Detailed Program

1.B Open Session on Carbonates & Bioconstructions
Room Aula Magna
Chaired by: Dr. Stephen Lokier and Dr. Laura Tomassetti
11:30am Temporal variability of cold-water coral habitats from the Porcupine Bank Canyon NE Atlantic
Mr. Luke O’Reilly, Dr. Aaron Lim, Dr. Jurgen Titschack, Dr. OJ O’Connor, Ms. Kimberly Harris, Mr. John Appah, Prof. Andrew Wheeler
11:45am Sedimentological and stratigraphical analysis of the Cenomanian- Santonian rudist-bearing carbonate platform, northern Arabian Plate, the Sabunsuyu section, Kilis area, (SE Turkey)
Mr. Oguz Mulayim, Prof. Ismail Omer Yilmaz, Prof. Sacit Ozer, Prof. Bilal Sari, Prof. Kemal Tasli, Dr. Izzet Hoşgör
12:00pm Session Keynote Talk: Marine cementation in Quaternary reefs: a quantitative approach
Prof. Eberhard Gischler (Goethe University of Frankfurt)
12:30pm LUNCH (12:30pm -13:30pm)
1:30pm Integrated chemostratigraphy of a Late Jurassic reef complex ( Jura Mountains, France)
Dr. Simon Courgeon, Dr. Yasin Makhloufi, Dr. Michel Meyer, Dr. Elias Samankassou
1:45pm Upper Cretaceous rudist carbonate ramp facies in the SE Anatolia, Turkey: a comparison with the Arabian platform facies
Prof. Sacit Ozer, Prof. Ismail Omer Yilmaz, Mr. Oguz Mulayim, Prof. Bilal Sari, Dr. Izzet Hoşgör, Prof. Kemal Tasli
2:00pm Dolomite problems: are microbes and viruses the answer?
Prof. Maurice Tucker
2:15pm Coral-stromatoporoid patch reefs in latest Cretaceous to earliest Paleocene platform carbonates, the Island of Brač (Croatia)
Dr. Maja Martinuš, Prof. Blanka Cvetko Tešović, Dr. Igor Vlahović
2:30pm Episodes of oceanic plateau collision revealed by carbonate events
Dr. Goran Andjic, Prof. Peter Oliver Baumgartner, Dr. Claudia Baumgartner-Mora
2:45pm The Miocene forebulge unconformity in central-southern Apennines: a sedimentological and stratigraphic study
Ms. Monia Sabbatino, Dr. Lorenzo Consorti, Prof. Stefano Vitale, Prof. Stefano Tavani, Dr. Amerigo Corradetti, Prof. Mariano Parente
3:00pm COFFEE BREAK (3:00pm – 3:30pm)
3:30pm The influence of climatic variability on the long-term growth history of a Mediterranean cold-water coral mound (Melilla Mound Field)
Mr. Robin Fentimen, Ms. Eline Feenstra, Dr. Andres Rüggeberg, Mr. Efraim Hall, Mr. Valentin Rime, Prof. Torsten Vennemann, Prof. Antonietta Rosso, Prof. Thierry Adatte, Prof. David Van Rooij, Dr. Hendrik Vogel, Dr. Andres Schröder-Ritzrau, Mr. Thomas Krengel, Dr. Silvia Spezzaferri, Prof. Anneleen Foubert
3:45pm The Features and Genesis of Lower Cambrian pre-salt Microbial Dolomite Reservoir in Tarim Basin, NW China
Mr. Jianfeng Zheng, Prof. Anjiang Shen, Mr. Lili Huang, Prof. Wenqing Pan, Mr. Zhanfeng Qiao
4:00pm Sedimentary evolution in a shallow carbonate ramp (Kimmeridgian, NE Spain): factors controlling facies heterogeneities
Mrs. Cristina Sequero, Prof. Marcos Aurell, Dr. Beatriz Bádenas
4:15pm Structural control and evolution of a giant carbonate canyon (Great Abaco Canyon, Bahamas)
Ms. Audrey Recouvreur, Prof. Thierry Mulder, Dr. Hervé Gillet, Dr. Thibault Cavailhes, Prof. Jean Borgomano
4:30pm Carbonate depositional patterns in an active rift basin: case study of the Danakil depression (Afar, Ethiopia).
Mr. Haileyesus Negga, Mr. Valentin Rime, Ms. Addis Hailu, Dr. David Jaramillo-Vogel, Mr. Jean-Charles Schaegis, Mr. Ermias Filfilu, Prof. Juan Carlos Juan Carlos Braga, Dr. Balemwal Atnafu, Prof. Tesfaye Kidane, Prof. Anneleen Foubert
4:45pm Modelling the growth of Sabellaria spinulosa bioconstruction in test tank
Dr. Stefania Lisco, Dr. Daniela Mele, Prof. Massimo Moretti, Dr. Tamara Lazic, Dr. Cataldo Pierri, Dr. Frine Cardone, Prof. Giuseppe Corriero
5:00pm Poster Session 1.B Open Session on Carbonates & Bioconstructions
Museo di Arte Classica
The Depositional Combination of Carbonate Shoals of Cambrian Longwangmiao Formation in Sichuan Basin and Its Control on Reservoir
Mr. Weiqiang Yang, Prof. Huayao Zou
Facies Architecture Diagenesis & Geochemistry of Jurassic Samanasuk Formation: Influence on Reservoir Quality, A Case Study from Kahi Section, Nizampur basin, NW Himalayas, Pakistan
Mr. Emad khan, Ms. Maryam Saleem, Dr. Abbas Ali Naseem, Mr. Waqar Ahmad
A test of Limacina Dissolution Index (LDX) as proxy for aragonite saturation of surface waters
Ms. Hanaa Deik, Dr. Lars Reuning
Carbonate sedimentary environments in the epicontinental Baltic Devonian basin: Pļaviņas Formation, Lower Frasnian
Mr. Edgars Klievens, Dr. Sandijs Meskis, Dr. Girts Stinkulis
Diagenetic analysis in limestones of the Upper Cretaceous, southwest of Rio Negro Province, Argentina
Dr. Sergio Matheos, Dr. Lucia Gomez Peral, Dr. Maria Sol Raigemborn
Characteristic and Genesis of Interlayer in Porous Carbonate Reservoir: Applied in Mishrif Formation of HF Oilfield in Middle East
Mr. Wenju Sun
Depositional and diagenetic features of cherty limestones from the Calcare di Altamura Fm (Matera, southern Italy)
Dr. Luigi Spalluto, Dr. Giacomo Eramo, Prof. Vincenzo Festa, Prof. Luisa Sabato, Prof. Marcello Tropeano
Dolomitization in oligocene-miocene carbonate reservoirs (Middle East)
Ms. Svetlana Idrisova, Dr. Marina Tugarova
Evolution of Guangyuan-Liangping trough and its control on sedimentary facies During the Permian and Triassic in Northern Sichuan basin, South China
Mr. Xingzhi Wang, Ms. Yaping Wang
Physical characters of the first mesophotic coral reef recognized in the Mediterranean Sea (Monopoli, Adriatic Sea, southern Italy)
Dr. Stefania Lisco, Mr. Francesco De Giosa, Prof. Pasquale Acquafredda, Dr. Frine Cardone, Prof. Giuseppe Corriero, Dr. Cataldo Pierri, Dr. senem onen tarantini, Prof. Massimo Moretti
Relationship between coral bleaching and marine micro-environments in coral reefs of the Ryukyu Islands.
Prof. Hiroki Matsuda, Mr. Naoyuki Hirano
Pleistocene shallow-marine fan-shaped bioclastic bodies of Apulia (southern Italy): outcrop analogue of carbonate deltas drift?
Prof. Marcello Tropeano, Dr. Domenico Chiarella, Prof. Luis Pomar, Prof. Luisa Sabato, Dr. Luigi Spalluto, Dr. Salvatore Gallicchio, Prof. Sergio G. Longhitano, Dr. Guillem Mateu Vicens, Dr. Demetrio Meloni, Prof. Massimo Moretti
Morphostructure of three carbonate mounds fields in the upper continental slope of the Alboran Sea
Mrs. María Gómez-Ballesteros, Ms. Olga Sánchez Guillamón, Dr. Jose Luis Rueda, Dr. Javier Urra, Dr. Claudia Wienberg, Dr. Gemma Ercilla, Dr. Juan-Tomás Vázquez, Ms. Elena Moya-Urbano, Mr. Diego Martin Jimenez, Dr. Dierk Hebbeln, Dr. Luis Miguel Fernández-Salas, Mr. Marceli Farran, Prof. Belen Alonso
Early lithification of marine sediments in the Abu Dhabi coastal system
Dr. Chelsea Pederson, Prof. Adrian Immenhauser, Dr. Stephen Lokier, Mr. Yuzhu Ge
Dolomitization processes in Lower Cretaceous sediments in the central sector of the Neuquén Basin, Argentina.
Dr. Sergio Matheos
Prediction on Karst Reservoir: a Case on the Middle Permian, Southern Sichuan Basin, China
Ms. Mengyi Ren
Platform architecture and facies variability of a Late Jurassic- Lower Cretaceous carbonate succession (Eastern Sardinia, Italy)
Mr. Mattia Nembrini, Prof. Giovanna Della Porta, Prof. Fabrizio Berra
A practical in situ approach for analysis of lead isotopes in biological carbonate matrices using LA-MC-ICP-MS
Mr. Igor Pessoa, Dr. Mauro Geraldes, Dr. Luzia Antonioli
Diversification of productivity of the Oxfordian subtidal carbonate factory in the Holy Cross Mountains
Ms. Radoslaw Staniszewski
Development and reservoir differences of mound-shoals in upper Ediacaran Dengying Formation, Sichuan Basin, China
Mr. Caijun Lan, Mr. Zhehang Xu, Ms. Xiaolin Ma, Mr. Chao Hu, Mr. Haoru Chen, Prof. Huayao Zou
Double δ47 signal hidden inside the Maastrichtian Danish Chalk: SST and bottom waters
Mr. Mattia Tagliavento, Dr. Cédric M. John, Prof. Lars Stemmerik
Development of pelagic phase after drowned Arabian platform, SE Turkey
Prof. Ismail Omer Yilmaz, Dr. Izzet Hoşgör, Mr. Oguz Mulayim, Prof. Sacit Ozer, Prof. Bilal Sari, Prof. Kemal Tasli
Microbial dolomite model for the dolomite formation of the Middle Cambrian
Prof. Xuelian You, Dr. Qing Li
Dolomitization controlled by microbialites in the Carnian patch reefs (Dolomites, Italy)
Dr. Adriano Guido, Prof. Franco Russo, Prof. Adelaide Mastandrea
Biosignatures in Precambrian and Cambrian Carbonate Rich Sedimentary Sequences of Anti-Atlas, Morocco.
Dr. Mihaela Glamoclija, Ms. Ashley Murphy, Prof. Kamal Taj-Eddine, Prof. Gian Gabriele Ori
Investigating Mechanism of Dolomitization based on Petrographic, Diagenetic & Geochemical Characteristics of Devonian Shogram Formation Reshun section( Chitral Valley) Karakorum Ranges, Pakistan
Maryam Saleem, Mr. Wassem Sajjad, Dr. Abbas Ali Naseem, Mr. Emad khan, Mr. Waqar Ahmad
Lower Ordovician microbial reef in the middle Yangtze region of South China — stromatolite reef
Dr. Zhenyu Song, Prof. Chuantao Xiao, Ms. Aiying Yang
Late Cretaceous and Paleogene paleokarsts of the northern sector of the Adriatic Carbonate Platform
Dr. Bojan Otoničar
2.C Aeolian sediments and coastal systems
Room Odeion
Chaired by: Dr. Lars B Clemmensen and Prof. Kenneth Pye
1:30pm Creating a desert: sediment generation patterns, fluvial-aeolian interaction and relentless aeolian activity in the Namib Sand Sea (Namibia) over the last 11 Ma.
Dr. Luca Caracciolo, Prof. Harald Stollhofen, Prof. Eduardo Garzanti, Prof. Pieter Vermeesch, Dr. Mara Limonta, Ms. Diana Hatzenbühler, Mrs. Amelie Feder, Prof. Michael Joachimiski
1:45pm At the junction of sheet-flood terminus, aeolian dune-fields and endorheic lake-margin: Rotliegend lithofacies revisited
Dr. Rick Donselaar
2:00pm Investigating the mid-Holocene wind climate on San Salvador, The Bahamas using an Aeolian Surface Model
Ms. Kathleen Wilson, Dr. David Mohrig, Dr. Travis Swanson, Dr. Charles Kerans
2:15pm Storminess and coastal dune development in northern Norway during the Holocene
Dr. Pål Ringkjøb Nielsen, Prof. Svein Olaf Dahl, Ms. Ingvild Prestegård, Mr. Geir Gudmestad, Dr. Kristian Vasskog
2:30pm Large-scale aeolian sand movement at the west coast of Denmark and the 4.2 ka event
Dr. Lars B Clemmensen
2:45pm Effects of sea level and wave climate change on an estuary-mouth coastal dune systems: Coul Links and Littleferry Links, NE Scotland
Prof. Kenneth Pye
3:00pm COFFEE BREAK (3:00pm – 3:30pm)
3:30pm Aeolian transgressive processes of a parabolic dune, Piscinas (Arbus, Southwestern coast of Sardinia, Italy)
Dr. Giulia Casagrande, Dr. Annelore Bezzi, Dr. Davide Martinucci, Dr. Simone Pillon, Prof. Giorgio Fontolan
3:45pm Bounding surfaces in a barchan dune: Annual cycles of deposition? Seasonality or erosion by superimposed bedforms?
Prof. Charlie Bristow
4:00pm When the ‘stoss’ becomes the ‘lee’ and the ‘lee’ becomes the ‘stoss’: 3D airflow modelling over reversing transverse ridges, Mpekweni beach, South Africa
Prof. Derek Jackson, Prof. Andrew Cooper, Dr. Andrew Green, Dr. Meiring Beyers, Dr. Errol Wiles, Mr. Keegan Benallack, Dr. Emilia Guisado Pintado
4:15pm Tectonically driven Middle-late Quaternary sedimentation – The case of Sinis peninsula structural high (W Sardinia, Italy)
Mrs. Giulia Cossu, Prof. Stefano Andreucci, Dr. Daniele Sechi, Dr. Mario De Luca, Dr. Antonio Santonastaso, Prof. Vincenzo Pascucci
4:30pm Session Keynote Talk A 5,000 Year Record of Coastal Dune Evolution along the Eastern Shore of Lake Michigan in the North American Great Lakes: The Relationship of Geography, Lake-Level Fluctuations, and Sand Supply
Dr. Alan Arbogast (Michigan State University), Dr. William Lovis
5:00pm Poster Session 2.C Aeolian sediments and coastal systems
Museo di Arte Classica
Wind-pattern circulation as a palaeogeographic indicator: Case study of the 1.5–1.6 Ga Mangabeira Formation, São Francisco Craton, Northeast Brazil
Ms. Manoela Bállico, Prof. Claiton M. S. Scherer, Prof. Nigel P. Mountney, Prof. Ezequiel Galvão de Souza, Dr. Farid Chemale Junior, Mr. Sergei A. Psarevskiy, Mr. Adriano D. Reis
Water table and biotic effects on Precambrian aeolian depositional systems in Brazil and India
Prof. Giorgio Basilici, Dr. Francisco Abrantes Jr, Mr. Marcus Vinicius Soares, Mr. Richard Vasconez
How last interglacial MIS5 beaches developed in the Central Mediterranean
Dr. Daniele Sechi, Prof. Stefano Andreucci, Mrs. Giulia Cossu, Dr. Mario De Luca, Dr. Antonio Santonastaso, Prof. Vincenzo Pascucci
The Chronology and Provenance of Pleistocene coarse-grained Sands on Krk Island (northern Adriatic Sea, Croatia)
Dr. Lara Wacha, Prof. Marijan Kovačić, Dr. Igor Vlahović, Mr. Krešimir Petrinjak, Dr. Sumiko Tsukamoto, Prof. Davor Pavelić
New sedimentological evidence for an eolian origin of the Upper Pleistocene U-shaped coastal ridges (i.e. “chevrons”) from the Bahamas
Mr. Lucas Vimpere, Mr. Nicolò Del Piero, Mr. Nabil A. Shawwa, Mr. Karim Béguelin, Prof. Pascal Kindler, Prof. Sébastien Castelltort
Late Pleistocene coastal deposits of south-western Formentera (Western Mediterranean): Chronology, landscape evolution and climatic variability
Dr. Laura Del Valle Villalonga, Prof. Alida Timar-Gabor, Dr. Joan J. Fornós
Development characteristics of northwest monsoon-controlled beach-bar sandstones in saline lake basin
Mr. Yanqing Wang, Mr. Guangyong Song, Mr. Zhanguo Liu
Texture of the sandy beaches of the Island of Santa Catarina, Santa Catarina, southeastern Brazil
Prof. Norberto Olmiro Horn Filho
Architectural characteristics and sedimentary models of wave- dominated shore deposits —a case of “Donghe sandstones” in Tarim Basin
Dr. Weilu Li, Prof. Huaimin Xu, Ms. Siyu Gao, Dr. Chaozhong Ning, Dr. Yichang Yu
3.A Interplays of hydrodynamic processes in shallow marine environments
Blue Room 2
Chaired by: Dr. Romain Vaucher, Marcello Gugliotta and Dr. Daniel Collins
3:30pm Session Keynote Talk Sedimentation in shallow-marine environments – a product of mixed-energy processes in four dimensions
Prof. Shahin Dashtgard (Simon Fraser University)
4:00pm Depositional models in foreland basins: the subalpine Miocene Molasse revisited (France)
Mr. Amir Kalifi, Dr. Philippe Sorrel, Dr. Philippe-Hervé Leloup, Dr. Vincenzo Spina, Dr. Albert Galy, Dr. Jean-loup Rubino, Dr. Bernard Pittet
4:15pm Predicting shoreline depositional process regimes with insights from palaeotidal modelling
Dr. Daniel Collins, Dr. Alexandros Advis, Dr. Martin Wells, Prof. Peter Allison, Prof. Howard Johnson, Prof. Gary Hampson, Dr. Jon Hill, Dr. Christopher Dean, Prof. Matthew Piggott
4:30pm Morphodynamics and sedimentology of the macrotidal river mouth of the Sittaung River Delta, Myanmar
Prof. Kyungsik Choi, Mr. Dohyeong Kim, Ms. Joohee Jo
4:45pm Sequence stratigraphy of the mixed wave-tidal-dominated Mesoproterozoic sedimentary succession in Chapada Diamantina Basin, espinhaço supergroup– ne/Brazil
Prof. Ezequiel Galvão de Souza, Prof. Claiton M. S. Scherer, Mr. Adriano D. Reis, Ms. Manoela Bállico, Mr. João Pedro Ferronatto, Mr. Carrel Kifumbi, Mr. Lucas Bofill
5:00pm Poster Session 3.A Interplays of hydrodynamic processes in shallow marine environments
Museo di Arte Classica
Typhoon Soudelor (2015) induced offshore movement of sand dunes and geomorphological change: Fujian coast, China
Yunhai Li
Threshold of motion of bivalve and gastropod shells under oscillatory flow in flume experiments
Dr. Cristiano Fick, Prof. Eduardo Puhl, Prof. Elírio E. Toldo Jr
Architecture and Evolution of Distributary Channel of Shallow- Water Delta Front in the Yan River Outcrop of East Ordos Basin
Dr. Cheng Cheng, Dr. Yinhong Liu, Dr. Kailei Yang, Dr. Yu Qi
Threshold of motion and orientation of mollusc bivalve shells under current flow
Mr. Felipe Rafael Secco da Silva, Prof. Ana Luiza Borges, Prof. Elírio E. Toldo Jr, Prof. Eduardo Puhl
Discovery of fluvial-lacustrine deposition in Lower Minghuazhen Formation of Qinan fault step belt, Bohai Bay
Mr. Zhenpeng Li
Orbital forcing in the transgressive/regressive high-frequency sequences (Belsué Syncline, Eocene, South-Pyrenean foreland Basin, Spain).
Mr. Andreu Vinyoles, Dr. Luis Valero, Prof. Miguel Garcés, Prof. Miguel López-Blanco, Dr. Elisabet Beamud, Mr. Pau Arbués, Dr. Patricia Cabello
Correlation and modelling of facies in the fluvial-to-marine transition zone based on subsurface data
Mr. Bassam Alshammari, Prof. Nigel P. Mountney, Dr. Luca Colombera
High-resolution facies analysis of the Permian-Triassic fluvial sequences of Allan Hills (Antarctica): implications for paleogeography and paleoenvironment
Dr. Giovanni Pio Liberato, Prof. Gianluca Cornamusini
Backset lamination induced by supercritical backwash flows at the beachface-shoreface transition of a storm-dominated gravelly beach (middle Pleistocene, central Italy)
Prof. Claudio Nicola Di Celma, Dr. Alan Pitts, Dr. Danica Jablonska, Prof. John Haynes
Record of post-glacial transgression in Late Paleozoic glacial- marine Talchir Formation, peninsular India
Mr. Harshit Varshanay, Dr. Biplab Bhattacharya, Mr. Md Tanweer Ahmad
Upper flow-regime bedforms on prodeltaic deposits in Gulf of Patti (north-east Sicily) and Al-Hoceima Bay (northern Morocco)
Dr. Romano Clementucci, Dr. Manfred Lafosse, Dr. Daniele Casalbore, Prof. Francesco Chiocci, Prof. Christian Gorini, Dr. Domenico Ridente, Dr. Elia D’Acremont, Prof. Alain Rabaute
4.A Deep-water channels: Morphology, architecture, flow processes and sedimentation
Blue Room 1
Chaired by: Dr. Chenglin Gong, Prof. Peter Talling, Dr. Michele Rebesco, Dr. Matthieu Cartigny and Maarten Heijnen
11:30am Multiple submarine turbidity currents: link between confinement, flow and seabed evolution from numerical model perspectives
Dr. Maria Azpiroz-Zabala, Dr. Joep Storms, Dr. Helena van der Vegt, Dr. Dirk-Jan Walstra, Dr. Arnau Obradors-Latre, Dr. Anna Ponten
11:45am Simulation of the bottom flows in deep-water channels using three-dimensional ocean circulation model
Dr. Dmitry Frey, Mr. Vladimir Fomin, Dr. Eugene Morozov, Dr. Nikolay Diansky
12:00pm Character and significance of thin-beds associated with channels in sandy deep-sea fan successions
Dr. Emma Morris, Prof. Peter Haughton, Prof. Patrick Shannon, Dr. Colm Pierce, Dr. Andrew Pulham, Dr. Ole Martinsen, Dr. Simon Barker
12:15pm Deepwater Architectural Elements and Reservoirs in the Ruvuma basin, East Africa
Mr. ZhiCheng Xu, Mr. Fuliang Lyu
12:30pm LUNCH (12:30pm -13:30pm)
13:30pm Session Keynote Talk A unique channel-levee-lobe system in a modern deep-water carbonate slope (Great Bahama Bank)
Dr. Emmanuelle Ducassou (University of Bordeaux), Ms. Joanna Lapuyade, Dr. Melanie Principaud, Dr. Ludivine Chabaud, Dr. Vincent Hanquiez, Prof. Thierry Mulder
2:00pm Architecture of submarine depression trails: pockmarks or upslope migrating sediment waves?
Dr. David Iacopini, Dr. Daniele Maestrelli, Mrs. Rosa Garone, Prof. Vittorio Maselli, Prof. Ben Kneller, Dr. Domenico Chiarella, Prof. Luigi Jovane
2:15pm Birth and growth of deep-sea turbidite channels in topographically complex slopes (Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy).
Dr. Giacomo Dalla Valle, Prof. Fabiano Gamberi
2:30pm Sedimentology and Stratigraphic Architecture of Deep Marine Levee Deposits, Neoproterozoic Isaac Formation, Windermere Supergroup, Canada
Ms. Celeste Cunningham, Prof. William Arnott, Ms. Anika Bergen
2:45pm Controls on architectural styles in tectonically-complex deep- water canyon-to-channel transitions: the Arro sandbody (Ainsa Basin, Spain)
Mr. Daniel Tek, Dr. Miquel Poyatos-Moré, Dr. Marco Patacci, Dr. Adam McArthur, Dr. Luca Colombera, Prof. William McCaffrey
3:00pm COFFEE BREAK (3:00pm – 3:30pm)
3:30pm New Models for Flow Processes and Architecture in High Latitude Channel-Levee Systems: Examples from Greenland
Ms. Charlotte Allen, Prof. Jeff Peakall, Prof. David Hodgson, Mr. Will Bradbury
3:45pm ‘Tabernas Solitary Channel’ revisited: A new approaching on a classic field outcrop
Mr. Nicolás Castillo Ruano, Dr. Fernando García-García, Mr. Luis Miguel Yeste, Prof. César Viseras
4:00pm Downslope facies and architectural variability of slope channel fills in prograding clinoforms, Mid-Jurassic Neuquén Basin, Argentina
Ms. Yuqian Gan, Prof. Ronald Steel, Dr. Cornel Olariu, Mr. Flávio, Norberto de Almeida Júnior
4:15pm Large-scale morphological variations identified between submarine channel types
Ms. Franziska Palm, Prof. Jeff Peakall, Prof. David Hodgson
4:30pm Submarine channel knickpoints characteristics and migration: A case study of Bute inlet, British Columbia, Canada
Ms. Ye Chen, Prof. Daniel Parsons, Dr. Matthieu Cartigny, Prof. John Hughes Clarke, Dr. Cooper Stacey, Ms. Sophie Hage, Prof. Peter Talling, Dr. Maria Azpiroz, Dr. Mike Clare, Mr. Jamie Hizzett, Dr. James Hunt, Dr. Gwyn Lintern, Dr. Esther Sumner, Dr. Age Vellinga, Ms. Daniela Vendettuoli, Dr. Stephen Simmons, Dr. Rebecca Williams
4:45pm The Longevity of Submarine Channel Processes: Insights from an Ancient Channel-System Deposit, Nanaimo Group, Canada
Ms. Rebecca Englert, Dr. Stephen Hubbard, Dr. William Matthews, Mr. Daniel Coutts, Dr. Jacob Covault
5:00pm Poster Session 4.A Deep-water channels: Morphology, architecture, flow processes and sedimentation
Museo di Arte Classica
How do turbidity and contour currents act together and jointly determine sedimentation in in unidirectionally migrating deep- water channels?
Dr. Chenglin Gong
Formative controls on dune-scale upstream-migrating bedforms in submarine channels
Dr. Age Vellinga, Dr. Matthieu Cartigny, Dr. Mike Clare, Dr. Joris Eggenhuisen
Channelized gravity current deposits in a post-rift downwarp basin: Insights from a Late Cretaceous sequence in the Songliao Basin, northeastern China
Dr. Youliang Feng
Gas hydrate distribution influenced by sea floor slide and canyon erosion in the Shenhu area, South China Sea
Prof. Xinghe Yu, Dr. Shunli Li, Dr. Chao Fu, Dr. Wang Jianzhong, Dr. Jinqiang Liang, Dr. Mingxuan Gao
Glaciers, flows, and fans: origins of a Neoproterozoic diamictite in the Saratoga Hills, Death Valley, California
Mr. Saeed Tofaif, Mr. Thomas Vandyk, Prof. Daniel Le Heron, Dr. John Melvin
Dynamic coupling system of submarine canyon and hydrate in the Okinawa Trough
Dr. Deyong Li
Sand dunes field characterization along a middle slope contourite channel in the Gulf of Cadiz
Dr. Desirée Palomino, Dr. Luis Miguel Fernández-Salas, Dr. Nieves López-González, Prof. Francisco Javier Hernández-Molina, Mr. Pablo Lozano, Dr. Marga García, Dr. Ricardo Sanchez-Leal
Architecture and genesis of the deep-water channel system in Miocene Zhujiang formation of Baiyun-Liwan sag
Dr. Jihua Liao
Interactions between turbidity current dynamics and cyclic steps: a physical process-based numerical study
Dr. Peng Hu, Ms. Yue Li, Dr. Chenglin Gong
The evolutionary characteristics and the controlling factors of deep-sea fan in the Cretaceous passive continental margin in Northern Subbasin of Senegal Basin, Northwest Africa
Prof. Hongyu Wang
Gravity-Flow Deposits of the Late Ordovician in Tarim Basin, West China
Prof. Changsong Lin, Dr. Haijun Yang
Geomorphologic and infilling characterization of the slope- confined submarine canyons in Pearl River Mouth Basin, northern South China Sea: sediment routing system in continental margin
Mr. Zhixuan Lin, Dr. Ming Su, Dr. Ce Wang, Dr. Yaping Lei, Mr. Boda Zhang
Sedimentary and hydrodynamic process in the Capbreton canyon (Bay of Biscay): time-laspe morphobathymetry and interface cores faced with 490 days ADCP measurements
Ms. Léa Guiastrennec-Faugas, Dr. Hervé Gillet, Dr. Ricardo Silva Jacinto, Dr. Bernard Dennielou, Mr. Grégoire Tkaczuk, Dr. Laure Simplet, Dr. Sabine Schmidt
Submarine-canyon formation and evolution in a source-to-sink context
Ms. Laura Bührig, Dr. Luca Colombera, Dr. Marco Patacci, Prof. Nigel, P. Mountney, Prof. William McCaffrey
The Santos Channel Depositional Evolution (Santos Basin, Brazil): Incision, Filling and Migration
Ms. Isadora Dutra, Ms. Bruna T. Pandolpho, Dr. Arthur A. Machado, Prof. Gilmar V. Bueno, Dr. Adriano R. Viana, Prof. Michel M. Mahiques, Prof. Antonio F. H. Fetter Filho, Mr. Carlos E. Theodoro, Dr. Antonio Henrique F. Klein
A Triassic turbidite outcrop at Jianza-Tongren Area in Qinghai Province, China: An example of lobe deposition in an axial basin
Ms. Ma Hongxia, Mr. Bin Wang, Mr. Dali Shao, Mr. Wang Xuefeng, Mr. Liangbo Ding
Sedimentary architecture and evolution of slope channel system and sequence stratigraphic framework
Dr. Ming Ma, Prof. Changsong Lin, Dr. Jing Jiang, Dr. Ze Tao
Crescentic-shaped bedforms in the Garrucha submarine Canyon: when canyon topography and density flows interplay
Dr. Maria Azpiroz-Zabala, Dr. Nieves López-González, Dr. David Casas, Dr. Patricia Bárcenas Gascon, Prof. Belen Alonso, Dr. Gemma Ercilla, Dr. Pilar Mata, Dr. Desirée Palomino
Bedforms in the la Linea Turbidite System (NW Alboran Sea)
Dr. Desirée Palomino, Prof. Belen Alonso, Dr. Gemma Ercilla, Dr. David Casas, Dr. Nieves López-González, Dr. Maria Azpiroz-Zabala, Dr. Carmen Juan, Dr. Luis Miguel Fernández-Salas, Dr. Juan-Tomás Vázquez
Deepwater Channel Characteristics and Hydrocarbon Accumulation in Zhongjian Area
Mr. Zhili Yang, Mr. Bin Wang, Mrs. Li Li, Dr. Yintao Lu, Mr. Taotao Yang, Mr. Jingwu Wu
Control of complex salt structures on channels and reservoir
Mr. Chen Liang
Features and evolution of Miocene channel system around Xisha uplift in South China Sea
Mrs. Li Li, Mr. Zhili Yang, Mr. Taotao Yang, Mr. Bin Wang, Dr. Yintao Lu, Mr. Jingwu Wu
Deep-water channels and its architecture in lacustrine: a case study on subsurface oil reservoirs in the western Liaohe Basin, China
Prof. Yu Sun, Prof. Baiquan Yan, Prof. Shizhong Ma, Dr. Lin Cong
A new bedform phase diagram for density currents
Mr. Koji Ohata, Ms. Isabel de Cala, Dr. Robert Dorrell, Dr. Hajime Naruse, Prof. William McCaffrey, Dr. Stuart McLelland
Seismic Characterization of the Top Messinian Unit in North Eastern Levant Basin, Offshore Lebanon
Mr. SM Mainul Kabir, Dr. David Iacopini, Prof. Adrian Hartley, Prof. Vittorio Maselli, Dr. Davide Oppo
Seismic anatomy of a mixed turbidite-contourite system in the northern region of the Campos Basin, Brazil
Ms. Bruna T. Pandolpho, Ms. Isadora Dutra, Dr. Adriano R. Viana, Prof. Michel M. Mahiques, Prof. Gilmar V. Bueno, Dr. Arthur A. Machado, Dr. Cizia M. Hercos, Mr. Carlos E. Theodoro, Prof. Antonio F. H. Fetter Filho, Dr. Antonio Henrique F. Klein
5.D New advances in Lacustrine sedimentology
Room 1 ESD
Chaired by: Pingsheng Wei, Dr. Huaqing Liu, Dr. Shuxin Pan and Prof. Carlos Zavala
11:30am Subaqueous sandy mass-transport deposits: The mechanism of transport processes
Dr. Xiangbo Li
11:45am Discovery of hyperpycnal flow in salinized lake and its significance for petroleum geology: A case study of deep-water siltstones within upper member of Lower Ganchaigou formation (E32) in Yingxi depression, Qaidam Basin
Mr. Wang Jiangong, Mr. Ping Zhang
12:00pm Sedimentary Characteristics and Model of Sandy Debris Flow in Lacustrine Basin Depression Area of Triassic Baikouquan Formation in Junggar Basin
Dr. Huang Linjun, Dr. Shuxin Pan
12:15pm Late syn-rift sequence architecture and sedimentary evolution of a continental rift basin: A case study from Fulongquan Depression of the Songliao Basin, northeast China
Prof. Tailiang Fan, Mr. Yunchao Hou, Dr. Yifan Li
12:30pm LUNCH (12:30pm -13:30pm)
1:30pm A retrograding shallow-water delta of the Cretaceous Quantou Formation in Sanzhao depression, Songliao basin, NE China
Prof. Mingyi Hu, Mrs. Yihui Wu, Dr. Qingjie Deng
1:45pm Main Controlling factors on Carbonate Shale Reservoir Relative to Hydrothermal Origin in Yin’e Basin, China
Mrs. Li Huiqiong, Mr. Pu Renhai, Mr. Hao Shiyan, Mr. Ren Laiyi
2:00pm Gravity flow identification characteristics and depositional model in lacustrine basin
Mr. Zhenpeng Li
2:15pm Types of shale oil reservoirs and their petroleum geological significance in the continental lake basin a case study of kong 2 member in Cangdong sag, Bohai Bay Basin, China
Mr. Zhannan Shi, Dr. Xiugang Pu, Mr. Wenzhong Han
2:30pm Sediments Response to Tectonic Event, Middle late Triassic, Ordos basin
Mrs. Xiuqin Deng
2:45pm Oligocene syn-rift sequence stratigraphy and depositional environments of the northern Song Hong Basin, Vietnam
Mr. Anh Nguyen Tuan, Dr. Viet Dung Bui, Dr. Michael Fyhn
3:00pm COFFEE BREAK (3:00pm – 3:30pm)
3:30pm Lithofacies, cyclicity and sedimentary models of a lacustrine microbialite system:the Paleocene Ganchaigou Formation of Qaidam Basin(NW China)
Mr. Zhanguo Liu, Mr. Zhiyuan Xia, Mr. Guangyong Song
3:45pm Lithological characteristics and evolution model of an alkaline- lacustrine: a case study of Lower Permian Fengcheng Formation in Junggar Basin
Dr. Zhijie Zhang, Mr. Xuanjun Yuan, Ms. Mengshi Wang, Mr. Chuanmin Zhou
4:00pm Oil-bearing Heterogeneity and Threshold of Tight Sandstone Reservoirs: A Case Study on Triassic Chang7 Member, Ordos Basin
Dr. Jingwei Cui, Prof. Rukai Zhu
4:15pm Development Model of Secondary Pores in Tight Glutenite Reservoir
Mr. Ma Yongping
4:30pm Session Keynote Talk Hydrodynamics of lacustrine hyperpycnal flows: lessons from the Lower Cretaceous Rayoso Formation, Neuquén Basin, Argentina
Prof. Carlos Zavala (GCS Argentina SRL. Universidad Nacional del Sur)
5:00pm Poster Session 5.D New advances in Lacustrine sedimentology
Museo di Arte Classica
Paleogeomorphology and gravity flow characteristics of Y formation of cretaceous in northern ZY area, O basin, China
Mr. Cui Longtao
Lake- type controls on sedimentary infill and petroleum source rocks in the Paleogene Fushan Depression, Beibuwan Basin, South China
Dr. Siding Jin
Quantitative Approach for Sedimentation Rate Estimation Based on Milankovitch Cycle
Mr. Wei Xu, Mr. Yingchun Zhang, Mr. Jun Liu, Mr. Lei Fang, Ms. Jingyun Zou
Geostatistic recognition of genetically distinct shale facies in Triassic Chang 7 section, the Ordos Basin, North China
Dr. Senhu Lin
The discovery and significance of two kinds of effective reservoirs in the lacustrine facies of a saline lacustrine basin
Mr. Yajun Shi
Sedimentary characteristics of very fine grained shallow-water meandering river deltas in the Daihai lake
Mr. Wei Du, Prof. Youliang Ji, Mr. Yuqi Zhou, Mr. Hao Wu, Ms. Zhang Yue, Prof. Yong Zhou, Ms. Yilou Zhang
Genetic mechanism of floating mudstone clasts, clumps and mud- coated intraclasts within sand-debris-flow sandstones
Dr. Jianbo Liao, Dr. Huaqing Liu, Mrs. Sujuan Liang
Formation and Distribution of Fine-grained Rock Reservoir in Saline Lake Facies -A Case Study of Neogene in Northwest Qaidam Basin
Mr. Zhiyuan Xia
Study on Sedimentary Characteristics and Sandbody Distribution of the Jurassic in the Southern Margin of Junggar Basin
Mr. Xueqiang Si, Mr. Yang Xu, Mr. Huajun Guo, Mr. Bo Yuan, Mr. Nenggui Chen, Mr. Jinlong Shen
Architectural characters of the finger-bar in lacustrine shoal- water delta: Example from Triassic Yanchang Formation of Maling oil field in the Ordos Basin, China
Dr. Ke Zhang, Prof. Shenghe Wu, Mr. Zheng Yang
Controls on rift-related sequence and sedimentary evolution of Guaizihu faulted depression, Yin-E Basin,China
Mr. Yunchao Hou, Prof. Tailiang Fan, Prof. Hongyu Wang
Sublaucustrine landslides and implications for hydrocarbon exploration
Dr. Shuxin Pan
Study on the Development and Preservation of Lacustrine Beach and Bar Based on the Modern Sedimentary Characteristics of Qinghai Lake
Ms. Jing Wang, Mr. Xiangbo Li
Genesis types of tight sandstones in Zhahaquan area, Qaidam Basin
Mr. Gong Qingshun, Mr. Zhanguo Liu
Sedimentary characteristics of hyperpycnal flows in a small continental faulted basin
Mrs. Sujuan Liang, Dr. Shuxin Pan, Ms. Caiyan Liu
Lithofacies and depositional environments of nonmarine fine- grained sediments in Sichuan Basin, SW China
Dr. Xinyao Wang, Prof. Zhenkui Jin, Dr. Jianhua Zhao, Prof. Yixiu Zhu, Ms. Shuo Li, Ms. Shuting Shi
The sand body characteristic and sedimentary model of beach & dam under the control of underwater low-amplitude uplift in lacustrine: Taking Shushanhe Formation of the Cretaceous in the northwest Tarim Basin as an example
Mr. Liu Chun
6.A Stratigraphic controls on the geochemical and fossil record
Room 11 ESD
Chaired by: Dr. Silvia Danise, Dr. Emilia Jarochowska and Dr. Rute Coimbra
11:30am Grès Armoricain Formation (NW France): the opening of the Rheic Ocean and tectono-sedimentary evolution
Ms. Michela Ebau, Prof. Alfredo Loi, Prof. Stefano Andreucci, Mr. Roberto Cucca
11:45am Hyperpycnites In Wulongqin formation of Eastern Yunnan, China: implications for the exceptional preservation of Burgess Shale- type fossil-Lagerstätten
Mr. Kang Boxin, Prof. Jianni Liu
12:00pm Depositional features of the North Adriatic epicontinental shelf- a deeper look into the Holocene evolution of the Po delta system
Ms. Michaela Berensmeier, Dr. Martin Zuschin, Dr. Adam Tomašových
12:15pm The origin of Palaeogene glauconites in the palaeo-Tethyan margins in the background of warming events
Prof. Santanu Banerjee, Mr. Tathagata Roy Choudhury, Dr. Sonal Khanolkar, Prof. Pratul K. Saraswati
12:30pm LUNCH (12:30pm -13:30pm)
1:30pm Paleoenvironmental signals vs. noise in shell-archives: diagenetic screening tools for any geochemical dataset?
