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In light of on-going developments with COVID-19 and after thoughtful discussions, we have decided to move our Geology Conference (Geo Earth-2021) to a fully online event. This virtual meeting (Through ZOOM) will take place on the same dates as Oct 04-06, 2021.



In light of on-going developments with COVID-19 and after thoughtful discussions, we have decided to move our 2nd Edition of World Congress on Geology and Earth Science(GeoEarth-2021 to a fully online event. This virtual meeting (Through ZOOM) will take place on the same dates as Oct 04-06, 2021 (GMT+1, London time)

The first edition of Geology and Earth Science was completed successfully in London, The last event had 96 attendee from 37 countries world-widely and the event has a growing interest among the scientists and technicians. Due to the pandemic, 2020 event has been called off and Postponed to new dates in 2021.

It comprises presentation of high quality, cutting-edge presentations from business, governments, civil society, science and academia divisions. At this international high-level policy event, GeoEarth-2021 invites leaders from across society to meet and discuss policies and experiences. The focus is on building collective know-how to advancements at the international, national and sub-national levels.

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

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

Mon , Oct 04, 2021

  • 09.00-09.20
  • 2nd Edition of World Congress on Geology and Earth Science

    A Dynamic-SUGPDS Model for Faults Detection and Isolation of Underground Power Cable Based on Detection and Isolation Algorithm and Smart Sensors

    S.C.Rajpoot, Government engineering College Jagdalpur Bastar Chhattisgarh India

  • 09.20-09.40
  • Environmental impacts of acid mine drainage-bearing river water in the Bor and Majdanpek porphyry copper mining areas in Eastern Serbia                         

    Dragana Adamovic, Akita University, Japan




  • 09.40-10.00
  • Paleoenvironmental conditions and organic matter enrichment of the Late Paleoproterozoic Cuizhuang Formation source rock in the Yuncheng Basin, North China

    Ahmed Khaled, Chang'an University, China

  • 10.00-10.20
  • Geological control on landslides distribution in the Rif chain (Northern Morocco)

    Bounab Ali, University Abdelmalek Essaadi , Morocco

  • 10.20-10.40
  • Morphodynamics of River Deltas in Response to Different Basin Water Depths — The Grade Index Model

    Junhui WangChina University of Petroleum (Beijing), China

  • 10.40-11.00
  • Impact of forest plantation on methane emissions from tropical peatland

    Chandra Shekhar DeshmukhAsia Pacific Resources International Ltd., Indonesia

  • 11.00-11.20
  • Development of flash-flood tolerant and durable bacterial blight resistant versions of mega rice variety ‘Swarna’ through marker- assisted backcross breedin                           

    Elssa Pandit, Fakir Mohan University, India

  • 11.20-11.40
  • Ultrahigh pressure metamorphism and tectonic evolution of southwestern Tianshan orogenic belt, China

    Lifei ZhangSchool of Earth and Space Sciences, Peking University, China

  • 11.40-12.00
  • Keynote : Pore structure and evolution of organic-rich gas shales

    Jingqiang TanCentral South University, China

  • 12.00-12.20
  • An integrated approach of remote sensing, geological and geophysical data to assess uncontrolled dumpsite wastes and landfill leachate                   

    Mohamed AttwaZagazig University, Egypt

  • 12.20-12.40
  • A powerful tool for biostratigraphic correlation of petroleum exploration and production in the Cenozoic deep offshore Niger Delta,Nigeria                   

    Moshood AdegboyegaObafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria

  • 12.40-13.00
  • Gemology, the developing science of gems: towards materials science

    Emmanuel FRITSCHUniversité de Nantes, CNRS, France

  • 13.00-13.20
  • Numerical modelling of cascading effects for debris avalanches

    Sabatino CuomoUniversity of Salerno, Italy

  • 13.40-14.00
  • Microcalorimetric Assessment of Geothermal Brine Reinjection from SaltPower Generation

    Erik G.Søgaard, Aalborg University, Denmark

  • 14.00-14.20
  • Climate and relief-induced controls on the temporal variability of denudation rates in a granitic upland

    Gerald Raab, University of Zurich, Switzerland

  • 14.20-14.40
  • Accommodating coastal flooding in Jakarta and Semarang Bay, Indonesia: Collective action, social capital, and spatial prerequisites

    Lisa-Michéle Bott, University of Cologne, Germany

  • 14.40-15.00
  • Changes in water and land: the reconstructed Viennese riverscape from 1500 to the present

    Severin Hohensinner, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna, Austria

  • 15.00-15.20
  • Evaluation of Software for the creation of soil models

    Dominik Stutz and Ing. Markus Herten, Federal Waterways Engineering and Research Institute, Germany

  • 15.20-15.40
  • Cenozoic tectonostratigraphic evolution of the strike-slip Cauto- Guacanayabo Basin, Eastern Cuba

