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The Geoscience paradigm: resources, risk and future perspectives

Potenza, 19-21 September 2023

Proposed Sessions

P1. Bioengineers of Mediterranean build-ups: looking at present to reconstruct the past and predict the future
P2. Biogeochemical processes in the Anthropocene: nutrients and pollutants cycling across the environmental matrices
P3. Geodiversity and Biodiversity
Climate in the past, present and future
P4. Sea-level and coastal changes. From the field proxies to the future scenarios

P5. Unravelling paleoclimatic proxies from ancient successions in the Neogene-to-Quaternary of the Mediterranean Basin

Cultural and geoheritage
P6. Geomaterials and Cultural Heritage
P7. Geosciences and heritage in a time-lapse: origin, lifetime and future challenges
P8. Natural and artificial stones: from historical and local evidences towards new innovative opportunities
P9. New perspectives in the restoration and in the preventive conservation of Cultural Heritage: from diagnosis to innovative protocols for a sustainable maintenance
P10. Pigments in archaeology and art history as indicators of technological know-how, production areas, and commercial relations: spectroscopic imaging, minero-petrographic characterization, and chemometrics
P11. Sustainability in dimension and ornamental stones industry: stones as tangible trace of culture and history at local and global scale
P12. Virtual Palaeontological Heritage: conservation and perspectives
Earth observation and modelling
P13. Modelling complex geochemical systems in the Earth's Critical Zone: mathematical, statistical and thermodynamical approaches
P14. The contribution of geophysics to the development of tomorrow's resilient and sustainable cities
P15. The new era of remote sensing and 3D modelling in digital geological mapping
P16. The Remote Sensing and UASs approaches in Geoscience applications

P17. A multidisciplinary approach for studying the water-rock interaction processes: hydrogeochemical  modeling, isotopes and statistical analyses
P18. Urban mineralogy and biogeochemistry: multi-scale, multi- matrices and multi-instrumental investigations
P19. Advances in geochemical tools for tracing fluid sources and timescales of fluid production and transport in the Earth's crust
P20. Characterisation, monitoring and modelling of rock-fluid and fluid-fluid interaction processes within the crust using multidisciplinary approaches
P21. Geochemistry of fluids from hydrothermal and volcanic environments: classical, innovative, and prospective approaches to investigate the behavior of natural systems
P22. Fluid emission in active tectonic and volcanic settings: The interplay among tectonic structures, geochemistry and triggering mechanisms
P23. Geochemistry of sediments and sedimentary ores: addressing paleogeographic restoration and georesources exploration
P24. Mercury as a global contaminant: from geogenic and anthropogenic sources to environmental impact and potential remediation strategies
P25. New approaches in geochemical data analysis and mapping: from the urban scale to continental wide experiences
P26. Petrological and geochemical tools to investigate recycling processes in the Earth's system
P27. The continental crust through space and time: unraveling igneous, metamorphic and mineralization processes
P28. Geodetic observations and multi-source data for the analysis and modeling of Earth's surface deformation

P29. Exploring the feedback between tectonics and landscape evolution processes
P30. Geophysical and hydrogeological investigation for exploration and monitoring of coastal and fluvial systems
P31. Magnitude, rates and timing of topographic evolution from modelling and quantifying techniques
P32. Rocky coasts, an ever-changing landscape: landforms, processes and hazards.

Industrial application in mineralogy, petrography and geochemistry
P33. Enhancement of waste from quarrying and mining operations through environmentally sustainable solutions and processing
P34. From waste to resource: the contribution of the mineralogy to waste management
P35. Geomaterials: characterization, industrial uses and environmentally friendly innovative applications
P36. Industrial and Environmental Geochemistry for a Sustainable Future
P37. Sustainable strategies for the design and development of innovative materials: from non-renewable resources to valorisation of anthropic wastes

