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Please remember to bring your confirmation of registration (all registrants) and valid student ID (only student registrants) Meeting Secretariat NGWM 2018 c/o DIS Congress Service Herlev Ringvej 2C DK-2730 Herlev Denmark Telephone: 45 4492 4492 Telefax: 45 4492 5050 E-mail: participants [at] discongress [dot] com Confirmation An official confirmation of registration will be e-mailed to the participant upon receipt of registration fees. High and Low temperature Geochemistry, Cosmochemistry and Geochronology: Karina Sand 14. We welcome studies of the temporal and spatial evolution of mantle plumes in terms of composition, temperature, sources, magma chamber processes and surface expressions.

Please remember to bring your proof of payment for presentation upon request. Engineering and Enviromental Geology: Joakim Korshøj 11. We also encourage contributions addressing mantle metasomatism, the interaction between asthenospheric melts and lithospheric mantle and the tectonic processes triggering intraplate magmatism.

The 3-day meeting covered no less than 17 topics with a total of 52 sessions of which included 377 oral presentations and 157 posters.

More than 600 people attended the conference that was put together by the help of 17 scientific coordinators, 35 student helpers and a the complete board of the Geological Society of Denmark as well as volunteer contributers at the Technical University.

We seek contributions that model magma evolution, explore the new ideas, and evaluate and quantify the importance of in situ fractionation for the evolution of melts in magma chambers. Nielsen (GEUS), Marian Holness (Cambridge University) Session 1.6.

Alkaline magmatism, carbonatites and associated mineral resources.

Alternative models, such as repeated replenishment and magma mixing, and the effects of liquid phase separation on the evolution of inwardly migrating solidification fronts, have profound importance for the modelling of lines of liquid descent, the relative timing of the arrival of new phases on the liquidus of the evolving melts, depletion/enrichment in trace elements, and mineralisation processes.

Groundwater – surface water interaction; chemical and quantitative impacts on rivers, lakes, wetlands, fjords and coastal areas. This session will explore magmatic, tectonic and surface processes associated with the formation of the North Atlantic to our time.

Open discussion towards a regional IAH Nordic Group will take place afterwards in Room S8Karen Hanghøj 1. Conveners: Armann Höskuldsson (University of Iceland, armh [at] hi [dot] is) and Thor Thordarson (University of Iceland, torvth [at] hi [dot] is) Session 1.3.

The Nordic region is a particular hotspot for exploration and research on such critical metal deposits.

This session invites all contributions focussing on understanding the magmatic and hydrothermal evolution of alkaline igneous rocks, carbonatites and associated mineralisation, utilising new insights from petrology, mineralogy, geochemistry and geophysics. The origin, evolution and architecture of magmatic plumbing systems may be studied by a wealth of different methods, including petrology, geochemistry, geodetics, tectonics, analog modeling, seismology and structural mapping of exposed outcrops to name a few.