    Yaniel Vázquez Taset, Yachay Tech University, Ecuador

  • 15.40-16.00
  • Lithium isotopic fractionation during weathering and erosion of shale

    Grit Steinhoefel, Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Germany

  • 16.00-16.20
  • U.S. Geological Survey data acquisition in support of critical mineral resources 

    Warren Day, U.S. Geological Survey, VA, USA

  • 16.20-16.40
  • Interpretation of Paleozoic paleokarst features in the Arkoma Basin using 3D seismic and well logs

    Olanrewaju Aboaba, University of Arkansas, USA

  • 16.40-17.00
  • Population dynamics of Equus conversidens (Perissodactyla, Equidae) from the late Pleistocene of Hidalgo (central Mexico)

    Victor Manuel Bravo Cuevas, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo, Mexico

day 2 agenda

Tue , Oct 05, 2021

  • 10.00-10.20
  • 2nd Edition of World Congress on Geology and Earth Science

     Application of predictive data mining to create mine plan flexibility in the face of geological uncertainty

    Ajak Duany AjakDufico Consulting , Australia

  • 10.20-10.40
  •  Method of moment (MoM) concept in characterizing the porous media using tracer application

    Keka Ojha ArchanaIndian Institute of Technology (Indian School of Mines), Dhanbad, India

  • 10.40-11.00
  • A new model of agate geode formation based on a combination of morphological features and silica sol–gel experiments

                                Charles B HowardMacabee Health Fund, Orthopedic Department, Israel

  • 11.00-11.20
  • Ediacaran Rangea: a link between the continents

    Maria Zakrevskaya, Borissiak Paleontological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

  • 11.20-11.40
  •  Diatomite as natural precursor for the synthesis of KAlSiO4-O1

    Daniela NOVEMBRED'Annunzio University of Chieti–Pescara, Italy

  • 11.40-12.00
  • Agricultural use of organic amendments as sources of nutrients to crops

    Carmo HortaPolytechnic Institute of Castelo Branco, Portugal

  • 12.00-12.20
  • Citric Acid as Iron Control Agent for Geothermal Brine Reinjection from SaltPower Generation

    Jacquelin CobosUniversity of Southern Denmark, Denmark

  • 12.20-12.40
  • The boundaries of Cenomanian age in the Aures Basin, Northeastern Algeria: A comparison of the north and south sides of the Tethys

    Aida Bensekhria, Batna 2 Universit, Algeria

  • 12.40-13.00
  • Introduction to the thematic issue: mineral deposits exploration and environmental geochemistry: case studies in Italy and in China

    Benedetto De Vivo, Università di Napoli Federico II, Italy

  • 13.00-13.20
  • A structural causal model approach to specify trigger factors in geohazard assessments

    Ibsen Chivata CardenasUniversity of Stavanger, Norway

  • 13.20-13.40
  • Santa Rosalia granites a bauxite proto-ore in Venezuela

    Allan Reyes & Vicente MendozaUSA/Spain

  • 13.40-14.00
  • Pingo drilling reveals sodium–chloride-dominated massive ice in Grøndalen, Spitsbergen

    Vasiliy Demidov, Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia 

  • 14.00-14.20
  •  Soil invertebrate diversity loss and functional changes in temperate forest soils replaced by exotic pine plantations

    Camila Cifuentes-CroquevielleUniversidad Austral de Chile, Chile

  • 14.20-14.40
  • Rough contacting surfaces vs Cracks: similarities and differences in modeling

    Mark KachanovTufts University, MA, USA

  • 14.40-15.00
  • Networks of Resilience to Tsunami Risk

    Louise K. ComfortUniversity of Pittsburgh, PA, USA

  • 15.00-15.20
  • shallowing glacial Antarctic Intermediate Water by changes in sea ice and hydrological cycle

     Lingwei LiThe Ohio State University, USA

  • 15.20-15.40
  • U-Pb zircon Geochronology (SHRIMP), Geochemistry and Sr-Nd Isotopic signatures of the Sierra Albarrana Domain (SW Spain)

    Byron Solís-Alulima, Universidad Complutense, Spain

  • 15.40-16.00
  • Variable seismic anisotropy across the Peruvian flat-slab subduction zone with implications for upper plate deformation

    Cristobal Condori QuispeNational University of Saint Augustine, Peru

  • 16.00-16.20
  • A methodology to localize non-parallel BSRs on seismic reflection images

    Selene Solorza-CalderónUniversidad Autónoma de Baja California, México

  • 16.20-16.40
  •  A hierarchical approach to fluvial systems:  Architectural analysis and sequential evolution of the high net-sand content middle Wasatch Formation, Uinta basin,                                   Utah

    Grace FordLuween, LLC, USA

  • 16.40-17.00
  • Dissolved Fe supply to the central Gulf of Alaska is inferred to be derived from Alaskan glacial dust that is not resolved by dust transport models

    John CrusiusUSGS at UW School of Oceanography, USA

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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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