Dr. Rute Coimbra, Dr. Stefan Huck, Dr. Niels de Winter, Prof. Ulrich Heimhofer, Dr. Philippe Claeys
1:45pm Stratigraphic paleobiology of Silurian conodonts – an event for every occasion
Dr. Emilia Jarochowska
2:00pm Session Keynote Talk Interpreting the impact of local depositional controls on carbon isotope values from shallow marine carbonates
Dr. Amanda Oehlert (University of Miami), Dr. Peter Swart
2:30pm The carbonate ramps’ record potential of C-cycle perturbations: The upper Miocene Central Mediterranean case study
Dr. Irene Cornacchia, Prof. Axel Munnecke, Prof. Marco Brandano
2:45pm High resolution correlation of the Homerian carbon isotope excursion (Silurian) across the Midland Platform, UK
Dr. David Ray, Dr. Emilia Jarochowska, Mr. Philipp Röstel, Mr. Graham Worton, Prof. Axel Munnecke, Dr. James Wheeley, Dr. Ian Boomer
3:00pm COFFEE BREAK (3:00pm – 3:30pm)
3:30pm Latest Pliensbachian–Toarcian Eustatic Calibration Using Shallow- marine Sedimentological Record Coupled with Basinal Multi-proxy Geochemical Analyzes
Dr. Francois-Nicolas Krencker, Prof. Stéphane Bodin
3:45pm Marine benthic community change along an onshore-offshore transect during the early Toarcian extinction event (Iberian Range, Spain)
Dr. Silvia Danise, Dr. Marie-Emilie Clémence, Prof. Gregory D. Price, Dr. Daniel P. Murphy, Prof. Juan J. Gómez, Prof. Richard J. Twitchett
4:00pm Towards a better understanding of the Aalenian (Middle Jurassic) palaeoenvironmental changes
Dr. Alicia Fantasia, Prof. Thierry Adatte, Dr. Jorge E. Spangenberg, Prof. Nicolas Thibault, Dr. Enrique Bernárdez, Prof. Stéphane Bodin
4:15pm Upper Berriasian carbon isotope curve from the Tethyan pelagic sections: relations to organic productivity and sea-level variations?
Dr. Jacek Grabowski, Dr. Hubert Wierzbowski, Mr. Damian Lodowski, Dr. Patrycja Wojcik-Tabol, Mr. Artur Teodorski
4:30pm Paleo-dendrochronology of a Triassic Polar Forest in Allan Hills (Antarctica)
Ms. Valentina Corti, Prof. Erik Gulbranson, Prof. Gianluca Cornamusini, Prof. Franco Maria Talarico
4:45pm Cyclostratigraphy of Middle Triassic (Anisian) ramp deposits, NW Bulgaria
Dr. George Ajdanlijsky, Prof. André Strasser, Prof. Annette Goetz
5:00pm Poster Session 6.A Stratigraphic controls on the geochemical and fossil record
Museo di Arte Classica
Integrated sedimentological, mineralogical, and geochemical approach to reconstructing Ediacaran environments – an example from the East European Craton
Mr. Karol Jewuła, Dr. Artur Kędzior, Prof. Jan Środoń
High resolution sequence stratigraphic characteristics of aheformation,Tarim basin
Ms. Chun Yuan, Prof. Zhang Huiliang
Magnetic susceptibility, gamma spectroscopy and carbon-isotope record of Lower–Middle Jurassic pelagic carbonates (Carpathians, Poland).
Ms. Jolanta Iwanczuk
Cyclostratigraphic analysis of the laminated limestones of the Early Cretaceous Crato Member; Santana formation, Araripe Basin
Mr. João Marcos Pereira Gomes, Prof. Aristóteles de Moraes Rios Netto, Mr. Bruno Cesar Araújo, Mr. Flávio Norberto de Almeida Júnior, Dr. Ismar Carvalho, Dr. Leornardo Borghi, Mr. Luís Fernando Silveira da Silva
Environmental and faunal changes in the Jurassic Sundance Seaway, western United States: integrating geochemical and fossil data.
Dr. Silvia Danise, Prof. Steven Holland, Prof. Gregory D. Price
Isotope and elemental evidence from archosaurian eggshells (Lourinhã Formation, Late Jurassic): new solutions or new problems?
Dr. Rute Coimbra, Dr. Miguel Moreno-Azanza, Dr. Octávio Mateus
Faunal affinities of the Late Cretaceous ‘aphrodiniid’ venerid bivalve assemblages and dispersal pathways around Tethyan margins
Dr. Izzet Hoşgör, Prof. Ismail Omer Yilmaz, Prof. Sacit Ozer, Mr. Oguz Mulayim, Prof. Bilal Sari, Prof. Kemal Tasli
7.L Open session of sedimentological studies
Room Partenone
Chaired by: Prof. Francesco Chiocci, Prof. Marco Brandano, Dr. Daniele Casalbore and Prof. Vincenzo Pascucci
1:30pm Middle Ordovician Sedimentary Microfacies Analysis Based on FMI and Logging in Tahe Oilfield, Tarim Basin
Ms. Hua Fan, Prof. Tailiang Fan, Prof. Zhiqian Gao, Ms. Yuan Huang, Mr. Yu Gu, Mr. Chen Li
1:45pm Geological and geophysical surveys to reconstruct the subsoil model of Croix- des – Bouquets (Haiti)
Dr. Azzurra Lentini, Dr. Luca Maria Puzzilli, Dr. Gabriele Leoni, Dr. Giovanni De Caterini, Dr. Angelo Coletti
2:00pm The Ratio of Strontium to Barium of Sediments in the Yellow River Delta by Different Extraction Methods
Prof. Aihua Wang, Prof. Siyuan Ye, Mr. JianKun Liu, Ms. Xigu Ding, Ms. Naicen Xu
2:15pm The Quaternary Geology of Benevento (Southern Italy): depositional environments reconstruction for predicting local seismic response
Prof. Maria Rosaria Senatore, Dr. Modestino Boscaino, Dr. Felice Pinto
2:30pm Biogenic or diagenetic origin: insight from micron-sized spherulitic apatite in Mesoproterozoic black shales
Dr. Xinjing LI, Prof. Shuichang Zhang, Dr. Xu Jin, Dr. Jianming Li, Mr. Hang Jiao, Ms. Xiaodan Liu, Dr. Xiaoqi Wang
3:00pm COFFEE BREAK (3:00pm – 3:30pm)
7.L Open session of sedimentological studies – short oral
Room Partenone
Chaired by: Prof. Francesco Chiocci, Prof. Marco Brandano, Dr. Daniele Casalbore and Prof. Vincenzo Pascucci
3:30pm Study on flow characteristic and enhanced oil recovery for CO2 flooding in the heterogeneous reservoir
Dr. Yapeng Tian, Prof. Binshan Ju
3:34pm Facies analysis and depositional architecture of the shallow-water delta in lacustrine basin: A case from Huanghekou Depression, Bohai Bay Basin, northern China
Dr. Hao Shimeng
3:38pm Effect of clay-sand mixture on river bank morphology and erosion
Mr. Vikas Kumar Das, Dr. Susanta Chaudhuri, Prof. Koustuv Debnath
3:42pm An eogenetic karst in a brackish lacustrine peninsula geological setting
Dr. Yang Yang, Mr. Jiang Zaixing, Mr. Liu Shengqian
3:46pm Sediment characterization and dynamics in Lake Ifrah (Middle Atlas, Morocco)
Prof. Issam Etebaai, Prof. Hanane Reddad, Dr. Hélène Miche, Prof. Hajar El Talibi, Prof. Saida Bouzid, Dr. Said El Moussaoui, Prof. Ali Rhoujjati, Prof. Hinde Cherkaoui Dekkaki, Prof. Brahim Damnati, Prof. Maurice Taieb
3:50pm Favorable Lithofacies Characterization of Tight Sandstone Reservoir
Dr. Junlong Liu, Dr. Dongsheng Sun, Dr. Zhongqun Liu
3:54pm Classification based on sedimentary origin and distribution characteristics of interlayers in braided river reservoir, M oilfield
Ms. Siyang Li
3:58pm Geochemical attributes in Lower-Ordovician dolostones from Tarim Basin: Implications for genesis of dolomite and porosity
Mr. Zhang You, Prof. Shen Anjiang, Prof. Liang Ting, Dr. Zheng Xingping, Prof. Feng Zihui, Mr. Zhang Junlong, Mr. Wang Xiandong, Mr. Zhang Yajin, Mr. Zhu Mao, Mr. Shao Guanming
4:02pm Reservoirs Characteristics and genesis in lagoon in the Mishirif Formation, M oilfield
Dr. Fengfeng Li, Dr. Yichang Yu
4:06pm Deep water sedimentation associated with the Early Palezoic orogenic foredeep on Co To archipelago, NE Vietnam
Mr. Hoang Bui, Mr. Tuan Nguyen Quang, Dr. Dung Bui
5:00pm Poster Session 7.L Open session of sedimentological studies
Museo di Arte Classica
Study of the Mid-Jurassic Msolwa Sedimentary Successions in Tanzania and the Influence upon the Geological Diversity of the Region
Mr. Godfrey Mwendenusu
Fluvial Sedimentary Characteristics and Facies Models in Sulige Gas Field of Ordos Basin, China
Mr. Guanghuai He, Mr. Shuhui Wang, Mr. Feng Xiao, Mr. Tao Yin, Ms. Lanian Zheng, Dr. Zhongqiang Sun
Storms, waves and gravity flows: mud dispersal across the Jurassic Cleveland Basin
Mrs. Neveen Elsayed
Carbonate faciology in a coast dominated by waves – southern Brazil
Mr. Paul Michael Nii Anang Okoe, Prof. Elírio E. Toldo Jr, Dr. Cristiano Fick, Prof. Eduardo Puhl
Pore structure characteristics of the upper Palaeozoic Shanxi formation shale reservoir, Ordos Basin, China: Implications for the difference between continental and transitional shale.
Dr. Xue Chunqi
Some details of lower mississippian oil-saturated burial dolomites from the Volga-Ural Basin, Russia
Dr. Anton Kolchugin, Prof. Adrian Immenhauser, Prof. Vladimir Morozov, Dr. Benjamin Walter, Dr. Aleksey Eskin, Dr. Eduard Korolev, Dr. Rolf Neuser
Evaluation of burial mode and sandstone porosity in the Oligocene sandstone, East China Sea Basin
Dr. Wenguang Wang, Prof. Chengyan Lin, Prof. Xianguo Zhang, Prof. Chunmei Dong, Prof. Lihua Ren, Dr. Jianli Lin
Chloritization of Proterozoic glauconite within Rabanpalli Formation, Bhima Basin, India
Dr. Udita Bansal, Prof. Santanu Banerjee, Prof. Raghavendra Nagendra
Geochemical characteristics and provenance analysis of the Lao Huzui profile slump in Laiyang formation, Lingshan island
Mr. Wang Yuzhe, Dr. Qiu Longwei, Dr. Yang Yongqiang
Implication of low dielectric constant solutes and heterogeneous nucleation on abiotic sedimentary dolomite precipitation
Mr. Yihang Fang, Prof. Huifang Xu
Identification of diagenetic stage-diagenetic facies based on diagenesis process and reservoir porosity prediction: An example from Paleogene lake sediment sandstone in Bozhong Depression, China
Mr. Qian Wendao, Prof. Yin Taiju, Prof. Changmin Zhang, Dr. Stuart Jones, Mr. Hou Guowei, Dr. He Miao
The effect of salt on the evolution of subsalt sandstone reservoirs in Kuqa foreland basin, Western China
Dr. Hai Wu
Characteristics of the Key Unconformities of the Palaeozoic Carbonates in Tazhong Area of Tarim Basin: Implications for Reservoir Development
Ms. Yuan Hu, Prof. Zhiqian Gao, Prof. Tailiang Fan
Quantitative Characterization of Sand Body In Muit- Hydrodynamic Depositional System In Silurian In Tarim Basin
Mr. Xianlong Zhang
Wave Tectono-Sedimentary Processes during the Mesozoic and Its Implications
Dr. Rui Zhang, Dr. Zhijun Jin, Dr. Quanyou Liu
Redox structure and source rock potential of Vindhyan basin: Insights from its argillaceous intervals
Dr. Arvind K Singh, Prof. Partha Chakraborty, Prof. Subir Sarkar
Effect of rock fragments dissolution and its associated cementation on pore evolution in deltaic sandstones
Prof. Zhong Dakang
Hydrodynamic behaviour of mollusc shell debris: influence of faunal composition
Dr. Alissia Rieux, Dr. Pierre Weill, Dr. Dominique Mouazé, Prof. Bernadette Tessier
LA-ICP-MS detrital zircon U-Pb age of Mesoproterozoic in the Xiong’er rifting trough and its implications
Prof. Shunshe Luo, Mr. Yan Zhang, Dr. Rong Dai, Prof. Zhenqi Wang, Dr. Qiqi Lyu, Mr. Yulong Guan, Mr. Qingan Zhou
Evaluation of Ordovician Reservoir – Cap Assemblage in Awati Depression in Tarim Basin
Mr. Nan Xue, Prof. Xiuxiang Lv
Provenance of middle-late Mesozoic strata in the northeastern Ordos Basin: Implications for tectonic evolution of the Xingmeng orogenic belt
Dr. Haiyang Cao, Prof. Mingcai Hou
Actual and forecasted seawater vulnerability assessment via GALDIT-SUSI in the Variconi coastal area (Caserta, Italy)
Dr. Gianluigi Busico, Dr. Nicolò Colombani, Prof. Micòl Mastrocicco
Combination regularities of reef-beach and main controlling factors in Changxing-Feixianguan Formation of eastern Sichuan- northern Chongqing area
Prof. Zhonggui Hu, Mr. Qingmin Dong, Ms. Jiuzhen Hu, Mr. Mingtao Zuo, Dr. Peng Qin
Field observations, petrographic studies and geochemical analysis of multiphase dolomitization in the Samana Suk Formation (middle Jurassic), Himalayan Foreland Basin, North West Pakistan
Mr. Hamad ur Rahim, Dr. Mumtaz M Shah, Dr. Mercè Corbella, Prof. Esteve Cardellach, Dr. Didac Navarro-Ciurana
Telegram-bot as a powerful tool for a small repository of geological samples
Dr. Dmitrii Borisov
A geotouristic trip walking around Quaternary gravelly deltas (Bradanic Trough, Southern Italy)
Prof. Luisa Sabato, Prof. Marcello Tropeano
Matera (southern Italy): the “European (geo-)Capital of Culture 2019”
Prof. Marcello Tropeano, Prof. Vincenzo Festa, Prof. Luisa Sabato, Prof. Domenico Capolongo, Dr. Claudio Ivan Casciano, Dr. Domenico Chiarella, Dr. Salvatore Gallicchio, Prof. Sergio G. Longhitano, Prof. Massimo Moretti, Dr. Marco Petruzzelli, Dr. Luigi Spalluto
STONE Pietre Egizie, a mobile application on ornamental stones of Museo Egizio of Torino
Dr. Anna d’Atri, Prof. Alessandro Borghi, Dr. Francesca Gambino, Prof. Luca Martire, Dr. Gloria Vaggelli, Dr. Denise Valentino
Geomorphology of landforms in metamorphic rocks formed by Cenozoic coal fires in northwestern China
Mr. Bin Chen, Prof. Zhiqiang Shi
Project introduction: Sedimentology, stratigraphy and structural architecture of the Plitvice Lakes National Park
Prof. Borna Lužar-Oberiter, Prof. Uroš Barudžija, Prof. Bojan Matoš, Dr. Igor Vlahović, Dr. Maja Martinuš, Prof. Blanka Cvetko Tešović
The Geoheritage inventory of the UNESCO Dolomites property (northern Italy): project and advances
Dr. Marcello Caggiati, Prof. Piero Gianolla
The geodiversity of Veneto region (Northern Italy) in a new inventory of geosites
Prof. Nereo Preto, Dr. Delio Brentan, Prof. Alberto Carton, Dr. Giorgio Doria, Dr. Fabio Mattiuzzo, Dr. Maria Luisa Perissinotto, Dr. Enrico Schiavon, Dr. Umberto Trivelloni
Pietra di Vicenza (lower Oligocene, northern Italy): proposal for designation as Global Heritage Stone Resource
Prof. Nereo Preto, Prof. Marco Brandano, Mr. Paolo Cornale, Prof. Claudio Mazzoli, Ms. Elisa Milizia, Dr. Laura Tomassetti
Valuation of Media Luna sector, Aipe, Colombia as geosite of geological heritage
Dr. Ingrid Natalia Muñoz Quijano, Ms. Maria Fernanda Molina Otero, Mr. Yoan David Manrique Mendoza
Microclimate and microenvironmental cave settings as inferred by clastic sediments and their implications for archaeological investigations
Dr. Ivan Martini, Prof. Annamaria Ronchitelli, Dr. Simona Arrighi, Dr. Giulia Capecchi, Mr. Stefano Ricci, Dr. Sem Scaramucci, Dr. Vincenzo Spagnolo, Prof. Paolo Gambassini, Prof. Adriana Moroni
Provenance of black and white limestone tesserae used in ancient mosaics in Slovenia
Prof. Andrej Šmuc, Prof. Matej Dolenec, Mrs. Martina Lesar Kikelj, Mrs. Judita Lux, Mr. Miran Pflaum, Prof. Blaž Šeme, Mrs. Bernarda Županek, Prof. Luka Gale, Dr. Sabina Kramar
Landslide-influenced fluviodeltaic successions in Trondheim city centre and effects on the prehistoric settlement, mid Norway
Dr. Louise Hansen, Dr. Anna Petersén
Depositional Environments and Climatic Events in the Mesopotamian Plain: the Sumerian Site of Abu Tbeirah
Dr. Luca Forti, Dr. Alessandra Celant, Prof. Franco D’Agostino, Dr. Federico Di Rita, Prof. Donatella Magri, Dr. Ilaria Mazzini, Prof. Salvatore Milli, Dr. Daniel Tentori, Dr. Licia Romano
The Red Soils from L’Aquila downtown: sedimentary geology and seismic site characterization to mitigate the seismic hazard in cultural heritage cities of central Italy
Prof. Marco Tallini, Dr. Lorenzo Lo Sardo, Dr. Luca Macerola, Dr. Marco Spadi, Prof. Gabriele Scarascia Mugnozza
Build-up-and-fill structures: The depositional signature of strongly aggradational chute-and-pool bedforms
Dr. Arnould Slootman, Dr. Matthieu Cartigny, Dr. Age Vellinga
Rietveld refinement of interstratified illite-smectite and CEC – clay mineralogical tools for sedimentology studies
Dr. Reiner Dohrmann, Dr. Kristian Ufer, Dr. André Bornemann, Dr. Hauke Thöle, Prof. Jochen Erbacher
10.A Anthropocene: a rising and critical issue in Earth Science and Society
Room 8 ESD
Chaired by: Dr. Sergio Cappucci, Prof. Vincenzo Pascucci and Martin Gibling
1:30pm The timing of key events in the human modification of rivers since the latest Pleistocene
Dr. Martin Gibling
1:45pm Deducing human impact on the environment via sedimentary DNA information from lake Tiefer See NE Germany
Mr. Ebuka Nwosu, Prof. Achim Brauer, Prof. Dirk Wagner, Prof. Susanne Liebner
2:00pm The “bomb-peak” of the 1960’s recognized in a thermal-spring-related “indoor”-travertine of Budapest
Ms. Magdolna Virág, Prof. Andrea Mindszenty, Dr. Mihály Molnár, Dr. Mihály Braun
2:15pm Integrated sedimentological and geochemical approach for the reconstruction of anthropogenic impact in the Augusta Harbor
Dr. Elena Romano, Dr. Luisa Bergamin, Prof. Ian W. Croudace, Dr. Antonella Ausili
2:30pm Cost allocation among polluters: a legal and forensic analysis
Prof. Federico Peres, Dr. Philip Spadaro, Dr. Dennis Farley
2:45pm Anthropogenic Beaches Systems
Prof. Vincenzo Pascucci, Dr. Sergio Cappucci, Dr. Daniele Sechi, Mrs. Giulia Cossu, Dr. Mario De Luca, Dr. Antonio Santonastaso, Prof. Stefano Andreucci
3:00pm COFFEE BREAK (3:00pm – 3:30pm)
3:30pm Massive benthic litter funnelled to deep sea by flash-flood generated hyperpycnal flows
Dr. Martina Pierdomenico, Dr. Daniele Casalbore, Prof. Francesco Chiocci
3:45pm Heavy Metal Pollution of Sediments along the Bioturbation Zone of Southern Laguna Lake, Philippines
Mr. Bertrand Aldous Santillan, Dr. Decibel Eslava, Prof. Maria Victoria Espaldon
4:00pm Session Keynote Talk The 2.6 ka event and the birth of modern coastal systems (NW Sardinia, Mediterranean Sea)
Prof. Stefano Andreucci (Università degli Studi di Cagliari), Dr. Daniele Sechi, Mrs. Giulia Cossu, Dr. Mario De Luca, Dr. Antonio Santonastaso, Prof. Vincenzo Pascucci
4:30pm Climate variabilities and human activities in northern Poland between 1000 B.C.E and 1500 C.E.
Ms. Christin Lindemann, Dr. Florian Ott, Prof. Michał Słowiński, Dr. Markus J. Schwab, Dr. Rik Tjallingii, Dr. Birgit Plessen, Dr. Agnieszka M. Noryśkiewicz, Prof. Mirosław Błaszkiewicz, Prof. Achim Brauer
4:45pm Scouring and Downstream Bed Deformation due to Obstruction of Stream Flow – an Experimental Study with Fine-grained Non- cohesive Sediment Bed
Dr. Susanta Chaudhuri, Mr. Vikas Kumar Das, Prof. Koustuv Debnath
5:00pm Poster Session 10.A Anthropocene: a rising and critical issue in Earth Science and Society
Museo di Arte Classica
Detection of Anthropic Features in Coastal areas
Dr. Emiliana Valentini, Dr. Alessandra Nguyen Xuan, Dr. Sergio Cappucci, Prof. Andrea Taramelli
Sediment transport processes in a mountainous river subaqueous delta and its response to human activities
Dr. Aijun Wang
Reconstruction of hypoxia over the Holocene on the Black Sea shelf: sedimentological and palaeontological tracers
Ms. Alice Matossian, Ms. Sarah Robinet, Ms. Audrey Plante, Dr. Arthur Capet, Prof. Marilaure Grégoire, Prof. Lei Chou, Prof. Nathalie Fagel
MAREGOT Project: a methodology for the sedimentary coastal balance by IDRAIM protocol and software YES.
Dr. Salvatore Larosa, Dr. Giuseppe Cianflone, Dr. Rocco Dominici, Prof. Rosanna De Rosa, Dr. Carmine Vacca, Dr. Antonio Viscomi, Dr. Luca Mao, Dr. elisabetta benedetti, Dr. Domenico Caracciolo, Dr. riccardo dessi, Dr. Maria Luisa Fercia, Dr. Andrea Lai, Dr. Antonio Lavena, Dr. Roberto Lonis, Dr. Pinuccio Manca, Dr. Egidia Melis, Dr. Francesco Muntoni, Dr. danila patta, Dr. Giuseppe Pisanu, Dr. Giovanni Tilocca
Beached vegetal biomasses and marine litter management on beaches
Dr. Sergio Cappucci, Prof. Vincenzo Pascucci
Late Pleistocene – Holocene paleoenvironments in the Garigliano Plain (Latium-Campania): natural and anthropogenic forcing
Dr. Giuseppe Aiello, Dr. Vincenzo Amato, Prof. Pietro Aucelli, Prof. Diana Barra, Mr. Giuseppe Corrado, Mr. Mario De Iorio, Dr. Paola Di Leo, Mrs. Halinka Di Lorenzo, Prof. Gerardo Pappone, Prof. Paola Petrosino, Ms. Roberta Parisi, Dr. Elda Russo Ermolli, Prof. Marcello Schiattarella
10.B Sediment Management:from science to practice
Blue Room 2
Chaired by: Dr. Sergio Cappucci, Prof. Edward Anthony, Enzo Pranzini, Prof. Victor N. de Jonge, Prof. Giorgio Fontolan and Dr. Paolo Lupino
11:30pm Session Keynote Talk Combatting effects of sediment management on estuarine and coastal ecosystems
Prof. Victor N. de Jonge (The University of Hull), Dr. Ulrike Schückel
12:00pm The shoreface- the missing link in coastal sediment management?
Ms. Klervi Hamon-Kerivel, Prof. Derek Jackson, Dr. Mouncef Sedrati, Prof. Andrew Cooper, Dr. Emilia Guisado Pintado
12:15pm Managing sand flux on a destabilized beach subject to aperiodic mud influence from the Amazon
Mrs. Morgane Jolivet, Prof. Edward Anthony, Dr. Antoine Gardel
12:30pm LUNCH (12:30pm -13:30pm)
1:30pm Sediment budget analysis, critical issues and perspectives for a morphological restoration in a deficit lagoon
Dr. Annelore Bezzi, Dr. Davide Martinucci, Dr. Simone Pillon, Dr. Stefano Sponza, Prof. Marco Petti, Dr. Silvia Bosa, Dr. Sara Pascolo, Dr. Antonella Triches, Dr. Mauro Cosolo, Prof. Giorgio Fontolan
1:45pm Harmonizing and sharing sedimentological data
Dr. Matteo Conti, Dr. Loredana Battaglini, Dr. Silvana D’Angelo, Dr. Andrea Fiorentino
2:00pm Nearshore/shallow marine sediments: “Some examples of nearshore sediment management along Adriatic beaches”
Mr. Stefano Boscolo Cucco
2:15pm “Propositive and positive solutions for small dredging operations by Water Injection dredger”
Mr. Jacques van der Salm
2:30pm Managing marine relict sand deposit under Public licence with systemic re-vision of coastal morphodynamics”
Dr. Diego Paltrinieri
2:45pm High resolution remote sensing for the morphometric, granulometric and mineralogical characterization of marine sedimentary stocks
Dr. Carlo Innocenti, Dr. Emiliana Valentini, Dr. Alessandra Nguyen Xuan, Prof. Andrea Taramelli
5:00pm Poster Session 10.B Sediment Management:from science to practice
Museo di Arte Classica
Dredged Sediments Management: new paradigms of Italian Regulations
Dr. Luciano Butti, Dr. Sergio Cappucci
Modern fine-grained coastal sediments as alternative raw materials for the heavy clay industry – the SEDIBRIC project
Dr. Thomas Gillot, Dr. Isabelle Cojan, Dr. Marie Anne Bruneaux
Environmental monitoring of relict sand dredgings in the Mediterranean Sea
Dr. Daniela Paganelli, Dr. Paola La Valle, Dr. Barbara La Porta, Dr. Loretta Lattanzi, Dr. Monica Targusi, Dr. Alfredo Pazzini, Dr. Raffaele Proietti, Dr. Paolo Lupino, Dr. Sergio Cappucci, Dr. Luisa Nicoletti
Genesis mechanism, characteristics and its sedimentology significance of different occurrence morphology of glauconite
Dr. Qin Zhang, Dr. Xiaohan Mei, Prof. Xiaomin Zhu
Sedimentation at river mouths bounded by coastal structures: case studies along the Emilia-Romagna coastline, Italy
Dr. Edoardo Grottoli, Ms. Silvia Cilli, Prof. Paolo Ciavola, Dr. Clara Armaroli
Use of grain size and mineralogy to understand the spatial distribution of surface sediments in the Khnifiss lagoon (Morocco)
Mr. Ali Tnoumi
A multidisciplinary study of sandy beaches along the Apulian coast (Southern Italy).
