This webinar is given by Thor Thordarson from University of Iceland.
This new webinar is given by Hjalti Franzson from Reikjavik University.
A new video on the “Arctic Geology” YouTube channel is released. The webinar was given by Sarah Dare from UQAC (Canada) on “Processes that control the distribution of platinum-group elements (PGE) among the minerals in Ni-Cu-PGE deposits of Sudbury, Canada: insights from laser ablation ICP-MS of base metal sulfides”.
A new video on the “Arctic Geology” YouTube channel is released. The title of this new webinar is “The major drives of glaciations on the Precambrian earth and chemical sedimentologic responses” given by Kari Strand from Oulu Mining School (Finland).
A new video on the “Arctic Geology” YouTube channel is released. The title of this new webinar is “Stable isotopes in ore geology – origin of the Fäboliden orogenic gold deposit”. It is given by Glenn Bark from Luleå University of Technology (Sweden).
New video on our YouTube channel: It is a webinar on “Precambrian iron banded formations (BIFs) and interpretation of their origin from Sm-Nd isotopic data” given by Nadezhda Alfimova from Saint Petersburg State University (Russia)
On the 2nd of March 2018, Ivan Alekseev of Saint Petersburg State University give a nice webinar on: “Mafic and ultramafic intrusions across Russian part on Fennoscandian shield (Kola, Karelia). Geology and mineral deposits” You can look at his presentation on our Youtube channel with the link here: https://youtu.be/91Jj9lr-iFs
“Mineralogy and petrology of ultrapotassic minettes of the White sea region (with an emphasis on apatite and the lack of diamonds)” given by Marina Koreshkova from Saint Petersburg State University will start on the Friday 2nd February 2018, 12 pm CET (Oslo time) for a duration ca.30 min. Join here: https://connect.uninett.no/rtabf1cwlu0z/ Can’t make the live […]
A new video is available on the Youtube channel of the group! It is a recording of the talk given by Rune Larsen from Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Trondheim, Norway) gave a talk about his favorite subject: the Seiland Igneous Province. You can access to the recording here: https://youtu.be/-OHQLrEIUtQ
A three hours talk by Wolfgang Maier on the petrogenesis of the Bushveld Complex (South Africa). Link here: https://youtu.be/s5iWbR7I5LA Description : The Bushveld layered complex of South Africa measures up to 100.000 km2 in subsurface outcrop, and the entire Bushveld event (mafic-ultramafic, felsic and alkaline phases) up to 1M km3. The complex hosts the largest ore deposits […]