


Abstract submission deadline: 10 January, 2011

TS 5.1 Continental rifting: mechanisms of deformation, sedimentation, and magmatism

G. Peron-Pinvidic, S. Leroy & C. Robin


New AGU Monograph

Diversity of Hydrothermal Systems on Slow Spreading Ocean Ridges

Eds: P.A. Rona, C.W. Devey, J. Dyment & B.J. Murton


AGU Sessions

T12: Investigation of the Earth's Interior Using Geophysical and Laboratory Measurements
V37: Are Hotspots Hot?
V25: Generation and Evolution of Alkaline to Sub-alkaline Magmas


EGU 2010:
Vienna, Austria, 02 – 07 May

Session TS5.1

Continental rifting: influence of deformation processes and its interaction with sedimentary, serpentinisation and magmatic processes

 

Virtual Workshop:

Understanding Deep Earth: Slabs, Drips, Plumes and More

part of the On the Cutting Edge program

February 17-19 & 24-26, 2010

 

Symposium:

CENOZOIC CONTINENTAL RIFTING

Irkutsk, Siberia, Russia

1-5 June, 2010

 

AGU Special Sessions, Fall 2009

DI01:
Linking Earth's Deep Interior to the Surface Environment

DI03:
Seismic Discontinuities, Phase Transitions, and Compositional Boundaries in the Earth's Mantle

DI06:
Structure and Dynamics of the Earth's Upper Mantle and Transition Zone: The Role of Water

G11:
Plate Motion and Plate Boundaries

T12:
Lithosphere-Asthenosphere Interaction: Top-Down or Bottom-Up?

T15:
The Role of Magmatism in Rifting Continental Lithosphere and the Rift-Drift Transition

T18:
Heat Transfer from Pluton to Plate Scales

T22:
Evolution of the Caribbean Plate: Linking its Tectonic, Magmatic, Metamorphic and Stratigraphic Records

T28:
Topography and Mantle Processes

U03:
Consequences and Fraction of Recycled Basalt in the Mantle

U08:
Mantle Heterogeneity: Bridging the Gap Between Observations and Dynamics

U14:
The Nature, Frequency, Size and Consequences of Instabilities of the Continental Lithosphere

V02:
Oceanic Plateaus Through Time: Formation, Preservation and Environmental Impacts

V16:
Synthesizing Diverse Data Sets into Models of Hawaiian Plume and Island Evolution

V21:
Mantle Potential Temperature: A Very Hot Topic


International conference and field workshop related to the IGCP 509 project

"Paleoproterozoic Supercontinent and global evolution"

Kolkata, India, 26-28 October, 2009


First circular:

6th International Dyke Conference (IDC-6)

Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India

4 - 7 February, 2010

There will be a pre-conference Deccan field trip.


G³ Special Theme:

Continental rift magmatism and volcanic rifted margins

Please consider contributing

AGU Special Sessions, Fall 2008

T31:
Global Tectonics and the Paleocene ~62 Myr (~mid Danian) Plate Reorganization: Observed Signatures and Models

V03:
Large Igneous Province Development and Environmental Impacts

T08:
Magma-Rich Extensional Environments: Evolution
of Continental Basins and Rifted Continent Margins

T13:
Research Advances on the Geologic, Tectonic, & Geochemical Evolution of the Indian Ocean Seafloor & its Margin


2008 Goldschmidt Meeting
Vancouver, Canada, July 13-18, 2008

Session 05c
LIPS, hot spots and intraplate magmatism

Conveners: G. Ito & B. Steinberger


IAVCEI 2008 General Assembly,
Reykjavik, Iceland, 18-25 August 2008

Frontiers in LIP Research

Conveners: I. Campbell & R. Ernst


Special Session:

North Atlantic Igneous Province

Europe Special Symposia of the 33rd International Geological Congress

Oslo, 6th-14th August 2008


Meeting

Large Meteorite Impacts & Planetary Evolution IV

Vredefort Dome, South Africa, August 18-22, 2008

Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS),
5th Annual Assembly, Busan, Korea

June 16-20, 2008

Session SE59: Post-collision continental magmatism: Plumes vs. "Top-Down" plate tectonics?

