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Theme 1: Energy and resources

1.3 Geophysics Informing Regional Tectonic Studies and Mineral Systems Analysis

NAME POSTER TITLE
Mahtab Rashidiford 1.3a) How to computationally include regional interpretations into the seismic imaging process

1.4 Reframing Mine Wastes as New Resources to Meet Green Economy Metal Demands

NAME POSTER TITLE
Miss Annah Moyo 1.4a) Application of alkaline industrial wastes in remediation of acid and metalliferous drainage generated by legacy mine wastes

1.6 Hydrothermal-magmatic Ore-forming Processes: Observations, Experiments and Theory

NAME POSTER TITLE
Dr Chris Carson 1.6a) A manganese oxide discovery, Carrara Range, South Nicholson region, Northern Territory.
Dr David Durney 1.6b) Structural evidence for massive sulphide mineralisation during extension, Clarke’s Reef, SE NSW

Theme 2: Earth Structure

2.2 Recent Advances in the Geology and Mineral Potential of the Eastern Australian Tasmanides

NAME POSTER TITLE
Miss Grace Cumming 2.2a) Evidence for fire fountaining at Skillion Hill, Southern Tasmania
Miss Grace Cumming 2.2b) Geochronology of various fault bound units at Savage River: a melange of different terranes
Dr John Greenfield 2.2c) Early Tasmanides evolution: passive to convergent margin history in New South Wales, Australia

2.3 Tectonic and Paleogeographic evolution of Mesozoic Eastern Australia: the record from continental basins and igneous rocks

NAME POSTER TITLE
Mr Christopher Todd 2.3a) Mesozoic sedimentary provenance and palaeodrainage evolution of the north-eastern Queensland: evidence from the north-eastern Galilee and Eromanga basins

Theme 3: Core to Crust

3.3 Architecture, Composition and Geodynamic History of Cratons and Craton Margins

NAME POSTER TITLE
Dr Kathryn Waltenberg 3.3a) An Isotopic Atlas of Australia: foundational data for integrated geoscience through time and space
Dr Klaus Gessner 3.3b) Chasing lower crustal tectonic domains in the Yilgarn Craton
Dr Desmond Lascelles 3.3c) A new model of Archean craton formation and plate tectonics evolution.

Theme 4: Crust, surface and cosmos

4.1 Carbonates as Archives of the Past

NAME POSTER TITLE
Ms Theresa, J. Orr 4.1a) Paleoatmospheric CO2 oscillations through a cool mid-Late Cretaceous recorded from pedogenic carbonates in Africa

4.2 The Proterozoic Earth System and Plate Tectonics – Correlations and Causation?

NAME POSTER TITLE
Miss Sarah Giles 4.2a) Did Neoproterozoic (Ediacaran) regional sea-level drawdown trigger extensive allochthonous salt breakout and incision of the Wonoka paleocanyons, Flinders Ranges, South Australia?

4.4 Building a boundary – Processes, products and consequences of Neogene collisional geodynamics in Eastern Indonesia

NAME POSTER TITLE
Dr Chris Fergusson 4.4a) Oblique plate convergence drives deformation, uplift of coral reefs and earthquakes in the eastern Bird’s Head Peninsula, West Papua, Indonesia
Mr Siyuan Zhao 4.4b) A Kinematic Model of the Northeast Australian Plate Boundary Zone

4.5 Sedimentology and Geomorphology of Dryland Continental Systems

NAME POSTER TITLE
Dr Sandra Mann 4.5a) Sedimentology and geomorphology of Lake Yamma Yamma – A long-lived structurally controlled playa lake of the Lake Eyre Basin

Theme 5: Geoscience in society, education and environment

5.2 Natural Hazards and Engineering Geology

NAME POSTER TITLE
Mr Peter Hills 5.2a) Structural Integrity and Liesegang Rings
Dr Sandra Paula Villacorta Chambi 5.2b) Communication for disaster prevention culture: The Cusco-PATA Case (Cusco, Peru)
Dr Sandra Paula Villacorta Chambi 5.2c) Natural or green infrastructure to face the effects of extreme events, benefits and proposal of application in Lima, Peru

5.3 Geoheritage and Geoconservation

NAME POSTER TITLE
Dr Douglas Finlayson 5.3a) Six disused quarries tell of a much earlier Canberra geoheritage story

5.4 Geological Surveys, Now and Into the Future

NAME POSTER TITLE
Michael Aberle 5.4a) The urban geochemical baseline of Canberra: Does it provide dirt on criminals?

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