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We are pleased to invite you to the annual meeting of the "3rd Edition of World Congress on Geology and Earth Science (GeoEarth-2022)” will be held Sept 22-23, 2022 at Barcelona, Spain (Hybrid Event). The meeting is being organized by the Innovinc International.

GeoEarth-2022 serve to unite and engage people passionate about geoscience and its role in addressing global challenges. We do this through various and exciting programme of thematic events which reflect our principle areas of focus. Through our conference, we aim to improve knowledge and understanding of the future of Geology and Earth Science. At this international high-level policy event, GeoEarth-2022 invites leaders from across society to meet and discuss policies and experiences. 

The Second edition of Geology and Earth Science was completed successfully (Virtually) with over 70 participants and the previous in-person event had 96 attendee from 37 countries attended in London and the event has a growing interest among the scientists and technicians. 

We are confident it will be an excellent meeting bringing together friends and colleagues within the geological community after a long period of absence.

Find out how you can become a speaker or sponsor of this event by contacting Conference Coordinator and Chair

Robert Martin: Tel: +1-408-352-1010

We look forward to welcoming you all to Barcelona in September 2022

Scientific Sessions

We have enlisted some outstanding sessions that will give an opportunity to focus on specific areas from your own perspective experiences. Abstracts of all the related interest areas are accepted, but are not limited to the following sessions..


day 1 agenda

Thu , Sep 22, 2022

  • GeoEarth-2022
  • Geology and Earth Science

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      Day 1- September 22, 2022

    08:15 - 08:45    Welcome & Registrations

    08:45 - 09:00    Opening Remarks


    09:00 -09:30

    Title: Flood impact maps -A standardized approach of understanding vulnerable landscapes

    Slobodan P. Simonovic ,University of Western Ontario, Canada



    09:30 - 10:00



    10:00 - 10:30



    10:30 - 10:35

    Group Photo @ Hall or Foyer


    10:35 - 10:50

    Refreshment Break @ Foyer


    Technical Sessions- I
    Ore & Mineral Geology
         Structural Geology & Rock Mechanics
        Igneous & Metamorphic Petrology


    10:50 -11:10

    Title: The genesis of Carlin type gold deposits in relation to the geologic evolution of the Getchell trend, Nevada, USA

    John A. GroffNew Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology United States


    11:10 -11:30

    Title: Multiple thermochronometers applied to the quantitative analysis of compressive systems: the southern sub- andean fold and thrust belt of Bolivia. From source rock to trap



    11:30 -11:50

    QUIN 1.0: a QUaternary fault strain INdicators database from Italy

    Simone Bello, University G. d'Annunzio Chieti - Pescara, Italy


    11:50 -12:10

    Types of PGE-rich sulfide ores in the deposits of the Norilsk region

    Nadezhda Tolstykh, VS Sobolev Institute of Geology and Mineralogy, Russia


    12:10 -12:30

    Geochemistry and morphology of Fe-Mn micronodules in REY-rich mud: Implications for the formation process of highly promising deep-sea REY resource

    Kazutaka Yasukawa, The University of Tokyo, Japan


    12:30 -12:50

    The Calatrava paradox to decipher the origin of carbonatites: a petrological insight on Finca La Nava, Calatrava Province (central Spain)

    Gianluigi  Rosatelli, University G. d'Annunzio, Italy


    12:50 - 13:10

    Organic petrological characterisation and facies interpretation of the Upper Triassic black limestone in the Lesno Brdo (External Dinarides of Slovenia)

    Neža Malenšek Andolšek, Geological Survey of Slovenia, Slovenia


    13:10 - 14:00

    Lunch @ Restaurant


    Technical Session- II
    Geological Hazards & Geological Risk Assessment
    Environmental Geo-sciences




    Flood event predictions in fast-flowing watersheds using deep learning models based on the  Long-Short Term Memory (LSTM) architecture

    Marco Luppichini, University of Pisa, Italy




    Remote and in situ devices for the assessment of marine contaminants of emerging concern and plastic debris detection

    Marinella Farré,  IDÆA-CSIC , Barcelona, Spain 



    Detecting Surface Displacement Patterns over Bucharest (Romania) with InSAR

    Iuliana Armas, University of Bucharest, Romania




    Joan Garcia , Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain



    High-resolution gravimetric determination of the magmatic chamber of Nevado del Ruíz, Colombia

