Abstract list - April 13, 2018

No First name  Surname (last name) Institution/Company/Organization Title of presentation
1 Elina Aidona Dept. of Geophysics, School of Geology, AUTh, Greece Investigation of the magnetic properties and trace elements in sediments from Thermaikos Gulf, NW Aegean Sea
2 LUIS ALVA-VALDIVIA Geophysics Institute UNAM Comprehensive paleomagnetic study suggest evidence of intra-arc deformation related to the Veracruz-Actopan fault system: neotectonics of the eastern part of the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt
3 Hermenegildo Barceinas Cruz Posgrado en Ciencias de la Tierra - UNAM Using thermomagnetic curves as indirect indicator of residual pollution on fluvial sediments affected by mining activities
4 Annemarieke Béguin Utrecht University Per-component Thellier-Thellier
5 Thomas Berndt Peking University Thermal fluctuations in FORC diagrams: the missing link between FORC diagrams and natural remanence acquisition
6 Thomas Berndt Peking University Paleomagnetic field reconstruction from mixtures of titanomagnetites
7 Andrea Regina Biedermann Institute for Rock Magnetism, University of Minnesota Magnetic Anisotropy of Ferromagnetic Grains – Comparison of Different Methods 
8 Andy Biggin University of Liverpool Detecting externally forced long term palaeomagnetic variations: insight from dynamo simulations 
9 Richard Bono University of Liverpool Magnetic Carriers in Metasediments of the Jack Hills (Western Australia): Constraints on Thermal History
10 Mariusz Burzyński Institute of Geophysic Polish Academy of Science Meta-igneous rocks from South-Western Oscar II Land (Western Spitsbergen) and their usefulness in palaeomagnetic investigations
11 Kristýna Čížková  Institute of Geology of the Czech Academy of Sciences  Integrated stratigraphy of the Jurassic-Cretaceous marine sequences: contribution to global boundary definition  
12 Lennart de Groot Utrecht University Isolating magnetic moments from individual grains in an assemblage - upscaling towards analyzing natural samples
13 Mark Dekkers Utrecht University Toward a full-vector geomagnetic field record (~130-550 ka) from the El Golfo section, El Hierro, Canary Islands, Spain
14 Katarzyna Dudzisz Instutute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences A detailed study on the magnetic mineralogy of the Lower Triassic sedimentary rocks from Spitsbergen
15 Sylwia Klaudia Dytłow Institute of Geophysics ,Polish Academy of Sciences Passive dust samplers as more effective study material than street dust for characteristic of traffic derived pollution
16 Ramon Egli ZAMG Discrimination of ferri- and antiferromagnetic iron oxides and oxyhydroxides of pedogenic origin
17 Tiiu Elbra Institute of Geology of the Czech Academy of Sciences Rock magnetic and paleomagnetic research of the Miocene sediments in the Teplice–Ústí nad Labem part of the Most Basin (Czech Republic)
18 Karl Fabian Geological Survey of Norway Uniqueness of magnetic moment reconstruction from combining surface scanning with tomography: Towards a revolution of the paleomagnetic measurement technique
19 Karl Fabian Geological Survey of Norway Thermochemical remanent magnetization of the ocean floor: A quantitative theory 
20 Karl Fabian Geological Survey of Norway Late Pleistocene magnetostratigraphic records from the western Svalbard-Barents Sea margin
21 Eric Font IDL-FCUL Magnetism of speleothems: advances and perspectives (withdrawn)
22 Tomasz Gonet Lancaster University Assessment of topsoil contamination near the Stanisław Siedlecki Polish Polar Station in Hornsund, Svalbard, using magnetic methods
23 Tomasz Gonet Lancaster University Magnetic properties of brake wear emissions - preliminary results
24 Beata Górka-Kostrubiec Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland  Identification of metallic iron in an urban dust using magnetometry, microscopic observations and Mössbauer spectroscopy
25 Jacek Grabowski Polish Geological Institute - National Research Institute Upper Berriasian magnetostratigraphy in the Mészkemence section, Mecsek Mts, (southern Hungary)
26 Jacek Grabowski Polish Geological Institute - National Research Institute Berriasian magnetic stratigraphy in Northern Calcareous Alps (Tirolicum, Northern Calcareous Alps) 
27 Hana Grison Institute of Geophysics of the Czech Academy of Sciences How magnetic susceptibility reflects the distribution of major and trace elements in forest Andosols in the French Massif Central
