Short course on rock magnetism applied to structural geology
Dates 7 - 10 June 2018 Chęciny, Poland

Participants 20 undergraduate / postgraduate students

Fee  for the pre-Castle short-course.

Student 630 PLN (around150 €)

Following items are covered by the short course fee:
scientific programme, full board & lodging from the evening of 7th June, 2018 to the afternoon of 10th of June, 2018; Bus transfers from Cracow airport to Chęciny.
For people not attending conference - return trip to Cracow airport

Short course daily programme

(under construction- some changes to be expected)

 Thursday  evening

20.00 arrival to the ECEG (Warsaw group and Cracow group)

20.00 supper  - get together,  mean expectations , short visit in the lab (20.00-22.30)

 Friday morning

7.30 - breakfast

 8.15-9.00 Introduction

Ann Hirt: Sampling strategies at the igneous, sedimentary and deformed outcrops

 9.00 - trip to sampling places

(stratigraphic sequences; some soft rocks;carbonates; deformed)

Sampling of soft sediments and carbonates

 Field susceptibility measurements (portable equipment)

 Return - 13-13.30

13.30-14.30 - lunch

  Friday afternoon:

15-17:30 Practice and instructions

Lab work - sample preparations (AMS; paleo, thin sections)

Use of Jr6 and KLY5A/MFK 1 equipment (two groups in parallel)

 17:30-19:30 Lecture by Frantisek Hrouda

Physical principles of the anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility of

rocks;  field-dependent AMS; Out-of-phase AMS ; correlation between AMS and AMR

 19:30 supper and rest….

 Saturday morning

 8: 30 -10:30 Lecture by Mark Dekkers - rock magnetic laboratory techniques -  part I

 10: 30- 12.30 Group work

Acquiring data - AMS - KLY5 + MFK 1 - one room

Paleomagnetic + Af techniques – lab

Two groups in parallel

 13-14 Lunch

 Saturday afternoon

14:30-16:30 Acquiring data - AMS - KLY5 + MFK 1 - one room

Paleomagnetic + Af techniques – lab

Summary of group work

 17:00-19:00 Lecture by Frantisek Hrouda Anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility of metamorphic and deformed rocks

 19:00- 19:45 Discussion of results and problems

20-21.30 Time for student presentations and advices

 Sunday morning

 8:15 - 9:00 The summary of students tasks

9:00-  11:00 Lecture by Mark Dekkers - rock magnetic laboratory techniques -  part II

special topics, includes

Remagnetization – how to recognize

Magnetic sulfides: various aspects of greigite in particular

 Students departure to Cracow at 10.30- 11:00 am or later

 

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