    Roman Alvarez Bejar, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico



    Gas hydrate along Chilean margin: from geophysical data to theoretical models

    Umberta Tinivella, National Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics, Italy



    Refreshment Break @ Foyer



    The Role of Root Respiration of the Forests for Water Conservation

    Giovanni Damiani, University of Tuscia, Italy





    Waiting-time statistics in magnetic systems

    Gustavo Zampier dos Santos Lima, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil






    Late Quaternary large-scale folds in intracratonic central Amazonia evidenced from tectonic geomorphology

    Dilce de Fatima Rossetti, Instituto Brasileiro de Pesquisas Espaciais- INPE, Brazil






    An investigation of carbonate sands using micro-CT and deep learning methods

    Jianfeng Wang, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong





     Day 2- September 2, 2022

    Technical Sessions- IV
    Geo-technical Engineering
    Remote sensing and GIS


    09:00 -09:20

    Recent rock mechanics explanations for cliff, mountain wall and mountain height limits  - with application in coastal erosion and geomorphology

    Nicholas Barton,  Nick Barton & Associates, Norway


    09:20 -09:40

    Simulation of wave propagation in complex geological media by FE/PML method

    Ioanna-Kleoniki Fontara,  GuD Geotechnik und Dynamik Consult GmbH, Germany


    09:40 -10:00

    Developments in mitigating the effects of soil liquefaction on underground pipelines in seismic areas

    Massimina Castiglia,  University of Molise, Italy


    10:00 -10:20

    Uncovering deformation processes from space
    Salvatore Stramondo,  Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Italy


    10:20 -10:40

    Detecting and modeling oil spills: The Brazilian case
    André Telles da Cunha Lima, Federal University of Bahia, Brazil


    10:40 -11:00

    Application of electrical resistivity tomography and digital aerial photogrammetry in the research of the active landslides: Two examples with geologically different environments

    Mirosław Kamiński, Polish Geological Institute-National Research Institute, Poland



    Refreshment Break @ Foyer

    Technical Sessions- V


    11:15 -11:35

    Machine Learning to Predict the Climate Change Impact on the Drainage from Mine Waste Storages
    Liang Ma, National Research Council Canada, Canada


    11:35 -11:55

    Extreme, large-scale crystal fractionation of alkaline basalt magmas that gave rise to the Gardar Alkaline Province, South Greenland

    Brian Upton, University of Edinburgh, UK


    11:55 -12:15

    The impact of the pandemic on the need for additional resources to maintain business continuity

    Cezary Szwed, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland


    12:15 -12:35

    Mapping buried bedrock topography through inverted terrain conductivity data

    Peter Hutchinson, THG Geophysics, USA


    12:35 -12:55

    A geographic approach to geoscience
    Lorraine Tighe, ESRI, USA


    12:55 -13:15

    Do communities perceive low frequency high magnitude hazards, and can these perceptions change?  A multi-hazard study from the Caribbean

    Martin Parham, University of Central Lancashire, UK



    Lunch @ Restaurant



    Poster Presentations



    GMPE models for Georgia, Caucasus Region and dealing with uncertainties

    Nato Jorjiashvili, Ilia State University, Georgia



    Attenuation of body P, S, and coda waves in the Crust of the Javakheti plateau, Georgia
    Ia Shengelia, Ilia State University, Georgia



    Cretaceous subsurface magmatic manifestations of the eastern Tunisia in its mediterranean context: new petrological, mineralogical and geochemical data

    Hanene Matoussi Kort, University of Tunisia, Faculty of Sciences, Tunisia



    A geodynamic evolution analysis of the Algerian central onshore-offshore margin as constrained by gravity and magnetic data

    Lamine HAMAI,  CRAAG, Algeria



    Developing a lateral topographic density model for Brazil 

    Danilo Fernandes De Medeiros,  Universidade de Brasília, Brazil

    Pannel Discussions  And Closing Remarks

    Sept 23, 2022- Virtual Presentations-  GMT+2  (Barcelona Time)

    VP- 1

    Stress Reorientation by Earthquakes near the Ganzi-Yushu Strike-Slip Fault and Interpretation with Discrete Element Modelling

    Zhandong Su, Institute of Disaster Prevention, China


    VP- 2

    Anisotropy and heterogeneity induced by shale in the aquifer lithology
    Yan Zhang, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China


