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WHAT ABOUT EVENT

Innovinc International takes immense pleasure to extend our warm welcome to invite all participants from all over the world to attend 5th Edition of world Congress on Geology & Earth Science during September 09-11, 2024 Lisbon, Portugal. which will entail lively debates, prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations, Workshops and Networking opportunities around a core of plenary and concurrent sessions based on essential topics in the Geology and Earth Science sector.

GeoEarth-2024 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-2024 invites leaders from across society to meet and discuss policies and experiences.

The Fourth edition of Geology and Earth Science was completed successfully (Hybrid Event) with over 98 participants and the in-person event had 60 attendees attended in Rome, Itlay and the event has a growing interest among the scientists and technicians.

Join us on 09– 11 September, 2024 for cutting-edge technical sessions, outstanding professional education, and inclusive networking opportunities that will broaden your geologic knowledge and connect you to our diverse geoscience community.

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: geology@geology-earthscience.com Tel: +1-408-352-1010

We look forward to welcoming you all to Lisbon, Portugal in September 2024

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.

CONFERENCE AGENDA

day 1 agenda

Mon , Sep 09, 2024

  • 08:00 - 18:00
  • GeoEarth-2024

    5th Edition of World Congress on Geology& Earth Science (GeoEarth-2024)
    September 09-11, 2024, Lisbon, Portugal
    Tentative Program
     Day 1- September 09, 2024 
    08:00-08:45 Welcome & Registrations
    08:45-09:00 Opening Remarks
    KEYNOTE FORUM
     
    09:00-09:30 Living with Hazards: Prediction Uncertainty and Personal Protective Behavior at Frequently and Infrequently Erupting Volcanoes—Tungurahua and Cotopaxi, Ecuador
    Stephen Meinhold and Jennifer Horan, University of North Carolina Wilmington, USA
     
    09:30-10:00 The magmatic chambers of Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl volcanoes, Mexico, derived from gravity analyses
    Roman Alvarez, National University of Mexico, UNAM, Mexico
     
    10:00-10:30 Future success and ways forward for scientific approaches on the African Great Lakes 
    Ted Lawrence, African Center for Aquatic Research and Education, USA
     
    10:30-10:50 Group Photo & Refreshment Break 
    Technical session- I
    Session Theme: Environmental Geo-sciences
    Session Chairs: Lorraine Tighe, ESRI, USA & Carmen Mihaela Neculita, UQAT - University of Quebec in Abitibi-Temiscamingue, Canada
     
    10:50-11:10 The Geographic Approach in Geoscience: Enhancing Applications from Exploration to Environmental Assessment
    Lorraine Tighe, ESRI, USA
     
    11:10-11:30 Passive Treatment Residues of Mine Drainage: Mineralogical and Environmental Assessment, and Management Avenues
    Carmen Mihaela Neculita, UQAT - University of Quebec in Abitibi-Temiscamingue, Canada
     
    11:30-11:50 On the interaction of bedload tracers and bedforms in an experimental channel
    Arvind Singh, University of Central Florida, USA
     
    11:50-12:10 Study of breakouts in rocks masses to determine the magnitude of in situ stress field
    Alessandro Jesus Guimaraes, GEOSOL S/A (GEosol GEologia e Sondagem), Brazil
     
    12:10-12:30 Modeling and Simulation in CFD of Mercury Contamination in the City of Guanajuato, Mexico
    Pablo Vizguerra Morales, Instituto Politecnico Nacional, Mexico
     
    12:30-12:50 Upper yield plateaus detected in winter wheats adapted to the Northern Great Plains of North America in historic USDA-ARS nursery datasets from 1959--2021.
    Jeffrey D. Boehm Jr., USDA-ARS, USA
     
    12:50-13:10 A sensitivity analysis of factors affecting in geologic CO2 storage in the Ordos Basin and its contribution to carbon neutrality
    Shi Xin Dai, Hunan University of Science and Technology, China
     
    13:10-14:00 Lunch Break
    Technical session- II
    Session Theme: Geo-technical Engineering, Geological Hazards
                                  Geological Risk Assessment and
                                  Soil Science and Soil Biodiversity

                                 
    Session Chairs: Henrique De Andrade Penido, VALE S.A, Brazil & Robert Mahler, University of Idaho, USA
     