Ms. Isabella Lapietra, Dr. Stefania Lisco, Prof. Salvatore Milli, Mr. Nicola Mongelli, Prof. Massimo Moretti, Mr. Giovanni Scardino
Comparing grain-size distribution from digital image analysis on natural and artificial coarse-clastic beaches
Dr. Duccio Bertoni, Prof. Kristina Pikelj, Mr. S. Dean, Prof. Giovanni Sarti, Prof. Arthur Trembanis
Do really typhoons contribute to beach erosion? An example from Haeundae Beach in Busan, Korea
Mr. Young Yun Lee, Prof. Tae Soo Chang
5:00pm Poster Session 10.C Geodiversity, geoheritage and geotourism and arcaeological sedimentology
Museo di Arte Classica
Chaired by: Lars Erikstad and Prof. Piero Gianolla and Prof. Luisa Sabato and Julien Curie
Telegram-bot as a powerful tool for a small repository of geological samples
Dr. Dmitrii Borisov
A geotouristic trip walking around Quaternary gravelly deltas (Bradanic Trough, Southern Italy)
Prof. Luisa Sabato, Prof. Marcello Tropeano
Matera (southern Italy): the “European (geo-)Capital of Culture 2019”
Prof. Marcello Tropeano, Prof. Vincenzo Festa, Prof. Luisa Sabato, Prof. Domenico Capolongo, Dr. Claudio Ivan Casciano, Dr. Domenico Chiarella, Dr. Salvatore Gallicchio, Prof. Sergio G. Longhitano, Prof. Massimo Moretti, Dr. Marco Petruzzelli, Dr. Luigi Spalluto
STONE Pietre Egizie, a mobile application on ornamental stones of Museo Egizio of Torino
Dr. Anna d’Atri, Prof. Alessandro Borghi, Dr. Francesca Gambino, Prof. Luca Martire, Dr. Gloria Vaggelli, Dr. Denise Valentino
Geomorphology of landforms in metamorphic rocks formed by Cenozoic coal fires in northwestern China
Mr. Bin Chen, Prof. Zhiqiang Shi
Project introduction: Sedimentology, stratigraphy and structural architecture of the Plitvice Lakes National Park
Prof. Borna Lužar-Oberiter, Prof. Uroš Barudžija, Prof. Bojan Matoš, Dr. Igor Vlahović, Dr. Maja Martinuš, Prof. Blanka Cvetko Tešović
Ground deformations in the Pompeii area highlighted by stratigraphical, geo-archaeological and remote sensing investigations
Prof. Maria Rosaria Senatore, Dr. Agostino Meo, Dr. Fabio Matano
The Geoheritage inventory of the UNESCO Dolomites property (northern Italy): project and advances
Dr. Marcello Caggiati, Prof. Piero Gianolla
The geodiversity of Veneto region (Northern Italy) in a new inventory of geosites
Prof. Nereo Preto, Dr. Delio Brentan, Prof. Alberto Carton, Dr. Giorgio Doria, Dr. Fabio Mattiuzzo, Dr. Maria Luisa Perissinotto, Dr. Enrico Schiavon, Dr. Umberto Trivelloni
Late Permian and Early Triassic environments reconstructed from palaeosol profiles from the Central European Basin
Mr. Karol Jewuła, Dr. Wiesław Trela, Dr. Anna Fijałkowska-Mader
Provenance of black and white limestone tesserae used in ancient mosaics in Slovenia
Prof. Andrej Šmuc, Prof. Matej Dolenec, Mrs. Martina Lesar Kikelj, Mrs. Judita Lux, Mr. Miran Pflaum, Prof. Blaž Šeme, Mrs. Bernarda Županek, Prof. Luka Gale, Dr. Sabina Kramar
Landslide-influenced fluviodeltaic successions in Trondheim city centre and effects on the prehistoric settlement, mid Norway
Dr. Louise Hansen, Dr. Anna Petersén
Pietra di Vicenza (lower Oligocene, northern Italy): proposal for designation as Global Heritage Stone Resource
Prof. Nereo Preto, Prof. Marco Brandano, Mr. Paolo Cornale, Prof. Claudio Mazzoli, Ms. Elisa Milizia, Dr. Laura Tomassetti
Valuation of Media Luna sector, Aipe, Colombia as geosite of geological heritage
Dr. Ingrid Natalia Muñoz Quijano, Ms. Maria Fernanda Molina Otero, Mr. Yoan David Manrique Mendoza
Depositional Environments and Climatic Events in the Mesopotamian Plain: the Sumerian Site of Abu Tbeirah
Dr. Luca Forti, Dr. Alessandra Celant, Prof. Franco D’Agostino, Dr. Federico Di Rita, Prof. Donatella Magri, Dr. Ilaria Mazzini, Prof. Salvatore Milli, Dr. Daniel Tentori, Dr. Licia Romano
11.A Sedimentological, stratigraphic and geomorphic record of the evolution of the Tethys ocean related basins
Room Calasso
Chaired by: Dr. Alham Al-langawi, Dr. Mohammed Al-Masrahy and Hanadi Aldoukhi
11:30am Facies and diagenesis of the Apennine Carbonate Platform from Triassic to Upper Cretaceous: a review
Prof. Alessandro Iannace, Dr. Francesco Vinci, Dr. Mariano Parente, Dr. R. De’ Gennaro, Dr. Giuseppina Balassone
11:45am Lithostratigraphic characterization and hydrocarbon potential of the Carboniferous-Permian Unayzah Group across the Arabian Basin
Prof. Fadhil Sadooni, Prof. Hamad Al-Saad
12:00pm Bedform Geomorphology and Sand Drift Direction of the Permian Aeolian Deposits, Saudi Arabia, Implications for Reservoir Development and Prediction
Dr. Mohammed Al-Masrahy
12:15pm Sequence stratigraphy and sedimentary environments of post- glacial transgressive clastic ramps (Early Paleozoic, Middle East)
Mr. Saeed Alshahrani, Prof. Rainer Zuhlke
12:30pm LUNCH (12:30pm -13:30pm)
13:30pm Session Keynote Talk Stratigraphic Pinch-outsin Tithonian Deep Marine Calciturbidites,Saudi Arabia
Dr. Saad Al-Awwad (Saudi Aramco), Dr. Ahmad Al-Ghamdi, Dr. Abdullah Al-Dhubaib
2:00pm Potential structural play within frontal part of Eastern Achara- Trialeti fold-and-thrust belt, Georgia
Mr. Onise Enukidze, Dr. Victor Alania, Dr. David Bluashvili
2:15pm Sequence, facies and sedimentary evolution of Oligocene to Early- Miocene Ghar Formation, Southeast Iraq
Mr. Guosheng Qin, Dr. Youjing Wang, Ms. Xiao Du
2:30pm Neogene-Quaternary evolution of the southern Calabria (southern Italy)
Dr. Vincenzo Tripodi, Dr. Francesco Muto, Prof. Francesco Perri, Prof. Salvatore Critelli
2:45pm Volcanic dust dissolution and reservoir quality of upper Permian in Gaoqing area,Jiyang Depression
Mr. Yelei Wang, Dr. Qiu Longwei
5:00pm Poster Session 11.A Sedimentological, stratigraphic and geomorphic record of the evolution of the Tethys ocean related basins
Museo di Arte Classica
Gas Saturated Sediments and their Expressions in the Black Sea
Dr. Marilena Calarco, Dr. Francesca Zolezzi
Mesozoic tectonic evolution and stretching of the Briançonnais
Ms. Martina Forzese, Prof. Robert W.H. Butler, Prof. Randell Stephenson, Prof. Rosanna Maniscalco
Burial dolomitization of the Shuaiba Formation (lower Cretaceous) in Kuwait
Dr. Alham Al-langawi
Sedimentomorphological changes of Al-Rawdhatain basin, North Kuwait, using GIS techniques
Ms. Nujood Mutlaq, Dr. Adeeba Al-Hurban, Mr. Abdelaziz Mahamat
Modern river sand petrology of the Zagros Suture Zone and the Late Miocene formations northern Iraq
Dr. Ahmed Obaid, Prof. Mark Allen
Middle Jurassic-Early Cretaceous tectono-sedimentary evolution of the South-Iberian Basin (Spain): major paleogeographic changes related to rifting activity
Prof. Marcos Aurell, Dr. Beatriz Bádenas, Dr. Javier Elez, Dr. Marian Fregenal-Martínez, Dr. Nieves Meléndez, Dr. Belén Muñoz-García
Regional unconformity and paleocave reservoir development in carbonate strata: a case study of the Maokou Formation, southern Sichuan Basin, China
Mr. Dancheng Zhu, Prof. Huayao Zou
Petrographic characterization and genesis of the phosphates present in the Oliní Group of the Quebrada Bambucá Section, Colombia
Ms. Sofia Mantilla Salas, Dr. Carlos Sánchez-Quiñónez
Evolution of Platforms and Its Impacts on Reservoirs: A Case Study in Tadong, NW China
Prof. Shen Anjiang, Mr. Zhang You, Dr. Zheng Xingping, Prof. Liang Ting, Dr. Zhu Kedan, Prof. Feng Zihui, Mr. Zhu Mao, Mr. Shao Guanming, Dr. Zhang Shun
Distribution of Recent Surface Deposits of Umm Al-Namil Island, In Kuwait Bay, Using GIS Techniques
Mrs. Afrah Al-Mutairi, Dr. Adeeba Al-Hurban
11.I Organic matter in palaeoenvironmental, palaeogeographical and hydrocarbon exploration research: progress and perspectives
Blue Room 3
Chaired by: Dr. Amalia Spina, Prof. Annette Goetz and Nicoletta Buratti
11:30am Integrated palaeoenvironmental reconstruction based on palynofacies and palynological analyses of the Lashly Formation from Allan Hills, South Victoria Land (Antarctica)
Ms. Valentina Corti, Dr. Amalia Spina, Prof. Gianluca Cornamusini, Prof. Simonetta Cirilli, Mr. Giovanni Pio Liberato, Prof. Franco Maria Talarico
11:45am Geological and Organic Geochemical Characteristics of Potential Gas Source Rocks for Gas Hydrates
Dr. Dongwen Fan, Prof. Zhenquan Lu
12:00pm Sedimentology and diagenetic evolution of tight sandstone reservoirs in terrestrial rift basin—a case study of the third member of the Upper Paleogene Shahejie Formation, Nanpu Sag, Bohai Bay Basin, NE China
Mr. Enze Wang, Prof. Xiongqi Pang
12:15pm Coal facies and hydrocarbon generation potentials of the Paleogene coal-bearing series in Xihu Depression, East China Sea Shelf Basin
Prof. Longyi Shao, Prof. Jinshui Liu, Mr. Shilong Kang, Dr. Wenchao Shen, Dr. Qianyu Zhou, Dr. Lanzhi Qin
12:30pm LUNCH (12:30pm -13:30pm)
1:30pm Thermal maturity and palynofacies assessment of Katian- Hirnatian strata from southern Estonia
Mr. Andrea Sorci, Dr. Amalia Spina, Prof. Olle Hints, Prof. Geoffrey Clayton, Dr. Robbie Goodhue, Prof. Simonetta Cirilli, Prof. Sveva Corrado, Dr. Andrea Schito, Dr. Rosalba Padula
1:45pm Toxic organic-rich sediments from the Ealy Cretaceous anoxic basin in the northeastern Peri-Tethys (Eastern Russian Platform)
Prof. Svetlana Zorina, Mr. Konstantin Nikashin
2:00pm The Cenomanian – Turonian Anoxic Event: geochemical constraints from a section of the Atlantic margin
Dr. Greta Bonacina, Dr. Alessio Sanfilippo, Dr. Elisabetta Previde Massara, Dr. Paolo Scotti, Dr. Paolo Viaggi, Dr. Andrea Piva
2:15pm Sedimentology and palynofacies of the Menilite Beds from Skole Unit (Outer Carphatians): implications for palaeoenvironmental reconstruction
Ms. Anna Filipek, Dr. Leszek Jankowski, Prof. Anna Wysocka, Dr. Marcin Barski
2:30pm Session Keynote Talk Mechanisms and spatiotemporal variations of Late Cretaceous organic matter deposition on the Arabian Shelf
Dr. Dominik Hennhoefer (Khalifa University), Ms. Emina Helja, Dr. Aisha Al Suwaidi, Dr. Thomas Steuber
3:00pm COFFEE BREAK (3:00pm – 3:30pm)
3:30pm Mesozoic paleo-geomorphology characteristics and tectonic setting in the Tabei Uplift Belt of the Tarim Basin
Dr. Gaokui Wu, Prof. Changsong Lin, Mr. Yongfu Liu, Prof. Jingyan Liu, Mr. Xianzhang Yang, Dr. Hao Li, Dr. Jun Jiang
3:45pm New stratigraphic data from pre-Triassic successions in southern Tuscany (Italy) and their importance for palaeogeographic correlations
Dr. Amalia Spina, Prof. Andrea Brogi, Prof. Enrico Capezzuoli, Prof. Simonetta Cirilli, Prof. Domenico Liotta
4:00pm Hydrocarbon inclusion evidence of petroleum accumulation in the Bozhong Sag,China
Mr. Guanhua Li, Prof. Yong Chen
4:15pm Accumulation Pattern of Typical Condensate Gas Reservoirs in Eastern Amu Darya Right Bank
Mr. Yunpeng Shan
4:30pm Petroleum Play Assessment of the Paleogene-Neogene Sequence: A Case Study from the Upper Indus Basin Pakistan
Mr. Nisar Ahmed, Mr. Muhammad Arsalan Badar, Mr. Mubasher Ahmad, Dr. Perveiz Khalid
4:45pm Research on Formation Evolution and Influencing Factors of Organic Pores in Shale
Dr. Qiang Wang
5:00pm Poster Session 11.I Organic matter in palaeoenvironmental, palaeogeographical and hydrocarbon exploration research: progress and perspectives
Museo di Arte Classica
Fossil charcoal within drifted wood of Triassic fluvial sandstones of Allan Hills (Southern Victoria Land, Antarctica): evidences from polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
Ms. Valentina Corti, Prof. Luigi Paolo D’Acqui, Prof. Gianluca Cornamusini, Prof. Luca Calamai, Mr. Giovanni Pio Liberato, Ms. Dalila Pasquini, Prof. Franco Maria Talarico
Description of Reservoir Distribution Characteristics of Qianjiang Formation in the Wangguanghao Fault Zone
Ms. Xiao Chen
Evaluation and prediction of favorable source rocks in source-to- sink system of Palaeogene, Shaleitian – Chengbei uplift
Mr. Yijun Cao, Prof. Huayao Zou
Genesis types and distribution laws of crude oil in Langgu sag, Jizhong sub-basin
Mr. Yijun Cao, Prof. Huayao Zou
Organic matter distribution in the Mozambique Channel: Evidence for widespread oxidation processes in the deep-water domains
Mrs. Martina Torelli, Mrs. Anne Battani, Mr. Danielle Pillot, Mr. Eric Kohler, Mr. Joel Lopes De Azevedo, Mrs. Isabelle Kowalewski, Mr. Christophe Brandily, Mrs. Lucie Pastor, Dr. Gwenael Jouet, Prof. Eric Deville
Characteristics and influencing factors for organic-rich source rocks in shore-shallow lake of the Upper part of the second member of Qiketai Formation in Shengbei Sag, Turpan-Hami Basin
Dr. Yue Feng, Mr. Zhilong Huang
Organic Carbon in Deep-Marine Levees as a Possible Driver of Neoproterozoic Atmospheric and Oceanic Conditions
Ms. Celeste Cunningham, Prof. William Arnott
Effect of paleo sedimentary environment of Saline Lacustrine Basin on organic matter accumulation and preservation , a case study from Dongpu Depression,Bohai Bay Basin, China
Dr. Ling Tang, Prof. Yan Song, Ms. Qianwen Li
Influence of paleoenvironment on organic matter enrichment of lacustrine shale from Sichuan Basin, China
Mr. Meizhou Zhang, Prof. Xiaomin Zhu, Prof. Zhenxue Jiang
Geochemistry and depositional environment of the Miocene Zeit Formation shales in the Red Sea Basin
Dr. Shangru Yang, Prof. Wenzhe Gang, Prof. Gang Gao
Petrologic and Geochemical Characteristics of Marine Sand Strip in the Proterozoic Chuanlinggou Formation of the North China
Dr. Yue Feng, Prof. Chunjiang Wang
Uranium metallogenic models controlled by Mesozoic coal accumulation in northern Ordos Basin
Mr. Yangquan Jiao, Dr. Liqun Wu, Mr. Hui Rong, Ms. Fan Zhang
Paleopedological interpretation of organic matter composition in Early Pleistocene sediments (northeast Caucasus, Russia)
Dr. Ekaterina Stolpnikova, Prof. Natalia Kovaleva
Miocene paleovegetation ecosystem changes in the Mediterranean: biomarker contributions from basinal sediments of Tuscan Apennine
Dr. Aura Cecilia Salocchi, Ms. Julia krawielicki, Prof. Vincenzo Picotti, Dr. Chiara Fioroni, Prof. Daniela Fontana, Prof. Stefano Conti, Prof. Timothy Ian Eglinton
Characteristics of carbonaceous debris and its relations with uranium mineralization in the Shuanglong uranium deposit, China
Ms. Fan Zhang, Mr. Yangquan Jiao
Asymmetric Tectonic Wedges And Sedimentation: Case Study In Chaiwopu basin
Dr. HaoWei Yuan, Prof. ShuPing Chen
Paleoenvironment of source rocks in the Paleocene, Lishui Sag: evidence from biomarkers
Dr. Yang Li, Prof. Jinliang Zhang, Dr. Zhongqiang Sun
How to determine effective source rocks: definition and distribution
Dr. Yang Li, Prof. Jinliang Zhang, Dr. Zhongqiang Sun
11.L Methane-rich fluid expulsion processes and their signatures in marine sediments
Room Calasso
Chaired by: Prof. Daniela Fontana, Dr. Jochen Knies, Dr. Giuliana Panieri and Prof. Rossella Capozzi
3:30pm Session Keynote Talk Depositional controls of seafloor gas seepage in the Southeastern Levant
Dr. Yizhaq Makovsky (University of Haifa), Dr. Or M. Bialik
4:00pm Gas hydrates in the Nile deep-sea fan : a restricted BSR vs widespread fluid venting
Dr. Daniel Praeg, Dr. Daniel Praeg, Dr. Sébastien Migeon, Dr. Jean Mascle, Mr. Nigel Wardell, Prof. Vikram Unnithan, Prof. Marcelo Ketzer, Mr. Adolpho Augustin
4:15pm Geochemical signatures of seepage activity in near-surface sediments of Kveithola trough (NW Barents Sea)
Mr. Matteo Bazzaro, Dr. Nives Ogrinc, Dr. Cinzia De Vittor, Dr. Michele Giani, Dr. Federica Relitti, Dr. Gianpiero Adami, Ms. Elena Pavoni, Dr. Renata Giulia Lucchi
4:30pm Petrography and geochemistry of seep carbonates from the Barents Sea
Dr. T. Himmler, Dr. Tõnu Martma, Dr. Stefan Bünz, Dr. Giuliana Panieri, Dr. Jochen Knies, Dr. Aivo Lepland
4:45pm Preservation of 34S-enriched sulfides in fossil sulfate-methane transition zones: new evidences from the Apennines (Italy)
Dr. Claudio Argentino, Prof. Joel Johnson, Prof. Stefano Conti, Dr. Chiara Fioroni, Prof. Daniela Fontana
5:00pm Poster Session 11.L Methane-rich fluid expulsion processes and their signatures in marine sediments
Museo di Arte Classica
Tracking biogeochemical signatures recorded during migration history of hydrocarbon rich fluids
Dr. Irene Viola, Prof. Rossella Capozzi
Record of light hydrocarbons in the rocks drilled in wells in Central and W Poland
Prof. Katarzyna Jarmolowicz-Szulc
Abnormal Accumulation of Tight Sandstone Gas Reservoirs of Xujiahe Formation in Northwestern Sichuan Basin,China
Ms. Xue ke Wang, Prof. Wei Li, Mr. BenJian Zhang, Mrs. Senqi Pei
A pan-European study addressing knowledge gaps in gas-hydrate assessment: theoretical considerations and practical implications
Dr. Ricardo Leon, Dr. Margaret Stewart, Dr. Andre Burnol, Ms. Carmen Julia Gimenez-Moreno, Dr. Tove Nielsen, Dr. John Hopper, Dr. Isabel Reguera, Dr. Pilar Mata, Dr. Isabelle Thinnon, Dr. Hideo Aochi, Dr. Boris Malyuk, Dr. Christopher Rochelle, Ms. Silvia Cervel, Ms. Elena Nuñez Varela
Gas hydrate studies along Chilean margin
Prof. Ivan Vargas-Cordero, Dr. Umberta Tinivella, Dr. Michela Giustiniani, Ms. Lucia Villar, Dr. Carolina Cárcamo, Dr. Joaquim P. Bento, Ms. Giulia Alessandrini
Gas hydrate-associated carbonates and microbial mats in a Late Miocene seepage system (Piedmont basin, Italy)
Mr. Stefano Giunti, Dr. Marcello Natalicchio, Prof. Francesco Dela Pierre
Cold seeps on thrust-related anticlines: a comparison between fossil systems (Apennines, Italy) and modern counterparts
Dr. Claudio Argentino, Prof. Stefano Conti, Dr. Gareth Crutchley, Dr. Chiara Fioroni, Prof. Daniela Fontana, Prof. Joel Johnson
Characteristics, ability, and origin of shale gas desorption in the southeastern Sichuan Basin, China
Prof. Dongdong Liu, Prof. Zhenxue Jiang, Dr. Xianglu Tang, Prof. Wei Yang
Gas hydrate dissociation induced by sea-level changes: the middle Miocene clathrites of the Apennines (Italy)
Prof. Stefano Conti, Dr. Claudio Argentino, Dr. Chiara Fioroni, Prof. Daniela Fontana
Gas desorption behavior and the controlling factors in Wufeng- Longmaxi shale, Sichuan Basin
Ms. Xiaowei Zheng, Prof. Hamed Sanei
1.A Carbonate producers and Cenozoic platforms
Room 11 ESD
Chaired by: Prof. Daniela Basso, Dr. Valentina Alice Bracchi and Dr. Giovanni Coletti
8:30am Middle and Late Eocene subaerial exposures, a Costa Rican first observation
Dr. Valentin Chesnel, Mr. Erick Rodríguez
8:45am Miocene barnacle facies: a review with examples from the Old World (Italy and France) and the New World (Peru)
Dr. Giovanni Coletti, Dr. Alberto Collareta, Dr. Giulia Bosio, Prof. John Buckeridge
9:00am Miocene carbonates of the Eratosthenes Seamount
Dr. Giovanni Coletti, Prof. Daniela Basso, Prof. Christian Betzler, Prof. Alastair Robertson, Dr. Giulia Bosio, Dr. Akram El Kateb, Prof. Anneleen Foubert, Dr. Aaron Meilijson, Dr. Silvia Spezzaferri
9:15am A new model: Punctuated Chlorozoan Carbonates- biotic response to accretion tectonics and volcanism (Cretaceous- Cenozoic, Mid-America)
Dr. Claudia Baumgartner-Mora, Prof. Peter Oliver Baumgartner, Dr. Goran Andjic
9:30am Session Keynote Talk Cenozoic carbonate factories: global distributional trends of carbonate platforms
Dr. Julien Michel (Aix Marseille Univ, CNRS, IRD, INRA, Coll France), Dr. Alexandre Lettéron, Dr. Cyprien Lanteaume, Prof. Jean Borgomano, Dr. Jeroen Kenter
10:00am
10:30am Facies, architecture and genetic controls of carbonate ramp aprons development.
Prof. Andrea Moscariello, Mr. Disnahir Pinto, Dr. Mauro Agate
10:45am The Pleistocene evolution of algal bioconstructions (reefs and rhodoliths) in the marine terraces of Crotone (Southern Italy).
Dr. Valentina Alice Bracchi, Dr. Ronald Nalin, Prof. Daniela Basso
11:00am Carbonate production by coralline algae and bryozoans in the Early Pleistocene of Castelluccio (Eastern Sicily)
Prof. Antonietta Rosso, Prof. Francesco Sciuto, Prof. Daniela Basso, Prof. Rossana Sanfilippo, Dr. Erlisiana Anzalone, Dr. Emanuela Di Martino, Dr. Jean-George Harmelin, Prof. Elisa Malinverno, Prof. Angela Baldanza
11:15am Assessing coral reef health in North Ari Atoll (Maldives Archipelago) using different indices: Amphistegina Bleaching, FORAM and SEDCON Indices.
Ms. Valentina Beccari, Mrs. Stephanie Stainbank, Prof. Pamela Hallock, Prof. Daniela Basso, Ms. Marine Fau, Dr. Silvia Spezzaferri, Mx. CUSO Maldives Scientific Party
5:00pm Poster Session 1.A Carbonate producers and Cenozoic platforms
Museo di Arte Classica
Reservoir characteristics and main controlling factors of Precambrian Dengying Formation in Northern Sichuan basin, China
Ms. Yaping Wang, Mr. Xingzhi Wang
Larger Benthic Foraminifera, biofacies and organic-rich depositional environment, the Priabonian Sanetsch Formation (Helvetic nappes W-Switzerland)
Prof. Carles Ferrandez-Cañadell, Dr. Claudia Baumgartner-Mora, Prof. Peter Oliver Baumgartner, Prof. Jean-Luc Epard
Microfacies analysis and diagenetic features of Eocene Nummulites perforatus “banks: examples from the Transylvanian Basin, Romania
Dr. Pleș George, Mr. Szabolcs-Attila Kövecsi, Dr. Raluca Bindiu- Haitonic, Dr. Lóránd Silye
Coralline algae abundance in the carbonate factory of the Nummulitic Limestone of the Alpine Foreland Basin
Dr. Giovanni Coletti, Prof. Giovanni Vezzoli, Prof. Marco G. Malusà, Dr. Luca Mariani, Prof. Xiumian Hu
Decapod crustaceans associated with coral reefs from the Lower Eocene (Huesca, Spain): paleoecological implications
Mr. Fernando Ferratges, Prof. Marcos Aurell, Dr. Samuel Zamora
Kuphus beds in an Oligocene carbonate platform (Sierra de la Argüeña, Southeastern Spain): palaeoecological context and relationship with shallowing-upward cycles
Dr. Alice Giannetti, Dr. Santiago Falces-Delgado
Eccentricity-driven δ13C cycles in the Miocene carbonate shelf of the S. Marino Fm (northern Apennines)
Dr. Aura Cecilia Salocchi, Prof. Nereo Preto, Prof. Daniela Fontana
Eustatic control on Messinian Evaporites (Rossano Basin – Southern Italy)
Dr. Mario Borrelli, Prof. Edoardo Perri, Dr. Laurent Gindre-Chanu, Prof. Salvatore Critelli
Formation, transport and deposition of rhodoliths on reefless insular shelves of the Azores volcanic Archipelago, Portugal
Dr. Ana Cristina Rebelo, Dr. Michael W. Rasser, Dr. Markes Johnson, Dr. Ricardo S. Ramalho, Dr. Rui Quartau, Dr. Sérgio P. Ávila
Sedimentology and Diagenesis of Recent Surface Sediments Offshore Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Dr. Mohammad Alsuwaidi, Mr. Mostafa Khorsandi
1.D The carbonate platform record of extreme palaeoenvironmental events
Room Partenone
Chaired by: Dr. Mariano Parente, Dr. Sabrina Amodio and Dr. Helmut Weissert
1:30pm A Tethys-wide crisis of shallow water carbonate production during the Carnian Pluvial Episode (Late Triassic)
Dr. Xin Jin, Prof. Piero Gianolla, Dr. Marco Franceschi, Prof. Zhiqiang Shi, Dr. Marcello Caggiati, Mr. Yixing Du, Prof. Nereo Preto
1:45pm A review of the paleoenvironmental and tectonic evolution of theMt. Giano area (Central Italy)
Dr. Cristina Muraro, Dr. Franco Capotorti
2:00pm Record of the Triassic/Jurassic shallow-water carbonate platform with mangrove-type palaeoenvironments (Albanian Alps)
Dr. Michal Krobicki, Mrs. Jolanta Iwanczuk, Dr. Maria Barbacka, Dr. Bardhyl Muceku
2:15pm Expression of the Toarcian Ocean Anoxic Event (TOAE) in extremely shallow environments from Central Atlas, Morocco
Prof. Thierry Adatte, Mr. Arnaud Ruchat, Dr. Jorge E. Spangenberg
2:30pm Clipped δ13C carbonate platform record and Early Cretaceous oceanic anoxic events, Dinarides, Croatia
Prof. Antun Husinec, Prof. J. Fred Read
2:45pm Shallow Carbonate Platform development and demise during the Early Aptian – Links with OAE 1a (Southern Iberian Palaeomargin – Sierra de Mariola, SE Spain)
Mr. Rafael Martínez, Dr. José Manuel Castro, Dr. Ginés Alfonso de Gea, Dr. Luis M. Nieto, Dr. Pedro A. Ruiz-Ortiz, Dr. Peter W. Skelton
3:00pm COFFEE BREAK (3:00pm – 3:30pm)
3:30pm Session Keynote Talk How healthy carbonate platforms react to extreme paleoenvironmental disturbances – Insights from the Cretaceous Arabian Platform
Prof. Volker Vahrenkamp (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology)
4:00pm Oceanic Anoxic Event 2 (Cenomanian–Turonian) record in the northwestern part of the Adriatic Carbonate Platform (Istria and Kvarner, Croatia) – progress report and future directions
Dr. Vlatko Brčić, Dr. Bosiljka Glumac
4:15pm Palaeocene subaerial exposure surface – the end of the Adriatic Carbonate Platform deposition, island of Brač (Croatia)
Prof. Blanka Cvetko Tešović, Dr. Maja Martinuš, Dr. Igor Vlahović
4:30pm PETM record in an aggrading shallow carbonate ramp succession, Adriatic Carbonate Platform, Slovenia
Mr. Adrijan Košir, Prof. Giovanna Della Porta, Dr. Bogomir Celarc
4:45pm Sapropelic dolomitic marlstones: their early diagenesis and significance
Dr. Daniel Petráš
5:00pm Poster Session 1.D The carbonate platform record of extreme palaeoenvironmental events
Museo di Arte Classica
Geochemical characterization of oolites formed in the early aftermath of mass extinctions
Ms. Ingrid Urban, Dr. Sylvain Richoz
Implications of giant ooids for the carbonate chemistry of Early Triassic oceans
Mr. Xiaowei Li, Prof. Elizabeth Trower, Prof. Daniel Lehrmann, Prof. Marcello Minzoni, Dr. Brian Kelley, Dr. Ellen Schaal, Prof. Meiyi Yu, Prof. Jonathan Payne
Climate-controlled variations in the early dolomitization: A case study from the Middle Triassic Leikoupo Formation, Pengzhou Area, Southwestern China
Mr. Xinya Yu, Prof. Pingping Li
Environmental and biotic changes in a Rhaetian peritidal to mixed carbonate-siliciclastic system (Kössen Formation, Austria)
Mr. Mario De Matteis, Prof. Giovanna Della Porta, Prof. Fabrizio Berra, Mr. Andrea Dimartino
Tethyan carbonate platforms across the T/J boundary: comparison between Panormide Domain (Sicily) and Pelagonian Zone (Greece)
Dr. Simona Todaro, Prof. Fotini Pomoni-Papaioannou, Prof. Pietro Di Stefano, Dr. Vassiliki Kostopoulou, Dr. Adonis Photiades, Dr. Vincenzo Randazzo
Termination of Shallow-water Carbonate Sediments Across the Triassic-Jurassic Boundary in Qiangtang Area, Tibetan Plateau: Ocean Acidification?
Dr. Fan Yi, Prof. Haisheng Yi, Prof. Guoqing Xia, Dr. Gaojie Li
Carbonate ecosystem response between two OAEs: the case of the Apenninic carbonate platform (Italy)
Ms. Mariarosaria Martino, Dr. Sabrina Amodio, Prof. Filippo Barattolo, Prof. Mariano Parente
Chondrodonta-bearing levels in Lower Aptian shallow-water carbonates of the Southern-Central Tethys
Ms. Gabriella Del Viscio, Dr. Gianluca Frijia, Prof. Michele Morsilli, Prof. Renato Posenato, Dr. Klaus Peter Jochum
Carbonate platform demise during OAE 1a: multiproxy evidence for environmental change (western Tethys, southern Spain)
Dr. José Manuel Castro, Dr. María Luisa Quijano, Dr. Ginés Alfonso de Gea, Dr. Concepción Jiménez de Cisneros, Dr. Pedro A. Ruiz-Ortiz, Dr. Emilia Caballero, Dr. Richard Pancost
Record of perturbations in the global carbon cycle during the Aptian from a distal carbonate ramp – High-resolution C-isotope stratigraphy from the Cau-core (Prebetic Zone, Spain)
Dr. José Manuel Castro, Dr. Pedro A. Ruiz-Ortiz, Dr. Roque Aguado, Dr. Ginés Alfonso de Gea, Dr. Ian Jarvis, Dr. Carmen López-Rodríguez, Dr. José Miguel Molina, Dr. Luis M. Nieto, Dr. Richard Pancost, Dr. María Luisa Quijano, Dr. Matias Reolid, Mr. Rafael Martínez, Dr. Marta Rodrigo-Gámiz, Dr. Peter W. Skelton, Dr. Helmut Weissert
Sedimentation environments of Turgay trough (South-Eastern Ural) in UpperCretaceous-Lower Paleogene
Ms. Elena Yakovishina
High-resolution stratigraphy of Late Cretaceous to middle Miocene shallow-water carbonates of central-southern Apennines (Italy)
Ms. Monia Sabbatino, Dr. Lorenzo Consorti, Prof. Stefano Vitale, Prof. Stefano Tavani, Dr. Amerigo Corradetti, Dr. Ilenia Arienzo, Prof. Anna Cipriani, Prof. Mariano Parente
2.A Estuarine systems: from morphodynamics to stratigraphy
Room 1 ESD
Chaired by: Prof. Andrea D’Alpaos, Prof. Massimiliano Ghinassi and Dr. Alvise Finotello
8:30am Paralic environments in the Ediacaran Pound Subgroup, Flinders Ranges, Australia
Dr. William McMahon, Dr. Alex Liu, Prof. Maarten Kleinhans
8:45am Facies analysis, architecture, and depositional model of the tidally-influenced Naturita Formation (Dakota Sandstone)
Mr. Stephen Phillips, Prof. Adrian Hartley, Prof. John Howell
9:00am Delineating depositional ages of marginal-marine sedimentary strata in intracratonic foreland basins: McMurray Formation, Canada
Mr. Lucian Rinke-Hardekopf, Prof. Shahin Dashtgard
9:15am Late-Quaternary evolution of karstic estuaries of the Eastern Adriatic
Prof. Alessandro Fontana, Dr. Igor Felja, Prof. Mladen Juracic, Dr. Annamaria Correggiari, Prof. Vlasta Ćosović, Dr. Sandro Rossato, Prof. Stefano Furlani, Dr. Ilaria Mazzini
9:30am A unifying biogeomorphic mechanism for drainage landscape development
Mr. Roeland C. van de Vijsel, Mr. Jim van Belzen, Prof. Daphne van der Wal, Prof. Tjeerd J. Bouma, Prof. Johan van de Koppel
9:45am Times series analysis of morphological and sediment data in the German Wadden Sea
Dr. Alexander Bartholomae, Mrs. Jasmin Osterloh, Mr. Ruggero Capperucci, Dr. Friederike Bungenstock
10:00am
10:30am Pleistocene-Holocene evolution of a barrier-island system by means of shallow acoustics and multiproxy core data
Mr. Ruggero Capperucci, Dr. Alexander Bartholomae, Dr. Friederike Bungenstock, Mr. Robin Schaumann, Dr. Achim Wehrmann, Dr. Dirk Enters
10:45am 3D depositional architecture and morphodynamic evolution of a micro-tidal point bar (Venice Lagoon, Italy)
Dr. Elena Bellizia, Prof. Massimiliano Ghinassi, Dr. Fantina Madricardo, Dr. Sandra Donnici, Prof. Andrea D’Alpaos
11:00am Three-dimensional flow structure and morphodynamic evolution of tidal meander bends
Dr. Alvise Finotello, Prof. Massimiliano Ghinassi, Prof. Luca Carniello, Dr. Enrica Belluco, Dr. Mattia Pivato, Dr. Laura Tommasini, Prof. Andrea D’Alpaos
11:15am Combining field evidences and forward stratigraphic model to predict 3D geometries of tidal Point Bars
Ms. Marta Cosma, Dr. Na Yan, Prof. Nigel P. Mountney, Prof. Massimiliano Ghinassi, Dr. Luca Colombera, Prof. Andrea D’Alpaos
12:30pm
1:30pm Morphological features, stratal architecture, and dynamics of a salt-marsh meandering channel in the Venice Lagoon (Italy).
Prof. Andrea D’Alpaos, Prof. Massimiliano Ghinassi, Dr. Marta Pastro, Dr. Alvise Finotello, Prof. Marco Marani
1:45pm Backwater control on the dimension and architecture of fluvial- deltaic stratigraphy: From cross bed to bar
Mr. Chenliang Wu, Prof. Jeffrey Nittrouer, Dr. Travis Swanson, Dr. Hongbo Ma, Mr. Eric Barefoot, Prof. Jim Best, Prof. Mead Allison
2:00pm Session Keynote Talk How tides and rivers shape levees and crevasses: Holocene overbank phases of the Old Rhine river, the Netherlands
Dr. Harm Jan Pierik (Utrecht University), Mr. Jelle Moree, Mrs. Lonneke Roelofs, Mr. Marcio Boechat Albernaz), Dr. Antoine Wilbers, Mr. Jasper Leuven, Dr. Tjalling de Haas, Prof. Maarten Kleinhans
2:30pm Fluvial sedimentology underneath river dikes in the Rhine-Meuse delta, The Netherlands: controlling piping potential.
Mr. Tim Winkels, Dr. Esther Stouthamer, Dr. Kim Cohen, Prof. Hans Middelkoop
2:45pm History of Habitat Change due to Sea Level Rise using Benthic Foraminiferal Assemblages, and its Prospects for the Marsh- and Mangrove-fringed Coastline of the Everglades (South Florida, USA)
Dr. Zoe Verlaak, Prof. Laurel Collins
5:00pm Poster Session 2.A Estuarine systems: from morphodynamics to stratigraphy
Museo di Arte Classica
The subsoil of the Burano and Torcello area, Venice lagoon, northern Italy
Dr. Massimo Zecchin, Dr. Luca Baradello, Dr. Roberto Romeo, Dr. Luigi Tosi
Quantifying accommodation space creation and paleoenvironmental shifts through autocompaction: Lower Cretaceous McMurray Formation, Canada
Mr. Lucian Rinke-Hardekopf, Prof. Shahin Dashtgard, Dr. James A. MacEachern
Late Holocene Sedimentary Record of Water-column Conditions of a Coastal Basin: Lake Bafa, Western Turkey
Dr. Ozlem Bulkan, Prof. M.Namık Çağatay
Muddying the waters: Modeling the morphodynamic impact of Paleozoic land plants along the river-estuary-continuum
Ms. Muriel Brückner, Dr. William McMahon, Prof. Maarten Kleinhans
Simulation experiment on the control of waves on delta front sand bodies
Mr. Siyuan Wei, Prof. Zhongbao Liu, Mr. Qingan Zhou
A fine explanation method and its application for the shoreward thick fluvial-estuarine sandstone reservoir architecture
Dr. Zhilei Shang, Ms. Xiangnan Liu, Ms. Shuai Wang, Dr. Laiming Song, Prof. Guangyi Hu
How vegetation affects fluvial pattern and estuarine sedimentation
Prof. Maarten Kleinhans, Dr. William McMahon, Mr. Steven Weisscher, Ms. Muriel Brückner
Evaluation of Holocene sea-level index points for a tidal basin of the East-Frisian barrier-island coast
Dr. Friederike Bungenstock, Dr. Alexander Bartholomä, Mr. Ruggero Capperucci, Dr. Holger Freund, Dr. Martina Karle
Depositional facies and benthic foraminiferal palaeoenvironmental reconstruction of Late-Quaternary successions from Burano Lake (Tyrrhenian Sea)
Ms. Markella Asimina Louvari, Prof. Piero Bellotti, Prof. Adele Bertini, Prof. Gilberto Calderoni, Dr. Paolo Censi Neri, Prof. Lina Davoli, Dr. Maurizio D’Orefice, Prof. Luca Maria Foresi, Dr. Virgilio Frezza, Dr. Domenico Fiorenza, Dr. Letizia Di Bella
Marine-terrestrial transition in the C-shaped Maastritchian ‘Pyrenean‘ embayment
Mr. Manuel Pérez-Pueyo, Dr. Beatriz Bádenas, Dr. Eduardo Puértolas- Pascual, Dr. José Ignacio Canudo
Sedimentary Characteristics And Sand Body Architecture Of The Large Superimposed Shallow-lacustrine Delta
Dr. Ge Chen
Seismic architecture of Vistula River mouth (Southern Baltic, Poland)
Dr. Radosław Wróblewski, Dr. Janusz Dworniczak, Prof. Stanisław Rudowski, Dr. Kazimierz Szefler
Investigation of tidal point bar geometries through bar-brink and thalweg trajectories
Ms. Marta Cosma, Prof. Massimiliano Ghinassi, Prof. Andrea D’Alpaos, Dr. Alvise Finotello
The recent evolution of the Po river delta front: morphodynamical and sedimentological characteristics
Dr. Federica Braga, Prof. Emanuela Molinaroli, Dr. Gian Marco Scarpa, Dr. Giorgia Manfè, Dr. Giuliano Lorenzetti, Dr. Serena De Toffol, Dr. Luca Zaggia
Latest Pleistocene-Holocene evolution of the Volturno coastal plain-delta system (South Italy) at the turnaround of the Last Glacial Maximum
Prof. Daniela Ruberti, Dr. Marco Sacchi, Prof. Fabrizio Pepe, Dr. Marco Vigliotti
Identifying the Danube ria extension during Holocene using multi- proxy analysis and sedimentological signature of river delta front advance
Prof. Alfred Vespremeanu-Stroe, Prof. Florin Pendea, Dr. Laurentiu Tutuiano, Dr. Sabin Rotaru, Dr. Luminita Preoteasa, Prof. Cristian Panaiotu, Dr. Tiberiu Sava, Dr. Florin Zainescu, Dr. Mihaela Dobre, Dr. Dirk Nowacki, Prof. Juergen Wunedrlich
4.B Linking deep water depositional processes, facies and stratigraphy
Room Aula Magna
Chaired by: Dr. Jörg Lang, Dr. Juan Fedele, Dr. David Hoyal, Prof. Roberto Tinterri, Dr. Timothy Demko and Prof. Fabiano Gamberi
3:30pm New bounding surface hierarchy methodology for recognition of supercritical flow bedforms in outcrop
Dr. George Postma, Dr. David Hoyal, Dr. Timothy Demko, Dr. Juan Fedele, Dr. Jörg Lang
3:45pm The flute paradox: linking flute shape and distribution to flow type
Prof. Jeff Peakall, Prof. Jim Best, Dr. Jaco H. Baas, Prof. David Hodgson, Dr. Mike Clare, Prof. Peter Talling, Dr. Robert Dorrell, Dr. Dave Lee
4:00pm Channel lobe transition zone dynamics: a comparison of active and passive margin systems
Dr. Hannah Brooks, Prof. Makoto Ito
4:15pm Longitudinal Stratigraphic Trends in Turbidite Sand Sheets (Cerro Toro Formation, Magallanes Basin, Chile) – Any Implication for Allogenic Cycles?
