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TIGeR Conferences

Find information on the below TIGeR conferences below:

TIGeR Conference 2017

TImescales of Geological Processes

13-15 September, 2017
Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia

The aim of this 3-day conference is to promote progress at the leading edge of this topic through presentations and open-forum discussion.

We will focus on key aspects of the time-scales of:

  • Terrestrial planet formation and evolution
  • Orogenesis and metamorphism
  • Metasomatism and fluid flow
  • Crystal growth in nature
  • Element transport on short and long spatial scales
  • Ore formation
  • Weathering and related topics

The total number of participants will be limited to about 80-100, to facilitate active participation and open discussion. So register early to avoid disappointment.

Conference brochure

Please download the brochure.

Register for the conference

Please download the Registration Form and return to tiger@curtin.edu.au

Sponsors

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TIGeR Conference 2016

Rock alteration in the upper crust: Element mobility and concentration

26-28 September, 2016
Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia

The aim of this 3-day conference is to promote progress at the leading edge of this topic through presentations and open-forum discussion.

We will focus on key aspects of:

  • Rock hydration and carbonation: length and time scales
  • Element mobility and enrichment
  • Mineralisation
  • Enhanced alteration: in situ recovery
  • Environmental remediation
  • Reactions and transport in the critical zone
  • Geomicrobiology/biogeochemistry

The total number of participants will be limited to about 80-100 to facilitate active participation and open discussion, so register early to avoid disappointment.

Conference program

Please download the program.

Sponsors

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TIGeR Conference 2015

Key issues in fluid-rock interaction: From the nano to the macroscale

23-25 September, 2015
Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia

The aim of this 3-day conference is to promote progress at the leading edge of this topic through presentations and open-forum discussion. We will focus on key aspects of:

  • The mineral-fluid interface
  • Mechanisms of reactive fluid flow through low permeability rocks
  • Mass transfer and mineralization; timescales
  • Fluids, rock strength and deformation mechanisms
  • Fluids and geodynamics

The total number of participants will be limited to about 80-100, to facilitate active participation and open discussion, so register early to avoid disappointment.

Conference program

Please download the program.

Sponsors

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