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  Oral Programme - SSS1 Soils and weathered rocks from microscopic to atomic scale. Towards a chronology of weathering processes (co-listed in BG, CL, CR, GMPV & GM) (including Philippe Duchaufour Medal Lecture)

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Convener: Gerard, M.
Co-Convener: Stoops, G., Zagorski, Z.

Wednesday, 5 April 2006

Lecture Room: Lecture Room 28

Chairperson: GERARD, M.

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13:30 - 14:00
EGU06-A-10384;  SSS1-1WE3O-001
Fitzpatrick, E.A.
The value of micromorphology in soil classification (Philippe Duchaufour Medal Lecture) (solicited)

14:00 - 14:15
EGU06-A-05627;  SSS1-1WE3O-002
Meunier, J.D.; Alexandre, A.; Basile-Doelsch, I.
The environmental record of secondary silica minerals in weathered rocks (solicited)

14:15 - 14:30
EGU06-A-05025;  SSS1-1WE3O-003
Tsatskin, A.; Gendler, T.S.; Heller, F.
Identification of multiphase paleosols in eolian sequences by micromorphology, enviromagnetism and Mössbauer spectroscopy (solicited)

14:30 - 14:45
EGU06-A-06229;  SSS1-1WE3O-004
Balan, E.; Allard, T.; Fritsch, E.; Calas, G.
How fast does kaolinite transform in lateritic soils? (solicited)

14:45 - 15:00
EGU06-A-04559;  SSS1-1WE3O-005
Chabaux, F.; Pelt, E.; Lévêque, J.J.; Dequincey, O.
Use of 238U-234U-230Th radioactive disequilibria to constrain the recent dynamics of lateritic iron caps: inferences from the Kaya lateritic toposequence. (solicited)


Chairperson: STOOPS, G. AND TASTSKIN, A.

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15:30 - 15:45
EGU06-A-07092;  SSS1-1WE4O-001
Gérard, M.; Caquineau, S.; Chenet, A.L.; Fluteau, F.; Courtillot, V.; Subbarao, K.V.
Red Boles in the Deccan traps: Time constraints from alteration processes.

15:45 - 16:00
EGU06-A-05305;  SSS1-1WE4O-002
Fehér, O.; Langohr, R.
Micromorphology as a tool to unravel the origin of Andosols in the Seaca-Tãtarca Mountains, Romania

16:00 - 16:15
EGU06-A-04834;  SSS1-1WE4O-003
Rodriguez Flores, R.; Ferro Vazquez, C.; Stoops, G.; Martinez Cortizas, A.
Elemental composition of soils developed on volcanic materials of Isla Santa Cruz (Galápagos Islands)

16:15 - 16:30
EGU06-A-10992;  SSS1-1WE4O-004
Durand, N.; Hamelin, B.; Curmi, P.; Gunnell, Y.
TIMS U-Th dating of calcretes from Southern India: new insight into pedogenic processes in semi-arid regions

16:30 - 16:45
EGU06-A-03282;  SSS1-1WE4O-005
Lindblom, S.; Ivarsson, M.
Advantages of Doubly Polished Thin Sections in the Study of Fossilized Microorganisms in Volcanic Rock

16:45 - 17:00
EGU06-A-10388;  SSS1-1WE4O-006
Stoops, G.; Valvoulidou, E.; Monteiro, F.
Micropedology, Mineralogy and Biology of Soils derived from volcanic Ash on Santorini (Greece)


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