Mr. Jianan Wu, Prof. Benjamin Kneller
4:30pm Process stratigraphic facies and architecture of Brushy Canyon Formation, Texas: Application of supercritical fan model
Mario Andres Gutierrez, Dr. David Hoyal, Dr. Timothy Demko, Mr. Nathan Lentsch, Dr. Juan Fedele
4:45pm Reevaluating Tanqua Karoo deepwater Fan 3 in a process stratigraphic framework
Mr. Nathan Lentsch, Mr. Greg Robertson, Dr. Timothy Demko, Dr. Juan Fedele, Dr. David Hoyal, Dr. Darren Box
5.B Palaeosols: a treasure chest to understand the sedimentary processes in continental realm
Room 8 ESD
Chaired by: Dr. Giorgio Basilici, Marco Benvenuti, Dr. Isabelle Cojan, Prof. Stefano Carnicelli, Dr. Maria Sol Raigemborn, Dr. Augusto Varela and Dr. Andre Marconato
1:30pm Precambrian lateritic paleosols from Aravalli Supergroup, western Rajasthan: Implications for hot-humid weathering and early life on Earth
Mr. Rohit Kumar, Mrs. Neha Upreti, Mr. Abdul Hameed, Mr. Nandan Kumar, Prof. Pankaj Srivastava
1:45pm Calcisols: precious paleoenvironmental archives of the Oligo- Miocene transition in SE France
Dr. Thomas Gillot, Dr. Isabelle Cojan
2:00 PM Session Keynote Talk Evidence of Ediacaran life on land preserved in the oldest pedogenic siderites
Dr. Maciej Bojanowski (Polish Academy of Sciences), Ms. Magdalena Goryl, Dr. Barbara Kremer, Dr. Beata Marciniak-Maliszewska, Prof. Jan Środoń
2:30pm Palaeocatena in ancient distributive fluvial systems: a sediment- palaeosol approach (Upper Cretaceous, Bauru Basin, Brazil)
Mr. Marcus Vinícius Theodoro Soares, Dr. Giorgio Basilici, Dr. Thiago Marinho, Dr. Agustín Martinelli, Dr. Andre Marconato, Dr. Francisco Abrantes Jr, Mr. Richard Vasconez
2:45pm Climate control on Late Pleistocene paleosols in the Po Basin (northern Italy)
Dr. Luigi Bruno, Dr. Michela Marchi, Ms. Ilaria Bertolini, Mr. Guido Gottardi, Prof. Alessandro Amorosi
3:00pm
3:30pm Exploring the palaeohydrological significance of buried Holocene sediment-soil sequences in the Campine area, NE Belgium
Dr. Koen Beerten, Mr. Koen Hebinck, Mr. Wouter Van der Meer, Dr. Bertrand Leterme, Dr. Laurent Wouters, Mr. Jan Bastiaens, Mr. Miel Schurmans
3:45pm Implications of palaeosols in low net-to-gross fluvial architecture reconstruction: reservoirs analogues from Patagonia and Spain
Dr. Augusto Varela, Mr. Luis Miguel Yeste, Prof. César Viseras, Dr. Fernando García-García
4:00pm Models of pedolithogenesis and soil evolution
Dr. Alexander Alexandrovskiy
4:15pm Pleistocene Loess-Paleosol Sequences in Arid Central Asia: State of Art
Dr. Jiarui Mao, Prof. Xiong Wu
4:30pm Micromorphology of surface soils and Late Pleistocene buried paleosols formed in loess in the arid regions of Eurasia
Dr. Marina Lebedeva, Dr. Alexander Makeev, Ms. Tatiana Romanis, Dr. Alexey Rusakov, Dr. Redzhep Kurbanov, Dr. Tamara Yanina
4:45pm Thick aeolian deposit of loess paleosol sequence in China and its significances of sedimentary environmental analysis
Prof. Xiuming Liu
5:00pm Poster Session 5.B Palaeosols: a treasure chest to understand the sedimentary processes in continental realm
Museo di Arte Classica
The soil record of Holocene environmental change in South Central Siberia (S-E Altai)
Dr. Maria Bronnikova, Dr. A. R. Agatova, Dr. Roman Nepop, Dr. Yu. V. Konoplianikova, Dr. Marina Lebedeva
First Data on the Age of Secondary Carbonate Accumulations in Soils of Baikal Region
Dr. Viktor Golubtsov
Pleistocene-Holocene sedimentary records from Cueva del Milodón, Cueva del Medio and Cueva Chica (Patagonia, Chile)
Mr. Igor Girault, Dr. Dominique Todisco, Dr. Amélie Quiquerez, Dr. Fabiana Martin, Prof. Luis Borrero, Dr. Carole Nehme
Loess-sandy-soil series of Bryansk region (Russia) as an archive of paleoecological information
Prof. Natalia Kovaleva, Dr. Ekaterina Stolpnikova, Prof. Ivan Kovalev
Paleosols in the Piacenzian of the Valdelsa Basin (Central Italy): a sequence-stratigraphic perspective
Prof. Stefano Carnicelli, Dr. Anna Andreetta, Prof. Marco Benvenuti
Pliocene palaeosols of Tuscany provide evidence of contrasting palaeoclimate conditions
Dr. Anna Andreetta, Prof. Stefano Carnicelli, Prof. Marco Benvenuti
Distribution of palaeosols in a mud-prone alluvial system: Esplugafreda Formation, Palaeocene, Catalonia, Spain
Prof. Giorgio Basilici, Mr. Marcus Vinicius Soares, Dr. Luca Colombera, Mr. Oscar Arévalo, Prof. Nigel P. Mountney
Paleopedological evidences of origin and intensification of monsoonal conditions over the Indian sub-continent from early Oligocene fossil soils of the Himalayan Foreland Basin
Mrs. Neha Upreti, Prof. Pankaj Srivastava, Mr. Rohit Kumar, Mr. Abdul Hameed
Aeolian pedogenic characteristics of Tertiary limestone near Port Campbell, Victoria Australia — marine or pedogenic?
Prof. Xiuming Liu
Constraints on the timing of the rain shadow generation related to the Miocene North Patagonian Andean uplift: multiproxy palaeosol evidences
Dr. Joaquin Bucher, Dr. Augusto Varela, Dr. Leandro D’Elia, Dr. Andres Bilmes, Mr. Manuel López, Ms. Micaela García, Dr. Juan Franzese
Paleosols of southern Patagonia as a tool to reconstruct Miocene landscapes
Dr. Maria Sol Raigemborn, Dr. Veronica Krapovickas, Dr. Alejandro Zucol, Dr. Luciano Zapata, Dr. Elisa Beilinson, Ms. Sabrina Lizzoli, Ms. Lucia Martegani
Micromorphology, clay mineralogy and geochemistry of Paleosols of Siwaliks, Himalayan Foreland Basin: Evidence of changing climate during 12Ma-8Ma fluvial sedimentation
Mr. Abdul Hameed, Mrs. Neha Upreti, Mr. Rohit Kumar, Ms. Pooja Yadav, Prof. Pankaj Srivastava
Cenomanian palaeosol from Neuquén Basin Patagonia, Argentina
Ms. Sabrina Lizzoli, Dr. Maria Sol Raigemborn, Dr. Augusto Varela
Sedimentology and tectonic significance of the Late Cretaceous terrestrial red paleosols in the Songliao Basin
Dr. Li Zhang, Prof. Changmin Zhang, Prof. Zhidong Bao, Mr. Luxing Dou, Mr. Dongsheng Zang
On the Origin of Thick Laterite on Deccan Plateau, India
Prof. Xiuming Liu
Morphology of paleosols during Permian-Triassic transition at the Shichuanhe section in Shaanxi province and its paleoclimate implication
Ms. Yingyue Yu, Prof. Jinnan Tong
Late Permian and Early Triassic environments reconstructed from palaeosol profiles from the Central European Basin
Mr. Karol Jewuła, Dr. Wiesław Trela, Dr. Anna Fijałkowska-Mader
Dolomitic palaeosols in a fluvial siliciclastic succession: Šķervelis Formation, Uppermost Famennian to Mississippian, south-west Latvia
Dr. Girts Stinkulis, Dr. Daiga Pipira, Mrs. Lauma Ķeipāne, Dr. Ilze Vircava, Dr. Tõnu Martma
A frosty Cambrian Dawn? Evidence for a late Ediacaran to early Cambrian permafrost surface
Mr. Thomas Vandyk, Prof. Daniel Le Heron, Prof. Yongqing Liu, Prof. Hongwei Kuang, Mr. Xiaoshuai Chen, Mr. Yuchong Wang, Mr. Zhenrui Yang, Dr. Bethan Davies, Prof. Graham Shields, Prof. David Chew
5.E Sedimentary processes, stratal architecture and stratigraphy of alluvial systems
Room Odeion
Chaired by: Prof. Massimiliano Ghinassi, Dr. Luca Colombera, Prof. Christopher Fielding and Dr. Marco Mancini
3:30pm Numerical modelling of vegetated braided planform dynamics
Dr. Guglielmo Stecca, Mr. Davide Fedrizzi, Dr. Murray Hicks, Prof. Guido Zolezzi, Prof. Walter Bertoldi, Mr. Richard Measures, Dr. Michal Tal
3:45pm Is Distinguishing Braided vs. Meandering Rivers a Valid Exercise?
Prof. John Holbrook, Ms. Sarah Allen
4:00pm Session Keynote Talk Why so sceptical? The role of animals in fluvial sediment dynamics
Prof. Stephen Rice (Loughborough University)
4:30pm Facies architecture and heterogeneity of rotational point bars and implications for reservoir characterisation
Dr. Na Yan, Dr. Luca Colombera, Prof. Nigel P. Mountney
4:45pm Basin-wide correlation of fluvial strata and implications for sequence stratigraphy: The Permo-Triassic Central Iberian Basin, Spain
Mr. Maximilian Franzel, Dr. Stuart Jones, Prof. Mark Allen, Prof. Ken McCaffrey, Dr. Neil Meadows, Mr. Tim Morgan
7.A Marine microbialites: a record of bio-sedimentary processes through time
Room Partenone
Chaired by: Dr. Marcello Natalicchio, Prof. Edoardo Perri, Prof. Francesco Dela Pierre, Dr. T. Himmler, Prof. Maurice Tucker and Prof. Ismail Omer Yilmaz
8:30am Microbial Polygons in Evaporitic Environments
Ms. Franziska Blattmann, Prof. Timothy Ian Eglinton, Dr. Negar Haghipour, Prof. Stefano Bernasconi, Dr. Maria Dittrich, Prof. Hamad Al-Saad, Dr. Tomaso Bontognali
8:45am Biomineralization processes in lithifying microbial communities of hypersaline and freshwater environments: new insights
Prof. Edoardo Perri, Dr. Ida Daniela Perrotta, Dr. Mirosław Słowakiewicz, Prof. Maurice Tucker
9:00am Session Keynote Talk The precipitation of calcium carbonate by viruses – the new frontier in sedimentology
Dr. Mirosław Słowakiewicz (University of Warsaw), Dr. Andrzej Borkowski, Mr. Marcin Syczewski, Mr. Filip Owczarek, Dr. Anna Sikora, Mrs. Anna Detman, Prof. Edoardo Perri, Prof. Maurice Tucker
9:30am Microbial-dominated carbonate/evaporitic platform to slope systems during the Messinian Salinity Crisis (Calcare di Base fm, Southern Italy)
Dr. Mario Borrelli, Dr. Laurent Gindre-Chanu, Prof. Edoardo Perri, Prof. Antonio Caruso, Prof. Salvatore Critelli
9:45am Demise of the Jabłonna Reef (Zechstein Limestone) and the onset of gypsum deposition (Wuchiapingian, West Poland)
Prof. Tadeusz Peryt, Dr. Marek Jasionowski, Dr. Pawel Raczynski
10:00am
10:30am Characteristics of Oolites and Their genetic Mechanism of theCambrian Zhangxia Formation in North China
Mr. Yi Liu, Prof. Xuelian You, Mr. Fan Xu
10:45am “Stromatolite” formed by sponges and microbes from the Lower Ordovician Mungok Formation, Yeongwol, Korea
Mr. Hoang Duy Pham, Prof. Jeong-Hyun Lee
11:00am Lower Cretaceous marine microbialites of central Tauride and western Pontide carbonate platforms, Turkey
Prof. Ismail Omer Yilmaz
11:15am Tubotomaculum: a bacterially-mediated polymetallic nodule
Dr. Simone Bernardini, Dr. Anas Abbassi, Prof. Fabio Bellatreccia, Prof. Paola Cipollari, Prof. Domenico Cosentino, Prof. Maddalena del Gallo, Dr. Enrico Mugnaioli, Dr. Armida Sodo, Prof. Mohamed Najib Zaghloul
5:00pm Poster Session 7.A OMarine microbialites: a record of bio-sedimentary processes through time
Museo di Arte Classica
Microbialite vs sponges in cryptic bioconstructions from submarine caves of the Aegean Sea (Eastern Mediterranean)
Dr. Adriano Guido, Prof. Franco Russo, Dr. Vasilis Gerovasileiou, Prof. Antonietta Rosso, Prof. Rossana Sanfilippo, Prof. Eleni Voultsiadou, Prof. Adelaide Mastandrea
Drowning of microbial mounds on the slopes of the Latemar platform (middle Triassic)
Dr. Marco Franceschi, Prof. Nereo Preto, Dr. Marcello Caggiati, Dr. Giovanni Gattolin, Dr. Alberto Riva, Prof. Piero Gianolla
Constraining the affiliation of microbial filaments in Messinian deposits: insights from molecular fossils
Dr. Marcello Natalicchio, Prof. Francesco Dela Pierre, Dr. Daniel Birgel, Prof. Jörn Peckmann
Lithofacies and stratigraphic framework of the Late Neoproterozoic Kharus Formation, Jabal Akhdar, Northern Oman: an outcrop analogue of the coeval subsurface Buah Formation of the Oman Interior Basin
Dr. Mohamed El-Ghali, Dr. Osman Salad Hersi, Dr. Iftikhar Ahmed Abbasi, Ms. Shifa Al Siyabi, Ms. Elham Al Nadabiah, Ms. Sausan Al Oufi, Ms. Hajar Al-Dhuhli, Ms. Iman Al Qassabi
Drowning and survival of isolated carbonate buildups in a fast subsiding setting ( Middle Triassic of the Dolomites, Southern Alps)
Dr. Marcello Caggiati, Prof. Marco Stefani, Dr. Marco Franceschi, Prof. Piero Gianolla
Sedimentary Characteristics and Reservoir Significance of Microbial dolostone in Sinian Qigebrak Formation, Northwest Tarim Basin
Mr. Hanxuan Yang
Cleavage dilation and pervasive calcite veins in phyllites as a sign of microbial activity
Dr. Simone Fabbi, Prof. Massimo Santantonio
Sedimentary processes acting in the hydrothermal area off the Pontine Archipelago (western Mediterranean Sea): Possible Microbialites Growing
Dr. Michela Ingrassia, Dr. Aida Conte, Dr. Letizia Di Bella, Dr. Cristina Perinelli, Prof. Francesco Chiocci, Dr. Eleonora Martorelli
7.B When volcanoes meet the environment
Room 1 ESD
Chaired by: Dr. Andrea Di Capua and Gabor Kereszturi
3:30pm Session Keynote Talk Insights on transport and deposition processes of pyroclastic density currentsfrom large scale experiments
Dr. Roberto Sulpizio (University of Bari)
4:00pm Volcaniclastic deposits of Mt. Taranaki (New Zealand); recording stratovolcano construction from mass flows
Ms. Aliz Zemeny, Prof. Jonathan Procter, Prof. Karoly Nemeth, Prof. Georg Zellmer, Prof. Shane Cronin
4:15pm Draining a volcano: sand composition from the Ofanto river (southern Italy)
Dr. Paola Donato, Prof. Rosanna De Rosa, Dr. Rocco Dominici, Prof. Emilia Le Pera, Mr. Domenico Parise, Mr. Mariano Tenuta
4:30pm Pencil-jointed clays from the Javakheti Volcanic Highland: mineralogy, petrogeochemistry and formation mechanisms, South Georgia
Mr. Miriani Makadze, Prof. Bezhan Tutberidze, Prof. Mariam Akhalkatsishvili, Mr. Davit Makadze
4:45pm Discovery of Triassic-age detrital zircons in Keuper continental deposits: age of Lisowice bone-bearing horizon (Poland)
Dr. Monika Kowal-Linka, Dr. Ewa Krzemińska, Mr. Zbigniew Czupyt
5:00pm Poster Session 7.B When volcanoes meet the environment
Museo di Arte Classica
Effect of palaeomorphology on facies distribution of the Campania Ignimbrite in the northern Campania Plain, southern Italy
Prof. Daniela Ruberti, Dr. Marco Vigliotti
Xenoliths in volcano Shevardeni lavas (Kazbegi neovolcanic center, Greater Caucasus), Georgia
Ms. Ketevan Gabarashvili, Mrs. Manana Togonidze, Mr. Giorgi Vashakidze, Mrs. Manana Kavsadze
Comparative analysis of interflow horizons in Mtkvari/Kura River flood basalts ( Javakheti Volcanic Province), Georgia
Ms. Ketevan Gabarashvili, Mrs. Manana Kavsadze, Mr. Koba Lobzhanidze, Mr. Giorgi Vashakidze, Mr. Miriani Makadze, Ms. Purva Gadpallu
The Vulture volcanic source rocks control on the Apulia beach sands composition (southern Italy)
Dr. Paola Donato, Prof. Rosanna De Rosa, Dr. Marco Delle Rose, Dr. Rocco Dominici, Prof. Emilia Le Pera, Mr. Domenico Parise, Mr. Mariano Tenuta
Roundness study of beach sands from the Campania region and Aeolian Archipelago.
Dr. Consuele Morrone, Prof. Emilia Le Pera, Prof. Kathleen Marsaglia, Prof. Rosanna De Rosa
The use of mineral interfaces in sand-sized volcanic rock fragments to infer durability
Prof. Emilia Le Pera, Dr. Consuele Morrone
A classical sedimentary approach to the study of a subaqueous pyroclastic deposit: the 2002 block and ash flow deposit offshore of the Montserrat Island
Dr. Andrea Di Capua, Dr. Sebastian Watt
Seismically-triggered, syn-sedimentary deformation structure suite in travertine deposits as guide for (paleo)seismic hazard assessment.
Dr. Federica Barilaro, Dr. Roberto de Franco, Prof. Alessandro Michetti, Dr. Andrea Di Capua, Dr. Alberto Villa
The contribution of volcanic processes in the formation of black shale of Western Siberia
Mr. Aleksandr Gavrilov, Dr. Marina Tugarova
A Kind of Neglected Source Rock—Sedimentary Volcanic Dust Tuff
Ms. Chun Yan, Ms. Yuzhen Lyu, Ms. Xueju Lyu, Mr. Quanbin Cao, Mr. Xuefeng Wang, Mr. Hongping Wang, Mr. Dali Shao, Mr. Guohua Zhu
7.C Sedimentary processes on high-latitude continental margins
Blue Room 2
Chaired by: Dr. Renata Giulia Lucchi, Prof. Colm O’Cofaigh, Dr. Robert D. Larter, Prof. Matthias Forwick, Dr. Karsten Gohl and Dr. Florence Colleoni
8:30am The Whales Deep Basin – Houtz and Hayes Bank system (Southeastern Ross Sea, Antarctica): a scenario for Pleistocene continental outer shelf and slope processes evolution
Ms. Elisabetta Olivo, Dr. Laura De Santis, Dr. Phil Bart, Dr. Andrea Bergamasco, Dr. Jenny Gales, Dr. Gualtiero Bohm, Dr. Nigel Wardell, Dr. Florence Colleoni, Dr. Vedrana Kovacevic, Dr. Manuel Bensi, Dr. Michele Rebesco, Dr. Edy Forlin, Dr. Dino Viezzoli, Dr. Giuseppe Cortese, Dr. Robert McKay, Dr. Denise Kulhanek, Dr. and the Expedition 374 Scientists
8:45am Sedimentation processes and paleoenvironments in the Northern Barents Sea during the last deglaciation
Prof. Ivar Murdmaa, Prof. Elena Ivanova
9:00am Sedimentary signatures of ice stream and ice shelf presence offshore of Northeast Greenland during the LGM
Prof. Colm O’Cofaigh, Dr. S. Louise Callard, Dr. Jerry M. Lloyd, Prof. David H. Roberts, Dr. Boris Dorschel
9:15am Meltwater pulses and Heinrich-like events on the NW-Barents Sea (Arctic)
Dr. Renata Giulia Lucchi, Dr. Leonardo Sagnotti, Dr. Chiara Caricchi, Dr. Patrizia Macrì, Ms. Maria Elena Musco, Mr. Nessim DOUSS, Dr. Michele Rebesco, Dr. Angelo Camerlenghi
9:30am Session Keynote Talk Modern ice shelf facies and Early Holocene counterparts in Petermann Fjord and Northern Nares Strait
Dr. Anne Jennings (INSTAAR, University of Colorado), Dr. Brendan Reilly, Prof. John Andrews, Dr. Kelly Hogan, Dr. Maureen Walczak, Dr. Joseph Stoner, Prof. Alan Mix, Prof. Martin Jakobsson
10:00am
10:30am Jan Mayen – Stratigraphic and oceanographic reconstructions for the last 1,200 ka BP
Ms. Marjolaine Sabine, Mr. Guillaume Boisramé, Dr. Frédérique Eynaud, Dr. Sébastien Zaragosi, Dr. Jacques Giraudeau, Dr. Elodie Marches, Ms. Linda Rossignol, Dr. Thierry Garlan
10:45am Shelf-basin geochemical and sedimentary processes in the Arctic Ocean – The sea-ice/brine link
Prof. Claude Hillaire-Marcel, Prof. Anne de Vernal
11:00am Development of push moraines in deeply frozen sediment adjacent to a cold-based glacier in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica
Prof. Sean Fitzsimons, Dr. Jamie Howarth
11:15am The imprint of the Totten Glacier (East Antarctica) and of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet evolution on sedimentary record off the Sabrina Coast
Dr. Federica Donda, Dr. German Leitchenkov, Dr. Roberto Romeo, Dr. Phil O’Brien, Ms. Elisabetta Olivo, Dr. Andrea Caburlotto, Dr. Leanne Armand, Dr. Laura De Santis
5:00pm Poster Session 7.C Sedimentary processes on high-latitude continental margins
Museo di Arte Classica
Sedimentary processes on the Antarctic Peninsula Pacific margin: new geophysical and sediment core data
Dr. Robert D. Larter, Dr. Claus-Dieter Hillenbrand, Dr. Alastair G. C. Graham, Prof. Francisco Javier Hernández-Molina, Dr. Simon Crowhurst, Prof. David A.V. Hodell, Prof. James E. T. Channell, Dr. Chuang Xuan, Dr. Claire S. Allen, Prof. Werner Ehrmann, Dr. Kelly Hogan, Prof. Nick McCave, Ms. Sara Rodrigues, Dr. Maricel Williams, Dr. Karsten Gohl, Dr. Gabriele Uenzelmann-Neben, Dr. Michele Rebesco
Holocene sea-level changes in Antarctic margin and GIA estimation based on paleographical reconstructions
Ms. Ksenia Poleshchuk
Modern sediment distribution and composition in Kongsfjorden, Svalbard
Dr. Leonardo Langone, Dr. Stefano Aliani, Dr. Federico Giglio, Dr. Patrizia Giordano, Dr. Tommaso Tesi, Dr. Fabrizio Del Bianco, Dr. Stefano Miserocchi
The paleoclimatic record of the Bellsund and Isfjorden sediment drifts on the western side of Svalbard (Arctic): Preliminary results from clay mineral analyses
Mr. Nessim DOUSS, Ms. Maria Elena Musco, Prof. Francesco Princivalle, Dr. Chiara Caricchi, Dr. Renata Giulia Lucchi
High resolution seismo-stratigraphic evidence from the Edisto Inlet fjord, western Ross Sea (Antarctica)
Ms. Francesca Battaglia, Dr. Luca Baradello, Dr. Laura De Santis, Mr. Emiliano Gordini, Dr. Chiara Sauli, Dr. Vedrana Kovacevic, Dr. Danilo Morelli, Dr. Leonardo Langone, Dr. Gualtiero Bohm, Dr. Ester Colizza, Dr. Florence Colleoni, Dr. Michele Rebesco, Dr. Daniela Accetella
The STREAM project: Late Quaternary evolution of the ocean-ice sheet interactions (Ross Sea – Antarctica)
Dr. Ester Colizza, Prof. Boo-Keun Khim, Dr. Paola Del Carlo, Dr. Laura De Santis, Dr. Federico Giglio, Dr. Sangbeom Ha, Dr. Jong Kuk Hong, Dr. Sunghan Kim, Dr. Sookwan Kim, Dr. Jae Ll Lee, Dr. Min Kyung Lee, Dr. Patrizia Macrì, Dr. Romana Melis, Dr. Stefano Prato, Prof. Franco Maria Talarico, Dr. Fiorenza Torricella
Relief preservation of a polar deep-sea channel system: the INBIS Channel (NW Barents Sea, Arctic)
Dr. Leonardo Rui, Dr. Michele Rebesco, Dr. José Luis Casamor, Prof. Jan Sverre Laberg, Dr. Tom Arne Rydningen, Dr. Andrea Caburlotto, Prof. Matthias Forwick, Dr. Roger Urgeles, Dr. Daniela Accettella, Dr. Renata Giulia Lucchi, Dr. Ivana Delbono, Dr. Mattia Barsanti, Dr. Maurizio Demarte, Prof. Roberta Ivaldi
7.D Integrated approaches to the recognition of contourite depositional systems
Blue Room 1
Chaired by: Dr. Michele Rebesco, Dr. Eleonora Martorelli, Prof. David Van Rooij, Prof. Francisco Javier Hernández-Molina and Giancarlo Davoli
8:30am Upper Cretaceous bottom current deposits, NE Greenland
Dr. Jussi Hovikoski, Prof. Alfred Uchman, Dr. Rikke Weibel, Dr. Henrik Nøhr-Hansen, Dr. Emma Sheldon, Dr. Jens Therkelsen, Dr. Mette Olivarius, Dr. Peter Alsen, Dr. Jørgen Bojesen-Koefoed
8:45am The ODYSSEA Contourite Depositional System. Interpretation of seismic data collected in the Ross Sea (Antarctica).
Mr. Rudy Conte, Dr. Michele Rebesco, Dr. Jenny Gales, Dr. Laura De Santis, Dr. Fabrizio Zgur, Dr. Sookwan Kim, Dr. Daniela Accettella, Ms. Francesca Battaglia, Ms. Elisabetta Olivo, Dr. Vedrana Kovacevic, Dr. Andrea Bergamasco, Dr. Laura De Steur, Dr. Cristian Florindo-Lopez, Dr. Manuel Bensi, Dr. Dino Viezzoli, Dr. Laura Ursella, Dr. Florence Colleoni, Dr. Robert McKay, Dr. Denise Kulhanek, Dr. The Expedition 374 Scientists
9:00am Sedimentary systems as high-resolution archive of energetic dense overflow events – examples from the Baltic Sea and South China Sea
Dr. Wenyan Zhang, Mr. Lucas Porz, Dr. Hui Chen, Dr. Shaoru Yin, Prof. Xinong Xie, Prof. Corinna Schrum
9:15am Deep-water alongslope-downslope depositional systems since the Middle Miocene on the Jianfeng Slope, northern South China Sea
Dr. Hui Chen, Prof. Xinong Xie, Ms. Ya Gao, Mr. Mingmeng Wei
9:30am Novel evidence from the Pliocene-Quaternary succession of the southeastern Gela Basin (Strait of Sicily, Central Mediterranean Sea): onset and evolution of contourite deposits
Mr. Tugdual Gauchery, Dr. Marzia Rovere, Dr. Antonio Cattaneo, Dr. Claudio Pellegrini, Dr. Alessandra Asioli, Dr. Tommaso Tesi, Dr. Elisabetta Campiani, Dr. Fabio Trincardi
9:45am Recognition and preliminary description of a sand-rich contourite outcrop in a forearc basin setting.
Dr. Antonio Grippa, Prof. Vittorio Maselli, Prof. Andrew Hurst, Dr. Vitor Abreu, Dr. Francesca Falzoni, Dr. Giuseppe Palladino
10:00am
10:30am Session Keynote Talk Temporal and spatial variability of mixed turbidite–contourite systems
Dr. Nicole Bayliss (ExxonMobil Upstream Integrated Solutions), Dr. Juan Fedele, Mr. Eric Wildermuth, Mr. Kyle Basler-Reeder, Mr. Samuel Plitzuweit , Dr. Timothy Demko, Dr. David Hoyal
11:00am Depicted global palaeoceanographic changes by the study of contourite depositional systems: an example from the Mozambique Channel
Mr. Antoine Thieblemont, Prof. Francisco Javier Hernández-Molina, Mr. Francois Raisson
11:15am The role of Coriolis forces and Ekman boundary layers in controlling sediment transport in contour currents: Experiments and Theory
Prof. Mathew Wells, Dr. Shahrzad Jazi, Prof. Jeff Peakall, Dr. Robert Dorrell
12:30pm
1:30pm Contourite cyclicity: A case study from the Gulf of Cadiz
Prof. Dorrik Stow, Dr. Zeinab Smillie, Mr. Jiawei Pan, Dr. Clayton Magill, Mr. Jonathan Wilkin, Dr. Onoriode Esegbue, Prof. Thomas Wagner, Ms. Sandra De Castro Santos, Prof. Francisco Javier Hernández-Molina, Dr. Andre Bahr, Dr. Emmanuelle Ducassou, Prof. Francisco Javier Sierro
1:45pm Mediterranean Outflow Water and contourites over two analog climate cycles in the Gulf of Cadiz
Mr. Paul Moal-Darrigade, Dr. Emmanuelle Ducassou, Dr. Jacques Giraudeau, Ms. Viviane Bout-Roumazeilles, Mr. Roger D. Flood
2:00pm Effects of Latest Miocene Mediterranean isolation on Atlantic Neogene basins around the Gulf of Cádiz
Mr. Zhi Lin Ng, Prof. Francisco Javier Hernández-Molina, Ms. Debora Duarte, Prof. Francisco Javier Sierro, Dr. Santiago Ledesma, Dr. Estefania Llave, Dr. Cristina Roque
2:15pm An updated late Quaternary stratigraphic model for the northern Gulf of Cadiz continental margin
Mr. Thomas Mestdagh, Dr. Francisco J. Lobo, Dr. Estefania Llave, Prof. Francisco Javier Hernández-Molina, Prof. David Van Rooij
2:30pm Bottom Currents and Slope Process Interaction in the Algeciras Submarine Canyon (NE Strait of Gibraltar)
Dr. Juan-Tomás Vázquez, Dr. David Casas, Dr. Desirée Palomino, Prof. Belen Alonso, Dr. Gemma Ercilla, Dr. Luis Miguel Fernández-Salas, Dr. Nieves López-González, Dr. Pilar Mata, Dr. José Nespereira, Ms. Mª Olvido Tello, Dr. Patricia Bárcenas Gascon
2:45pm New morphoseismic evidence revealing the respective influence of downslope and alongslope processes (Guadiaro Canyon, NW Alboran Sea)
Dr. Carmen Juan, Prof. Belen Alonso, Dr. Gemma Ercilla, Mr. Ferran Estrada, Dr. David Casas, Dr. Desirée Palomino, Dr. Juan-Tomás Vázquez
3:00pm
3:30pm Quantitative characterisation of contourite deposits using medical CT
Dr. Thomas Vandorpe, Mr. Tim Collart, Prof. Veerle Cnudde, Dr. Susana Lebreiro, Prof. Francisco Javier Hernández-Molina, Prof. Belen Alonso, Dr. Anxo Mena, Ms. Laura Antón, Prof. David Van Rooij
3:45pm Processes that form three carbonate-specific types of contourite drifts
Prof. Gregor Eberli, Prof. Christian Betzler
4:00pm Bottom currents control on cold-water coral mounds development, Santos Basin, Southwestern Atlantic, Brazil
Mr. Fernando Castro, Ms. Marilia Castro, Mr. Cesar Ribeiro, Mr. Esmeraldino Oliveira Jr, Mr. Marco Aurelio Merschmann, Dr. Adriano R. Viana
4:15pm Hiatuses as evidence of bottom current activity on the Ioffe Calcareous Contourite Drift, SW Atlantic
Prof. Elena Ivanova, Dr. Dmitrii Borisov, Prof. Ivar Murdmaa, Dr. Olga Dmitrenko
4:30pm Glacigenic contouritic sediments at the Argentine Continental Margin in deepwater channels and pockmarks
Dr. Graziella Bozzano, Mrs. María Elena Cerredo, Dr. Marcela Remesal, Dr. Till Hanebuth, Dr. Tilmann Schwenk, Mrs. Daniela Spoltore, Mr. José Isola, Dr. Alejandro Tassone, Dr. Roberto Violante
4:45pm Sedimentary processes and oceanographic features around the Bahia Blanca Submarine Canyon System, SW Atlantic
Mrs. Ornella Silvestri, Dr. Roberto Violante, Prof. Alberto Piola, Dr. Graziella Bozzano, Dr. Gemma Ercilla
5:00pm Poster Session 7.D Integrated approaches to the recognition of contourite depositional systems
Museo di Arte Classica
Sedimentary processes at the ODYSSEA Drift (Ross Sea, Antarctica)
Dr. Renata Giulia Lucchi, Dr. Andrea Caburlotto, Dr. Stefano Miserocchi, Dr. Yanguang Liu, Prof. Caterina Morigi, Dr. Davide Persico, Prof. Giuliana Villa, Dr. Aldo Winkler, Dr. Patrizia Macrì, Dr. Leonardo Langone, Dr. Ester Colizza, Mr. Rudy Conte, Dr. Michele Rebesco
New data on the contourites in the Gotland Deep of the Baltic Sea
Dr. Vadim Sivkov, Dr. Dmitrii Borisov, Mrs. Evgenia Dorokhova
Holocene variations in the contour current speed on the Gardar Drift
Dr. Vadim Sivkov, Mrs. Evgenia Dorokhova, Dr. Leyla Bashirova, Dr. Ekaterina Novichkova
Slope morphology resulting from the long – term interplay of alongslope and downslope processes, NE Rockall Trough, NE Atlantic
Dr. Aggeliki Georgiopoulou, Mr. Michael Owens, Prof. Peter Haughton, Mr. Graham Pritchard
Lateral heterogeneities in contourite drifts: Consequences for paleoceanographic interpretations and reservoir characterization
Dr. Alexander Petrovic
Sedimentological analysis of Bottom Current Reworked Sands; IODP U1389 and U1388 sites, Gulf of Cadiz
Ms. Sandra De Castro Santos, Prof. Francisco Javier Hernández- Molina, Prof. Francisco Javier Rodríguez-Tovar, Dr. Estefania Llave, Dr. Anxo Mena
Mediterranean Outflow interaction with the Gulf of Cadìz seafloor: a numerical ocean modelling approach
Dr. Giovanni Fantini, Prof. Claudia Romagnoli, Prof. Nadia Pinardi, Prof. Alfredo Izquierdo
The Southern Contourite Channel (Gulf of Cadiz middle slope): recognition, sedimentary evolution and controlling factors
Dr. Estefania Llave, Prof. Francisco Javier Hernández-Molina, Dr. Marga García, Mr. Wouter de Weger, Mr. Zhi Lin Ng, Ms. Debora Duarte, Ms. Sandra De Castro Santos, Prof. Francisco Javier Sierro
Late Miocene contourite deposits along Gulf of Cádiz and Atlantic margins: evidences of Mediterranean-Atlantic exchange
Mr. Zhi Lin Ng, Ms. Debora Duarte, Prof. Francisco Javier Hernández- Molina, Prof. Francisco Javier Sierro, Dr. Cristina Roque, Dr. Estefania Llave, Prof. Rachel Flecker
Sediments’ properties as evidence for the morphosedimentary evolution of Sines Contourite Drift (SW Iberia)
Mr. Manuel Teixeira, Dr. Cristina Roque, Dr. Pedro Terrinha, Dr. Anxo Mena, Dr. Fátima Abrantes, Dr. Gemma Ercilla, Dr. David Casas, Dr. Pedro Silva, Ms. Roxane Mathey, Dr. Emília Salgueiro
Sediment facies from Alboran contourite drifts (SW Mediterranean): sedimentary models and palaeo-hydrodynamic scenarios for the last 26 ka
Prof. Belen Alonso, Dr. Gemma Ercilla, Dr. Isabel Cacho, Dr. David Casas, Dr. Nieves López-González, Prof. Francisco Javier Rodríguez- Tovar, Dr. Javier Dorador, Dr. Carmen Juan, Dr. Guillermo Frances, Dr. Thomas Vandorpe, Dr. Juan-Tomás Vázquez
Holocene contourite sequences from the upper continental slope off Capo Vaticano (southern Tyrrhenian Sea): a very high resolution record of the modified-LIW
Dr. Eleonora Martorelli, Dr. Alessandro Bosman, Dr. Daniele Casalbore, Prof. Francesco Chiocci, Dr. Aida Conte, Dr. Letizia Di Bella, Dr. Gemma Ercilla, Dr. Federico Falcini, Dr. Virgilio Frezza, Dr. Giovanni Gaglianone, Dr. Biagio Giaccio, Dr. Marco Mancini
Bottom current-controlled Quaternary sedimentation at the base of the Malta escarpment
Dr. Angelo Camerlenghi, Dr. Michele Rebesco, Dr. Vanni Munari, Dr. Renzo Mosetti, Prof. Aaron Micallef, Dr. Lorenzo Facchin, Dr. Daniela Accettella
Mediterranean contourite depositional systems and cold-water corals
Dr. Michele Rebesco, Dr. Marco Taviani
Giant buried sediment mounds on the western Saharan margin (NW Africa): Origin, evolution and paleoceanographic implications
Prof. Wei Li, Dr. Michele Rebesco, Prof. Sebastian Krastel
Seismic architecture of the contouritic Blake Plateau (Northern Bahamas)
Ms. Audrey Recouvreur, Prof. Thierry Mulder, Prof. Christian Betzler, Dr. Thibault Cavailhes, Dr. Hervé Gillet
The Elusive Continental Rise
Dr. David Mosher, Prof. Francisco Javier Hernández-Molina
Deep-sea sedimentation processes of the Northwest Atlantic: the role of contour currents
Dr. David Mosher, Dr. Michele Rebesco, Prof. Jim Gardner, Dr. Calvin Campbell, Dr. David Piper, Dr. Jason Chaytor
Study of the Contourite Drift north of the Kane Gap (eastern equatorial Atlantic)
Dr. Vadim Sivkov, Dr. Leyla Bashirova, Mrs. Evgenia Dorokhova, Mrs. Maria Kapustina, Mrs. Ekaterina Ponomarenko
Sedimentation and bottom currents on the São Paulo Plateau during the last 167 kyr
Mrs. Evgenia Dorokhova, Dr. Ekaterina Ovsepyan, Prof. Ivar Murdmaa
Contourite Recognition Criteria and Implications on Seismic Stratigraphic Interpretations
Mr. Samuel Plitzuweit, Dr. James Macquaker, Mr. John Lien, Dr. Nicole Bayliss, Dr. Juan Fedele, Mr. Mario Gutierrez
Evidences of bottom currents activity on the contourite terraces of the Argentine Passive Continental Margin
Dr. Roberto Violante, Dr. Graziella Bozzano, Dr. Gemma Ercilla, Mrs. Ornella Silvestri, Mrs. Daniela Spoltore
Late Cretaceous hybrid (turbidite-contourite) system on the Argentine Margin: palaeoceanographic and conceptual implications
Ms. Sara Rodrigues, Prof. Francisco Javier Hernández-Molina, Ms. Karyna Rodriguez, Dr. Neil Hodgson
A morphosedimentary characterization of three areas of the Argentine Continental Margin
Mr. Fermín Palma, Mr. Juan Pablo Ormazabal, Mr. José Isola, Dr. Graziella Bozzano, Mrs. Daniela Spoltore, Dr. Alejandro Tassone
Sediment waves in the Northern Argentine Basin (SW Atlantic)
Dr. Dmitrii Borisov, Dr. Dmitry Frey, Dr. Oleg Levchenko
Deep water sedimentary dunes on the Northern Argentine passive margin: characterization and implications
Mr. Adam Kirby, Prof. Francisco Javier Hernández-Molina, Dr. Neil Hodgson, Ms. Karyna Rodriguez
Paleogene contourites in the Morondava Basin, offshore Madagascar: recognition criteria and conceptual implications
Prof. Francisco Javier Hernández-Molina, Mr. Adrien Mernat, Mr. Gabor Tari, Dr. Nicola Scarselli
Contourite drift evolution during the Mesozoic and Cenozoic in the Northern Carnarvon Basin (NW Shelf of Australia)
Mr. Oswaldo Mantilla, Prof. Francisco Javier Hernández-Molina, Dr. Nicola Scarselli
Oceanographic process interaction for contourite feature development: A multidisciplinary approach from the northern South China Sea
Dr. Shaoru Yin, Prof. Francisco Javier Hernández-Molina, Dr. Wenyan Zhang, Prof. Jiabiao Li, Prof. Liaoliang Wang, Prof. Weifeng Ding, Prof. Weiwei Ding
Reversal bottom currents in the gateway of Xisha and Guangle massifs, northwestern South China Sea
Dr. Qiliang Sun, Prof. Xinong Xie, Dr. Yintao Lu
Identification method for logging diagenetic facies of tight sandstone reservoir and its fracturing performance
Ms. Shuwei Ma, Dr. Dazhong Ren, Mr. Dengke Liu
Ancient contourite channels and their sedimentological criteria – Case study from Upper Miocene deposits in the southern Rifian Corridor, Morocco
Mr. Wouter de Weger, Prof. Francisco Javier Hernández-Molina, Mr. Olmo Miguez-Salas, Prof. Francisco Javier Rodríguez-Tovar, Prof. Francisco Javier Sierro, Dr. Domenico Chiarella, Dr. Estefania Llave
Integrated approaches to the recognition of deep-water bottom current deposits from Cyprus
Prof. Francisco Javier Hernández-Molina, Dr. Heiko Huneke, Prof. Francisco Javier Rodríguez-Tovar, Dr. Estefania Llave, Mr. Zhi Lin Ng, Dr. Domenico Chiarella, Dr. Anxo Mena, Prof. Dorrik Stow
Seismic Facies Analysis of the Jurassic Syn-rift Marine Sediments in Eastern Kopet Dagh, NE Iran
Mr. Rooholah Noemani Rad, Prof. Christian Gorini, Dr. Gemma Ercilla, Dr. Damien Do Couto
7.F Subaqueous mass movements and their consequences: from scientific knowledge to geohazard assessment
Blue Room 2
Chaired by: Dr. Daniele Casalbore, Lorena Moscardelli, Dr. Mike Clare, Dr. David Casas and Prof. Francesco Chiocci
1:30pm Session Keynote Talk Submarine mass movements affecting the Almanzora-Alías-Garrucha canyon system (SW Mediterranean).
