​​​​​Orogenic Architecture and Crustal Growth 

from Accretion to Collision

IGCP 662
First Workshop of IGCP-Project 662
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China

16-22 September, 2018

FIRST CIRCULAR


Organized by IGCP-Project 662

Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences



 


FIRST CIRCULAR FOR THE FIRST WORKSHOP AND FIELD TRIP IN CHINA

OF IGCP-PROJECT 662

The IGCP-Project 662 “Orogenic Architecture and Crustal Growth from Accretion to Collision” is a new project in the International Geosciences Program (2018-2022) sponsored by UNESCO and IUGS. The project will conduct comparative studies on the Central Asian Orogenic Belt (CAOB), the world’s largest Phanerozoic accretionary orogen, and the Tethyn orogenic belt, the world’s youngest extensive collisional and metallogenic belt, as well as other relevant orogens. Its main objectives are: (1) to characterize differences in crust formation and architecture between accretionary and collisional orogens; (2) to try to establish criteria to (semi-) quantitatively describe orogenic development through evaluation of the relative proportions of juvenile vs. reworked crust; and (3) to better understand the role of orogenic composition on metallogenesis. This project has two significant links that concerns fundamental Earth science problems. The first is between accretion and collision (e.g., the CAOB and Tethyan belt), and the second between orogenesis and continental growth. This study will expand our knowledge of the relationships between these processes. The project will provide a good platform for researchers on different orogens and in different fields to work together to exchange their ideas and achievements, share results, and publish high-level papers.

The first IGCP-662 workshop and field excursion will be held on  16-22 September 2018 in China. A 5-day pre-workshop field discussion and training course “Field observations and mapping of an accretionary orogen: example from Liuyuan, Beishan, southwestern CAOB, NW China” (16-20 September) will be organized by Cees van Staal and Shoufa Lin (Canada). This field excursion will investigate ophiolites, granitoids, tectonics and crustal growth in the Beishan area of NW China. Participators will be limited to 30 persons. A 1-day workshop (21 September) will follow on the field trip and will be held in the Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences (CAGS), Beijing. It will discuss a research plan for IGCP-662, including annual field and laboratory work and workshops. A 1-day post-workshop training course will be held on 22 Sept. in the Institute of Geology, CAGS, Beijing. It will include: 1) Geochronology: Principles, interpretation and implications (Prof. Alfred Kröner and Yusheng Wan), and 2) Education Geoscience Cooperation as part of the Belt and Road Initiative & International Talents Cultivation in China (Changqian Ma & Jiang Yuan).

You are welcome to participate in the First Workshop and Field excursion. Please complete the attached form and send it back to us at your earliest convenience. Registration is on a first come, first served basis.

Important dates (2018)

15 April             Online registration open

31 May               Deadline for submitting registration form

31 July               Deadline for submission of abstracts and research proposals

15 Sept.             Arrival and check-in Beijing or 16 Sept. in Dunhuang City for the field excursion

(You can fly from Beijing to Dunhuang. Further details will be given in the Second Circular)

   

20 Sept.              Arrival and check-in Beijing for workshop

21 Sept.           Workshop in Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences, Beijing

22 Sept.          Post-workshop training course in Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences, Beijing.

Details on the above activities will be shown on the workshop website at www.igcp662.com

Contact Information

Prof. Ying TONG, yingtong@cags.ac.cn,  +86 136-7120-4294

Dr. Hongrui ZHANG, 13581620980@126.com+86 135-8162-0980

Dr. Lei GUO, guolei_cn@sina.com,  +86 138-1063-1910

Dr. Lei ZHANG, leizhang@cags.ac.cn, +86 138-1009-7133

Dr. He HUANG, huanghecugb@126.com,  +86 135-8181-6019

Dr. Shan LI, lishan428@163.com, +86 138-1078-8321

Dr. Peng CHAI, cx001chaipeng@163.com, +86 185-0121-8386

Sponsored by

IGCP-662 Project Scientific committee

Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences

Beijing SHRIMP Center

University of Waterloo

China-SCO Geosciences Cooperation Research Center

Workshop Leaders

Prof. Tao WANG, Institute of Geology, CAGS, China

Prof. Dmitry GLADKOCHUB, Institute of the Earth's Crust, Siberian Branch, RAS, Russia

Prof. Zengqian HOU, Institute of Geology, CAGS, China

Prof. Reimar SELTMANN, The Natural History Museum, United Kingdom

Prof. Inna SAFONOVA, Novosibirsk State University, Russia

Prof. Wenjiao XIAO, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS, China

Prof. Suzanne Y. O'REILLY, FAA (Australia), Macquarie University, Australia

Prof. Cees VAN STAAL (Canada), Geological Survey of Canada.

Field Excursion Leaders

Prof. Cees VAN STAAL, University of Waterloo, Canada

Prof. Shoufa LIN, University of Waterloo, Canada

For further details please contact:

Office for Foreign Relations

E-mail: dzskjc@263.com

Phone: +86 10 68999672

Fax: +86 10 68997803

For international attendees, please direct initial enquiries to:

Professor Dr. Ying TONG                    Dr. Hongrui ZHANG

Institute of Geology, CAGS                         Institute of Geology, CAGS

E-mail: yingtong@cags.ac.cn                       E-mail: 13581620980@126.com

Mobile: +86 136-7120-4294                         Mobile: +86 135-8162-0980

Detail information will be given in the www.igcp662.com.

FIRST CIRCULAR FOR THE FIRST WORKSHOP AND FIELD TRIP IN CHINA

OF IGCP-PROJECT 662

September 21-22th, 2018, Beijing, China

(with pre-workshop field excursion 16-20th, Beishan area, NW China)

Registration Form

First Name

Last Name

Status (Prof., PhD etc.)

Affiliation

Address

Phone number

Fax number

E-mail

Title of presentation

Type of report (oral or poster)

Accompanying person(s)

I consider to participate in the field excursion (Yes or No)

First page of your valid passport


文本框: Copy of the Passport


Current occupation

Employer and employer’s address

Telephone numbers (mobile too)

Dates of your stay in China (arrival and departure)

Country and city where you will get the Chinese visa

Mogao Grottoes in Dunhuang in the Tang Dynasty

Dunhuang City, northwest China.

Flying information to Dunhuang:

From

To

Time

Price

Beijing

Dunhuang

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

RMB 4000  return

Shanghai

Dunhuang

8:20

RMB 2400  one way

Xi’an

Dunhuang

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

RMB 2000  one way

Dunhuang

Beijing

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

RMB 1700  one way


Register for first workshop!

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