Welcome to the workshop webpage of
“Mineral resources in the Arctic”.
Monday 11th June – Wednesday 13th June 2018
Department of Geosciences, University of Tromsø, Norway
Photos: Quentin Duparc
The workshop will take place at department of Geosciences of UiT – The Arctic University of Norway (Tromsø). Participants will assemble for an ice-breaker on the evening of Monday 11th June 2018, and the oral sessions will commence on Tuesday 12th June.
An PDF version of the program is available here: MRA-program.
June 11th 2018
|17:00||–||20:00||Workshop Registration and Reception||Yonas Pizzeria (Samuel Arnesens gate 10, 9008 Tromsø)|
June 12th 2018
|9:00||–||9:15||Melanie Forien and Anders Schomacker||Welcoming words||UiT, Norway|
|9:15||–||10:00||Dominique Genna||Geochemical signature of massive sulfides from VMS deposits: implications for petrogenesis and exploration.||CONSOREM – UQAC, Canada|
|10:00||–||10:25||Terje Bjerkgård||The setting and formation of massive sulphide deposits in the Lower and Middle Köli Nappes, Hattfjelldal, Nordland, Norway.||NGU, Norway|
|10:55||–||11:20||Sabina Strmic Palinkas||Geochemical characteristics of Sulitjelma Cu-Zn VMS deposits, Northern Norway||UiT, Norway|
|11:20||–||11:45||Tobias Bauer||Poly-phase structural controls on ore deposits in northern Sweden||Luleå University of Technology, Sweden|
|11:45||–||12:10||Clifford Patten||Sources of metals in the orogenic Au deposits of the Central Lapland Greenstone Belt, Finland||Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany|
|13:25||–||13:50||Trond Slagstad||Timing of collision initiation, location of the orogenic suture in the Scandinavian Caledonides and prospectivity of PGE-Ni deposits||NGU, Norway|
|13:50||–||14:15||Harald Hansen||Petrology and ore potential of layered intrusions in the Karasjok Greenstone Belt, Northern Norway||UiT, Norway|
|14:15||–||14:40||Vyacheslav Voytenko||Lille Raipas copper-bearing breccias: structure and origin (Alta-Kvaenangen tectonic window, Northern Norway)||St. Petersburg State University, Russia|
|15:10||–||15:35||Yulia Mun||Evolution of hydrothermal fluids at the sediment-hosted Cu deposits of Nussir and Ulveryggen, Repparfjord, Northern Norway||UiT, Norway|
|15:35||–||16:00||Hanne-Kristin Paulsen||Architecture of brittle fault structures and significance for hosted Zn-Cu mineralization in the West Troms Basement Complex, Northern Norway||UiT, Norway|
|16:00||–||16:25||Thor Thordarson||Melt Inclusion studies in basaltic magmas in Iceland||University of Iceland|
June 13th 2018
|9:00||–||9:45||Sarah Dare||Trace elements in magnetite as indicators of petrogenesis and provenance: Applications to mineral exploration||Ottawa University, Canada|
|9:45||–||10:10||Jan Sverre Sandstad||Neoproterozoic (Tonian) stratiform iron formations associated glaciogenic deposits in the Scandinavian Caledonides||NGU, Norway|
|10:10||–||10:35||Nadezhda Alfimova||Sm-Nd isotopic signatures of Banded iron formations origin: from Kola peninsula (Russia) and Bundelkhand Craton, NW India||St. Petersburg State University, Russia|
|11:05||–||11:30||Eytor Thorhallsson||Basalt mining in Iceland for continuous fiber production.||Reykjavik University, Iceland|
|11:30||–||11:55||Ármann Höskuldsson||From the Icelandic continental shelf to the deep abyss of Bight fracture zone; a tale of 1000 km of a divergent plate boundary||Reykjavik University, Iceland|
|11:55||–||12:10||Melanie Forien and Matthias Forwick||Conference closings||UiT, Norway|
Kristijan Rajič – Geochemical and mineralogical properties of Gabbro pegmatites from Hamn locality, Northern Norway.
Kristoffer Grane – A metallogenetic model of the Engebøfjellet rutile deposit, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway.
Iveta Nováková – Investigation of sprayed concrete with environmentally friendly basalt fibers for tunnel linings
Marina Koreshkova – Trace element characteristics of garnets and pyroxenes from pyroxenite xenoliths of NW Spitsbergen, Svalbard Archipelago
Giulio Solferino – Energy Critical Elements potential in the English Lake District
Nolwenn Coint – Origin of the Fe-Ti-P mineralizations associated with the 1800 Ma Raftsund batholith, Vesterålen-Lofoten, northern Norway – Abstract
You can find the registration form below.
Click to download the registration form
The abstract submission is now closed.
Instructions for poster and oral presentations
Poster boards are in portrait format, and authors can make use of the full dimensions of 690 mm width × 980 mm height. All the material necessary for attaching the poster to the poster board will be available.
The poster session will be on the 12th June between 16:25 and 18:00. During the poster session time, it is kindly asking to the authors to be present at their display for presentation and answering questions.
The oral sessions will be conducted in English.
Keynote presentations will be 45 minutes (40 minutes for the presentation plus 5 minutes for questions); other presentations will be 25 minutes (20 minutes for the presentation plus 5 minutes for questions).
All oral presentations must be illustrated by PowerPoint slides and must run under Windows OS.
UArctic will pay food for all participants from ice-breaker on 11th to lunch on 13th of June.
Consequently, if you have any dietary requirements let us know!
For further details contact:
- Melanie Forien – melanie.forien(at)uit.no
- Yulia Mun – yulia.mun(at)uit.no