Dr. David Casas (Instituto Geologico y Minero de España), Dr. Gemma Ercilla, Prof. Belen Alonso, Dr. Mariano Yenes, Dr. Daniele Casalbore, Dr. Jose Nespereira, Mr. Ferran Estrada, Prof. Francesco Chiocci, Dr. Javier Idarraga, Mr. Manuel Teixeira, Dr. Silvia Ceramicola
2:00pm Are powerful turbidity currents always caused by and major external triggers?
Mr. Lewis Bailey, Dr. Mike Clare, Dr. Kurt Rosenberger, Dr. Matthieu Cartigny, Prof. Peter Talling, Dr. Charles Paull, Dr. Roberto Gwiazda, Prof. Daniel Parsons, Dr. Jingping Xu
2:15pm Active dynamics in the S.Elia – Foxi Canyon (Cagliari Basin – Southern Sardinia)
Dr. Antonietta Meleddu, Dr. Luca Giacomo Costamagna, Dr. Giacomo Deiana, Prof. Luciano Lecca, Prof. Paolo Emanuele Orrù
2:30pm Distribution of gas within a Black Sea submarine landslide from AUV sub-bottom profiler data
Mr. Jonathan Ford, Dr. Francesca Zolezzi, Dr. Angelo Camerlenghi
2:45pm Morpho-stratigraphic characterization of the S. Eufemia landslide (Southern Tyrrhenian Sea)
Dr. Daniele Casalbore, Dr. Alessandro Bosman, Dr. Eleonora Martorelli, Prof. Francesco Chiocci
3:00pm
3:30pm A detailed investigation of the submarine landslide trends along the continental slope offshore Israel
Mr. Omri Gadol, Dr. Oded Katz, Dr. Mor Kanari, Dr. Or M. Bialik, Dr. Yizhaq Makovsky
3:45pm Multidisciplinary investigation of seafloor instabilities in the Gulf of Lions, Western Mediterranean
Mr. Shray Badhani, Dr. Antonio Cattaneo, Dr. Bernard Dennielou, Dr. Estelle Leroux, Dr. Gwenael Jouet, Dr. Marina Rabineau, Dr. Laurence Droz
4:00pm Did overpressures develop before the Marques de Pombal mass transport events happened?
Mr. Davide Mencaroni, Dr. Jaume Llopart, Dr. Roger Urgeles, Dr. Eulàlia Gràcia
4:15pm The role of frontal buttress in failure initiation and emplacement style of subaqueous landslides
Ms. Maddalena Sammartini, Dr. Jasper Moernaut, Prof. Achim Kopf, Dr. Sylvie Stegmann, Prof. Flavio S. Anselmetti, Prof. Michael Strasser
4:30pm Rapid-screening of the landslide-tsunami hazard in perialpine lakes
Dr. Michael Strupler, Prof. Flavio S. Anselmetti, Dr. Michael Hilbe, Dr. Katrina Kremer, Prof. Stefan Wiemer
4:45pm Sedimentary Signatures of the Largest Subduction Earthquakes: Japan, Sumatra, and Lombok
Prof. Leonardo Seeber, Prof. Cecilia McHugh, Prof. Troy Rasbury, Prof. Michael Strasser, Dr. Toshiya Kanamatsu, Prof. Ken Ikehara
5:00pm 7.F Poster Session Subaqueous mass movements and their consequences: from scientific knowledge to geohazard assessment
Museo di Arte Classica
Improving submarine mass failure characterization: a new database for the Gulf of Cadiz
Mr. William Meservy, Dr. Roger Urgeles, Dr. Eulàlia Gràcia
Post-Messinian deposits in the western Ionian Basin: Insights into the dynamics of the Zanclean megaflood
Dr. Daniele Spatola, Prof. Sanjeev Gupta, Prof. Aaron Micallef, Dr. Angelo Camerlenghi, Dr. Daniel García-Castellanos, Prof. Marc-André Gutscher, Dr. Claudia Bertoni, Prof. Attilio Sulli
Preliminar stability assessment of the submarine slopes surrounding the Garrucha harbour area (SW Mediterranean)
Dr. José Nespereira, Dr. David Casas, Dr. Mariano Yenes, Dr. Serafín Monterrubio, Dr. Nieves López-González, Dr. Gemma Ercilla, Dr. Pilar Mata, Dr. Juan-Tomás Vázquez, Dr. Patricia Bárcenas Gascon, Dr. Desirée Palomino, Dr. Daniele Casalbore, Ms. Patricia Martñinez, Ms. Norma Pérez, Prof. Belen Alonso, Ms. Natalia Pato
Alboran Contourite (SW Mediterranean). a geotechnical approach for their stability analysis
Dr. Mariano Yenes, Dr. David Casas, Dr. José Nespereira, Dr. Nieves López-González, Dr. Daniele Casalbore, Dr. Serafín Monterrubio, Dr. Gemma Ercilla, Dr. Patricia Bárcenas Gascon, Dr. Desirée Palomino, Ms. Patricia Martñinez, Ms. Norma Pérez, Prof. Belen Alonso
ROV footage and high-resolution bathymetry for understanding the dynamics of the submarine Garrucha-Almanzora canyon systems.
Dr. David Casas, Dr. Maria Azpiroz-Zabala, Dr. Nieves López- González, Dr. Gemma Ercilla, Prof. Belen Alonso, Dr. Pilar Mata, Dr. Patricia Bárcenas Gascon, Mr. Manuel Teixeira, Dr. Javier Idarraga
The western pathway onset for the Canary Volcanic Province’s MTDs
Dr. Ricardo Leon, Dr. Desirée Palomino, Dr. Juan-Tomás Vázquez
Mass transport deposits and geo-hazard assessment in the Bradano Foredeep (Southern Apennines, Ionian Sea)
Dr. Andrea Artoni, Dr. Alina Polonia, Prof. Luigi Torelli, Dr. Luca Gasperini, Dr. Mirko Carlini, Dr. Paola Mussoni
Kinematic of a subaqueous landslide to define the marine geohazard: The Taranto Landslide (northeastern Ionian Sea, Italy)
Dr. Agostino Meo, Prof. Maria Rosaria Senatore
Submarine landslides off Capo Vaticano (Southern Tyrrhenian Sea): examples of different post-failure behavior
Dr. Daniele Casalbore, Dr. Eleonora Martorelli, Dr. Alessandro Bosman
ROV video observations on cyclic steps and knickpoints along Gioia and Petrace canyons (Tyrrhenian Sea)
Dr. Martina Pierdomenico, Dr. Daniele Casalbore, Prof. Francesco Chiocci
Dynamics of the Tuaheni Landslide Complex, Hikurangi Margin: insights from high-resolution XCT scan analysis of the IODP 372 Expedition cores
Dr. Morgane Brunet, Dr. Jean-Noël Proust, Dr. Joshu Mountjoy
Laboratory modeling of sliding along submarine slopes: application to the western offshore of Martinique (Lesser Antilles arc)
Dr. Morgane Brunet, Dr. Erwan Hallot, Dr. Thierry Nalpas, Dr. Anne Le Friant, Dr. Georges Boudon, Mr. Jean-Jacques Kermarrec
Occurrence of pop-up structures in the Pleistocene Iwaki submarine landslide, the Pacific coast of Japan
Prof. Hiroyuki Arato, Mr. Paolo Martizzi
Middle Eocene submarine mass-transport deposits of Tbilisi environs (eastern Achara-Trialeti fold-and-thrust belt), Georgia
Ms. Tamar Beridze
Margin instability at the onset of the EARS in Tanzania and impact on the deep-water depositional systems of the western Somali Basin.
Prof. Vittorio Maselli, Dr. David Iacopini, Prof. Cynthia Ebinger, Prof. Dick Kroon
Sticky Coasts: Characterising the role of biological stickiness in modulating erosion in soft sediment cliffs
Ms. Serena L. Teasdale, Dr. Christopher R. Hackney, Prof. Daniel Parsons, Dr. Georgina L. Bennett, Dr. David J. Milan
7.G The sedimentary record of earthquakes, tsunamis, and other extreme/catastrophic events
Room Aula Magna
Chaired by: Prof. Massimo Moretti, Jasper Knight, Mastronuzzi Giuseppe and Andreas Vött
8:30am Session Keynote Talk Resolving the tsunami wave: interpreting palaeotsunami deposits by integrating numerical modelling and sedimentology
Dr. Jon Hill (University of York), Mr. Graham Rush, Mr. Luke Hodson, Prof. Jeff Peakall, Dr. Natasha Barlow, Prof. Roland Gehrels, Prof. David Hodgson
9:00am Soft sediment deformation in fault zones and in seismites characterized by Anisotropy of Magnetic Susceptibility (AMS)
Dr. Tsafrir Levi, Mr. Dan Elhanati, Prof. Ian G. Alsop, Dr. Ran Issachar, Prof. Rami Weinberger, Prof. Shmuel Marco
9:15am The role of incised valleys in coseismic sand liquefaction in Venice during the 1117 earthquake
Prof. Paolo Mozzi, Dr. Sandra Primon, Dr. Giorgia Dalla Santa, Prof. Antonio Galgaro, Dr. Omar Fagarazzi
9:30am Sedimentological features of ancient and present-day seismites
Prof. Massimo Moretti, Dr. Monica Giona Bucci, Prof. Peter Almond, Dr. Martitia Tuttle, Dr. Pilar Villamor
9:45am Soft-sediment deformation structures and related facies associations: Mesoproterozoic Rohtas Limestone, Son valley, central India
Prof. Subir Sarkar, Mr. Sabyasachi Mandal, Dr. Adrita Choudhuri
10:00am
10:30am Genesis and landscape effects of Palaeo-Earthquakes: the natural laboratory from Rocca Busambra and Monte Barracù Geosites (Western Sicily)
Dr. Luca Basilone, Dr. Alessandro Bonfardeci, Dr. Pierangelo Romano, Prof. Attilio Sulli
10:45am A siliciclastic shallow-marine turbidite on the carbonate shelf of the Ordovician Baltoscandian palaeobasin
Dr. Kairi Põldsaar, Dr. Leho Ainsaar, Mrs. Reet Nemliher, Dr. Oive Tinn, Dr. Girts Stinkulis
11:00am Evidence of a regional paleoearthquake during deglaciation interpreted from mass transport deposits, Ontario-Quebec, Canada
Dr. Greg Brooks
11:15am Toarcian MTDs from the Umbria-Sabina Apennines (Central Italy):new sedimentological evidence for synsedimentary tectonics
Ms. Giulia Innamorati, Dr. Angelo Cipriani, Mr. Fabio Massimo Petti, Mr. Costantino Zuccari, Mrs. Maria Concetta Marino
12:30pm
1:30pm Interacting geological hazards in the Sevan Lake basin
Mr. Ara Avagyan, Ms. Seda Avagyan, Mr. Tatul Atalyan
1:45pm Pleistocene successions point at neglected hazards of climate warming
Prof. Tom Van Loon, Prof. Malgorzata Pisarska-Jamrozy
2:00pm Outburst flood-generated sand dunes in south eastern Norway – beyond the aeolian paradigm
Dr. Louise Hansen, Dr. Georgios Tassis, Mr. Fredrik Høgaas
2:15pm Sediment Stratigraphic and Geomorphic Evidence of Large Paleo- earthquakes along the West Coast of Andaman Island
Mr. Afzal Khan
2:30pm Storm coastal flooding assessment during medicane “Zorbas” in south-eastern Sicily
Dr. Giovanni Scicchitano, Mr. Giovanni Scardino, Prof. Carmelo Monaco, Mr. Arcangelo Piscitelli, Mr. Giuseppe Locuratolo, Mr. Francesco De Giosa, Mr. Maurilio Milella, Prof. Giuseppe Antonio Mastronuzzi, Mr. Sebastiano Tarascio
2:45pm Emplacement of large boulders along the southern segment of the Gulf of Cadiz : tsunamis or storms?
Dr. Fida Medina, Prof. Nadia Mhammdi, Mr. Adil Chiguer, Dr. Zaineb Belkhayat, Prof. Anas Emran, Ms. Sofia Hakdaoui
5:00pm Poster Session 7.G The sedimentary record of earthquakes, tsunamis, and other extreme/catastrophic events
Museo di Arte Classica
Tempestites vs. Fluxoturbidites: Transition between the Koldaha Shale and the Chorhat Sandstone, Vindhyan Supergroup
Dr. Adrita Choudhuri, Ms. Indrani Mondal, Mr. Sabyasachi Mandal, Prof. Subir Sarkar
Early Cretaceous synsedimentary tectonics: a comparison between the Central Apennines and the Southern Alps
Dr. Angelo Cipriani
Sedimentological record of syn-rift earthquakes within Permian Barren Measures Formation, Pranhita-Godavari Basin, India.
Mr. Abhirup Saha, Dr. Biplab Bhattacharya
Sedimentological evidence of rift-related seismic activities in a Paleoproterozoic sedimentary succession: the Espanola Formation, lower Huronian Supergroup, Canada
Dr. Mansour Al-Hashim, Dr. Patricia Corcoran
Recognition and genetic analysis of soft sedimentary deformation structures from Ediacaran to Cambrian in the Aksu area (NW Tarim basin, China)
Prof. Bizhu He, Prof. Cunli Jiao, Dr. Zhihui Cai, Dr. Ruohan Liu, Dr. Xiaorui Yun
Soft–Sediment Deformation Structures in the Late Quaternary Lacustrine Sediments at Tashkorgan, Northeastern Pamir, China
Mrs. Lianji Liang, Prof. Xiufu Qiao, Prof. Fuchu Dai, Prof. Hanchao Jiang, Dr. Ning Zhong
Last Deglacial Soft−Sediment Deformation at Shawan on the Eastern Tibetan Plateau and Implications for Deformation Processes and Seismic Magnitudes
Dr. Ning Zhong, Prof. Hanchao Jiang, Prof. Haibing Li, Mrs. Hongyan xu, Dr. Wei Shi, Dr. Siqi Zhang, Dr. Xiaotong Wei
Seismo-depositional sequence consists of earthquake-induced soft-sediment deformation structures (SSDS) in the Wumishan Formation, North China
Mr. Kai Lu, Prof. Zhidong Bao
Ground-penetrating radar (GPR) investigation of Storegga slide tsunami deposits
Ms. Lucy Buck, Prof. Charlie Bristow
Tsunami and flood deposits identified based on stratigraphic features and diatom assemblages
Ms. Shiori Uchiyama, Mr. Junichi Machida, Ms. Yuri Kakubari, Prof. Koichi Hoyanagi
Comparison between 1D and 2D seismic site response of a fault bounded deep narrow valley: insights from the level 3 Seismic Microzonation of Barete municipality (Central Italy)
Dr. Marco Nocentini, Dr. Luca Macerola, Prof. Marco Tallini
An earthquake triggered massive flood in 888 AD on the Nagano Basin, central Japan
Prof. Koichi Hoyanagi, Ms. Shiori Uchiyama
Historical flood records in Millstaettersee (Carinthia, Austria): from systematic identification to calibration with instrumental data
Mr. Marcel Ortler, Mr. Christoph Daxer, Dr. Jyh-Jaan Steven Huang, Prof. Michael Strasser, Dr. Jasper Moernaut
Sedimentary processes into fault-related basins off western Haïti
Dr. Emmanuelle Ducassou, Dr. Sébastien Zaragosi, Dr. Nadine Ellouz- Zimmermann, Mr. Mickael Charpentier, Ms. Priscilla Leclerc, Dr. Youri Hamon, Dr. Remy Deschamps
Volcaniclastic short-term arrangement in an Argentinian retroarc basin: conservative-uniformitarian vs. difficult-to validate catastrophic processes
Mr. Manuel López, Ms. Micaela García, Dr. Joaquín Bucher, Dr. Florencia Milanese, Dr. Leandro D’Elia, Dr. Andres Bilmes, Dr. Maria Sol Raigemborn, Dr. Augusto Varela, Dr. Augusto Rapalini, Dr. Juan Franzese
Holocene palaeoenvironmental changes and rates of sedimentation, of coastal depositional systems, Peloponnese and South Greece
Prof. Pavlos Avramidis
Storm impact coastal flooding: an empirical model for sandy coast
Mr. Giovanni Scardino, Mr. Maurilio Milella, Mr. Arcangelo Piscitelli, Prof. François Sabatier, Mr. Francesco De Giosa, Prof. Giuseppe Antonio Mastronuzzi
Large wave-flume experiments on preservation potential of storm activities in beach deposits
Prof. Tae Soo Chang, Prof. Kideok Do, Prof. Sungwon Shin
Distinctive sedimentary approaches of AD 1755 Lisbon tsunami deposits in Western Portugal
Mrs. Mihaela Tudor, Mrs. Ana Ramos-Pereira, Mr. Pedro J.M. Costa
Criteria to discriminate coarse-grained paleotsunamites from storm deposits: an integrated study of a lacustrine boulder conglomerate
Mr. Soma Budai, Dr. Imre Magyar, Dr. László Fodor, Dr. Orsolya Sztanó
The sedimentary features influencing the occurrence and spatial variability of seismites (Gargano Promontory, southern Italy)
Prof. Michele Morsilli, Dr. Monica Giona Bucci, Dr. Stefania Lisco, Prof. Massimo Moretti
7.H Recent insights and outstanding questions in planetary sedimentary geology
Room 8 ESD
Chaired by: Dr. Francesco Salese, Dr. William McMahon, Prof. Maarten Kleinhans and Dr. Nicolas Mangold
8:30am Mars 2020 in Jezero Crater: Seeking Signs of Life in an Ancient Martian Delta
Dr. Kathryn Stack, Prof. Kenneth Farley, Dr. Kenneth Williford, Mx. * Mars 2020 Science Team
8:45am Lithostratigraphy across several craters containing interior layered deposits within Arabia Terra by comparing thickening and thinning sequences of their layering
Mr. Gene Schmidt, Dr. Monica Pondrelli, Dr. Francesco Salese, Dr. Frank Fueten, Dr. Angelo Pio Rossi, Dr. Laetitia Le Deit
9:00am Groundwater control and process variability on the Equatorial Layered Deposits of Kotido crater, Mars
Dr. Monica Pondrelli, Dr. Angelo Pio Rossi, Dr. Laetitia Le Deit, Mr. Gene Schmidt, Dr. Riccardo Pozzobon, Dr. Ernst Hauber, Dr. Francesco Salese
9:15am First evidence for bright-toned megaripple migration on Mars
Dr. Simone Silvestro, Dr. Matt Chojnacki, Dr. David Vaz, Dr. Marco Cardinale, Dr. Francesca Esposito
9:30am Descending into the “snowball”: Improving interpretations of Tonian and Cryogenian
palaeoenvironments with detailed sedimentology
Ms. Georgina Virgo, Dr. Kathryn Amos, Prof. Alan Collins, Dr. Juraj Farkas, Mr. Jarred Lloyd
9:45am On the reconstruction of compound bedforms from ancient aeolian strata, Gale crater, Mars
Dr. Steven Banham, Prof. Sanjeev Gupta, Dr. Dave Rubin, Dr. Kenneth Edgett, Mr. Jason Van Beek, Dr. Jessica Watkins, Dr. Lauren Edgar, Prof. Christopher Fedo, Dr. Ashwin Vasavada
10:00am
10:30am Session Keynote Talk Stratigraphy, Sedimentology, and Diagenesis of a Martian Lacustrine Deposit, Murray Formation, Gale Crater, Mars
Prof. Sanjeev Gupta (Imperial College of London), Prof. John Grotzinger, Dr. Lauren Edgar, Prof. Christopher Fedo, Prof. Woodward Fischer, Dr. Abigail Fraeman, Prof. Joel Hurowitz, Prof. Michael Lamb, Dr. Nicolas Mangold, Prof. Scott McLennan, Prof. Ralph Milliken, Dr. Elizabeth Rampe, Prof. Juergen Schieber, Dr. Kirsten Siebach, Prof. Dawn Sumner, Dr. Kathryn Stack, Mr. Nathan Stein, Dr. Ashwin Vasavada
11:00am Composition Of Diagenetic Features Analysed in Sedimentary Rocks At Gale Crater, Mars, Using Chemcam Onboard Curiosity Rover
Dr. Nicolas Mangold, Dr. Jonas L’Haridon, Dr. Olivier Forni, Dr. Pierre- Yves Meslin, Dr. Marion Nachon, Dr. Samuel Clegg, Dr. Nicolas Mangold, Dr. Agnés Cousin, Dr. Abigail Fraeman, Dr. Jens Frydevang, Dr. Olivier Gasnault, Dr. Briony Horgan, Prof. Jeffrey Johnson, Dr. Laetitia Le Deit, Dr. Stéphane Le Mouélic, Dr. Sylvestre Maurice, Prof. Horton Newsom, Dr. Susanne Schwenzer, Dr. Roger Wiens
11:15am The Sahara as large-scale Mars analogue
Prof. Gian Gabriele Ori
5:00pm Poster Session 7.H Recent insights and outstanding questions in planetary sedimentary geology
Museo di Arte Classica
Clay deposits in the Jezero paleo-lake on Mars: a study by hydro- morphodynamic modelling
Ms. Lisanne Braat, Prof. Maarten Kleinhans
Pedogenetic processes and age of soil in Margartifer region on Mars using terrestrial analogues
Dr. Anna Chiara Tangari, Prof. Lucia Marinangeli, Prof. Fabio Scarciglia, Dr. Loredana Pompilio, Prof. Eugenio Piluso
Seasonal variations of circular sand transport pathways within Moreux crater, Mars.
Dr. Marco Cardinale, Dr. Riccardo Pozzobon, Dr. Anna Chiara Tangari, Prof. Lucia Marinangeli, Dr. Kirby Runyon, Dr. Maristella Di Primio
Hydrological modeling and minimum lifespan of the Jezero crater delta, Mars
Dr. Francesco Salese, Prof. Maarten Kleinhans, Dr. Nicolas Mangold, Dr. Veronique Ansan, Dr. Tjalling de Haas, Prof. Gilles Dromart
Groundwater evidence within deep Martian basins
Dr. Francesco Salese, Dr. Monica Pondrelli, Dr. Alicia Neesemann, Mr. Gene Schmidt, Prof. Gian Gabriele Ori
A new assessment of the depositional record at Kimberley (Gale Crater, Mars) using Virtual Reality
Dr. Gwénaël CARAVACA, Dr. Nicolas Mangold, Dr. Stéphane Le Mouélic, Dr. Laetitia Le Deit, Dr. Marion Massé
In Situ Instrument for Mars luminescence dating application
Mr. Fabio Coccaro, Mr. Alessio Di Iorio, Prof. Vincenzo Pascucci, Prof. Elizabeth Catlos, Prof. Jose Luis Vasquez-Poletti, Prof. Marcello Coradini, Mr. George A. Danos, Dr. Andres Russu, Prof. Lucia Marinangeli
Layered deposits from the Makgadikgadi Pan (Botswana) as possible analogues of Martian evaporites
Dr. Fulvio Franchi, Dr. Veronica Rossi, Dr. Stefano Vaiani, Mr. Ruaraidh Mackay, Mr. Paolo Malaspina, Prof. Roberto Barbieri
7.I Evaporites on Earth and beyond
Room Odeion
Chaired by: Prof. Stefano Lugli, Maciej Bąbel and Vinicio Manzi
1:30pm The marginal zone of the Middle-Late Famennian Pripyat potash- bearing basin
Dr. Natalia Petrova, Dr. Natalia Denisova, Mr. Aliaksei Kirykovich
1:45pm Sedimentology, stratigraphy and depositional environment of the Cretaceous evaporites of the West African margin, insight from the proximal domain of the South Gabon, Congo and Cabinda area
Dr. Alexandre Pichat, Dr. Laurent Gindre-Chanu, Mr. Vincent Delhaye- prat, Mr. Andrew Pedley
2:00pm The Early Messinian Evaporitic Unit of the Las Minas Basin (SE Spain)
Mr. Victoriano Pineda, Dr. Luis Gibert, Dr. Francisco Javier Gracia Veigas, Dr. Mónica Sánchez-Román, Dr. Jesús Soria
2:15pm Evaporite deposits of Danakil: record of Red Sea transgression and desiccation in the northern Afar.
Mr. Valentin Rime, Mr. Haileyesus Negga, Dr. Afifé El Korh, Mr. Alexandre Salzmann, Mr. Jean-Charles Schaegis, Dr. David Jaramillo- Vogel, Ms. Xenia Haberditz, Prof. Tesfaye Kidane, Dr. Balemwal Atnafu, Prof. Anneleen Foubert
2:30pm Session Keynote Talk Sulfate microbialites. The impact of orgamineralization on saline sediment formation
Dr. M. Esther Sanz-Montero (University Complutense), Mr. Pablo del Buey, Dr. Oscar Cabestrero, Dr. Juan Pablo Rodriguez-Aranda
5:00pm Poster Session 7.I Evaporites on Earth and beyond
Museo di Arte Classica
Linking deformation to karst and sulfate diagenetic evolution from Santana Formation, Araripe Basin, Brazil
Mr. Guilherme Duarte, Mr. Bruno Cesar Araújo, Mr. Flávio Norberto, Dr. Ismar Carvalho, Dr. Leornardo Borghi, Mr. Artur Andrade
Relating brine chemistry to gypsum depositional style in evaporite deposits in the Salar de Llamara, Atacama Desert, Chile
Dr. Amanda Oehlert, Dr. Pamela Reid, Dr. Cecilia DEmergasso, Dr. Alvaro Palma, Dr. Erica Suosaari
Geochemical evidence of Messinian Salinity Crisis in the Adana Basin, southern Turkey
Mr. Erhan Karakus
Mediterranean Reflooding Deciphered from the Sedimentological Evolution of Resedimented Messinian Evaporites: the Balza Soletta Section
Prof. Rosanna Maniscalco, Dr. Claudio Ivan Casciano, Dr. Salvatore Distefano, Dr. Francesco Grossi, Prof. Agata Di Stefano
The Messinian halite deposit in the Crotone basin (Italy): new perspectives from fluid inclusion studies
Dr. Mara Cipriani, Dr. Alessandra Costanzo, Prof. Martin Feely, Dr. Rocco Dominici
Model of facies distribution during initial phases of Zechstein basin development in SW Poland
Mr. Michał Słotwiński, Dr. Stanisław Burliga
Late Kungurian paleogeographic and tectonic environment of the Solikamsk depression (the Middle Uralian foredeep)
Mr. Danil Trapeznikov
Paleoclimatic change across the Primary Lower Gypsum unit recorded by molecular fossils
Mr. Dave Stolwijk, Dr. Marcello Natalicchio, Prof. Francesco Dela Pierre, Dr. Daniel Birgel, Prof. Jörn Peckmann
9.A From sediment generation to sediment routing systems
Room Odeion
Chaired by: Dr. Luca Caracciolo, Prof. David Chew, Prof. Sergio Andò and Dr. Alberto Resentini
8:30am Session Keynote Talk Inherent Biases in Sediment Routing to Deepwater: Concepts and Examples
Prof. Mike Blum (University of Kansas), Dr. Mike Sweet
9:00am Erosion and weathering history in tectonically active mountainous rivers
Mr. Siyi Hu, Prof. Zhigang Zeng
9:15am Linking source and sink: Sedimentary provenance record in the northern South China Sea
Dr. Ce Wang, Dr. Ming Su, Dr. Yaping Lei, Mr. Zhixuan Lin
9:30am Pb isotopic matching of granite clasts in post-orogenic gravel-bed rivers with source plutons
Prof. Peter Haughton, Dr. Shane Tyrrell, Dr. Eszter Badenszki
9:45am The Zambezi River system since the Jurassic: a multitechnique provenance analysis
Mr. Guido Pastore, Prof. Sergio Andò, Dr. Emmanuelle Chanvry, Dr. Massimo Dall’Asta, Prof. Eduardo Garzanti, Prof. Marco G. Malusà, Dr. Alberto Resentini, Prof. Pieter Vermeesch, Prof. Giovanni Vezzoli
10:00am
10:30am Mineralogy and geochronology of Nicobar Fan turbidites (IODP Leg 362): sediment provenance and depositional history.
Dr. Mara Limonta, Prof. Eduardo Garzanti, Prof. Kevin T. Pickering, Prof. Andrew Carter, Dr. Kitty L. Milliken
10:45am Paleodesert provenance variation in the Botucatu Formation, Central Brazil
Mr. Gabriel Bertolini, Prof. Juliana Marques, Prof. Adrian Hartley, Prof. Miguel Basei, Prof. José Frantz
11:00am Allogenic and autogenic controls on the diagenesis of Permo- Triassic sediment of the SE Germanic Basin
Mr. Domenico Ravidà, Dr. Luca Caracciolo, Dr. Saturnina Henares, Prof. Harald Stollhofen
11:15am Tracking the deep-sea fate of terrestrially-derived microplastics: Addressing environmental challenges and exploring sedimentological opportunities with a new globally-widespread tracer
Dr. Mike Clare, Dr. Ian Kane
5:00pm Poster Session 9.A From sediment generation to sediment routing systems
Museo di Arte Classica
Sediment budget over the last deglacial period on the narrow continental shelf, southern central Vietnam: combining subsurface data and stratigraphic modeling
Dr. Viet Dung Bui, Mr. Kieu Nguyen Van
Comprehensive analysis of sediment sources in the Ordos Basin under the guidance of the Earth System Science Research Method – take the Middle Triassic Series Zhifang Formation in the Ordos Basin as an example
Dr. Kailong Feng, Prof. Jingchun Tian, Dr. Ji Teng, Prof. Feng Wang, Dr. Xin Zhang, Prof. Ling Xiao, Prof. Yujuan Lv, Dr. Yitong Yao, Prof. Qinlian Wei, Prof. Mingsheng Zhao
Provenance of Precambrian-age detrital zircons from Mesozoic sedimentary rocks from southern Poland (Opolian Silesia)
Dr. Monika Kowal-Linka, Dr. Ewa Krzemińska, Mr. Zbigniew Czupyt
Provenance of the Lower Cretaceous in the Vientiane Basin, central Laos: Implications for the paleo-drainage
Dr. Licheng Wang
Source-to-Sink Paleogeography reconstruction of Emeishan Large Igneous Province to Upper Yangtze Craton in Late Permian
Dr. Xuetian Wang, Prof. Longyi Shao
Application of channel-belt scaling relationship to Middle Jurassic source-to-sink system in the Saishiteng area of the northern Qaidam Basin, NW China
Dr. Bingqiang Liu, Prof. Longyi Shao, Dr. Xuetian Wang
Volcanological and paleoenvironmental implications of volcanic glass from the Okinawa Trough
Dr. Xue Fang, Prof. Zhigang Zeng
Erosion and weathering history in tectonically active mountainous rivers
Mr. Siyi Hu, Prof. Zhigang Zeng
Detrital zircon U-Pb geochronology of the Marnoso-arenacea Formation, northern Apennines, Italy
Dr. Emily Finzel, Dr. Timothy Demko, Prof. Roberto Tinterri, Dr. Jörg Lang, Mr. Benjamin Howard
Origin of chocolate clays in the Middle and Lower Volga River Valley
Mr. Radik Makshaev
Grain shape parameters using Elliptic Fourier–Principal Component Analysis and its relationship with fluvial transportation
Mr. Yuya Mukaizato, Prof. Tohru Ohta
Characteristics and evolution of the late Permian “source-to-sink” system around the Beisantai Uplift in the Junggar Basin
Dr. Jian Wang, Prof. Yingchang Cao, Prof. Keyu Liu
Paleotectonic reconstruction and sources sediments of the Ust- Belsky mountains territory for the albian-turonian time (Koryak Highland, NE Russia)
Ms. Mariia Gushchina, Mr. Artem Moiseev, Prof. Marianna Tuchkova
The sedimentary interplay between the Almanzora river prodelta and Almanzora/Garrucha canyon system (SW Mediterranean)
Mrs. Maddalena Biancone, Dr. Patricia Bárcenas Gascon, Dr. Nieves López-González, Dr. David Casas, Dr. Pilar Mata, Prof. Belen Alonso, Dr. Gemma Ercilla, Dr. Daniele Casalborne, Dr. Luis Miguel Fernández- Salas
Application of machine learning for the discrimination of tectonic settings using sediment geochemistry
Mr. Hiroki Shimizu, Prof. Tohru Ohta
The provenance analysis of the aluminiferous rock series of Upper Carboniferous-Lower Permian Benxi Formation in southeastern part of North China Block
Mr. Xing Zhou, Prof. Yang Minghui, Prof. Cao Gaoshe
Provenance of Permian glaciogenic deposits in Victoria Land (Antarctica): petrography and geochronology
Mr. Luca Zurli, Prof. Gianluca Cornamusini, Mr. Giovanni Pio Liberato, Prof. Franco Maria Talarico, Prof. Jusun Woo, Ms. Valentina Corti
Siwalik mineralogy and geochemistry in India and sediment recycling
Dr. Sunipa Mandal
Provenance and diagenetic features across the Permo-Triassic boundary in the SE Germanic basin (N Bavaria)
Ms. Meike Janßen, Dr. Luca Caracciolo, Mr. Domenico Ravidà, Prof. Harald Stollhofen
Depositional and compositional controls on diagenesis in Triassic (Buntsandstein) continental deposits of the SE Germanic basin (N Bavaria, Germany).