Lead convener: M. Flower


European Geosciences Union

General Assembly 2008
Vienna, Austria, 13 – 18 April 2008

Session GD05
The Origins of Melting Anomalies

Conveners: G.R. Foulger & A. Sobolev

PDF & Powerpoint presentations

Abstracts for session GD05


AGU Special Sessions, Fall 2007

The Effect of Lithospheric Elements on Mantle Processes (T27)


Académie des Sciences Meeting

Ocean Continent Transition

September 2007


MYRES stands for "Meeting of Young Researchers in Earth Sciences". The science theme of the meeting is chosen by voting. Different meeting ideas are submitted and members of the science community then vote for the meeting they prefer.

We are proposing a meeting on a combined topic:

Magmatism of the Earth and Planets

We propose to get a group of young Earth and planetary scientists together, and this topic is different from other upcoming meetings. It includes a career development workshop, fieldwork and science sessions. The goal is to provide an overview of this field of research, promote discussion and provide young scientists with the skills needed to become successful, independent scientists.

Click here for details.

Please vote for our proposed meeting by July 15, by visiting this website

For more information, contact:

Jolante van Wijk or Nicola Richmond


"Terrestrial Planets: Evolution through time"

Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad, India, January 22-25, 2008


International Conference: Evolution of basaltic provinces

29-30 August 2007, Faroe Islands

Flyer


Goldschmidt Conference 2007
August 19 - 24, 2007
Cologne, Germany

Special Sessions
S32: Recycling of lower continental crust and implications for the geochemistry of mantle and crust
Conveners: R. Rudnick, A. Strache & P. O'Brian

S26: Earth's energy Equation - Radioactive elements and heat flow in the core and mantle
Conveners: J. Lassiter & S.
Labrosse


LIP symposium, 2007 Goldschmidt Conference: Conference link

Hotspots and LIPs: Plumes or shallow-mantle sources

Koln, August 19-24, 2007

Convenors: Dominique Weis, Conny Class & Cinzia Farnetani

Session description:
The origin of hotspots and large igneous processes appears to be as controversial as ever. Points of disagreement extend beyond the current plume debate to questions of the petrologcal nature of the source rocks  (peridotite, eclogite, pyroxenite, and their hybrids), the source of geochemical enrichment (metasomatism, recycling of crust), and the "fixity" of hotspots. This symposium will bring together geochemists, petrologists and geophysicists to debate the issues.


International Symposium: Large Igneous Provinces of Asia, Mantle Plumes, and Metallogeny

13-16 August 2007, Novosibirsk, Russia

Flyer


Rift to Ridge '07
28th-29th June 2007, Southampton, UK

A workshop on North Atlantic rift–drift evolution and the Iceland hotspot


IODP-funded four-day LIPs workshop

July, Northern Ireland: 75 participants anticipated

Chairs: Clive Neal & Mike Coffin

Official information webpage

The application deadline is 15th March, 2007


IUGG 2007 Meeting in Perugia, Italy link to IUGG

July 2-13, 2007

Special Session:

VS019: Large Igneous Provinces

session conveners: Richard Ernst & Ian H. Campbell


European Geosciences Union

General Assembly 2007
Vienna, Austria, 15 – 20 April 2007

Session GD05
The Origins of Melting Anomalies
Conveners: G.R. Foulger & A. Sobolev


AGU Special Sessions, Fall 2005

Links between ophiolites and the lost large igneous provinces record

Temperature, Chemistry and Dynamics of the Mantle

Insights Into the Nature of the Asthenosphere

Will the real phenocryst please stand up?


IAVCEI 2006: May 14-18, 2006, Guangzhou, China

Session 3: The Role of Mantle Plumes and Plate Tectonics in the Generation of Large Igneous Provinces

Convenors: Ian Campbell & Sun-Lin Chung


Chapman conference

"The Great Plume Debate"

Conveners: Ian Campbell, Gillian R. Foulger, James H. Natland & W. Jason Morgan


Session GD05/TS31

Mantle Plumes, intraplate magmatism, and hotspot-ridge interaction: Geodynamical, Geophysical and Geochemical Aspects

Abstracts


AGU Special Sessions, Fall 2004

Plumes or Not?
Volcanology, Geochemistry, and Petrology

Oceanic Transforms and Their Roles in Plate Tectonics, Mid-Ocean Ridge Magmatism, Melting Anomalies, and Earthquake Dynamics
Tectonophysics


Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, August 16-20, 2004

Large Igneous Provinces and Hotspots in and around the Pacific Basin
Volcanology special session V07

The growing pains of the Pacific plate: How hotspots and superswells shaped the Pacific domain
Tectonophysics session T03


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