28 Ashley Gumsley Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences The geological and paleomagnetic evidence for a late Neoarchean to early Paleoproterozoic supercontinent
29 Magdalena Gwizdała Institution of Geophysics PAS Environmental conditions in the Werenskiold Glacier basin (Spitsbergen, Arctic): magnetic study
30 Erik Halvorsen The Centre of Earth Evolution and Dynamics, University of Oslo, Norway The magnetization history of sills from the Early Ctetaceous Diabasodden Suite, Svalbard
31 Aneta Hanc-Kuczkowska Institute of Material Science, University of Silesia Mössbauer analysis of iron oxides in topsoils
32 Bernard Henry IPGP, Paris, France AMS: evolution and perspectives
33 Ann Hirt ETH Zurich Rock magnetic techniques applied to environmental, material, and life sciences
34 Dmytro Hlavatskyi Institute of Geophysics of NAS of Ukraine Position of the Matuyama-Brunhes boundary in Pleistocene subaerial formation of Ukraine
35 Frantisek Hrouda Agico, Ltd. Magnetic sub-fabrics in rocks: measuring techniques and geological interpretation
36 Maria Jeleńska Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences Magnetometry used for comparison of heavy metals air pollution inside and outside home; case study from Warsaw
37 Diana Jordanova National Institute of Geophysics, Geodesy and Geography, BAS Magnetic and geochemical discrimination of wildfire affected soils
38 Neli Jordanova National Institute of Geophysics, Geodesy and Geography, BAS Enhanced magnetic susceptibility of burnt soils – does it evolve with time?
39 Jaroslav Kadlec Institute of Geophysics CAS Loess-palaeosol magnetism as a tool for reconstruction of past environmental processes: Examples from the Czech loess regions
40 Šimon Kdýr Institute of Geology of the Czech Academy of Sciences Preliminary rock magnetic and paleomagnetic results of the Holešice and Libkovice Member transition of the Most Basin (Burdigalian, Czech Republic)
41 Patrycja Kierlik Institute of Material Science, University of Silesia Application of Mössbauer spectroscopy in environmental research
42 Łukasz Kleszczewski University of Warsaw, Poland Palaeomagnetism of the Czajakowa Radiolarite Formation and the Czorsztyn Limestone Formation: an example from the Stare Bystre succession (Pieniny Klippen Belt) – preliminary results (student presentation)
43 Vladimír Kusbach The Institute of Geophysics of the Czech Academy of Sciences Magnetic fabric in ductile shear zones: analogue modelling
44 Barbara Lesniak ETH Zurich Magneto-spectroscopic properties of sediments of Benguela upwelling system
45 Marek Lewandowski Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences Palaeomagnetic inclination error in the red-beds deposits:  a contribution from the Ediacaran sedimentary rocks of the western part of the East European Platform
46 Pengfei Liu Institute of Geophysics,  ETH Zürich Delineating individual ferromagnetic minerals in synthetic mixtures of magnetite and hematite
47 Pontus Lurcock INGV Enviromagnetism and palaeomagnetism of Holocene sediments from Lake Ohau, New Zealand
48 Maciej Łoziński University of Warsaw, Faculty of Geology The application of AMS for deciphering structural and sedimentary evolution of the Orava Basin (Slovakia).
49 Tadeusz Magiera Institute of Environmental Engineering, Polish Academy of Sciences Technogenic magnetic particles in soils around different pollution sources
50 Oleksandr Menshov Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv Soil mapping with magnetic methods at the agriculture lands of Pechenigy, Ukraine 
51 Lena Merz Karlsruhe Institute of Technology - Institute of Appiled Geosciences Shear zone characterization by AMS: an example from the ICDP-COSC-1 drilling, Lower Seve nappe, Swedish Caledonides
52 Krzysztof Michalski Institute of Geophysics PAS Palaeomagnetism in the High Arctic.  Palaeomagnetic investigations of Svalbard Archipelago conducted by the Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences from 1999 to 2018.
53 Kais Jacob Mohamed University of Vigo Changes in magnetic mineral input across the subequatorial Atlantic during the last glacial cycle
54 Joy Muraszko University of Cambridge New insights into iron reduction processes using FORC-PCA
55 Joy Muraszko University of Cambridge Cosmic dust as a carrier of natural remanent magnetisation? - a case study from the Jurassic stromatolites from the Zalas quarry, Krakow Upland, Poland.
56 Jerzy Nawrocki Polish Geological Institute - NRI The anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility of loess from Poland and Ukraine.