    14:00-14:20 The development and evaluation of a drinking water and human health course to broaden soils science offerings at the university level
    Robert Mahler, University of Idaho, USA
     
    14:20-14:40 Monitoring Along The Vitória-Minas Railroad (Efvm), Using Satellite Data Transmission Technology
    Henrique De Andrade Penido, VALE S.A, Brazil &Guilherme Passos Ribas, MecRoc Engenhari, Brazil
     
    14:40-15:00 Hosgri fault transpressional slip rates reproduce observed central California coast uplift rates
    Daniel OConnell, Tetra Tech, USA
     
    15:00-15:20 The Weathering Processes and The Nature of Infill Material on Discontinuities of The Muntele Mare Granitic Rock (Belis - Fantanele, Romania) 
    Nicolae Har, Babes- Bolyai University Cluj Napoca, Romania
     
    15:20-15:40 The CHARTER Fellows Mentoring Model for Underrepresented Students: Challenges and Opportunities
    Jose Melendez, University of Oregon, USA
     
    15:40-16:00 How fast can clay heal?
    Vili Grigorova, Macquarie University, Austraila
     
    16:00-16:20 Refreshment Break 
     
    16:20-16:40 Speaker Slot Available
     
    16:40-17:00 An Investigation of Anchor Failure Order Using Numerical Simulation
    AN-JUI LI & Alejandro Daniel Bordas Segovia,  National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
     
    17:00-17:20 Concentration-Discharge Patterns Reveal Catchment Controls Over the Stoichiometry of Carbon and Nutrient Supply to Boreal Streams
    Virginia Mosquera, SLU, Sweden
    Panel Discussions 
    Note: This program is tentative and may be subject to change
    We are still accepting the abstracts. To book your slot, contact Mr. Robert Martin: geology@geology-earthscience.com

day 2 agenda

Tue , Sep 10, 2024

  • 09:00 - 18:00
  • GeoEarth-2024

    5th Edition of World Congress on Geology& Earth Science (GeoEarth-2024)
    September 09-11, 2024, Lisbon, Portugal
    Tentative Program
     Day 2- September 10, 2024 
    KEYNOTE FORUM
    09:00-09:30 Optimized Shrub-Intercropping for Food Production, Drought Resistance and Ecosystem Restoration in the Sahel
    Richard Dick, Ohio State University, USA
     
    09:30-10:00 Implications and observations of a fluid-driven earthquake cycle
    Stephen Miller, University of Neuchatel, Switzerland
    Technical session- III
    Session Theme: Water: sea, surface and subsurface
                               Oceanography & Marine geology
                               Igneous & Metamorphic Petrology
                               Geophysics & Geochemistry
    Session Chairs: Denes Vigh, SLB, USA & Ramiro Matos, Universidad Mayor de San Andres, Bolivia
    10:00-10:20 Sparse-node acquisition for data fitting velocity model building via FWI
    Denes Vigh, SLB, USA
     
    10:20-10:40 Assimilation and extensive metasomatism of agpaitic rocks from the transitional layred kakortokite, Ilímaussaq intrusion, South Greenland
    Hans Kristian Schonwandt, Tanbreez Mining Greenland, Denmark
     
    10:40-11:00 Orosirian-Stenian evolution of the Bolivian Precambrian Shield, SW Amazonian Craton, constrained by U-Pb geochronology and Nd-Hf isotopic parameters
    Ramiro Matos, Universidad Mayor de San Andres, Bolivia
     
    11:00-11:20 Refreshment Break 
     
    11:20-11:40 Application of 3D ERT and 4D ERT differential models in the study of an active landslide - an example from Podhale (Southern Poland)
    Kamiński Mirosław, Polish Geological Institute-National Research Institute, Poland
     
    11:40-12:00 Edge Assignment in Edge Federated Learning
    Do Thuy, Luther College, USA
     
    12:00-12:20 Impact of acidic volcanic emissions on ash leaching and on the mobility and bioavailability of trace metals in soils of Mt. Etna
    Cinzia Federico, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Italy
     
    12:20-12:40 Speaker Slot Avilable
     
    12:40-13:00 The effects of runoff bias on climate factors bias in atmospheric general circulation models
    Yosuke Miura, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
     