P38. Environmental and occupational exposures to inorganic dust: from local sources to global issue
P39. Fluid inclusion studies and the role they play in the understanding of fluid phases in geological environments
P40. Mineral crystal chemistry: a powerful tool for our understanding of the inner nature of geomaterials. In memory of Alessandro Guastoni
P41. Mineral science for waste recycle and circular economy
P42. Scientific investigations on gemmological and ornamental materials
P43. The identification and characterization of gemstones: from natural to laboratory-grown gem materials and their impact in the gem market
P44. The future of Mineralogy: events and outcomes of the Year of Mineralogy 2022
P45. Biominerals and environmental mineralogy
Natural Hazards and risks
P46. Asbestos and fibrous geomaterials: from monitoring and assessment to good practices in their treatment and disposal in the context of green transition
P47. Geophysics: a tool for Natural Risks Mitigation
P48. Landslide hazard and risk: current issues and future developments
P49. Radon and natural radioactivity: implications from the geogenic sources to the human health risk
P50. Reconstructing volcano-stratigraphies and eruptive histories toward better constrained hazard assessment and risk mitigation
Outreach and education
P51. Exploring geoscience communication
P52. Geoscience at School

P53. Virtual Palaeontology: applications and perspectives

P54. Carbonatites and ores exploitation: a new frontier in geosciences
P55. Natural and experimental magma differentiation processes in open systems
P56. Very low to low grade metamorphism in orogenic belts: how mineral assemblages and isotopic characterization support tectonic interpretations
P57. A journey into the alkaline and calc-alkaline magmatism of the Mediterranean area: new insights and future perspectives
P58. Unveiling the evolution of the oceanic and continental lithosphere through the study of mantle rocks, primary melts and crustal sections
Planetary Sciences
P59. Extraterrestrial materials: from meteorites to planetary bodies
P60. Geology, mineralogy and petrology in space: exploring planetary bodies in the Solar System and beyond
P61. To Earth and beyond: Remote Sensing applications from Geosciences to Planetary Exploration
Stratigraphy and Sedimentology
P62. Cross-disciplinary investigations of extensional systems
P63. From facies to depositional sequences: experimental approaches and case studies on the analysis of sediments and sedimentary rocks
P64. New advances in the tectono-stratigraphic evolution of the central and southern Apennines
P65. Processes of volcaniclastic sedimentation: analytical, experimental and modelling approaches for stratigraphic record and modern environments
P66. Straits, seaways and gateways: dynamic model and stratigraphic reconstruction from modern and ancient case studies
P67. Progetto METIQ-mare: a new view of the Quaternary Geology of the Italian Seas
Sustainability for energy and resources, agriculture, water management and food traceability
P68. Contamination and climate change on groundwater: challenges and opportunities
P69. Elemental and isotope geochemistry as a tool for provenance analysis and traceability
P70. Geochemical and isotopic approaches for the improvement of agricultural practices and food safety
P71. Mining- and bio-waste for a sustainable world
P72. Sustainable development and management of groundwater resources
P73. Water-Energy-Food Nexus as key for the sustainable development
P74. Mineral deposits: understanding, exploring and exploiting, in a sustainable way

P75. The geoscientist and the geothermal exploration

Tectonics and Structural Geology
P76. Crystalline basements: from field mapping to micro-scale analysis
P77. Exploring the multidimensional nature of shear zones at 360°
P78. Deformation and faults: from deep to shallow crust and from long term to seismic hazard
P79. Field analogue studies of fractured reservoirs and discrete fracture networks
P80. From continental rifting to break-up: tectonics, magmatism and their variations in space and time
P81. From macro- to micro-investigations in structural geology: methodological essentials and advances
P82. How tectonics and fluid-rock interaction shape Earth's resources?
P83. Multidisciplinary investigations of volcano-tectonic processes
P84. Data and Questions on the deformation history of the southern Apennines of Italy: from long-term tectonics to seismogenic faulting

P85. Magma storage, transport, fragmentation, and dynamics of deposition: advances in understanding magmatic processes and eruptive behaviors