Mr. Alexander Korthals, Mr. Domenico Ravidà, Dr. Luca Caracciolo, Prof. Harald Stollhofen
External forcing controls on early diagenesis in the Namib Sand Sea (Namibia)
Ms. Diana Hatzenbühler, Dr. Luca Caracciolo, Prof. Harald Stollhofen, Prof. Eduardo Garzanti, Prof. Pieter Vermeesch
1.C Understanding carbonate factories through paleoecological and geochemical signals
Room 11 ESD
Chaired by: Dr. Guillem Mateu Vicens, Prof. Marco Brandano and Juan Ignacio Baceta
8:30am Session Keynote Talk Why do carbonate rocks exist?
Prof. Luis Pomar (Universitat de les Illes Balears), Prof. Pamela Hallock, Dr. Guillem Mateu Vicens
9:00am Carbon and oxygen isotopic signals of late Jurassic microbial micrites (Swiss Jura Mountains)
Dr. Claude Colombié, Dr. Muriel Pacton, Ms. Valentine Schaaff, Dr. Gilles Escarguel
9:15am Jurassic–Cretaceous transition in the Transdanubian Range (Hungary): paleoenvironmental study of the Hárskút and Lókút sections
Mr. Damian Lodowski, Dr. István Főzy, Dr. Ottilia Szives, Dr. Jacek Grabowski
9:30am The upper Lutetian (Eocene) from the Ainsa syncline (Spain): 3D geometric relationships of siliciclastic-carbonate deposits.
Dr. Alexandre Letteron, Mrs. Tiphanie Ribes, Dr. Julien Michel, Dr. Pierre Masse, Prof. Jean Borgomano, Dr. Jeroen Kenter
9:45am Sirachoan carbonate environments in the Ukhta anticline zone, Timan-Pechora basin
Ms. Elena Yakovishina, Mr. Mike Afonin
4:00pm Poster Session 1.C Understanding carbonate factories through paleoecological and geochemical signals
Museo di Arte Classica
Dedolomitization and calcite cementation in Majiagou formation in southeastern Ordos basin, China
Ms. Lihong Liu, Mr. Zhili Du
Relationship between the ooids size and layer structure: A Case Study of the Cambrian oolitic beach, south China
Mr. Qiheng Guo, Prof. Zhenkui Jin
Carbon and Oxygen Stable Isotope Characteristics and Palaeo- ocean Environment in Changxing Formation, Eastern Sichuan
Dr. Peng Qin, Prof. Zhong Dakang, Prof. Zhonggui Hu
Modern to fossil/ tropical to temperate seagrass skeletal assemblages: Insights from Maldivian and Mediterranean case studies
Dr. Laura Tomassetti, Prof. Marco Brandano, Dr. Guillem Mateu Vicens, Dr. Giovanni Gaglianone
Hydrotectonic dolomitization of the Upper Cambrian-Lower Ordovician carbonates in the Tazhong Uplift, NW China: Implications from petrography and geochemistry
Prof. Mingyi Hu, Mrs. Yihui Wu, Dr. Roger Ngia
Key hydrochemistry parameters and toxicity of Ali Sadr world’s largest water cave (Hamadan, Iran)
Ms. Zahra Mohammadi, Dr. Hannes Claes, Mr. Dadgar Mohammadi, Dr. Elvira vassilieva, Prof. Rudy Swennen
Eocene seagrass facies from Jahrum carbonate platforms (SW, Iran)
Mrs. Elham Nafarieh, Prof. Ebrahim Ghasemi-Nejad, Prof. Marco Brandano, Dr. Mohammadali Kavoosi
Using CL-images of sedimentary carbonates as a criterion for the preservation of their Sr-isotopic system
Dr. Irina Vishnevskaia, Dr. Kseniia Vasileva, Mrs. Anastasia Maksimova
Environmental changes in the Lower to Middle Devonian inferred from major and trace elements geochemistry of carbonates
Dr. Daniel Simícek, Prof. Ondřej Bábek, Prof. Jiří Kalvoda
Epiphytic foraminiferal assemblages from Posidonia oceanica meadows of the Western Mediterranean Sea
Dr. Virgilio Frezza, Dr. Giovanni Gaglianone, Dr. Laura Tomassetti
Cretaceous atolls revisited
Dr. Or M. Bialik, Dr. Elias Samankassou
Geochemical Characteristics and Genesis Mechanisms of Ordovician Dolomite in Gucheng Area, East Tarim Basin
Dr. Kedan Zhu, Mr. Zhang You, Prof. Yachun Wang, Ms. Tong Lin
Sedimentary facies and benthic foraminifers from two atolls of Maldivian Archipelago (Indian Ocean)
Dr. Giovanni Gaglianone, Dr. Andrea Benedetti, Prof. Marco Brandano, Dr. Laura Tomassetti, Dr. Guillem Mateu Vicens
Same fate, different environmental conditions: drowning of two Cenozoic platforms in Alpine and Apennine foreland
Mr. Andrea Tomassi, Dr. Laura Tomassetti, Prof. Marco Brandano
Trends in Benthic Foraminiferal Relative Abundance and Diversity: Developing a Proxy for Investigating Paleo-Seagrass Habitats in Mixed Carbonate-Siliciclastic Settings
Ms. Maria Sider, Dr. Susan Richardson
Enigmatic 3-5 meters long vertical tubes in the Turonian deposits of Poland – biotic versus abiotic origin and its implications for the lithification processes
Prof. Zbyszek Remin
1.E 3D modelling of carbonates: techniques and applications at different scales and processes
Room 1 ESD
Chaired by: Dr. Laura Tomassetti, Dr. Marco Franceschi, Dr. Beatriz Bádenas, Sara Tomas and Dr. Jeroen Kenter
2:00pm Recognition and Prediction of Carbonate Reservoirs Based on Brazilian Depth Domain Data
Mr. Liu Hao
2:15pm Importance of paleoenvironment reconstructions in geomodeling with scarce dataset: Cenomanian-Turonian carbonate platform from Northern Algeria
Dr. Arnaud Fournillon, Dr. Stefan Doublet, Dr. Jean-Marc Chautru, Ms. Naima Kherfi, Ms. Zahra Boudjemadi, Mr. Youcef Baba Ali
2:30pm Integrated Reef-shoal Complexes Characterization of Seismic with Geology Modeling: A Case Study in Tarim Basin, NW China
Dr. Ran Xiong
2:45pm Interactions between sediment production and transport in the development of carbonate platforms: Insights from sensitivity analysis of forward modeling of the Great Bank of Guizhou (Early – Middle Triassic), south China
Mr. Xiaowei Li, Dr. Oriol Falivene, Prof. Marcello Minzoni, Prof. Daniel Lehrmann, Prof. John Reijmer, Prof. Michele Morsilli, Prof. Khalid Al- Ramadan, Prof. Meiyi Yu, Prof. Jonathan Payne
3:00 PM Session Keynote Talk Best modeling approaches on a carbonate reservoir, a case study from the Majella Mountain, Central Apennines, Italy
Dr. Fabio Trippetta (Sapienza University of Rome), Mr. Davide Durante, Dr. Lorenzo Lipparini, Mr. Alessandro Romi
4:00pm Poster Session 1.E 3D modelling of carbonates: techniques and applications at different scales and processes
Museo di Arte Classica
Integrated influence of structural position and lithofacies variation on fracture networks in tight carbonate reservoir of Amu Darya Right Bank, Turkmenistan
Dr. Kai Guo, Mr. Leyuan Fan, Ms. Yang Li
Strufacies identification and characterization for the fault- controlled karst carbonate reservoirs in Tahe Oilfield, Tarim basin, China
Mr. Wenbiao Zhang, Mr. Taizhong Duan
Logging Evaluation of Vertical zonation of buried hill in Cambrian Dolostone Reservoir
Mr. Song Wang, Prof. Guiwen Wang, Dr. Jin Lai, Ms. Xiaojiao Pang, Mr. Dong Li, Mr. Shichen Liu
Insights on the prospectivity of “lithiotid” Rotzo Formation from 3D modelling and stratigraphic investigations in the Pasubio area
Mr. Michele Vallati, Dr. Marco Franceschi, Dr. Anna Breda
Testing long-term controls of sedimentary basin architecture in the broken foreland II
Mr. Michele Vallati, Prof. Maria Mutti, Dr. Gerd Winterleitner
Carst: A new carbonate stratigraphic model with integrated machine learning
Dr. Jon Hill
Assessing algal reef (coralligenous) distribution and volume using geomorphometry (Apulian shelf, Italy)
Dr. Fabio Marchese, Dr. Valentina Alice Bracchi, Prof. Daniela Basso, Dr. Alessandra Savini
The interplay of carbonate systems and volcanics: cues from the 3D model of the Sciliar platform (Dolomites, Southern Alps)
Dr. Marcello Caggiati, Dr. Alberto Riva, Mr. Gianluca Berrera, Prof. Piero Gianolla
Insight into the composition of exopolymeric substances (EPS) produced by high Mg-calcite and protodolomite-forming microbes
Dr. Zulfa Aldisi, Dr. Tomaso Bontognali, Prof. Nabil Zouari, Prof. Samir Jaoua, Prof. Hamad Al-Saad, Dr. Maria Dittrich
Climate control over carbonate platform growth in tectonically active basins
Ms. Isabella Masiero, Dr. Peter Burgess, Ms. Lucy Manifold, Dr. Cathy Hollis, Dr. Isabelle Lecomte, Dr. Robert Gawthorpe
REE+Y characteristics of shallow to deep marine carbonates in Gümüşhane (NE Turkey): Application for paleoenvironmental reconstruction
Dr. Merve Ozyurt, Dr. Cathy Hollis
Digital Outcrop Modeling of a carbonate platform using UAV- based photogrammetry. The case of Lastoni di Formin (Italian Dolomites).
Mr. Riccardo Inama, Dr. Niccolò Menegoni, Prof. Cesare Perotti
Pore Types Modeling Workflow Using Multipoint Statistic for Isolated Carbonates Build-Ups in Central Luconia Province
Mrs. Grisel Jiménez
Towards an integrated approach to characterize pore connectivity in continental rift carbonates (Danakil Depression, Ethiopia)
Dr. Max de Kruijf, Mr. Haileyesus Negga, Mr. Jean-Charles Schaegis, Mr. Valentin Rime, Dr. Mónica Sánchez-Román, Dr. John Reijmer, Prof. Anneleen Foubert
2.B Along-strike variability in modern and ancient coastal and shelfal depositional environments
Blue Room 3
Chaired by: Dr. Miquel Poyatos-Moré, Dr. Ernesto Schwarz, Prof. Alessandro Amorosi and Dr. Janok Bhattacharya
8:30am Computing three dimensional variability in deposited grain size mixtures relative to the location of their fluvial supply along a coastline
Dr. Helena van der Vegt, Dr. Joep Storms, Dr. Dirk-Jan Walstra, Mr. Aulia Valencia, Dr. Maria Azpiroz-Zabala
8:45am Database-informed approach to the characterisation of sedimentary architecture of coarse-grained deltas and deltaic successions
Mr. Soma Budai, Dr. Luca Colombera, Prof. Nigel P. Mountney, Dr. Marco Patacci, Prof. William McCaffrey
9:00am The river delta front formation: morphology and evolution of modern depocenters from Danube delta
Dr. Sabin Rotaru, Mr. Livius Popa, Dr. Adrian Stanica, Dr. Cornel Olariu
9:15am Evolution of a single incised valley related to inherited morphology, sea level rise and climate changes during the Holocene (Tirso river, Sardinia, western Mediterranean)
Dr. Giovanni De Falco, Dr. Alfredo Carannante, Prof. Carla De Vais, Dr. Luca Gasperini, Prof. Vincenzo Pascucci, Dr. Ignazio Sanna, Dr. Alessandro Conforti
9:30am Lateral variability in depositional processes and coastal configuration during the Holocene Arno Delta evolution
Dr. Veronica Rossi, Prof. Alessandro Amorosi, Dr. Monica Bini, Dr. Marco Cacciari, Dr. Bruno Campo, Dr. Luca Demurtas, Dr. Serena Giacomelli, Prof. Giovanni Sarti
9:45am Unconventional sub-seismic stratigraphic approach to reveal clinothem boundaries in the mud-prone Holocene Po Delta system
Dr. Bruno Campo, Dr. Luigi Bruno, Ms. Bianca Costagli, Prof. Enrico Dinelli, Dr. Wan Hong, Dr. Irene Sammartino, Dr. Stefano Vaiani, Prof. Alessandro Amorosi
10:00am
11:30am Lateral variabilty of deltaic cycles: challenges in high resolution correlation of time and facies
Dr. Orsolya Sztanó, Dr. Imre Magyar, Mr. Lajos Katona, Dr. Balázs Koroknai
11:45am Internal mouth-bar variability and preservation of interflood beds in a low-accommodation setting (Cretaceous Dakota Group, USA)
Ms. Anna van Yperen, Dr. Miquel Poyatos-Moré, Prof. John Holbrook, Prof. Ivar Midtkandal
12:00pm Evidences of transgression in the Iberian Basin, Spain: environmental evolution of an arid braidplain margin system
Mr. Carlos A. Bueno-Cebollada, Dr. Marian Fregenal-Martínez, Dr. Nieves Meléndez
12:15pm Down-dip and along-strike characterization of shallow-marine strata in a low-gradient basin (Lower Cretaceous, Neuquén, Argentina)
Dr. Ernesto Schwarz, Dr. Gonzalo D. Veiga
12:30pm Session Keynote Talk Time-stratigraphy in point-sourced deltas
Dr. Janok Bhattacharya (McMaster University), Dr. Andrew Miall, Mr. Jeremy Gabriel, Mr. Curtis Ferron, Mr. Nicolas Randazzo
1:00pm
2:00pm Sedimentary architecture of mixed-process mouth bar deposits in the Mulichinco Formation, Neuquén Basin, Argentina
Mr. Arve Rein Nes Sleveland, Prof. Ivar Midtkandal, Dr. Olivier Galland, Prof. Hector Armando Leanza
2:15pm Evidences of preservation of “super embayments” in the Hutton Sandstone
Dr. Valeria Bianchi, Prof. Joan Esterle
2:30pm Strike variability of shelf deltas in Jurassic Lajas Formation, Neuquén Basin, Argentina
Dr. Cornel Olariu, Mrs. Eunsil Jung, Prof. Ronald Steel, Dr. Valentina Rossi
2:45pm Multi-scale influence of topography on depositional architecture of long-term transgressive successions ( Jurassic, Neuquén Basin, Argentina)
Dr. Miquel Poyatos-Moré, Dr. Ernesto Schwarz, Dr. Salvador Boya, Dr. Luz Elena Gomis Cartesio, Prof. Ivar Midtkandal
3:00pm Evolution of an early Permian coarse-grained shoreline along a rift basin margin
Dr. Antoine Dillinger, Dr. Annette George
3:15pm Sedimentology of the ‘nonactualistic’ Middle Ordovician Hawaz Formation in the Murzuq Basin (Libya)
Mr. Marc Gil Ortiz, Dr. Neil McDougall, Dr. Patricia Cabello, Dr. Mariano Marzo, Dr. Emilio Ramos
4:00pm Poster Session 2.B Along-strike variability in modern and ancient coastal and shelfal depositional environments
Museo di Arte Classica
The Middle-Late Quaternary littoral deposits of Western Sicily coastal belt (southern Italy): sedimentology and geomorphology
Dr. Mauro Agate, Prof. Andrea Moscariello, Prof. Cipriano Di Maggio, Dr. Gabriele Lena
Facies properties and provenance of glaciofluvial sediments deposited in the Eastern Adriatic coast (Croatia)
Dr. Adriano Banak, Prof. Borna Lužar-Oberiter, Prof. Kristina Pikelj, Dr. Anita Grizelj, Mr. Danijel Ivanišević
Coastline evolution of the South Caspian Basin documenting repeated lake-level variations during the Early-Pleistocene
Ms. Elisabeth Jorissen, Dr. Hemmo Abels, Dr. Frank Wesselingh, Ms. Vusala Aghayeva, Prof. Wout Krijgsman
Depositional infill patterns of a Neogene fold and thrust belt basin in Offshore Western Greece
Dr. Efthymios Tripsanas, Ms. Aikaterini Stathopoulou, Mr. Abdelrahman Abdelsamad, Dr. Dimitrios Spanos, Mr. Aristotelis Pagoulatos
Sedimentology and stratigraphy of the Eocene to Miocene fill East Pisco basin in the Ica desert (southern Peru)
Prof. Claudio Nicola Di Celma, Prof. Elisa Malinverno, Dr. Pietro Paolo Pierantoni, Prof. Giancarlo Molli, Prof. Giovanni Sarti, Dr. Karen Gariboldi, Dr. Giulia Bosio, Prof. Anna Gioncada, Prof. Igor Villa, Dr. Alberto Collareta, Prof. Walter Landini, Prof. Giovanni Bianucci
Architecture and preservation in the fluvial to marine transition zone of a mixed-process humid-tropical delta: Middle Miocene Lambir Formation, Baram Delta Province, Northwest Borneo
Dr. Daniel Collins, Prof. Howard Johnson, Prof. Christopher Baldwin
Tectonic controls on deposition: delineating geodynamic constrains of western Gondwanaland (Cambrian-Ordovician; Argentina)
Dr. Romain Vaucher, Dr. N. Emilio Vaccari, Dr. Diego Balseiro, Dr. Diego F. Muñoz, Dr. Beatriz G. Waisfeld, Dr. Luis Buatois
Longitudinal vs. transverse facies changes and supply-dominated sequences on a tectonics-shaped ramp (Cenomanian, SE France)
Dr. Claude Colombié, Dr. Stéphane Reboulet, Dr. Fabienne Giraud, Prof. Deconinck Jean-Francois, Dr. Jorge E. Spangenberg
Refining Depositional Interpretations of Fluvial to Estuarine Inclined Heterolithic Stratification Utilizing an Integrated Sedimentological and Ichnological Approach
Ms. Susanne Fietz, Dr. James A. MacEachern
Clinoform reconstruction for the Pilmatué Member (Neuquen Basin): implications for paleobathymetry of an interior sea
Mr. Jerónimo Zuazo, Dr. Ernesto Schwarz, Dr. Gonzalo Veiga
New sedimentological and petrological data on a possible Early Berriasian marine influence in the West Cameros intraplate extensional basin (North Spain)
Prof. Mª Eugenia Arribas, Prof. Jose Arribas, Prof. Ramon Mas, Prof. Laura Gonzalez-Acebron, Mr. Ivan Rodríguez-Barreiro, Mr. Artai Santos, Dr. Uxue Villanueva-Amadoz, Mr. Fidel Torcida, Prof. Bienvenido Diez
Controls on along-strike nearshore variability from coarse- grained carbonates to mixed muds (Kimmeridgian, Iberian Basin)
Dr. Beatriz Bádenas, Prof. Marcos Aurell, Dr. Javier Elez, Dr. Marian Fregenal-Martínez, Dr. Nieves Meléndez, Dr. Belén Muñoz-García
River-dominated, tide-influenced shelf-edge delta systems: coarse-grained deltas straddling the Early-Middle Jurassic shelf- slope break and transforming downslope, Lajas-Los Molles formations, Neuquén Basin, Argentina
Mr. Flávio Norberto de Almeida Júnior, Prof. Ronald Steel, Dr. Cornel Olariu, Ms. Yuqian Gan, Prof. Paulo Sergio Gomes Paim
Sedimentary deposits in submerged areas from the Geological Map of Italy
Dr. Andrea Fiorentino, Dr. Loredana Battaglini, Dr. Silvana D’Angelo
South Costa Rican’s Fila Costeña Cenozoic stratigraphy
Mr. Erick Rodríguez, Dr. Valentin Chesnel
Analysis of depositional systems of Slope-break Belts in the North of the South China Sea
Prof. Shangfeng Zhang, Prof. Changmin Zhang, Mr. Yaning Wang, Mr. Hesheng Shi, Mr. Yanshu Yin, Mr. Rui Zhu, Mr. Xiangyang Li, Mr. Guangming Hu
Differential frequency packages of Tidal deposits and Shoreface deposits and their significances in reservoir quality: A study of cores from two wells GX1 and GX2.
Mrs. Gloria Otosigbo, Mr. Emeka Nzekwe
4.B Linking deep water depositional processes, facies and stratigraphy
(Cont.) Room Aula Magna
Chaired by: Dr. Jörg Lang, Dr. Juan Fedele, Dr. David Hoyal, Prof. Roberto Tinterri, Dr. Timothy Demko and Prof. Fabiano Gamberi
8:30am Session Keynote Talk Flood-dominated fluvial and fluvio-deltaic systems and their relations to marine hyperpycnal sedimentation
Prof. Emiliano Mutti (University of Parma)
9:00am Synsedimentary tectonics and mass wasting events along the Alpine margin in Liassic time
Prof. Ruediger Henrich
9:15am Depositional architecture and evolution of gravity-flow deposits in Lingshan Island (Eastern China): An integrated outcrop- subsurface study
Dr. Tian Yang, Prof. Yiangchang Cao, Prof. Keyu Liu
9:30am Gravity current sedimentary processes and their hydrocarbon implications in the northern South China Sea
Ms. Dongmei Tian, Prof. Jiang Tao
9:45am Deformation-sedimentation feedback mechanisms and the development of anomalously thick turbidite lobes
Dr. Adam McArthur, Ms. Barbara Claussmann, Dr. Julien Bailleul, Mr. Alexander Wunderlich, Prof. William McCaffrey
10:00am
11:30am Grain size distribution in the Mineral Liberation Analyzer (MLA) image and its statistical analysis
Dr. Joanna Pszonka
11:45am Complex Soft-Sediment Deformation Structures and Palaeoenvironment Interpretation of Early Cretaceous Lingshan Island, China
Dr. Zhufu Shao, Prof. Jianhua Zhong, Prof. John Howell, Ms. Zexuan Liu, Dr. Jinlin Liu
12:00pm Lack of hybrid event beds above rugose seafloor topography: low density flows and enhanced turbulence?
Dr. Marco Patacci, Dr. Mattia Marini, Dr. Marco Fonnesu, Prof. Fabrizio Felletti
12:15pm Submarine fan systems: proximal to distal reservoir quality controls
Mr. Abdulwahab Bello, Dr. Stuart Jones, Prof. Jon Gluyas, Dr. Sanem Acikalin, Dr. Matthieu Cartigny
12:30pm Sedimentological and Stratigraphic analysis of an Upper Eocene to Lower Oligocene deep-sea fan: Pindos Foreland Basin, western Greece
Mr. Chrysanthos Mpotziolis, Dr. Angelos Maravelis, Dr. Sofia Kostopoulou, Prof. Avraam Zelilidis
12:45pm The Eocene-Oligocene boundary in Pindos Foreland Basin, western Greece
Dr. Sofia Kostopoulou, Dr. Angelos Maravelis, Mr. Chrysanthos Mpotziolis, Prof. Avraam Zelilidis
1:00pm
2:00pm Modern carbonate slopes from shelf to abysses: example of the Little Bahama Bank
Dr. Kelly Fauquembergue, Dr. Emmanuelle Ducassou, Prof. Thierry Mulder, Ms. Audrey Recouvreur, Mrs. Natacha Fabregas, Dr. Ludivine Chabaud, Dr. Vincent Hanquiez, Mrs. Marie-Claire Perello, Dr. Emmanuelle Poli, Prof. Jean Borgomano
2:15pm Microplastic contamination of the seafloor controlled by deep-sea circulation
Dr. Ian Kane, Dr. Mike Clare, Dr. Elda Miramontes, Dr. James Rothwell, Dr. Pierre Garreau, Mr. Florian Pohl, Prof. Roy Wogelius
2:30pm Experimental analysis of dune development under steady and unsteady saline density currents
Ms. Isabel de Cala, Mr. Koji Ohata, Dr. Robert Dorrell, Dr. Hajime Naruse, Dr. Marco Patacci, Prof. William McCaffrey
2:45pm Analysis of equilibrium conditions for particle-laden flows
Dr. Lawrence Amy, Dr. Robert Dorrell
3:00pm Has silt hindered progress in deep-water sedimentology?
Dr. Jaco H. Baas, Ms. Megan L. Baker, Dr. Joris Eggenhuisen, Ms. Patricia Buffon, Dr. Lorna Strachan, Dr. Helen Bostock, Prof. David Hodgson, Dr. Yvonne Spychala
4:00pm Poster Session 4.B Linking deep water depositional processes, facies and stratigraphy
Museo di Arte Classica
Mud caps of Holocene hybrid event beds from the widest and gentlest shelf: implication for genesis
Dr. Xin Shan, Dr. Xuefa Shi
Supercritical jet flows and their transition to density flows – insights from tank experiments
Dr. Jörg Lang, Dr. Juan Fedele, Dr. David Hoyal
Control on subaqueous density flow types in a Gilbert delta context, Upper Jurassic, Norway
Mr. Romain Grime, Dr. Bernard Pittet, Mr. Sten Rasmussen, Dr. Francesco Borraccini, Ms. Carmen Brazon
Two different types of deep-water fan formation conditions and oil & gas exploration effects
Mr. Lulu Cai, Mr. Xiaojun Xie, Mr. Jihua Liao, Mr. Zhao Zhao, Mr. Shuopeng Dong
Characteristics of Deep Water Sediment Waves in the Channel- Lobe Transition Zone of Rovuma Basin
Ms. Hui Sun, Mr. Shaozhi liu, Mr. Guoping Zuo, Mr. Xiaoyong Xv, Ms. Ma Hongxia, Mr. Bin Wang
The effect of bed roughness on the mobility of cohesive sediment gravity flows
Ms. Serena L. Teasdale, Dr. Jaco H. Baas, Ms. Megan L. Baker, Dr. Jonathan Malarkey
New insights in the geomorphology of the Gulf of Vera (southwestern Mediterranean)
Dr. Gemma Ercilla, Prof. Jesus Galindo-Zaldivar, Mr. Ferran Estrada, Dr. Javier Valencia, Dr. David Casas, Prof. Belen Alonso, Mr. Victor Tendero, Prof. Menchu Comas, Prof. Carlos Sanz de Galdeano, Dr. Juan-Tomás Vázquez
Sedimentological characteristics and facies analyses of Istrian flysch deposits (Dinaric foreland, Croatia)
Mr. Krešimir Petrinjak, Mr. Stanislav Bergant
Improved forward numerical simulations of deepwater depositional systems: Distinct depositional styles associated with criticality of flows
Dr. Timothy Demko, Dr. Juan Fedele, Dr. Gwladys Gaillot, Dr. David Hoyal, Dr. Mrugesh Shringapure, Dr. Huafei Sun, Dr. Ramanathan Vishnampet
Late Cretaceous to early Eocene geological history of the eastern Ionian Basin, southwestern Greece: a sedimentological approach
Ms. Nicolina Bourli, Dr. George Pantopoulos, Dr. Angelos Maravelis, Dr. Elena Zoumpoulis, Prof. George Iliopoulos, Prof. Fotini Pomoni- Papaioannou, Dr. Sofia Kostopoulou, Prof. Avraam Zelilidis
Stability of fluvial and gravity-flow antidunes
Dr. Juan Fedele, Dr. David Hoyal, Dr. Timothy Demko
Late Pleistocene depositional history of the distal Almeria Turbidite System (SW Mediterranean): paleoenvironmental implications
Prof. Belen Alonso, Dr. Gemma Ercilla, Mr. Oscar Llamosa, Mr. Ferran Estrada, Dr. Carmen Juan, Dr. David Casas, Dr. Juan-Tomás Vázquez
Shelf-edge delta and associated slope fan systems of the Late Oligocene to Early Miocene in the Pearl River Mouth Basin
Dr. Manli Zhang, Prof. Changsong Lin, Dr. Min He, Mr. Zhongtao Zhang
Establishing a magnitude-frequency relationship in turbidity currents using magnetostratigraphy (Castagnola Fm., NW Italy)
Dr. Matteo Maron, Dr. Mattia Marini, Mr. Eugenio Ferretti, Prof. Fabrizio Felletti, Prof. Giovanni Muttoni, Prof. Maria Rose Petrizzo
Geometry and internal facies partitioning of the Contessa Megaturbidite from long distance (130×30 km) correlation (Miocene Marnoso Arenacea Fm; Northern Apennines, Italy)
Prof. Fabrizio Felletti, Dr. Mattia Marini, Mr. Nicolò Bellin, Prof. Peter Talling
Alternating aggradational and progradational clinothems and its implications for sediment delivery to deep lake: The Eocene Dongying Depression, Bohai Bay Basin, east China
Prof. Benzhong Xian, Dr. Jianping Liu, Dr. Chenglin Gong, Dr. Junhui Wang, Dr. Zhen Wang, Dr. Peng Chen
Analysis of gravitational deposits at the continental slope of the northeastern part of the Black Sea
Mrs. Oksana Khlebnikova, Mrs. Anastasia Pirogova, Mrs. Anna Ivanova, Prof. Anatoly Nikishin
Large-scale mass wasting along a cool-water carbonate slope: the Great Australian Bight, Australia
Mr. Tomas Tam, Prof. Simon Lang, Dr. Andrew Ross, Dr. Julien Bourget, Dr. April Pickard, Dr. Asrar Talukder, Dr. Annette George, Dr. Emanuelle Frery
The sedimentation conditions of the Lower Cretaceous sediments of the Western Ciscaucasia.
Ms. Yulia Mashkina
Supercritical flow experiments with a wide range of grain sizes: Implications for outcrop interpretation
Dr. Piret Plink-Björklund, Dr. Kenya Ono, Dr. Matthieu Cartigny, Dr. Joris Eggenhuisen, Mr. Haipeng Li, Mrs. Dessy Sapardina, Dr. Chengpeng Tan, Dr. Jianqiao Wang
Facies architecture of deepwater lobes deposited by expanding supercritical density flows
Dr. Jörg Lang, Dr. George Postma, Dr. Nicole Bayliss, Dr. Timothy Demko, Dr. Juan Fedele, Mr. Mario Gutierrez, Dr. David Hoyal, Mr. Nathan Lentsch, Mr. Logan West
Integrated Sedimentological and Geomechanical Characterization of Flysch Successions: the Case of the Capo D’Orlando Flysch (Southern Italy)
Dr. Simone Mineo, Dr. Giovanna Pappalardo, Dr. Claudio Ivan Casciano, Prof. Agata Di Stefano, Prof. Stefano Catalano
Sand detachment mechanisms on the modern seafloor: A review of processes and examples
Dr. John W. Counts, Dr. Lawrence Amy, Dr. Aggeliki Georgiopoulou, Prof. Peter Haughton
Differences between leeward and windward carbonate margins: results from Bahamian investigations
Dr. Kelly Fauquembergue, Prof. Thierry Mulder, Dr. Vincent Hanquiez, Dr. Emmanuelle Ducassou, Ms. Audrey Recouvreur, Mrs. Natacha Fabregas, Dr. Melanie Principaud, Dr. Ludivine Chabaud, Dr. Elsa Tournadour, Mrs. Marie-Claire Perello, Dr. Emmanuelle Poli, Prof. Jean Borgomano, Prof. John Reijmer
Linking shelfal ‘turbidites’ to their feeding system: the Monastero Fm. (eastern Tertiary Piedmont Basin)
Dr. Simone Reguzzi, Dr. Mattia Marini, Prof. Fabrizio Felletti
The foredeep turbidites of the Macigno Sandstones Formation (Chattian-Aquitanian, northern Apennines, Italy)
Dr. Alberto Piazza, Prof. Roberto Tinterri
“Dunoid” sandstones in deep-water sediments: insights from scour-and-fill facies of the Western Ligurian Flysch
Dr. Pierre Mueller, Dr. Marco Patacci, Prof. Andrea Di Giulio
Depositional Geometries and Sedimentological Characterization of Tabular Deposits in Tectonically-Confined Turbidite Basins : The Gorgoglione Flysch (Italy)
Dr. Claudio Ivan Casciano, Dr. Marco Patacci, Dr. Alan Pitts, Prof. Claudio Nicola Di Celma, Prof. Stefano Catalano, Prof. Agata Di Stefano
Comparing two foredeeps: Cervarola Sandstones and Marnoso- arenacea Formations (Miocene, northern Apennines, Italy)
Prof. Roberto Tinterri, Dr. Pierre Muzzi Magalhaes, Dr. Alberto Piazza, Dr. Alessio Tagliaferri
Settling-driven convection limits the spatial scale of deposition beneath buoyant turbid flows in the coastal ocean
Prof. Mathew Wells, Dr. Shahrzad Jazi
The sand-rich foredeep turbidites of the Gova Sandstones (Miocene, northern Apennines, Italy): a zone of tectonically- controlled flow deceleration
Prof. Roberto Tinterri, Dr. Alberto Piazza, Mr. Simone Seminara, Prof. Giuliana Villa
Role of Early Jurassic rift architecture in the dispersal of calciturbidites: New insights from the Central and Northern Apennines
Dr. Angelo Cipriani, Ms. Martina Caratelli, Prof. Massimo Santantonio
Analysis of experimental data for determination of transport efficiency in density currents
Dr. Carolina Boffo, Dr. Daniel Bayer da Silva, Mr. Lucas de Freitas Pereira, Mrs. Bianca Von Ahn, Mr. Rodrigo Schwambach, Mr. Arthur Cerqueira, Prof. Ana Luiza de Oliveira Borges, Prof. Rafael Manica, Mr. Tiago Agne de Oliveira, Dr. Marco Moraes, Dr. Paulo Paraizo
Upper Cretaceous-Paleogene sedimentary deposits of western Colombia and their relationship with the geologic evolution of nw South America
Dr. Andrés Pardo, Dr. Agustín Cardona, Mr. Andrés Stefen Giraldo, Mr. Santiago León, Mr. Diego Felipe Vallejo, Mr. Raúl Andrés Trejos, Mr. Angelo Plata, Mr. Julián Ceballos, Mr. Sebastián Echeverri, Mr. Angel Barbosa-Espitia, Mr. Andrés Salazar, Mr. Sergio Celis, Mr. Edward Osorio, Mr. Carlos Giraldo
Hybrid event beds in lacustrine confined turbidite systems, Pannonian Basin
Ms. Dóra Zima, Mrs. Anna Horányi, Mrs. Gabriella Molnár, Dr. Orsolya Sztanó
The Numidian sand event in the Western Rif Chain (Northern Morocco)
Mr. Anas Abbassi, Prof. Paola Cipollari, Prof. Mohamed Najib Zaghloul, Prof. Domenico Cosentino
Contained-reflected beds: examples from foredeep turbidites and helminthoid flysches of the northern Apennines (Italy)
Prof. Roberto Tinterri, Dr. Tommaso Mazza
Sedimentary succession of the Cergowa Beds as an example of a hyperpycnal turbulent flows
Dr. Magdalena Zielińska, Dr. Joanna Pszonka, Prof. Marek Wendorff
Are basin floor fans dominated by sheets and lobes?
Mrs. Dessy Sapardina, Dr. Piret Plink-Björklund
5.A Non-marine carbonates: from the geological record to present- day processes in continental settings
Room 11 ESD
Chaired by: Prof. Giovanna Della Porta, Prof. Enrico Capezzuoli, Prof. Mike Rogerson and Dr. Ezher Tagliasacchi
11:30am Biotic vs. abiotic signatures in Late Pleistocene lacustrine microbialites of the Maquinchao Basin (Argentina)
Prof. Daniel Ariztegui, Ms. Inès Eymard, Dr. Andrés Bilmes, Dr. Maria del Pilar Alvarez, Mr. Rodrigo Feo, Dr. Crisogono Vasconcelos
11:45am The interaction between hot spring carbonates and gypsum deposits in a hypersaline rift lake (Lake Afdera, Afar, Ethiopia)
Prof. Anneleen Foubert, Dr. Eva De Boever, Mr. Jean-Charles Schaegis, Mr. Valentin Rime, Ms. Addis Hailu, Mr. Haileyesus Negga, Ms. Patrizia Wyler, Dr. Balemwal Atnafu, Prof. Torsten Vennemann, Prof. Norbert Frank, Prof. Tesfaye Kidane
12:00pm Experimental diagenesis of hot-spring and alkaline lake deposits
Dr. Alex Brasier, Prof. Enrico Capezzuoli, Dr. Hubert Vonhof, Prof. Mike Rogerson, Dr. David Muirhead, Dr. David Healy
12:15pm Factors controlling mineral paragenesis and cyclothems development in the Cretaceous ‘Presalt’ alkaline lakes
Dr. Ramon Mercedes-Martín, Dr. Carlos Ayora, Dr. Jordi Tritlla, Dr. Mónica Sánchez-Román
12:30pm Geochemistry of tufa carbonates from the Western Desert (Southern Egypt)
Dr. Sándor Kele, Prof. Emad S. Sallam, Prof. Enrico Capezzuoli, Prof. Hamdalla Wanas, Prof. Chuan-Chou Shen, Dr. Mahjoor Ahmad Lone, Dr. Tsai-Luen Yu, Dr. Andrew J. Schauer, Prof. Katharine W. Huntington
12:45pm Antropocene continental carbonates: a natural research lab. Canary Islands, Spain.
