Geology 2023

Speaker at Geology and Earth Science 2023 - Myint Win Bo
Keynote Presentation
Myint Win Bo, Toronto Metropolitan University , Canada

The term “ground” is defined in BS 5930 (1999) as covering soils, rocks, and made ground (e.g., reclaimed land). While Field Investigation refers to investigat­ing the whole site and surrounding field for all aspects, Site Investigation investi­gates cover onl [....] » Read More

Speaker at Geology and Earth Science 2023 - Shozo Yanagida
Keynote Presentation
Shozo Yanagida, Osaka University, Japan

Atmospheric concentration of about 0.04% carbon dioxide is by no means the main cause of global warming. Climate change can be ascertained according to the Earth's radiation balance. Radio wave radiation (THz, MHz, Radio wave) from sunlight is absorbed by ocean water and sili [....] » Read More

Speaker at Geology and Earth Science 2023 - Oscar Andres Cuanalo Campos
Oral Presentation
Oscar Andres Cuanalo Campos, Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla, Mexico

The rains are one of the main triggers of landslide phenomena in the mountainous region of Puebla, which values reach up 4500 mm/year in some places in this area. Rainfalls combined with other factors such as morphology (mountainous topographic relief with strong inclinations), s [....] » Read More

Speaker at Geology and Earth Science 2023 - Martina Gaglioti
Oral Presentation
Martina Gaglioti, LIPU, Italy

Our Planet is facing multiple challenges and to address them a multiperspective attitude is needed. On this perspective, the environmental education is a mission, which cannot be accomplished without getting your hands dirty, directly on field. This contribution is an overview of [....] » Read More

Speaker at Geology and Earth Science 2023 - Ali Almohammed
Oral Presentation
Ali Almohammed, Pandit Deendayal Energy University, India

The cause of color in fluorite has been studied by mineralogists in the interest of aesthetics to link the geochemistry of specific mineral deposits, and their application as lasers. The color of fluorite minerals has been connected to the existence of defect centers, structural [....] » Read More

Speaker at Geology and Earth Science 2023 - Arun K Shandilya
Oral Presentation
Arun K Shandilya, Dr HSG University Sagar, India

The southern Bundel Khand region of the South Ganga basin is characterized by the occurrence of the hydrocarbon and helium gas in the rocks of the Vindhyan Super group, which were deposited in an early Middle to Late Proterozoic era in the Indian continent. This sedimentary basin [....] » Read More

Speaker at Geology and Earth Science 2023 - Maria Vicenta Esteller Alberich
Poster Presentation
Maria Vicenta Esteller Alberich, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México, Mexico

In coastal aquifers, there is a natural freshwater-saltwater equilibrium relationship that can be altered by human action by reducing the discharge of freshwater into the sea as a result of pumping extractions. This subterranean advance of seawater can occur in different ways, th [....] » Read More

Speaker at Geology and Earth Science 2023 -  Ravi Kikar Sinha
Poster Presentation
Ravi Kikar Sinha, Private Indian Reporter, India

If two points are equidistant from a third point (their origin/precursor/ source) then, whatever variance and hence standard deviation exists for the two points for a given trait, is also a reasonably good estimate of variance/standard deviation at the third (their origin/precurs [....] » Read More

Speaker at Geology and Earth Science 2023 -  Leonid Anisimov
Keynote Presentation
Leonid Anisimov, Volgograd State University, Russian Federation

Author supposes that formation waters inherit chemical composition of surface water from sedimentary basin. Salinity of ancient basins is a reason to explain the formation water (sedimentary water) composition in many cases. Hydrochemical analysis of lithological sections for eve [....] » Read More

Speaker at Geology and Earth Science 2023 - Alexey Yu Kazansky
Oral Presentation
Alexey Yu Kazansky, Geological Institute RAS, Russian Federation

The Siberian loess province is comparable in area to the well-known Chinese loess plateau. However, until now, this area remains practically unexplored. Since the publications by Chlachula et al.(1997-2003) western researchers have formed a stable opinion that the formation of th [....] » Read More

Speaker at Geology and Earth Science 2023 - Ghritartha Goswami
Oral Presentation
Ghritartha Goswami, North Eastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology, India

Rising sea levels have a significant impact on saltwater intrusion, which has been researched for decades. The issue gets significantly worse when the effects of overpumping and sea level rise are coupled. It is yet in the preliminary phases to consider real sloping seaward borde [....] » Read More

Speaker at Geology and Earth Science 2023 - S M Mahdi Niktabar
Oral Presentation
S M Mahdi Niktabar, Institute of Geonics Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic

Many of the joints may have been filled by transported material or joint walls being weathered. In comparison to the joint blocks the filling material is much weaker as it is generated by rock fracturing or weathering of joint block material. Infilled joints exist in many cases o [....] » Read More

Speaker at Geology and Earth Science 2023 - Sonia Boudjabi
Oral Presentation
Sonia Boudjabi, Université De Tebessa, Algeria

The challenge of combating global warming is a major one for scientific researchers.An issue of great interest in the scientific community's debate. As a result, several reflections have been made, targeting different ways to implement Carbon Capture and Storage solutions in [....] » Read More

Speaker at Geology and Earth Science 2023 - Evdokimov Alexander Nikolaevich
Oral Presentation
Evdokimov Alexander Nikolaevich, St. Petersburg Mining University, Russian Federation

The process of formation of hydrocarbons is associated with the warming of the subsoil. In this case, intensive conversion of scattered organic matter (RM) into oil and gas takes place. This process is activated at the depths of immersion of the initial oil horizon to a depth of [....] » Read More

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