    VP- 3

    Numerical evaluation of multi-pipe earth to air heat exchanger in greenhouse
    Chuang-Yao Zhao, Xi'an University of Architecture and Technology, China


    VP- 4

    Surface and subsurface limestone morphology mapping Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia
    Mohd Hariri Arifin, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia


    VP- 5

    Trace elemental and sulfur-lead isotopic variations in metamorphosed volcanogenic massive sulfide (VMS) mineralization systems

    Peng-Peng Yu, Sun Yat-sen University, China


    VP- 6

    Explainable machine learning model of landslides susceptibility based on SHAP and XGBoost

    Haijia Wen, Chongqing University, China


    VP- 7

    Effects of Row Spaces on Windproof Effectiveness of Simulated Shrubs with Different Form Configurations 

    Xia PAN, Inner Mongolia University of Finance and Economics, China


    VP- 8

    U-Pb zircon age and geochemistry constraints on the major changes in magma evolution during the Quaternary volcanism of the South Harghita Mts., eastern-central Europe

    Ioan Seghedi, Institute of Geodynamics Sabba S, Romania


    VP- 9

    Influence of a giant quasi-ring mantle structure under the Eastern Mediterranean on near-surface geodynamics

    Lev V. Eppelbaum, Tel Aviv University, Israel


    VP- 10

    Modelling the spatio-temporal evolution of a rainfall-induced retrogressive landslide in an unsaturated slope

    Sabatino CUOMO, University of Salerno, Italy


    VP- 11

    Geochemical characterization of sediments from the archaeological site Vinča – Belo Brdo, Serbia
    Gorica Veselinović, University of Belgrade, Serbia


    VP- 12

    Multidisciplinary approach to the study of ancient populations living between 4000 years BC and c.a. 100 A.D in Italy
    Ilenia Arienzo, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Italy


    VP- 13

    Evolution of bimodal Continental Flood Basalt (CFB) Provinces: importance of anorogenic magma mixing 
    Saumitra Misra, University of Kawazulu-Natal, South Africa


    VP- 14

    Evolution of gas permeability of rock salt under mechanical and thermal loadings within the framework of underground hydrogen storage
    Dragan GRGIC, Université de Lorraine, France


    VP- 15

    Mid Cretaceous anoxic events in the Zagros Basin (Iran) from nanoplankton and stable isotope stratigraphy records
    Alejandra Mejía-Molina, Universidad de Salamanca, Spain


    VP- 16

     Magmatic calcite in late magmatic stage of nepheline syenite from Floresta Azul Alkaline Complex, South Bahia, Brazil
    Maria Lourdes Silva Rosa, Federal University of Sergipe, Brazil


    VP- 17

    Pattern recognition for southern Chilean volcano monitoring 
    Millaray Curilem, Universidad de La Frontera, Chile


    VP- 18

    Explainable machine learning model of landslides susceptibility based on SHAP and XGBoost
    Maria Aurora Armienta, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico


    VP- 19

    Updated map of terrestrial heat flow 2022
    Beatriz Lessa de Jesus, University Federal Fluminense, Brazil


    VP- 20

    Deepwater Marine Gas Hydrate Systems in the Krishna-Godavari Basin in Offshore India: As Discovered during the India National Gas Hydrate Drilling Program Expedition 02

    Timothy S. Collett, U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, Colorado, USA


    This is a tentative program and subjected to modifications

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For me, joining your community was a wonderful experience. I hope we can have new opportunities to meet. I will think about the 2nd world congress, hoping to attend.

Giovanna Capparelli, University of Calabria, Italy

Thanks for your nice thoughts. I am very pleased with your congress and hospitality. Therefore, I would like to attend your second congress. See you at your Japan congress.

SEVDA ÖZEL, Sivas Cumhuriyet University, Turkey

It was my great pleasure to give a plenary talk at the Geosciences-2019 conference in London. I consider that the conference was very good organized and successful. 

Pavel Kishcha, Tel Aviv University, Israel

I really appreciated taking part of the Geosciences conference held in London and enjoyed the talks and discussions with several researchers from all over the world. Talks were foremost very valuable and of high level. It was a good experience for me and a good opportunity to meet a skilled and highly qualified attendance. The organization was good, Congratulations, it was a successful event.

Ezzedine Saïdi, Oil and Gas Public Company of Tunisia (ETAP), Tunisia

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