SECOND CIRCULAR OF THE IGCP-580 MEETING, JOINT WITH IGCP-596, AVAILABLE
Bábek et al. (2013) Facies and petrophysical signature of the Tournaisian/Viséan (Lower Carboniferous)
sea-level cycle in carbonate ramp to basinal settings of the Wales-Brabant massif,
British Isles. Sedimentary Geology, 284–285, 197–213
Bertola et al. (2013) Sedimentology and magnetic susceptibility of Mississippian (Tournaisian) carbonate sections in Belgium. Bull. Geosciences., 88/1, 69-82.
Da Silva and Boulvain (2012) Analysis of the Devonian (Frasnian) platform from
Belgium: amulti-faceted approach for basin
evolution reconstruction. Basin Research, 24, 338-346.
Da Silva et al (2012) Magnetic susceptibility and its relationship
with paleoenvironments, diagenesis and remagnetization:
examples from the Devonian carbonates of Belgium. Stud. Geophy. Geodaed., 56, 677−704.
De Vleeschouwer et al., (2013) The astronomical rhythm of Late-Devonian climate change
(Kowala section, Holy Cross Mountains, Poland). EPSL, 365, 25-37.
Hladil et al (2011) Pragian–Emsian successions in Uzbekistan and Bohemia:
magnetic susceptibility logs and their
dynamic time warping alignment. Stratigraphy, 8, 217-235.
Grabowski et al. (2013) Magnetic susceptibility and spectral gamma logs in the TithonianeBerriasian
pelagic carbonates in the Tatra Mts (Western Carpathians, Poland):
Palaeoenvironmental changes at the Jurassic/Cretaceous boundary. Cretaceous Research, in press.
Michalik et al. (2013) Paleoenvironments during the Rhaetian transgression and
the colonization history of marine biota in the Fatric Unit
(Western Carpathians). Geologica Carpathica, 64, 1, 39-62.
Sliwinski et al. (2013) Constraining clastic input controls on magnetic susceptibility and
trace element anomalies during the Late Devonian punctata Event in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin. Terra Nova in press
IGCP-580 meeting in Calgary, Canada - First circular available here
In the framework of this meeting, we invite you to submit your research to a Special Publication of the Geological Society of London. Special Publications are renowned throughout the global Geoscience community for their high quality of science and production. They represent a state-of-the-art treatment of their subject matter. The Society has high standards of quality control for book proposals, and the volume editors are required to undertake full peer review of all papers to the standards expected for our journals.
Preliminary Title, Note of Interest: 15 December 2012
Title, Abstract, and Authors: 15 April 2013
Paper Submission: 31 August 2013
TREATMENT OF DATA
iDTW - dynamic time wraping : An internet application with basic dynamic time wraping algorithm. See full details here
- 2013 Final year of our project and final meeting:
If anyone is interested to organize this final meeting, please get in touch with me (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- For the end of our project, we would like to propose a thematic book (Special issue of the Geological society of London or …). If you are interested you can already keep some interesting data for this issue, 2013 is approaching very fast.
2011 Meeeting in Czech Republic:
- Pictures of the meeting are available at there (thanks to Pavel Lisy)
- Abstract books and field trip guide book of the third IGCP-580 meeting in Prague are available at this address: http://home.gli.cas.cz/hladil/KRS2011/
- Training lectures are available there, thanks to F. Hrouda and M. Chadima.
- Group picture from the Third IGCP-580 meeting in Prague (Czech Republic).
Group picture from the Second (2010) IGCP-580 meeting in Guilin (China). Further pictures on this page.
Group picture from the First IGCP-580 meeting in Liège (Belgium). Further pictures on this page.
- The special issue of Geologica Belgica related to the IGCP project is available there.