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27-28 May 2004 at the Geological Society, London.
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Continental tectonics -
a meeting in memory and celebration of Mike Coward
THURSDAY 27th May
9.00 doors open, registration
9.40 Rod Graham
Mike Coward's early days - the Lewisian and what he made of it
10.00 Mike Searle
Stretching the limits of balanced and restored cross-sections
10.20 Frank Peel and Gillian Apps
To see a world in a grain of sand - Using the sedimentology of Tertiary
deposits around the Barrot Massif to constrain the geometry and evolution
of deep thrust systems (External Alps, Haute Provence, SE France)
10.40 D. Gapais, J.P. Brun, & P. Choukroune.
The South Armorican Shear Zone revisited
11.00 Coffee Break
11.30 Jorge Acosta, Francisco Velandia, Jairo Osorio, Lidia Lonergan, &
The Northern Andes- a transpressional mountain belt.
11.50 Alan Gibbs, Armelle Kloppenburg, Juan Carlos Alzate and German
Building a discrete fracture network based on the deformation history: A
case study from the Guaduas Field, Colombia
12.10 William Sassi, Ralph Gillcrist, Rod Graham & Mike Adams
The impact of deformation timing on the prospectivity of the Middle
Magdalena Subthrust, Colombia
12.30 Peter R. Cobbold
Style and timing of Andean deformation, reactivation and inversion at the
scale of South America
12.50 Lunch and posters
2.00 Bob Holdsworth & Rob Strachan
Out of sequence structures in the Northern Moine Thrust Zone: low-angle
extensional faults or something else ?
2.20 R.D. Law, B. Cook, M. Jessup, & M.P. Searle
Strain symmetry and vorticity of flow in mylonites from the Caledonides
(Norway, Scotland) and Greater Himalayan Slab (Everest massif):
implications for space problems, extrusion and exhumation
2.40 Peter Treloar
Extensional tectonics in the NW Himalaya: channel flow or not?
3.00 John Wheeler
Simple shear, folding and extension
3.20 Rob Butler
The deep structure of orogenic belts - revisited
3.40 Tea and posters
4.10 Leslie Wright
Diamonds and Tectonics in west Africa
4.30 R.J. Knipe, S.F. Freeman, S.J. Jolley, G.M. Phillips and A.C. Barnicoat
3D evolution and characterisation of ore bodies.
4.50 Beeson J., Neilson I.E., Standing J.G., Willson M.J. & Coward M.P.
Towards a 3-Dimensional common earth model for the Laverton Greenstone
Belt, Western Australia.
5.10 Alastair Beach and Roric Smith
New frameworks for mineral exploration: the Witwatersrand basin
5.30 John Muntean, Michael Coward, Charles Tarnocai and Andrew Jackson
Palaeozoic Normal Faults in North-Central Nevada: Deep Crustal Conduits
for Carlin-type Gold Deposits
5.50 Rick Sibson
3-D structural permeability affecting fluid flow in convergent orogens.
6.10 Wine, savouries and posters
FRIDAY 28th May
Doors open at 9.00
9.20 Alastair Robertson, Timur Ustaomer, Osman Parlak, Ulvican Unlugenc,
Kemal Tasli and Nurdan Inan
Unravelling the Late Cretaceous-Early Tertiary tectonic evolution of
South-Neotethyan suture zone in SE Turkey: implications for the processes
and timing of closure and collision of Arabia and Eurasia
9.40 J. Hossack & the BP Turkish Black Sea Team
The tectonic evolution of the Black Sea
10.00 Brian F. Windley, A. Kröner and Wenjiao Xiao
The Tectonic Evolution of Central Asia
10.20 I.C.W. Fitzsimons & B. De Waele
Precambrian crustal lineaments in Africa: Using precise U-Pb geochronology
to test correlations across shear zones
10.40 E.H. Rutter, K.H. Brodie and T. James.
The structure of the upper part of the Ivrea-Verbano crustal cross section,
11.00 Coffee and posters
11.30 Mark G. Rowan
A regional approach to tectonostratigraphic issues in the northern Gulf of
11.50 Bruce Trudgill
The Evolution of Paradox Basin and its place in the tectonic puzzle of the
ancestral Rocky Mountains
12.10 Ian Davison
Faulting in Salt
12.30 Simon Stewart
Salt Tectonics in the central North Sea
12.50 Lunch and posters
2.00 Ken McClay and A. Amilibia
2.20 Giulio Casini, Enrico Tavarnelli & Francesco Antonio Decandia
A new class of duplexes, and its bearing on the interpretation of the deep
structure of collision mountain belts .
2.40 Jonathan Turner, Simon Holford, & Gareth Williams
Kinematic model for the Cardigan Bay-St. George's Channel basins, offshore
Wales: implications for understanding intracratonic uplift
3.00 Phil Allen, Steve Buckner, Alan Gibbs, Colin Turner
The "Continuing Evolution" of concept on the origin of the Brae Field
Structures (UK Quadrant 16)
3.40 Mark Cooper
Hydrocarbons in fold and thrust belts: a global review
4.00 Mohammad Sepehr & John Cosgrove
Partitioning and compartmentalisation of deformation in the Zagros
4.20 Alan Chambers, Chris Izatt and Mike Coward
Structural evolution of the external Himalaya of northern Pakistan : thrust
front styles, thrust interference and stratigraphic controls.
4.40 John Warburton
Passive roof duplex model and its application in fold belt exploration in
5.00 M. Daly, S.J. Matthews, J Goff, and C Ruiz.
Detachment, and a future for Middle East Petroleum Exploration
5.20 Closing remarks
5.30 End of Meeting
Ian Alsop & Jose Carreras
The geometry and kinematics of small-scale sheath folds: a case study from
Cap de Creus, Spain.
Ian Alsop & Bob Holdsworth
Flow Perturbation folding in shear zones
E.J-P. Blanc, M.B. Allen, & H. Hassani
Crustal fault geometries in the Zagros, Iran
Martin Casey and Rob Butler
Modelling fold development
Wanida Chantong and Rob Butler
Inversion Tectonics and structural evolution in the Khorat Plateau, Thailand.
Origin and emplacement of the Spontang ophiolite and crustal shortening
processes in the Ladakh-Zanskar Himalaya
M.A. Edwards & L. Ratschbacher
Looking down on velocity weakening? Evidence from differentially exhumed
domains of a presently active intraplate wrench fault in Tibet
Anongporn Intawong, Chris Elders & Gary Nichols
Structural Style of the Chumphon Basin and its relationship to the Khlong
Marui Fault, Gulf of Thailand
Richard Jones & Robert E. Holdsworth
Strain Compatibility & Continental Tectonics - do Upper Crustal Rocks
represent a Mechanical Continuum?
Stefano Mazzoli1, Peter Shiner2, Giovanni Deiana3, Pietro P. Pierantoni3,
Francesco Borraccini1, Giuseppe Cello3, Werter Paltrinieri4
Interaction between thin-skinned and thick-skinned thrusting in the
Adam J. Robinson
Interpreted Structural Geometries as a result of Progressive Deformation
within the margins of the Bushveld Igneous Complex: Bafokeng North Mine,
D.J. Tatham, R.W.H. Butler & G.E. Lloyd
Towards imaging ductile deformation in the lower continental crust
Vitale S. and Iannace A.
Continental collision-related strain localization in the carbonate
successions of northern Calabria (southern Italy).
Whole lithospheric folding as a mechanism of basin formation: evidence
from the Palmyride Trough, Syria