    13:00-14:00 Lunch Break
    Technical session- IV
    14:00-14:40 Poster Viewing Session
    Session Theme: Environmental Geo-sciences
                               Structural Geology & Rock Mechanics
    Session Chairs: Hans Kristian Schonwandt, Tanbreez Mining Greenland, Denmark & Cinzia Federico, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Italy 
    14:40-15:00 The 2016 Amatrice-Norcia fault system mapped by seismic attenuation tomography
    Pasquale De Gori &Francesco Pio Lucente, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Italy
     
    15:00-15:20 Impact of acidic volcanic emissions on ash leaching and on the mobility and bioavailability of trace metals in soils of Mt. Etna
    Cinzia Federico, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Italy
     
    15:20-15:40 Design recommendations for sustainable urban underground 
    Shana Debrock, University of Antwerp, Belgium
     
    15:40-16:00 Refreshment Break 
     
    16:00-16:20 Reconstructing the Iberian Salt-Bearing Rifted Margin of the Southern Pyrenees: Insights from the Organyà Basin
    Giulio Casini, Lithica SCCL, Spain
     
    16:20-16:40 A Study on EMWs Scattering at Infrared Band by Martina Dust
    Li Xie, Lanzhou University, China
     
    16:40-17:00  Well log analysis and comparison of supervised machine learning algorithms for lithofacies identification in pab formation, lower indus basin
    Palwasha Shahzad Rathore, Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad, Pakistan
    Panel Discussions 
    Note: This program is tentative and may be subject to change
    We are still accepting the abstracts. To book your slot, contact Mr. Robert Martin: geology@geology-earthscience.com

day 3 agenda

Wed , Sep 11, 2024

  • 09:00 - 15:30
  • GeoEarth-2024

    5th Edition of World Congress on Geology& Earth Science (GeoEarth-2024)
    September 09-11, 2024, Lisbon, Portugal
    Tentative Program
    Day 3- September 11, 2024 
    KEYNOTE FORUM
    09:00-09:30 Exploration of Deepwater Regions Offshore India
    Rajesh Kalra, SLB (Schlumberger), Colombia
    09:30-10:00 TBA
    Technical session- V
    Session Theme:                            
    Session Chairs: Rajesh Kalra, SLB (Schlumberger), Colombia
     
    10:00-10:20 Quo vadis Gold Metallogenesis?
    Walter L. Pohl, Corresponding Member of Academy of Science, Austria
     
    10:20-10:40 Community resilience through the lens of social support: Recovering from the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull eruption in Iceland
    Ingibjorg L. Omarsdottir, University of Iceland, Iceland
     
    10:40-11:00 Soil resistivity measurements to evaluate subsoil salinity in rice production systems in the Vietnam Mekong Delta
    Van Nguyen, University of Hohenheim, Germany
     
    11:00-11:20 Refreshment Break 
     
    11:20-11:40 Impact of the nature of organic matter and/or its organo-mineral interaction on microbial activity in dam sediment
    Sylvain Bascle, Universiti de Limoges, France
     
    11:40-12:00 The internal variability in the marginal seas
    Lin Lin, Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Germany
     
    12:00-12:20 Speaker Slot Available
     
    12:20-12:40 Spreading of Antarctic Bottom Water in the abyssal depths of the Atlantic
    Eugene Morozov, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
     
    12:40-13:00 Estimation of risk to subsidence in karst terrain. Case study: Sierra de Cubitas municipality, Cuba
    Mirurgia Aguilar Velázquez, University of Havana, Cuba
     
    13:00-14:00 Lunch Break
    Panel Discussions 
    Note: This program is tentative and may be subject to change
    We are still accepting the abstracts. To book your slot, contact Mr. Robert Martin: geology@geology-earthscience.com