Prof. Ana María Alonso-Zarza, Dr. Alvaro Rodríguez-Berriguete, Prof. Ramón Casillas, Prof. Isabel Sánchez, Prof. Nora Cabaleri
1:00pm
2:00pm Gaslighting ourselves? How we have been misrepresenting gas exchange in tufa and travertine systems, and what we need to do about it
Prof. Mike Rogerson, Prof. Daniel Parsons, Dr. Martyn Pedley
2:15pm The Quaternary Cannstatt Travertines of the Neckar valley (SW Germany): review and new results
Dr. Michael W. Rasser, Dr. Wolfgang Ufrecht, Prof. Oliver Friedrich, Dr. Andreas Koutsodendris, Prof. Jörg Pross
2:30pm Session Keynote Talk Tufa and microbialites in non-marine carbonate settings: a multi-scale approach
Dr. Concha Arenas Abad (University of Zaragoza), Mrs. Leticia Martin-Bello, Dr. Francisco Javier Perez-Rivares, Mrs. Nerea Santos-Bueno
3:00pm Texture, geochemistry and development of banded veins in travertine depositional systems: implications for tectonic activity and palaeoseismicity reconstruction
Ms. Paola Francesca Matera, Dr. Sándor Kele, Dr. Gennaro Ventruti, Dr. Martina Zucchi, Prof. Andrea Brogi, Prof. Enrico Capezzuoli, Dr. Giovanni Ruggieri, Prof. Domenico Liotta
4:00pm Poster Session 5.A Non-marine carbonates: from the geological record to present- day processes in continental settings
Museo di Arte Classica
3D reconstruction of travertine depositional system based on hierarchical approach. A step forward in the interpretation of some Pre -salt carbonates examples?
Dr. Alessandro Mancini, Prof. Enrico Capezzuoli, Dr. Marcelle Marques Erthal, Prof. Rudy Swennen
The Lapis Tiburtinus travertines (Acque Albule Basin, Central Italy): base level variations vs tectonic activity. Implications at basin scale.
Dr. Alessandro Mancini, Prof. Enrico Capezzuoli, Dr. Marcelle Marques Erthal, Mr. Fabio Scalera, Prof. Giovanna Della Porta, Prof. Rudy Swennen
Crystal morphology and geochemistry of a banded calcite vein from a fault zone (Denizli Basin, Western Turkey).
Ms. Paola Francesca Matera, Prof. Andrea Brogi, Dr. Sándor Kele, Prof. Enrico Capezzuoli, Prof. Domenico Liotta, Dr. Martina Zucchi, Prof. Hülya Alçiçek, Prof. Ali Bülbül, Prof. Mehmet Cihat Alçiçek
Travertine deposits and tectonic activity interaction: constraints from Bagno Vignoni-Valdorcia area (inner Northern Apennines, Italy).
Prof. Andrea Brogi, Prof. Domenico Liotta, Prof. Enrico Capezzuoli, Ms. Paola Francesca Matera, Dr. Sándor Kele, Prof. Michele Soligo, Prof. Paola Tuccimei, Dr. Giovanni Ruggieri, Dr. Tsai-Luen Yu, Prof. Chuan-Chou Shen, Prof. Katharine W. Huntington
The Afyon Fluvial Tufas: The depositional systems and palaeoclimatic records during Pleistocene, SW-Turkey
Dr. Ezher Tagliasacchi, Dr. Mine Sezgül Kayseri Özer
Mineralogy and isotopic geochemistry of high-temperature smooth slope travertine deposits: A case from the Tengchong geothermal field, China
Dr. Wen Huaguo
Influence of local substrate on hydrochemistry, morphology and fabric of two different adjacent travertine geobodies; example from the Sanandaj-Sirjan Zone (W-Iran).
Ms. Zahra Mohammadi, Prof. Enrico Capezzuoli, Dr. Hannes Claes, Prof. Rudy Swennen
Characteristics of siliciclastic-carbonate sediments and forming mechanism of high-quality associated reservoirs in the Bozhong Sag, Bohaiwan Basin
Prof. Xinong Xie, Dr. Maosong Ye
Pleistocene paleohydrological changes recorded by speleothemes of the Szemlő-hegy Cave (Buda Thermal Karst, Hungary)
Ms. Magdolna Virág, Prof. Andrea Mindszenty, Dr. Gergely Surányi, Dr. Sándor Kele, Dr. Tibor Németh, Mr. András Hegedűs, Dr. Szabolcs Leél-Őssy
When palynology meets sedimentology: the fascinating case of Quaternary terrestrial carbonates
Prof. Adele Bertini, Prof. Enrico Capezzuoli, Dr. Marianna Ricci, Prof. Anna Gandin, Prof. Andrea Brogi
Lithofacies and depositional setting evolution of a source- controlled carbonate succession in a lacustrine rift basin
Dr. Qing Li
Constructional caves in travertine and tufa
Dr. Michał Gradziński, Dr. Pavel Bella, Mr. Peter Holúbek
What causes carbonates to form “shrubby” morphologies? An analog case study from a hyperalkaline leachate.
Ms. Laura Bastianini, Prof. Mike Rogerson, Dr. Ramon Mercedes- Martín, Dr. Timothy J. Prior, Dr. Will Mayes
Formation of magnesite by microbial degradation in ephemeral lakes: Implications for the geological record of Earth and Mars
Dr. M. Esther Sanz-Montero, Dr. Mónica Sanchez-Roman, Dr. Oscar Cabestrero, Mr. Pablo del Buey, Dr. Juan Pablo Rodríguez-Aranda
Depositional architecture, facies character and geochemical signature of lacustrine carbonates in the Eocene Dongying Depression, Bohai bay basin, China
Dr. Shengqian Liu, Prof. Youbin He, Prof. Zaixing Jiang
5.C Modern lakes and lacustrine sediments as archives of geological environmental change and anthropogenic impact
Room 1 ESD
Chaired by: Dr. Marta Marchegiano, Prof. Domenico Cosentino, Prof. Elsa Gliozzi, Prof. Daniel Ariztegui, Prof. Laura Sadori and Dr. Patricia Roeser
8:30am The Paleolake San Nicandro (L’Aquila, central Italy): early stage of continental deposition in the central Apennines
Prof. Domenico Cosentino, Dr. Martina Casalini, Prof. Francesca Cifelli, Dr. Aida Conte, Dr. Alan Deino, Prof. Giancarlo Della Ventura, Dr. Biagio Giaccio, Prof. Elsa Gliozzi, Prof. Massimo Mattei, Dr. Marco Nocentini, Dr. Giorgio Pipponzi, Dr. Marco Spadi, Prof. Marco Tallini, Prof. Sandro Conticelli
8:45am Lacustrine paleoclimatic and paleoenvironmental evolution during the Late Glacial and the Holocene: Example from the Amburnex Valley, Switzerland.
Dr. Brahimsamba Bomou, Prof. Thierry Adatte, Dr. Anne-Marie Rachoud-Schneider, Dr. Jorge E. Spangenberg, Ms. Marina Gärtner, Prof. Jean-Nicolas Haas
9:00am Session Keynote Talk Organic-rich rhythmites in southern Gondwana: Early Jurassic proxies of lake processes and climate
Prof. Emese Bordy (University of Cape Town), Dr. Lara Sciscio, Ms. T’Nielle Haupt, Mr. Akhil Rampersadh, Ms. Maposholi Mokhethi, Ms. Miengah Abrahams, Mr. Adrian Bunge
9:30am Disentangling palynological and sedimentological signals in the Quaternary sedimentary succession of Lake Ohrid (Balkan peninsula)
Prof. Adele Bertini, Prof. Laura Sadori, Dr. Nathalie Combourieu- Nebout, Dr. Timme Donders, Prof. Katerina Kouli, Dr. Andreas Koutsodendris, Dr. Ilias Kousis, Dr. Sebastien Joannin, Dr. Alessia Masi, Prof. Anna Maria Mercuri, Dr. Konstantinos Panagiotopoulos, Dr. Odile Peyron, Dr. Gaia Sinopoli, Dr. Paola Torri, Dr. Alexander Francke, Prof. Bernd Wagner, Prof. Giovanni Zanchetta
9:45am Mean annual air temperature variability in NW Poland during the late Pleistocene
Dr. Michal Tomczak, Dr. Jerome Kaiser, Dr. Ryszard Borowka, Dr. Krysztof Stefaniak, Dr. Adam Kotowski, Prof. Helge Arz
10:00am
11:30am Eastern Mediterranean climate variability and reconstruction over the last 12000 years based on a varved sediment record from Vouliagmeni lake, Gulf of Corinth (Greece)
Mr. Alexandros Emmanouilidis, Prof. Ingmar Unkel, Prof. Pavlos Avramidis
11:45am Multi-proxy study in a transitional coastal environment: the sediment record of Lake Butrint (Albania)
Prof. Laura Sadori, Prof. Adele Bertini, Dr. Marta Marchegiano, Dr. Alessia Masi, Prof. Flavio S. Anselmetti, Dr. Mario Morellon, Dr. Gaia Sinopoli, Prof. Daniel Ariztegui
12:00pm The Nhecolândia wetland: Natural and anthropogenic influences on south-east Pantanal, Brazil.
Dr. Emiliano Castro de Oliveira, Dr. Sila Pla-Pueyo, Dr. Christopher R. Hackney
12:15pm Geochemical focusing of Mn and Fe: redox proxy formation upon eutrophication of Lake Stechlin (Germany)
Mr. Grzegorz Scholtysik, Dr. Olaf Dellwig, Dr. Patricia Roeser, Prof. Helge Arz, Dr. Martin Theuerkauf, Dr. Tobias Goldhammer, Dr. Peter Casper, Dr. Michael Hupfer
12:30pm “Sink-switching” of phosphorus during early diagenesis of a meromictic Lake Kai-ike sediments, southwest Japan
Dr. Kosei Yamaguchi
12:45pm 206/207Pb: a tool to synchronize lacustrine and marine records from the Baltic Sea realm
Dr. Jerome Kaiser, Dr. Olaf Dellwig, Dr. Patricia Roeser, Prof. Achim Brauer, Mr. Sami Jokinen, Prof. Helge Arz
4:00pm Poster Session 5.C Modern lakes and lacustrine sediments as archives of geological environmental change and anthropogenic impact
Museo di Arte Classica
Mid-Eocene monsoon-like climate of East Asia recorded by aeolian deposits in a paleo-salt lake
Dr. Jian Wang, Prof. Yingchang Cao, Prof. Keyu Liu
The Fucino palaeolake (central Italy): a 3-Myr continental archive for constraining climate changes, environmental evolution, and tectonic events in the central Apennines
Dr. Marco Spadi, Mr. Gianmarco Mondati, Prof. Domenico Cosentino, Prof. Marco Tallini, Prof. Elsa Gliozzi, Dr. Gian Paolo Cavinato, Dr. Marco Nocentini, Prof. Massimo Mattei, Prof. Francesca Cifelli
The Castelnuovo deep borehole (L’Aquila, central Italy): archive of climate changes and environmental evolution from a Plio- Pleistocene paleolake
Dr. Marco Nocentini, Prof. Adele Bertini, Dr. Gian Paolo Cavinato, Prof. Francesca Cifelli, Dr. Aida Conte, Prof. Sandro Conticelli, Dr. Sara Di Salvo, Dr. Biagio Giaccio, Prof. Elsa Gliozzi, Dr. Marina Iorio, Prof. Massimo Mattei, Mr. Marco Pardini, Dr. Giorgio Pipponzi, Dr. Eleonora Regattieri, Dr. Leonardo Sagnotti, Dr. Marco Spadi, Prof. Marco Tallini, Mrs. Eleonora Tomei, Prof. Giovanni Zanchetta, Prof. Domenico Cosentino
Trace fossils as indicators of Quaternary environmental changes at Weereewa (Lake George), NSW, Australia
Dr. Eva Papp, Ms. Rozalia Fodor, Dr. David Arpad, Dr. Alex Franke, Prof. Bradley Pillans, Dr. Sue Rule, Dr. Brad Opdyke
High-resolution palaeohydrological reconstruction of central Italy during the Holocene: the example of Lake Trasimeno ostracod record
Dr. Marta Marchegiano, Dr. Alexander Francke, Prof. Elsa Gliozzi, Prof. Bernd Wagner, Prof. Daniel Ariztegui
Reconstruction of a Holocene fjord-infill: depositional patterns, suspended sediment yields, wind-induced circulation patterns and trapping efficiency for Strynevatnet, Inner Nordfjord, Norway
Dr. Joep Storms, Dr. Achim Beylich, Dr. Louise Hansen, Dr. Nicolas Waldman
Developing a Holocene storm record from lake sediments using a physical sedimentology approach
Prof. Sean Fitzsimons, Dr. Jamie Howarth
Late-Holocene lake-level changes in Middle-Atlas Mountains inferred from sedimentological, geochemical and geophysical analyses of lake sediments
Dr. Guillaume Jouve, Prof. Emmanuel Chapron, Prof. Thierry Courp, Mr. Bertil Hébert, Mr. Rachid Adallal, Ms. Hanane id Abdellah, Prof. Ali Rhoujjati, Prof. Abdelfattah Benkaddour, Prof. Samuel Meulé, Mr. Sébastien Marguerite, Dr. Corinne Sonzogni, Prof. Laurence Vidal
High-resolution 10Be in Black Sea sediments around 41 ka BP: Synchronization tool for paleoclimate studies
Dr. Czymzik Czymzik, Dr. Norbert Nowaczyk, Dr. Florian Adolphi, Prof. Helge Arz, Prof. Raimund Muscheler, Dr. Marcus Christl
Lake Kinneret (Israel): Holocene regional palaeoclimate variability based on high-resolution multi-proxy analysis
Ms. Hannah Hartung (Vossel), Dr. Patricia Roeser, Prof. Thomas Litt, Prof. Jane Reed
Sedimentary pigments associated to the formation of modern dolomite in a hypersaline lagoon
Mr. Camila Oliveira, Prof. Cátia Barbosa, Dr. Anna Paula Cruz, Mr. Luiz Gustavo Valle, Ms. Nayara Dornelas, Mr. Daniel Silva, Mr. Felix Junior, Dr. Crisogono Vasconcelos, Prof. Daniel Ariztegui
Anthropogenic effects on Ostracod and Chironomid assemblages from the sediments of Bordaglia, Dimon and Balma Lakes
Dr. Gianguido Salvi, Dr. Selene Perilli, Dr. Marco Bertoli, Dr. Paolo Pastorino, Dr. Ester Colizza, Dr. Filippo Franz, Dr. Marino Prearo, Prof. Elisabetta Pizzul
Sediment and pollutant dispersal in valley-type dam reservoir deltas: Les Království, Elbe River, Czechia
Dr. Ondrej Bábek, Mr. Ondrej Kielar, Ms. Zuzana Lenďáková, Dr. Jan Sedláček, Ms. Jitka Tolaszová
Ground penetrating radar as a research tool for reservoir sediments
Ms. Zuzana Lenďáková, Prof. Ondřej Bábek, Mr. Jiří Štojdl, Mr. Jan Pacina, Dr. Jan Sedláček
Discussion on conversion mode of terminal fan to low curved meandering stream fan: A case of Qingshankou Formation in Heidimiao area, Songliao Basin, China
Dr. Weilu Li, Prof. Jinliang Zhang, Dr. Zhijie Liu
Diagenesis evolution of the Triassic Chang 8 Member tight sandstone in Ordos Basin, China
Mr. Shangfeng Yang
5.E Sedimentary processes, stratal architecture and stratigraphy of alluvial systems
(Cont.) Room Odeion
Chaired by: Prof. Massimiliano Ghinassi, Dr. Luca Colombera, Prof. Christopher Fielding and Dr. Marco Mancini
8:30am Supercritical-flow structures in fluvial successions: criteria for recognition and significance for the rock record
Dr. Dario Ventra, Prof. Christopher Fielding
8:45am Using radionuclides released by nuclear industry to date sediment core in the Rhone river
Ms. Amandine Morereau, Dr. Frédérique Eyrolle, Dr. Hugo Lepage, Mrs. Valérie Nicoulaud-Gouin, Mr. Franck Giner, Mr. David Mourier
9:00am Alluvial analysis of the Palaeocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum: Bighorn Basin, Wyoming, USA
Dr. Hiranya Sahoo, Mr. Youwei Wang, Dr. Joep Storms, Dr. Hemmo Abels, Prof. Allard Martinius
9:15am A Novel Methodology for Assessment and Prediction of Fluvial Point-Bar Architecture from Outcrop
Dr. Catherine Russell, Prof. Nigel P. Mountney, Prof. David Hodgson, Dr. Luca Colombera
9:30am Tracing the Pliocene basin inversion in the alluvial sequence of the northern Pannonian Basin System (Slovakia)
Dr. Michal Šujan, Prof. Michal Kováč, Dr. Régis Braucher
9:45am Hydrology of a karstic tunnel deciphered from its internal deposits: the Demänová Cave System, Slovakia
Dr. Pavel Bella, Dr. Michał Gradziński, Dr. Helena Hercman, Prof. Stanisław Leszczyński, Prof. Wojciech Nemec
10:00am
11:30am The response of large alluvial systems to glacial-interglacial climatic cyclicity: insights from the Western Venetian Plain
Dr. Sandro Rossato, Prof. Paolo Mozzi, Dr. Giovanni Monegato, Prof. Alessandro Fontana, Dr. Francesco Ferrarese
11:45am Tidally influenced Cambrian braid delta deposits, middle member Wood Canyon Formation, Marble Mountains, California
Mr. Jason Muhlbauer, Prof. Christopher Fedo
12:00pm The fluvial record of crustal uplift: examples from the Middle Jurassic of the High Atlas (Morocco)
Dr. Chiara Cavallina, Prof. Marco Benvenuti
12:15pm Coastal River Dynamics and Morphology on the Rio Grande Delta: Implications for Fluvio-Deltaic Stratigraphy and Channel Belt Architecture
Mr. John Swartz, Dr. David Mohrig, Dr. Timothy Goudge
12:30pm Geomorphic effects of floods and their fluvial record – integrating ancient, modern and experimental data
Dr. Piret Plink-Björklund, Mr. Haipeng Li, Dr. Kenya Ono, Dr. Chengpeng Tan, Dr. Jianqiao Wang
12:45pm Fluvial facies models based on discharge variability for Guará Formation, Upper Jurassic, Paraná Basin, Brazil
Mr. Adriano D. Reis, Prof. Claiton M. S. Scherer, Prof. Ezequiel Galvão de Souza, Mr. João Pedro Ferronatto, Ms. Manoela Bállico, Dr. Amanda Owen
1:00pm
2:00pm Reading sedimentary record of an extreme flood: a lesson from the Powder River (Montana, Usa)
Prof. Massimiliano Ghinassi, Mr. Matteo Guelfi, Dr. John Moody, Dr. Deborah Martin
2:15pm Fluvial dynamics and sedimentary signatures in the Taquari Megafan, Pantanal Basin
Dr. Mauricio G. M. Santos, Dr. Mario Assine
2:30pm Temporal and magnitudinal reconstruction of debris flooding events on alluvial fans in an Alpine environment (NW Slovenia)
Mr. Andrej Novak, Mr. Michal Lempa, Ms. Karolina Janecka, Dr. Tom Levanič, Dr. Ryszard Kaczka, Prof. Andrej Šmuc
2:45pm Form, Evolution and Controls of a Jurassic Incised Valley-fill: Middle Part of the Western Sichuan Depression, China
Dr. Junlong Liu
3:00pm Depositional architecture and external controls on Quaternary fluvial incised valleys in the subsoil of Rome (Italy)
Dr. Marco Mancini, Dr. Mattia Marini, Dr. Gian Paolo Cavinato, Dr. Cristina Di Salvo, Dr. Luca Laudati, Prof. Salvatore Milli, Dr. Massimiliano Moscatelli, Dr. Francesco Stigliano
3:15pm Precession-driven river avulsion cycles shaping alluvial architecture in the interaction with autogenic depositional controls
Dr. Hemmo Abels, Mr. Youwei Wang, Mr. Timothy Baars, Mr. Akeel Alharbi, Dr. Joep Storms, Prof. Allard Martinius
4:00pm Poster Session 5.E Sedimentary processes, stratal architecture and stratigraphy of alluvial systems
Museo di Arte Classica
Sequence stratigraphy and architectural variability in post-rift lacustrine strata: insight from the Upper Cretaceous Qingshankou Formation, northern Songliao Basin, northeastern China
Dr. Youliang Feng
Humid Alluvial Fan Characteristics of the Jurassic in Hashan Area, Western China
Prof. Shaochun Yang, Dr. Ya Wang, Ms. Chunmin Xue, Dr. Yongfu Zhao
The study of sedimentary sequence and favorable zones of the Paleogene in northern sag of Melut Basin
Dr. Ran Huaijiang, Mr. Leyuan Fan
Architecture and evolution of the Eocene delta in Dongying Sag: relations with sediment transported into the deep-lacustrine
Dr. Haibo Jia, Dr. Wei Li
Sedimentary facies and architectural analysis of part of Shendi Formation, Shendi-Atbara Basin, Sudan
Mr. Mohamed Hassan, Prof. Matthew Nton, Dr. Ali Eisawi
The Late Holocene lower Ganga River: a seasonal sandy braided river
Dr. Xin Shan, Dr. Xuefa Shi, Dr. Chengpeng Tan, Dr. Shunli Li
Sedimentary characteristics of Shallow-Water Delta Front in Huanghekou Sag of Bohai Bay Basin, East China
Mr. Zhao Hanqing, Mr. Kuiqian Ma, Mr. Yingxian Liu, Mr. Xiaoming Chen, Mr. Qiongyuan Wu
Sedimentary architecture of alluvial fan controlled by syn- sedimentary reverse fault associated fold
Mr. Qinyu Xia
Uranium-bearing strata sedimentary system and Uranium mineralization in fault-depression transition stage of Bayingobi Basin, China
Mrs. Liqun Wu, Mr. Yangquan Jiao, Dr. Yuguang Hou, Mr. Hui Rong
Effects of Late Pleistocene synsedimentary tectonics on alluvial architecture at the Po Plain-Apennines border (N-Italy)
Dr. Chiara Zuffetti, Prof. Riccardo Bersezio
Assessment of differential subsidence in the Eastern Venetian Plain through Late-Holocene stratigraphic markers
Prof. Alessandro Fontana, Dr. Livio Ronchi, Prof. Mario Floris, Dr. Timme Donders, Dr. Kim Cohen, Dr. Esther Stouthamer, Dr. Nicola Cenni
Fluvial morphology response to base-level changes: An experiment implication for sequence stratigraphy
Mr. Dicky Harishidayat, Mr. Rian Cahya Rohmana, Mr. Iqbal Fardiansyah, Mr. Leon Taufani
Simulation experiment on coarse particle distribution and its influencing factors in braided river delta
Mr. Siyuan Wei, Prof. Zhongbao Liu, Mr. Xitong Wang
Sedimentary characteristic and models of terrestrial organic-rich shale in Northeast Sichuan Basin, NW China
Dr. Deyu Zhu, Prof. Zhenxue Jiang
Sedimentary characteristics of alluvial fan in Qie12 block of Qaidam Basin
Mr. Gong Qingshun, Mr. Zhu Chao
Evolution of the Kalahari Karoo Basin fluvial systems: new perspective for economic deposits in Botswana
Dr. Fulvio Franchi, Mr. Tebogo Kelepile, Dr. Andrea Di Capua, Prof. Mike De Wit, Mr. Reneilwe Lasarwe, Prof. Octavian Catuneanu
Sedimentary characteristics and controlling factors of the Paleogene Dainan Formation in the Huangjue-Majiazui area in Gaoyou Sag, Subei Basin
Mr. Pengfei Xiang, Prof. Hancheng Ji
Subsidence in the Seville urbanized alluvial plain from MT-InSAR (Guadalquivir basin, southern Spain)
Prof. Jesus Galindo-Zaldivar, Dr. Ana Ruiz-Constán, Dr. Antonio M. Ruiz-Armenteros, Dr. Francisco Lamas-Fernández, Dr. Joaquim João Sousa, Prof. Carlos Sanz de Galdeano, Dr. Antonio Pedrera, Dr. Sergio Martos-Rosillo, Dr. J. Manuel Delgado, Dr. Ramon F. Hanssen, Prof. Antonio J. Gil
Sedimentary dynamic in Triassic syn-rift series of the Imini basin, High Atlas of Marrakech, Morocco
Ms. Soukaina Obad, Prof. Rachid Essamoud, Dr. Abdelkrim Afenzar
Atypical Meter-scale Cycles within Inclined Heterolithic Strata (IHS) Reveal Fluvial Floods?
Dr. Milovan Fustic
Formation Mechanism and Distribution Regularities of Clast- supported Gravel/Framework Support Conglomerate in Alluvial Fans
Ms. Zhang Yue, Mr. Youliang Ji, Mr. Chonglong Gao, Mr. Wanda Song, Prof. Yong Zhou, Mr. Wei Du
Tectono-stratigraphic evolution of the Northern Iranian Plateau: insights from synorogenic continental deposits of the Tarom Intermontane Basin
Dr. Mohammad Paknia, Prof. Paolo Ballato, Prof. Massimo Mattei, Dr. Ghasem Heidarzadeh, Prof. Francesca Cifelli, Prof. Jamshid Hassanzadeh, Prof. Majid Mirzaie, Prof. Mohammad Reza Ghassemi
Mg-clay minerals formation in ephemeral lakes of central Spain: biotic and geochemical controls
Mr. Pablo del Buey, Dr. Óscar Cabestrero, Dr. M. Esther Sanz- Montero
What drives avulsions in a low gradient delta?
Dr. Harm Jan Pierik, Dr. Tjalling de Haas, Prof. Maarten Kleinhans
The Late Palaeozoic Ice Age across Gondwana: a stratigraphic comparison between Victoria Land (Antarctica) and Tasmania (Australia) diamictites
Mr. Luca Zurli, Prof. Gianluca Cornamusini, Mr. Giovanni Pio Liberato, Prof. Franco Maria Talarico, Prof. Jusun Woo, Prof. Paolo Conti, Ms. Valentina Corti
Facies architecture of alluvial fan systems: insights from the Early Permian Orobic Basin (North Italy)
Dr. Claudio Chesi, Dr. Simone Reguzzi, Prof. Fabrizio Berra, Prof. Giuseppe Cadel, Prof. Fabrizio Felletti
Improving Geochronology in Terrestrial Strata with Detrital Zircon U-Pb Maximum Depositional Ages
Prof. Mike Blum
Formation and filling of Desmoinesian (Pennsylvanian) incised valleys in the Illinois Basin, USA: a signature of coarse sediment undersupply
Prof. Christopher Fielding, Mr. John Nelson, Mr. Scott Elrick
Variability of sediment properties within point bars: an example from the Holocene Po Plain (Italy)
Dr. Elena Bellizia, Prof. Massimiliano Ghinassi, Dr. Jacopo Boaga, Prof. Andrea D’Alpaos
Preliminary stratigraphic comparison between Permian-Triassic sequences of the Tasman (Australia) and Southern Victoria (Antarctica) basins
Dr. Giovanni Pio Liberato, Prof. Gianluca Cornamusini, Mr. Luca Zurli, Prof. Paolo Conti, Prof. Clive Calver, Prof. Sebastien Meffre, Prof. Franco Maria Talarico
Separating lateral migration, abandonment and reactivation in internal architecture mapping of avulsive channel belts in the Rhine-Meuse delta, The Netherlands.
Mr. Tim Winkels, Dr. Esther Stouthamer, Dr. Kim Cohen
Analysis of the Holocene stratigraphic architecture and soil properties causing the subsidence of the Volturno coastal plain (northern Campania, southern Italy)
Prof. Daniela Ruberti, Prof. Alessandro Mandolini, Dr. Fabio Matano, Prof. Luciano Piarelli, Dr. Marco Sacchi, Dr. Marco Vigliotti
Is it possible to work out the lateral migration of preserved fluvial systems?
Dr. Hazel Beaumont, Dr. Catherine Russell
First record of megaflora and sedimentary facies in the Aconquija Formation (middle – late miocene), Catamarca, Argentina
Ms. Sofia Carolina Avellaneda, Dr. Claudia Marcela Muruaga, Dr. Hugo Carrizo
Alluvial fans and fluvial fans: geomorphic and sedimentological distinction and relevance in a geo-energy perspective
Prof. Andrea Moscariello, Dr. Dario Ventra
Microclimatic control of secondary cave minerals deposition in Atacama Desert (Chile)
Laura Sanna
6.B Technological and conceptual advances in sequence stratigraphy. New achievements and open questions
Blue Room 2
Chaired by: Dr. Domenico Ridente, Prof. Christian Gorini, Dr. Adriano R. Viana and Dr. Bilal Haq
8:30am Detailed outcrop characterization of high-frequency sequence boundaries in the Pliocene Peri-Adriatic shallow marine succession revealed through UAV cliff-side digital outcrop mapping
Dr. Alan Pitts, Prof. Claudio Nicola Di Celma, Prof. Gabriele Giuli, Prof. John Haynes
8:45am Late Quaternary sequence stratigraphy of the southeast and central Vietnam Shelf
Dr. Viet Dung Bui, Mrs. Minh Hang Vu, Dr. Trung Thanh Nguyen, Mr. Kieu Nguyen Van
9:00am Tectonic evolution of modern continental margins defined by using Quaternary lowstand deposits as past sea level proxies. Examples from the Tyrrhenian Sea
Dr. Domenico Ridente, Dr. Federica Maisto, Dr. Francesco Giuseppe Falese, Dr. Daniele Casalborne, Prof. Francesco Chiocci
9:15am High-resolution T-R cycles in Permian coal-bearing Barakar succession in West Bokaro coalfield, Eastern India
Mr. Aniruddha Pathak, Dr. Biplab Bhattacharya, Mr. Partha Pratim Banerjee
9:30am Session Keynote Talk Tectonics and Eustasy’s roles in producing the stratigraphic record
Dr. Bilal Haq (Sorbonne University), Prof. Christian Gorini
10:00am
11:30am Interplay between sea level fluctuations, palaeoceanographic changes and halokynesis on the control of Quaternary deep- marine depositional systems of Espirito Santo Basin, Brazil
Dr. Cizia M. Hercos, Mrs. Simone Schreiner, Dr. Adriano R. Viana
11:45am Prograding platform margin and contemporaneous retrograding shoreline in the sequence stratigraphy of an epicontinental carbonate platform
Dr. Anna Breda, Dr. Marcello Caggiati, Dr. Marco Franceschi, Dr. Giovanni Gattolin, Prof. Piero Gianolla, Prof. Nereo Preto
4:00pm Poster Session 6.B Technological and conceptual advances in sequence stratigraphy. New achievements and open questions
Museo di Arte Classica
Tectono-stratigraphy and Sedimentary Infill Characteristics of Xujiahe Formation in Western Sichuan Foreland Basin
Dr. Junlong Liu
Sequence, sedimentary and their control on reservoirs devopment of Leikoupo Formation in West Sichuan Basin
Mr. Li Hongtao, Mr. Shi Yunqing
Litological and stratigraphical actualization of Zechstein marginal deposits – North-Sudetic Basin, SW Poland
Mr. Karol Durkowski, Dr. Anna Fijałkowska-Mader, Mr. Tomasz Selerowicz
Virtual outcrop insights into stratigraphy of Chinle Fm. fluvial system, paradox basin, Utah
Mr. Luka Blažić, Prof. John Howell
Sedimentary facies analysis of Huagang Formation in the central part of Xihu Depression, East China Sea Shelf Basin by sequence stratigraphy and seismic sedimentology
Dr. Xinyu Hou, Dr. Yakai Song, Mr. Hou Guowei, Ms. He Miao, Mr. Li Junjie
The role of pedogenic calcrete in deciphering the record of relative sea-level changes in mid-Cretaceous peritidal limestones of the Apulia Carbonate Platform (Italy)
Dr. Luigi Spalluto, Dr. Marco Petruzzelli, Prof. Luisa Sabato, Prof. Marcello Tropeano
A new approach in chemostratigraphy – Principal Component analysis for stratigraphic correlation and reservoir architecture
Dr. Nikolaos Michael, Dr. Neil Craigie
Log Identification of Astronomical Cycle in Lower 3rd Member of Shahejie Formation in Dongying Sag
Mrs. Ledan Yu
Seepage flow as a trigger of subaqueous slope instability and its sea-level relationships observed by physical simulation experiments
Dr. Carolina Boffo, Dr. Daniel Bayer da Silva, Prof. Ana Luiza de Oliveira Borges, Prof. Rafael Manica, Mr. Tiago Agne de Oliveira, Dr. Marco Moraes, Dr. Paulo Paraizo, Dr. Adriano R. Viana
Database-Driven Quantitative Analysis of the Internal Architecture of Incised-valley Fills: Implications for Sequence Stratigraphy
Ms. Ru Wang, Dr. Luca Colombera, Prof. Nigel P. Mountney
Late Paleocene–Early Eocene evaporitic carbonate platform evolution in Western Gafsa Basin — A response to long- and short- term of global sea level change.
Dr. Abdel Majid Messadi, Prof. Jamel Touir, Dr. Besma Merdassi, Prof. Jamel Abdennaceur Ouali
7.E Modern and ancient straits and seaways: towards a universal model for their sedimentary dynamics
Blue Room 1
Chaired by: Prof. Sergio G. Longhitano, Dr. Valentina Rossi, Dr. Domenico Chiarella, Prof. Francesco Chiocci, Dr. Gemma Ercilla and Prof. M.Namık Çağatay
8:30am Triassic rift valley fills in Svalbard with subtidal sandbars: In front of deltaic or tidal strait deposits?
Prof. Snorre Olaussen
8:45am High speed morphological and sediments currents bedforms structures of Bonifacio Straits
Dr. Giacomo Deiana, Dr. Valentino Demurtas, Dr. Antonietta Meleddu, Prof. Paolo Emanuele Orrù
9:00am Session Keynote Talk Morphology, processes and facies of modern straits: Variability and complexity dominate
Prof. Robert W. Dalrymple (Queen’s University)
9:30am When the South Tunisian Chotts were connected to the Mediterranean by a tidal seaway: The Great Bay of Triton revisited
Prof. Jean-Yves Reynaud, Prof. Mohamed Ouaja, Prof. Albert Galy, Ms. Inès Benaoun, Mr. Moez Mansoura, Prof. Mohamed Soussi
9:45am Sedimentary change between marine and isolated environments in the active Corinth Rift
Dr. Shunli Li, Dr. Robert Gawthorpe, Dr. Mary Ford, Dr. Lisa McNeill, Prof. Xinghe Yu, Dr. Richard Collier, Dr. Liliane Janikian, Dr. Spyros Sergiou, Dr. sofia Pechlivanidou, Dr. Jack Gillespie
10:00am
11:30am Syn-tectonic deposition in the tidal straits of the Jurassic Hebridean basins
Dr. Stuart Archer, Prof. Ronald Steel, Dr. Donatella Mellere, Dr. Brian Cullen
11:45am Morphology and Late Pleistocene-Holocene Sedimentation of the Bosporus Strait
Prof. M.Namık Çağatay, Dr. K.Kadir Eriş, Dr. Zeynep Erdem
12:00pm Depositional processes evolution in the Aquitanian Gulf in SE France, a precursor of perialpine seaway
Mr. Jean-Loup Rubino, Mr. Amir Kalifi, Mr. Bastien Huet, Prof. Albert Galy, Dr. Philippe Sorrel, Dr. Philippe-Hervé Leloup, Dr. Vincenzo Spina, Dr. Bernard Pittet, Dr. Martine Bez, Dr. Oliver Parize, Dr. Serge Ferry, Prof. Raphael Pik
12:15pm Influence of the Strait of Gibraltar in the sedimentation of the Western Alboran Sea (SW Mediterranean)
Dr. Gemma Ercilla, Dr. Carmen Juan, Mr. Ferran Estrada, Prof. Belen Alonso, Dr. David Casas, Dr. Juan-Tomás Vázquez, Dr. Elia D’Acremont, Prof. Christian Gorini
12:30pm When tides erase allocyclic signals: examples from the Curtis Formation, Utah, USA
Dr. Valentin Zuchuat, Mr. Arve Rein Nes Sleveland, Mr. Ross P. Pettigrew, Mr. Thomas J.H. Dodd, Dr. Stuart Clarke, Prof. Alvar Braathen, Prof. Ivar Midtkandal
12:45pm Bedforms and grain size pattern in tidal inlets: paired signatures of hydraulic and morphological partitioning
Prof. Giorgio Fontolan, Dr. Annelore Bezzi, Dr. Alex Paganin, Dr. Daniele Malagugini, Dr. Giulia Casagrande, Dr. Simone Pillon, Dr. Davide Martinucci, Dr. Marco Lipizer, Dr. Andrea Zamariolo
1:00pm
2:00pm A late Quaternary tidal strait in southern Brazil
Prof. Andrew Cooper, Dr. Andrew Green, Dr. Ricardo Meireles, Dr. Antonio Henrique F. Klein, Prof. Elírio E. Toldo Jr
2:15pm Tidalites and facies shifts in response to relative sea level changes, Southern Riffian Corridor, Morocco
Mr. Daan Beelen, Dr. Lesli Wood, Prof. Mohamed Najib Zaghloul, Mr. Michiel Arts, Mr. Ismail Ouahbi, Prof. Faouziya Haissen, Ms. Meryem Redouane
2:30pm Sedimentary features on the Messina Strait and its northern entrance
Prof. Francesco Latino Chiocci, Dr. Eleonora Martorelli, Dr. Daniele Casalbore, Dr. Federico Falcini
2:45pm Strait deltas influenced by alongshore tidal currents: what can we expect to see? An example from the Siderno Basin
Dr. Valentina Rossi, Prof. Sergio G. Longhitano, Dr. Donatella Mellere, Dr. Domenico Chiarella, Prof. Ronald Steel, Dr. Cornel Olariu, Prof. Robert W. Dalrymple
3:00pm Transgression in Permian fluvio-marine Lower Gondwana successions, peninsular India – reconstructing possible seaway within Gondwanaland continents
Prof. Biplab Bhattacharya
3:15pm The Plio-pleistocene M.Torre Palaeostrait (Southern Italy): sedimentary and palaeoecological markers of the bathyal Strait dynamics
Mr. Francois Raisson, Dr. Pascal Barrier
4:00pm Poster Session 7.E Modern and ancient straits and seaways: towards a universal model for their sedimentary dynamics
Museo di Arte Classica
It’s long way to the top, if you want rock ‘n’ roll (What we know and what that we still need to know on tidal straits)
Prof. Sergio G. Longhitano, Dr. Domenico Chiarella
An ancient tidal sand ridge in a tide-dominated seaway(lower Pleistocene SidernoBasin, Calabria, Italy)
Dr. Antonio Nappi, Dr. Fabio Olita, Dr. Valentina Rossi, Dr. Donatella Mellere, Dr. Domenico Chiarella, Prof. Marcello Tropeano, Prof. Robert W. Dalrymple, Prof. Ronald Steel, Prof. Sergio G. Longhitano
The middle Miocene ‘Sabbie di Florinas’ Fm in the Logudoro Basin (Italy): towards the identification of the ancient Sardinian Seaway?