57 Claire Nichols MIT Constraining the Paleoinclination of the Lunar Dynamo
58 Dominika Niezabitowska Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences Magnetic mineral assemblage as a potential indicator of depositional environment in gas-bearing Silurian shale rocks from Northern Poland 
59 Danis Nurgaliev Institute of Geology and Petroleum Technologies/Kazan Federal University Magneto-mineralogical investigations of Lake Turgoyak sediments
60 Greig Paterson University of Liverpool HystLab: New software for processing and analyzing hysteresis data
61 Eduard Petrovsky Institute of Geophysics CAS Prague, Czech Rep. Magnetic mapping of distribution of wood ash used for fertilization of forest soil
62 Marzena Rachwał Institute of Environmental Engineering, Polish Academy of Sciences, Zabrze Magnetic response of airborne metal contaminants captured by spider webs
63 Sorin-Corneliu Radan Geological Institute of Romania An integrated enviromagnetic and lithogenetic study in the lakes of the southern Danube Delta wing. Evidences from surficial sediments and short cores
64 Augusto Rapalini Universidad de Buenos Aires - CONICET A mid-Paleoproterozoic apparent polar wander track for the Piedra Alta terrane (Río de la Plata craton): paleogeographic and geomagnetic implications
65 Daniel Rey University of Vigo Delayed acquisition of remanence in deep marine sediments of the Galicia Bank Slope, Eastern North Atlantic
66 Alejandro Rodríguez-Trejo Geophysics Institute - UNAM Comprehensive paleomagnetic study of Chichinautzin Volcanic Field, Central Mexico 
67 Pierrick ROPERCH  Géosciences Rennes, Univ Rennes,  France On the recurrence of the South Atlantic Geomagnetic Anomaly: Paleomagnetic evidence from late Pleistocene and Holocene Chilean volcanic rocks 
68 Sara Satolli Università di Chieti-Pescara Chasing the Jurassic Monster: A new record from the Northern Apennines (Italy)
69 Stephanie Scheidt University of Cologne Magnetic mineralogy of fluvial sediments:  challenges and chances
70 Petr Schnabl institute of Geology, Czech Academy of Sciences Magnetostratigraphic correlation around the Jurassic-Cretaceous boundary in the Vocontian Basin, France
71 Petr Schnabl Institute of Geology, Czech. Acad. Sci. Possible correlation of the Burdigalian strata in Sokolov and Most basins. (ECRIS, Czech Republic)
72 Mark Sier University of Oxford Recovering magnetostratigraphy from drill cores despite low latitudes
73 Pedro Silva L, ISEL - Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa, Physics Department, IDL - Universidade de Lisboa Magnetic fabric study of a complex mafic dyke of Pico Island  (Azores Archipelago)
74 Pedro Silva IDL - Instituto Dom Luiz, ISEL - Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa Quaternary slope instability and mass movement deposits characterization (Portimão Bank, SW Iberia)
75 Simo Spassov Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium Uncertainty analyses of static measurements of induced magnetisation.
76 Courtney Sprain University of Liverpool The frequency of geomagnetic polarity reversals in the Carboniferous: Insight into Earth’s deep interior
77 Iga Szczepaniak-Wnk Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences Assessment of heavy metal pollution of Vistula River sediments using magnetic method.
78 Marcin Szuszkiewicz Institute of Environmental Engineering, Polish Academy of Sciences, Impact of a former glasswork on soil magnetic and geochemical signals: A case study of the Izery Mountains
79 Evdokia Tema Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra, Universita' degli studi di Torino New directional archaeomagnetic data from seven baked clay structures excavated at the archaeometallurgical site of Agia Varvara-Almyras, Cyprus
80 Evdokia Tema Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra, Università degli studi di Torino An updated catalogue of Italian palaeomagnetic data from volcanic rocks and archaeological artifacts.
81 Yoichi Usui Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC) Paleomagnetism of the Cherni Vrah massif, Balkan-Carpathian ophiolite: preliminary results
82 Luis Velderrain UNAM PALEOMAGNETISM OF MIOCENE HYPABYSSAL ROCKS RELATED TO THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA RIFT EVOLUTION IN NW MEXICO.
83 Małgorzata Wawer Institute of Environmental Engineering PAS Thermomagnetic and mineralogical analyses of dust and fly ashes originating from different kinds of industrial processes
84 Tomasz Werner Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences Fe-Cr mixed binary spinels as accessory magnetic minerals in the Sudetic ophiolitic rocks
85 Jan Westerweel University of Rennes 1 First paleomagnetic constraints on the latitudinal displacement of the West Burma block.
86 Piotr Ziółkowski University of Warsaw, Faculty of Geology Thermal analysis of the kerogen rich black shales from the Upper Devonian in Kowala Quarry, the Holy Cross Mountains, Poland.
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