posters agenda

Wed , Sep 11, 2024

  • 09:00 - 17:20
  • GeoEarth-2024

    5th Edition of World Congress on Geology& Earth Science (GeoEarth-2024)
    September 09-11, 2024, Lisbon - Portugal
    Virtual PROGRAM
     Day 3- September 11, 2024 (WET, Lisbon Time Zone)
    GeoEarth-2024 Multi-stage Development within Anisotropy Insight of an Anticyclone Eddy in Northwestern South China Sea in 2021
    Chunhua Qiu, Sun Yat-sen University, China
    GeoEarth-2024 Applied and Local Stresses in Gypsum-Cement Mortar Blocks with Different Oriented Strike-slip Faults Inferred from Acoustic Emission and Embedded Strain Sensors
    Zhandong Su, Institute of Disaster Prevention, China
    GeoEarth-2024 Carbonate and phosphate Matrix Reference Materials were developed for LA-ICP-MS Analysis
    Chenzi Fan, National Research Center for Geoanalysis, China
    GeoEarth-2024 Influence of terrain on the energy of the region. The spin supercurrent.
    Liudmila Boldyreva,  State University of management, Russia
    GeoEarth-2024 Spekaer Slot Available
    GeoEarth-2024 First results of the detailed geochronological study of magmatic PGE-fertile mineral systems of the Fedorova-Pana Complex, Kola Region, Russia
    Nikolay Groshev, Kola Science Centre, Russia
    GeoEarth-2024 Keynote: Nonconventional GPR imaging for some challenging scenarios
    Raffaele Persico, University of Calabria, Italy
    GeoEarth-2024 A stone in the architecture of the Cracow Bishops’ Palace in Kielce (central Poland)
    Anna Fijałkowska-Mader, Polish Geological Institute-National research Institute, Poland
    GeoEarth-2024 The neglect of ponds in international law must change
    Vera  Stankovic, Institute of Criminological and Sociological Research, Serbia
    GeoEarth-2024 Enhancing aquifer recharge in complex arid environments through integrative 3D Geomodeling-based hydro-geophysical characterization
    Hayet CHIHI, Centre for Water Research and Technologies, Tunisia
    GeoEarth-2024 Estimation of hydraulic conductivity functions by particle swarm optimization
    Vanja Travas, University of Rijeka, Croatia
    GeoEarth-2024 Sedimentary evolution of the late cretaceous - early eocene carbonates series of the foreland magrebian chain (tellian domain, northern tunisia).
    Jalila Saadi, University of Carthage, Tunisia
    GeoEarth-2024 International River Basin Planning Under the Water Framework Directive and the SDG indicator 6.5.2 – Case area: Norway - Sweden
    Lars Stalsberg, Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate,  Norway
    GeoEarth-2024 Thermal structure of two deep boreholes in the Siljan Ring, Central Sweden, and palaeoclimatic implications
    Niels Balling, Aarhus University, Denmark
    GeoEarth-2024 An indices-based water quality model to evaluate surface water quality: A case study in Vaalwaterspruit, Mpumalanga, South Africa
    Ernestine Atangana, University of the Free State, South Africa
    GeoEarth-2024 Seismic ground motion alerts for mines - GMAP
    Aleksander J. Mendecki, Institute of Mine Seismology, South Africa
    GeoEarth-2024 Access to geological information according to Polish law
    Wiktoria Brzezińska – Paciorek and Aleksandra Czul, Polish Geological Institute - National Research Institute, Poland
    GeoEarth-2024 Spekaer Slot Available
    GeoEarth-2024 Groundwater Response to Drought in Mountainous Regions
    Diana Allen, Simon Fraser University, Canada
    GeoEarth-2024 The Potential Role of Bering Strait in the Dynamics of Multi-decadal Variability in the North Atlantic: an idealized model study
    Xiaoting Yang, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA
    GeoEarth-2024 Poster: Using C++ programming to optimize 3D models generated through LiDAR and photogrammetry technology, with the Vaca Muerta formation from Argentina as a case study
    Douglas Bazo de Castro, New Technologies and Applications of Earth Science, Brazil
    GeoEarth-2024 Locating operational events of the cooling tower of a nuclear reactor with a very local seismic network
    Chengping Chai, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
    GeoEarth-2024 Enhancing 3D Geophysical Modeling through Cooperative Inversion and Wavelet-ICA Feature Selection
    Bahman Abbassi, Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Canada
    GeoEarth-2024 A Revolution in Geoscience Education Is Needed
    John Cherry, University of Guelph, Canada
    GeoEarth-2024 On the interaction of bedload tracers and bedforms in an experimental channel
    Arvind Singh, University of Central Florida, USA
    GeoEarth-2024 The Heat of the Moment: Hydrothermal Fluid Circulation Documented by Stable Isotope Exchange and Low-temperature Thermochronometry
    Alyssa Abbey, California State University Long Beach, USA
    Note: This program is tentative and may be subject to change
    We are still accepting the abstracts. To book your slot, contact Mr. Robert Martin: geology@geology-earthscience.com
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