Dr. Donatella Telesca, Dr. Marco Pistis, Prof. Vincenzo Pascucci, Prof. Marcello Tropeano, Prof. Luisa Sabato, Prof. Sergio G. Longhitano
A carbonate wedge generated by gateway-funnelling of episodic currents
Dr. Arnoud Slootman, Prof. Poppe de Boer, Dr. Matthieu Cartigny, Dr. Elias Samankassou, Prof. Andrea Moscariello
8.A OIchnology, trace fossils and depositional environment
Room 8 ESD
Chaired by: Prof. Francisco Javier Rodríguez-Tovar and Dr. Andreas Wetzel
8:30am Root Traces in Pliocene Alluvial Conglomerates of the Sorbas Basin, Almería, SE Spain
Dr. Raúl Esperante, Prof. Francisco Javier Rodríguez-Tovar
8:45am Ichnology and sedimentology of the trace fossil-bearing fluvial red beds from the lowermost member of the Paleocene Funing Formation in the Jinhu Depression, Subei Basin, East China
Dr. Xuewen Zhou, Prof. Zaixing Jiang
9:00am Composite ichnofabrics from meandering fluvial systems: the Miocene Lower Freshwater Molasse of Switzerland
Dr. Luis Buatois, Dr. Andreas Wetzel, Prof. M. Gabriela Mangano
9:15am Trace fossils from of an upper Cambrian incised estuarine valley in northwest Argentina: Evolutionary and ecologic controls in a marginal-marine setting
Prof. M. Gabriela Mangano, Dr. Luis Buatois
9:30am Trace fossils document dynamics within Holocene incised-valley fill deposits (ancient Red River, Gulf of Tonkin)
Dr. Andreas Wetzel
9:45am Interaction of boring organisms with corals. Entobia ichnofacies development in a transgressive nearshore scenario
Dr. Alice Giannetti, Dr. Santiago Falces-Delgado, Dr. José Francisco Baeza-Carratalá
10:00am
11:30am Session Keynote Talk Biogenic sedimentary structures in tsunami deposits provide useful information
Dr. Koji Seike (Geological Survey of Japan, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
12:00pm Tubular tidalites as a tool to detect Miocene tidal signatures (Algarve, Southern Portugal
Prof. Francisco Javier Rodríguez-Tovar, Prof. Eduardo Mayoral, Dr. Ana Santos, Dr. Javier Dorador, Dr. Andreas Wetzel
12:15pm Ichnological analysis of Bottom Current Reworked Sands; IODP U1389 and U1388 sites, Gulf of Cadiz
Ms. Sandra De Castro Santos, Prof. Francisco Javier Rodríguez-Tovar, Prof. Francisco Javier Hernández-Molina, Dr. Javier Dorador
12:30pm Marine hyperpycnites: Trace-fossil variability and other characteristics from outcrop and subsurface (Late Miocene, SE Spain)
Dr. Fernando García-García, Prof. Francisco Javier Rodríguez-Tovar, Mr. Luis Miguel Yeste, Dr. Miquel Poyatos-Moré, Prof. César Viseras, Mr. Marc Gil-Ortiz
12:45pm Beds with Intense Bioturbation and High Gamma Ray Readings – Scientific Observations, Characterization, and Conjectures of Origin, Case Study from Lower Cretaceous McMurray Formation, Alberta, Canada
Dr. Milovan Fustic, Dr. Rajeev Nair, Mr. Raza Siddiqui, Dr. Jagos Radovic, Dr. Manuel Bringue
4:00pm Poster Session 8.A OIchnology, trace fossils and depositional environment
Museo di Arte Classica
New data on Upper Eocene deep-sea trace fossils in the Lisi Anticline, Georgia
Ms. Nino Kobakhidze, Prof. Zurab Lebanidze, Ms. Tamar Beridze, Mr. Davit Makadze, Mr. Koba Lobzhanidze, Prof. Alfred Uchman
Trace fossils in Paleocene-Lower Eocene deep-sea sediments (“Borjomi Flysh”) of the Achara-Trialeti Fold-Thrust Belt
Prof. Zurab Lebanidze, Ms. Tamar Beridze, Ms. Nino Kobakhidze, Ms. Sophio Khutsishvili, Dr. Rusudan Chagelishvili, Prof. Kakha Koiava, Mrs. Nino Khundadze, Prof. Alfred Uchman
Paleoenvironmental conditions at the Cenomanian-Turonian boundary interval on a collapsing slope setting: The ichnological record from the southern Spain
Prof. Francisco Javier Rodríguez-Tovar, Prof. Alfred Uchman, Dr. Matias Reolid, Dr. Carlos Sánchez-Quiñónez
Macaronichnus and contourite depositional settings: nutrients and bottom currents as coupling factors
Mr. Olmo Miguez-Salas, Prof. Francisco Javier Rodríguez-Tovar, Mr. Wouter de Weger
Sedimentary characteristics and evolution of the prototype basin in Early Permian to Early Middle Permian in the west Bogda Mountain outcrop area, China
Mr. Xintong Wang, Prof. Yingchang Cao
Palaeoenvironmental changes during Pleistocene: An integrative approach of biotic and abiotic proxies
Dorador, Prof. Francisco Javier Rodríguez-Tovar, Dr. Fátima Abrantes, Dr. Teresa Rodrigues, Mr. José F. Cabrera-Ortiz, Prof. David A.V. Hodell
Ichnofacies evolution in a bottom current affected environment: approaching the depositional context
Mr. Olmo Miguez-Salas, Prof. Francisco Javier Rodríguez-Tovar
Sedimentary and geochemical characterization of Neogene siliceous formations in northern Honshu island, Japan
Mr. Paolo Martizzi, Prof. Shun Chiyonobu, Prof. Hiroyuki Arato
The Cambrian Substrate Revolution and Biogenic Controls on Seafloor Environments.
Ms. Catherine Mascord, Dr. Liam Herringshaw, Dr. Krysia Mazik, Prof. Daniel Parsons, Dr. Duncan McIlroy
Non-invasive techniques to characterise the ichnological content of cores from modern marine sediments
Dr. Javier Dorador, Prof. Francisco Javier Rodríguez-Tovar, Dr. Jurgen Titschack
Integrated facies and trace-fossil analysis of a shallow-marine transgressive succession (Late Miocene, SE Spain)
Dr. Miquel Poyatos-Moré, Dr. Fernando García-García, Dr. Jesús Soria, Prof. Francisco Javier Rodríguez-Tovar, Dr. Fernando Pérez-Valera, Dr. Juan Peral, Prof. César Viseras, Prof. Ivar Midtkandal
Paleoenviromental changes in the westernmost Mediterranean over the last 80 kyr: An integrative geochemical and ichnological approach
Mr. Santiago Casanova-Arenillas, Prof. Francisco Javier Rodríguez- Tovar, Dr. Francisca Martínez-Ruiz
Ichnological analysis as a tool for assessing deep-marine circulation at the Alboran basin (Western Mediterranean)
Mr. Santiago Casanova-Arenillas, Prof. Francisco Javier Rodríguez- Tovar, Dr. Francisca Martínez-Ruiz
Ichnological analysis of shallow marine mixed bio-siliciclastic Pliocene deposits in the Agua Amarga section (Spain)
Ms. Weronika Łaska, Prof. Francisco Javier Rodríguez-Tovar, Prof. Alfred Uchman
Bichordites dominated ichnoassemblage from Pliocene shallow marine high-energy environments (Río Alías, SE Spain)
Ms. Weronika Łaska, Prof. Francisco Javier Rodríguez-Tovar, Prof. Alfred Uchman
Sedimentation processes and paleoenvironments in the Northern Barents Sea during the last deglaciation
Prof. Ivar Murdmaa, Prof. Elena Ivanova
Depositional Environments and Paleogeography of the Lower Devonian Subbat Member, Jauf Formation, Saudi Arabia
Mr. Hasan Algheryafi, Prof. Khalid Al-Ramadan, Prof. César Viseras, Mr. Abdulaziz Al-Duaiji, Mr. Salem Shammari
Linking dinosaur footprints to sequence stratigraphy: the Molfetta-quarry case-study (Apulia Carbonate Platform, southern Italy)
Prof. Marcello Tropeano, Dr. Marco Petruzzelli, Dr. Mauro Caffau, Dr. Fabio Massimo Petti, Prof. Luisa Sabato, Dr. Luigi Spalluto
Bioturbation and sedimentation rate in prodeltas
Dr. Janok Bhattacharya
Biogenic reworking patterns in highly bioturbated shallow-marine transgressive successions ( Jurassic, Neuquén Basin, Argentina)
Dr. Ernesto Schwarz, Dr. Miquel Poyatos-Moré, Dr. Salvador Boya, Dr. Luz Elena Gomis Cartesio
Influence of weathering on paleo-environmental proxies in black shale : A case study in Kalpin area,China
Ms. Han Quan, Dr. Xiuxiang Lv
Tortono-messinian paleoenvironments of bivalves (mollusks) from the northwestern of Algeria (M’sirda basin)
Dr. Satour Linda, Prof. Bessedik Mostefa, Prof. Lahcene Belkebir
Complex heterogeneity resulting from interplay of platform shedding, bioturbation, and diagenesis on a distally steepened carbonate ramp (Miocene, Great Bahama Bank)
Prof. Tracy Frank, Mr. Ryan Mustacato
Ichnological and sedimentological characterization of a regressive-transgressive sequence boundary in the Middle Miocene Pisco Formation, S Peru.
Prof. Fabian Figueroa, Dr. Raúl Esperante, Prof. Orlando Poma
Campanian-Maastrichtian ichnology in northwestern Colombia: paleoenvironmental implications
Mr. Carlos Ariel Giraldo Villegas, Prof. Francisco Javier Rodríguez- Tovar, Mrs. Estefania Angulo, Mr. Sergio Celis, Dr. Andrés Pardo, Mr. Diego Felipe Vallejo
Palaeoenvironmental reconstruction of the Sedimentitas de Puerto-Escondido: evolution of a Miocene sequence in the Colombian-Caribbean
Mr. Sergio Celis, Mr. Diego Felipe Vallejo, Mr. Raúl Andrés Trejos, Mr. Alejandro Rodas, Ms. Isabel Márquez, Ms. Andrea Ospina, Mr. Andrés Salazar, Mr. Carlos Ariel Giraldo Villegas, Dr. Andrés Pardo
New data on Permian deposits of Wrangel island – fauna, sedimentology, paleogeography
Prof. Marianna Tuchkova, Dr. Tatiana Filimonova, Dr. Tatiana Isakova, Prof. Sergey Sokolov, Ms. Veleria Beloshey
9.B Arenite petrology for unravelling hinterland and offshore paleogeography. A tribute to Gian Gaspare Zuffa
Blue Room 2
Chaired by: Prof. Salvatore Critelli, William Cavazza, Prof. Eduardo Garzanti, Prof. Rosanna De Rosa, Prof. Daniela Fontana, Prof. Jose Arribas and Prof. Cristina Stefani
12:00pm Session Keynote Talk The missing link of Rodinia break up in western South America: A zircon U-Pb and Hf isotope study of the volcanosedimentary Chilla beds (Altiplano, Bolivia)
Prof. Heinrich Bahlburg (University of Münster), Prof. Udo Zimmermann, Dr. Jasper Berndt, Dr. Axel Gerdes
12:30pm Use of composition and texture of sands for evaluating liquefaction and extrusion phenomena.
Prof. Daniela Fontana, Prof. Stefano Lugli, Dr. Aura Cecilia Salocchi
12:45pm A source-to-sink compositional model of a present highstand: the low-rank Tiber Depositional Sequence (Latium, Italy)
Dr. Daniel Tentori, Prof. Salvatore Milli, Prof. Kathleen Marsaglia
1:00pm
2:00pm Integrating sediment provenance and palynological analyses for reconstructing Late Quaternary paleogeographic evolution of the Venetian Plain (NE Italy)
Dr. Arianna Marcolla, Dr. Alessandra Asioli, Dr. Antonella Miola, Dr. Giovanni Monegato, Prof. Paolo Mozzi, Prof. Cristina Stefani
2:15pm Sedimentary Evolution and Tectonic Inversion from Middle Permian to Early Triassic, Bogda Mountain, NW China
Ms. Yanqing Shi, Prof. Hancheng Ji, Prof. Qingping Weng
2:30pm Detrital signatures of the Late Cretaceous to Paleogene Adria- Europe collision in the Dinarides
Prof. Borna Lužar-Oberiter, Prof. Blanka Cvetko Tešović, Prof. Alan Moro, Dr. Maja Martinuš, Mr. Šimun Aščić, Dr. Frane Marković, Prof. Dražen Balen
2:45pm High Resolution Records for The East Asia Winter Monsoon Evolution and The Climate Events in Shelf Mud Sediments during The Holocene
Prof. Anchun Li
3:00pm Provenance of Mesozoic to Cenozoic circum-Mediterranean sandstones in relation to tectonic setting
Prof. Salvatore Critelli
3:15pm Interplay of multiple sediment sources in the Jaca foreland basin (Southern Pyrenees)
Mr. Xavier Coll Carrillo, Dr. David Gómez-Gras, Dr. Marta Roige, Dr. Salvador Boya, Dr. Antonio Teixell, Dr. Miquel Poyatos-Moré
4:00pm Poster Session 9.B Arenite petrology for unravelling hinterland and offshore paleogeography. A tribute to Gian Gaspare Zuffa
Museo di Arte Classica
Carbonate sands in oceanic volcanic islands: examples from Cabo Verde Archipelago
Prof. Jose Arribas, Prof. Mª Eugenia Arribas, Prof. Emilia Le Pera, Dr. Consuele Morrone, Prof. Mª José Huertas, Prof. Eumenio Ancochea
Provenance imprints from Cabo Verde volcanic beach sands
Prof. Emilia Le Pera, Dr. Consuele Morrone, Prof. Jose Arribas, Prof. Mª José Huertas, Prof. Eumenio Ancochea, Prof. Mª Eugenia Arribas
Alteration and material migration of detrital zircon from sandstone-type uranium deposit in Ordos Basin, China
Ms. Yuhan Sun, Mr. Yangquan Jiao
Compositional and textural study of modern beach sands in the active volcanic area of Campania region (southern Italy)
Dr. Consuele Morrone, Prof. Emilia Le Pera, Prof. Kathleen Marsaglia, Prof. Rosanna De Rosa
Provenance indicator of igneous rocks by utilizing cathodoluminescence characteristics of plagioclase
Mr. Shintaro Inoue, Prof. Tohru Ohta
The drainage evolution in the Veneto Foreland during the late Miocene – Pliocene
Dr. Giovanni Monegato, Prof. Cristina Stefani
4D Stratigraphic Forward Modeling for New Insight into the Sedimentary Evolution in Albert Basin, Uganda
Mr. Lei Fang, Mr. Yingchun Zhang, Mr. Wei Xu, Mr. Zunzeng Ge, Mr. Jun Liu, Ms. Jingyun Zou
Foraminiferal-Biostratigraphy and Depositional-Environment of the Drilled Mesozoic-Succession of the Durban Basin, East Coast, South Africa
Mr. Joseph Nsingi Mayala
Late Triassic continental weathering fluctuations recorded in pelagic sediments distributed in Inuyama section, central Japan
Mr. Tenichi Cho, Prof. Tohru Ohta
The degree of continental weathering rates during Toarcian oceanic anoxic event
Ms. Arisa Nakano, Prof. Tohru Ohta
Rupelian volcaniclastic source in Central Mediterranean: U-Pb detrital zircon ages from Tufiti di Tusa Formation
Prof. Annamaria Fornelli, Dr. Salvatore Gallicchio, Dr. Antonio Langone, Dr. Francesca Micheletti
Heavy-mineral provenance signatures during the evolution from marine to terrestrial environments in the Jaca basin (Southern Pyrenees)
Mr. Xavier Coll Carrillo, Dr. David Gómez-Gras, Dr. Marta Roige, Dr. Salvador Boya, Dr. Antonio Teixell, Dr. Miquel Poyatos-Moré
Fluvial sediments provenance analysis across P/T boundary at Allan Hills (Victoria Land, Antarctica) through sandstone petrography, detrital garnet composition and detrital zircon ages
Mr. Giovanni Pio Liberato, Prof. Gianluca Cornamusini, Mr. Luca Zurli, Prof. Jusun Woo, Ms. Valentina Corti, Dr. Jae-Ryong Oh, Prof. Franco Maria Talarico
An intense weathered Late Neogene product from SW Iberia: The “Raña” unit
Prof. Jose Arribas, Prof. Guillermina Garzón, Prof. Rosa Tejero, Prof. Meaza Tsije
Provenance determination of detrital grains by utilizing cathodoluminescence spectrum of quartz
Mr. Yasunori Marumo, Prof. Tohru Ohta
Sandstone petrography and mudrock mineralogy of the Late Miocene Agnone Formation (Molise, Italy)
Dr. Gloria Campilongo, Dr. Daniel Tentori, Prof. Francesco Perri, Dr. Vincenzo Tripodi, Prof. Salvatore Milli, Prof. Salvatore Critelli
11.C Sedimentology at reservoir-scale: recent improvements and way forward
Room Calasso
Chaired by: Francesco Bigoni, Massimo Catanzaro and Ornella Borromeo and Giancarlo Davoli
8:30am A punctuated transgressive model for deposition of the shallow marine Upper Jurassic reservoir sandstones in the Johan Sverdrup field, Norway
Dr. Henrik Olsen
8:45am Characterization of the geometry of fluvial channel bodies: implications for object-based models of the subsurface
Dr. Luca Colombera, Prof. Nigel P. Mountney, Dr. Giacomo Medici
9:00am Facies Stacking Based Sequences and Play Concepts for the Zubair Formation in Kuwait
Dr. Saifullah Tanoli, Ms. Abrat Albloushi, Ms. Ghaida Al-Sahlan, Mr. Meshal Al-Wadi
9:15am Towards Geocellular modelling of highly heterogeneous reservoirs. A Triassic example
Mr. Luis Miguel Yeste, Dr. Ricardo Palomino, Dr. Neil McDougall, Prof. César Viseras, Dr. Augusto Varela, Dr. Fernando García-García
9:30am Reservoir characteristics of gravity-flow channels in steep slope of lacustrine rift basins
Ms. Wenze Yang, Prof. Jiagen Hou, Mr. Luxing Dou, Prof. Yuming Liu
9:45am Sedimentology of pre-salt clastic reservoirs in the South Gabon sub-basin with image log tools
Mr. Marc Gil Ortiz, Ms. Noemí Tur, Mr. David García Fernández- Valderrama, Mr. Fernando Leandro, Dr. Álvaro Jiménez Berrocoso, Dr. María Ochoa, Dr. Laura Ines Net, Dr. Oscar Fernandez, Ms. Cristina Manrique, Ms. Valvanera García, Ms. Macarena Nocito
10:00am
11:30am 3D coastal outcrop modelling for deep-water system characterization using photogrammetry workflows, Hikurangi margin
Mr. Corentin Chaptal, Ms. Barbara Claussmann, Dr. Geoffroy Mahieux, Dr. Frank Chanier, Dr. Julien Bailleul
11:45am Facies Analysis Using Machine Learning Techniques With Logs and Core Data: an Application to the Johan Castberg Field – Norway
Ms. Maura Serreli
12:00pm Session Keynote Talk Bridging the Gap: From Outcrop to Geomodel
Mr. James Mullins (The University of Aberdeen), Dr. Bjorn Nyberg, Dr. Christian Eide, Dr. Alessandro Comunian, Prof. Philippe Renard, Dr. Julien Straubhaar, Ms. Sarah Weihmann, Prof. John Howell
12:30pm Improving the predictive resolution of modern analogues for rift basin carbonate platform reservoir modelling
Dr. Alexander Petrovic, Ms. Indah Putri, Ms. Nur Liyana Yahaya, Dr. Pankaj Khanna, Prof. Volker Vahrenkamp
12:45pm Grain shoal reservoir characteristics within high-frequency sequence framework in Longwangmiao Formation , Sichuan Basin
Ms. Xin Xu, Prof. Mingyi Hu, Prof. Yushuang Zhu, Prof. Linyu Liu
1:00pm
2:00pm Reservoir-scale facies analysis of a Zechstein 2 carbonate outcrop analogue, northern Germany
Ms. Kim Nokar, Dr. Stefan Back, Dr. Lars Reuning, Mr. Philipp Meissner, Prof. Peter A. Kukla
2:15pm Carbonates through Time and Space: Carbonate Prediction and Reservoir Characterization
Dr. Jeroen Kenter, Prof. Jean Borgomano, Dr. Yannick Donnadieu, Dr. Alexandre Pohl, Dr. Julien Michel, Dr. Alexandre Letteron, Dr. Cyprien Lanteaume, Ms. Celine Baral
2:30pm Application of NMR in characterization of pore structure of tight sandstone reservoir: Example from Triassic Yanchang Formation of Maling oil field in the Ordos Basin, China
Mr. Zheng Yang, Prof. Shenghe Wu, Dr. Ke Zhang, Mr. Zhenzhen Ma
2:45pm Assessing HPHT sandstone reservoir quality: Identifying the reality
Dimitrios Charlaftis, Dr. Stuart Jones, Dr. Philip Dyer, Dr. Katherine Dobson, Dr. Sanem Acikalin, Dr. Mark Osborne
3:00pm Discussion of clay coating formation and biological influence on the process
Dr. Sanem Acikalin, Ms. Alison Hendry, Ms. Claire McGhee
3:15pm Interrelations among tectonic and sedimentary controls on 10 Myr sedimentation rates evolution (South-Pyrenean foreland basin).
Mr. Andreu Vinyoles, Prof. Miguel López-Blanco, Prof. Miguel Garcés, Mr. Pau Arbués, Dr. Luis Valero, Dr. Elisabet Beamud, Dr. Belén Oliva- Urcia, Dr. Patricia Cabello
4:00pm Poster Session 11.C Sedimentology at reservoir-scale: recent improvements and way forward
Museo di Arte Classica
3D Modeling of Fluvial Facies in Sulige Gas Field of Ordos Basin,China
Mr. Jinbu Li, Mr. Wen Xu, Dr. Zhongqiang Sun
Geological modeling of distributary channel sandbody with meandering property. An example from the PI oil layer at east of Xingliu district in Xingshugang Oilfild in Daqing Placanticline in Songliao Basin
Mr. Yao Xiang, Mr. Yangquan Jiao
Sedimentological, Architectural Features and Significances of Tidal-generated Sand Bodies: A Review
Mr. Yang Li, Dr. Zhenkui Jin
Sedimentological Understanding from the Rock Cuttings in the Core Scarce Triassic Minjur Formation in Kuwait
Ms. Abrat Albloushi, Dr. Saifullah Tanoli, Mr. Yousef Al-Azmi, Mr. Meshal Al-Wadi
Oil reservoirs in basal terrigenous sediments of the sedimentary cover of different types of basins
Mrs. Elena Zhukovskaia, Ms. Evgeniia Milei
Sedimentary characteristics of shallow-water delta in Chang six member of Upper Triassic Yanchang Formation in Ansai Oilfield, China
Prof. Yixiu Zhu, Mr. Chengyu Yang, Ms. Huan Wang
Diagnostics features of hydrocarbon reservoirs in delta deposits according to core and well log data
Ms. Ana Gogic, Mrs. Elena Zhukovskaia, Ms. Irina Zahirovic, Ms. Evgeniia Milei
Sedimentological and Reservoir Characterization of Hith Formation in Kuwait
Ms. Shamaa Alrashidi, Mr. Dabeer Khan
Characteristics and Prediction Methods of the Cambrian Sub-salt Dolomite Reservoirs in Tarim Basin, NW China
Dr. Tianyu Ji, Prof. Wei Yang, Prof. Renhai Pu, Dr. Xueqiong Wu
Sedimentary facies and dolomitization model of Middle Permian Qixia Formation in Northwest Sichuan basin, China
Mr. Bo Li, Mr. Xingzhi Wang, Mrs. Xuefei Yang, Mr. Shengyang Xie, Mr. Fei Huo
The occurrence characteristics and dominant influential factors of movable fluids in the tight oil reservoir: A case study of the Triassic tight sandstone of gravity flow sediments in Ordos Basin, China
Dr. Junjie Wang, Prof. Shenghe Wu
Pore characterization and shale facies analysis of the Ordovician- Silurian transition of northern Guizhou, South China: The controls of shale facies on pore distribution
Dr. Yifan Li, Prof. Juergen Schieber, Prof. Tailiang Fan
Pore-throat characteristics of tight sandy conglomerate reservoirs in Es4 Member, Dongying Depression, China
Ms. Wenze Yang, Prof. Jiagen Hou, Mr. Luxing Dou, Prof. Yuming Liu
Comparion of Fluid Movability of Tight Oil Reservoirsbetween Paleogene Shahejie Formation in Bohai Bay Basin and Benxi Formation in Ordos Basin
Ms. XiRong Wang, Prof. Fujie Jiang, Ms. Tianyu Zheng
Dolomite Reservoir Heterogeneity Analysis Based on CT Imaging Technology
Dr. Hu Anping, Dr. Kedan Zhu, Ms. Tong Lin, Mr. Zhang You
Study on Diagenesis of Tight Sandstone: A Case in Northwest Sichuan Basin,China
Mr. Kewen Feng, Ms. Xue ke Wang, Prof. Wei Li
Diagenetic facies and reservoir quality prediction via well logs
Dr. Jin Lai, Prof. Guiwen Wang, Ms. Xiaojiao Pang
Correlation between uranium mineralization and local sedimentary-tectonic evolution of the Cenozoic Shangganchaigou Formation in the western Qaidam Basin, Tibetan Plateau
Dr. Daotao Dong, Dr. Qiu Longwei, Mr. Wang Yuzhe
Diagenseis and porosity evolution of Palaeogene sandstone reservoirs in NO.3 structural belt of Nanpu sag
Mr. Jiaqi Yang, Prof. Youliang Ji, Mr. Hao Wu
Impact of diagenesis on reservoir quality of tight sandstone
Dr. Qinghai Xu
Characteristics and Main Controlling Factors of Middle Permian Qixia Formation reservoirs in NW Sichuan Basin
Mr. Pan Lin
Using Ultraviolet Light for Fast Sedimentological Analysis and Characterization of Reservoir Rocks: A Case Study of the Upper Miocene Sediments from the Sava Depression, Croatia.
Mr. Mario Matošević, Mr. Krešimir Krizmanić, Ms. Slađana Zlatar, Ms. Morana Hernitz Kučenjak, Mr. Goran Mikša, Ms. Gabrijela Pecimotika
11.G Seismic Geomorphology and Seismic Sedimentology: Improvements and Applications
Room Partenone
Chaired by: Dr. Hongliu Zeng and Prof. Xiaomin Zhu
8:30am From seismic geomorphology to seismic sedimentology: the benefits
Dr. Hongliu Zeng, Prof. Xiaomin Zhu
8:45am Seismic sedimentology interpretation of fluvial reservoir architecture in mature oilfields: A case study in Gudong oil field, Bohai Bay Basin, China
Prof. Xianguo Zhang, Dr. Hongliu Zeng, Prof. Chengyan Lin, Mr. Xiaoxiao Wu
9:00am Seismic sedimentologic study of facies and reservoir in Middle Triassic Karamay Formation Mahu Sag, Junggar Basin, China
Dr. Zhaohui Xu, Dr. Wenzhi Zhao, Dr. Suyun Hu, Mrs. Lu Wang, Mr. Zaiyuan Hu, Mr. Guanghui Xu, Mr. Xiao Hu, Dr. Congsheng Bian, Dr. Yongxin Li, Mr. Jin Du
9:15am Analysis of river sedimentary system by multi-scale seismic sedimentation study
Mr. Yunfeng Huang, Dr. Yang Zhanlong, Mr. Hu KaiFeng, Mr. Jingyi Guo, Ms. Lv Lei
9:30am Genesis and Prediction of Beach Bar Sand Body in Depressed Lacustrine in Tarim Basin,China
Prof. Zhang Huiliang, Dr. Zhao Jilong, Dr. Chen Ge
9:45am Application of numerical simulation in the study of sedimentary facies
Dr. Yakai Song, Dr. Xinyu Hou, Dr. Taiju Yin
10:00am
11:30am Seismic geomorphology of mass transport complexes and their influence to carbonate submarine channels, Browse Basin, Australia
Mr. Dallas Dunlap, Dr. Xavier Janson, Mr. Leo Zeng
11:45am Seismic sedimentological evidence for filling process of western Central Canyon System controlled by the evolution of the Tibetan Plateau and the East Asia monsoon since the Late Miocene, South China Sea
Dr. Dawei Wang, Dr. Weiwei Wang, Dr. Hongliu Zeng
12:00pm Types, characteristics and sedimentary model of deep- watergravity flow deposition in the steep slope zone of terrestrial faulted lacustrine basin —A case study on the Es4S submember of Shengtuo Area in Dongying Depression, East China
Mr. Bingyi Chen, Prof. Chengyan Lin, Dr. Cunfei Ma
12:15pm Seismic Geomorphology of Sublacustrine Slope Channel Systems, Late Cretaceous Songliao Basin, China
Prof. Huaqing Liu, Mr. Ming Feng, Mr. Jingyi Guo
12:30pm Sedimentology and seismic geomorphology of a lacustrine depositional system from the deep zone of the Gaoyou Sag, eastern China
Dr. Dong Wu
12:45pm Applying PCA to seismic attributes for interpretation of evaporite facies: Lower Triassic Jialingjiang Formation, Sichuan Basin, China
Dr. Suyun Hu, Mrs. Lu Wang, Mr. Guanghui Xu, Mr. Xiao HU, Dr. Congsheng Bian, Mr. Zaiyuan Hu, Ms. Yuanyuan Hu, Mr. Jin Du, Dr. Zhaohui Xu
1:00pm
2:00pm Reconstruction of sediment-dispersal patterns using seismic sedimentology in the southeastern Zhanhua Sag, Bohai Bay Basin, China
Prof. Xiaomin Zhu
2:15pm Seismic-scale basin-fill architecture in the Late Neogene Lake Pannon SW Pannonian basin, Croatia
Mr. Marko Špelić, Dr. Orsolya Sztanó
2:30pm Seismic Subtle Sequence Boundary Identification and Fine-scale Depositional System Study in Lacustrine Basin
Mrs. Xuemei Sha
2:45pm Late Cretaceous Lysing Turbidite Reservoir Characterization of the Dønna Terrace, Norwegian Sea
Mr. Bing Wang, Dr. Lothar Schulte, Mr. Archit Sharma, Prof. Jingyan Liu, Mr. Muhammad Junaid Yaqoob
3:00pm Session Keynote Talk Seismic Geomorphology: From the Earth’s Ocean Depths to the Distal Planets, a revolution in reconstructing paleo-landscapes and –seascapes
Dr. Lesli Wood (Colorado School of Mines)
4:00pm Poster Session 11.G Seismic Geomorphology and Seismic Sedimentology: Improvements and Applications
Museo di Arte Classica
Application of Geophysics in the Sedimentological Analysis: A case study from H7-S1 Formation of Sulige Gas Field in Ordos Basin,China
Dr. Zhongqiang Sun, Prof. Jinliang Zhang, Dr. Yang Li
Fluvial channel bodies evolution analysis and quantitative characterization of Sarybulak Block in South Turgay Basin
Dr. Kai Guo, Mr. Leyuan Fan, Ms. Yang Li
Hydrocarbon Generation Implications of a Piggy-Back Basin in a Complex Fold and Thrust Belt
Dr. Efthymios Tripsanas, Dr. Ioannis Oikonomopoulos, Dr. Nikolaos Lykakis, Dr. Spilios Sotiropoulos
Seismic sedimentology approach for enhancing thin-bedded interpretation in the complex glacimarine shelf-edge depositional environment
Mr. Dicky Harishidayat, Prof. Ståle Emil Johansen, Prof. Kenneth Duffaut
Paleogeomorphic Influence on Facies Characteristics of Delta and the Prediction of Favorable Reservoir – An example from L oil field in Bohai bay, China
Mr. Cui Longtao
Shallow-water delta sedimentary and seismic characteristics in the west slope, Raoyang sag, Bohai bay Basin,China
Ms. Lei Ye, Prof. Xiaomin Zhu
Research on High Resolution Seismic Sedimentology –Application Examples to Thin Reservoir in Huizhou Depression
Mr. Liu Hao, Mr. Liu Lihui
Identification of ancient volcanoes in seismic and its relationship with deep faults
Dr. Xiaoguang Yang, Prof. Shaobin Guo
Inverted topography and differential compaction: proxies to estimate lithology distributions in glacially influenced Paleozoic sections.
Dr. Nikolaos Michael, Mr. Luis Giroldi, Mr. Tahar Rahem
Lithology mapping of a mixed siliciclastic−carbonate−evaporite system using 3D seismic and well data: Lower Triassic Jialingjiang Formation, Sichuan Basin, southwestern China
Dr. Tongshan WANG, Mr. Guanghui Xu, Dr. Tong Lin, Mr. Zaiyuan Hu, Mrs. Lu Wang, Ms. Yuanyuan Hu, Dr. Yongxin Li, Mr. Xiao Hu, Mr. Jin Du, Dr. Zhaohui Xu
Geomorphological Interpretation in Seismic Facies Recognition
Dr. sihai zhang
Concept And Application Of Compound Sand Architecture for Meandering Reservoir In Offshore Q Oil Field, Bohai Bay Basin, Eastern China
Dr. Laiming Song, Prof. Guangyi Hu, Dr. Tingen Fan, Mr. Xu Liang
Subsidence history of the North Pannonian Basin System (Danube Basin)
Mrs. Petronela Nováková, Dr. Samuel Rybár, Dr. Júlia Kotulová, Prof. Michal Nemčok, Mr. Tomáš Vlček
Quantitative characterization of braided river delta sandbody based on seismic sedimentology
Prof. Lihua Ren, Dr. Shuting Liu, Prof. Chengyan Lin, Prof. Xianguo Zhang, Prof. Chunmei Dong, Prof. Wensong Huang
Characteristics of Collapsed Paleokarst-cave Systems and Controlling Factors of Paleokarst Cave Development in the Lianglitage Formation, Halahatang Oilfield, Tarim Basin, NW China
Dr. Chaozhong Ning
The application of seismic sedimentology to predict beach and bar sand in Zhahaquan area of Qaidam Basin
Mr. Ping Zhang, Mr. Wang Jiangong
A new method of 3D seismic horizon auto-tracing and its application in seismic sedimentary analysis
Dr. Su Mingjun, Mr. Han Qingyun, Mr. Qian Feng, Mr. Yuan Cheng
Paleoclimate Constraints on the Evolution of Jurassic Channels in the Baijiahai Uplift, Junggar Basin
Mr. Jie Xiao, Dr. Jian Wang
Geomorphological and Sedimentological evolution of Sabarmati river basin Gujarat, Western India for Seismic Hazard Assessment
Mr. Nisarg Bhatt, Dr. Vasu Pancholi, Dr. Girish Kothyari, Dr. Rajesh Shah, Mr. Raj Sunil Kandregula