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It’s our pleasure to announce the 33rd Nordic Geological Winter Meeting to be held at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Kgs. Wednesday and Thursday you can register at the conference center, but to avoid the cue we recommend dropping by Tuesday.Lyngby, Copenhagen, Denmark – January 10-12, 2018 and organized by Geological Society of Denmark. In order to participate in the conference it is necessary to register online Please also make sure that your payment in connection to your registration fee, dinner etc. In case this is not possible, the first couple of hours on Wednesday and Thursday, you can settle the payment by credit card when you arrive to register on-site.This session will explore magmatic, tectonic and surface processes associated with the formation of the North Atlantic to our time.Conveners: Armann Höskuldsson (University of Iceland, armh [at] hi [dot] is) and Thor Thordarson (University of Iceland, torvth [at] hi [dot] is) Session 1.3.
Abstracts: Geological Society of Denmark Registration, accommodation and official invitations: DIS Congress Service Sponsorship: DGF President Karen Hanghøj Other: DTU Coordinator Line Leth Christiansen Karen Hanghøj 1. On-site Registration Registration made later than 03 January 2018 will be considered as on-site registration and consequently minor delays at the registration desk, in connection with issuing of documentation and settlement of accounts, must be anticipated.This session aims at presenting new observations and results on; the formation of lips, on mass extinction intervals, and on the possible causal relationships between lips and associated environmental changes.This may include stratigraphic and proxy records of mass extinction, documentation of the petrology, chronology and geophysics of lips, petrogenetic processes, links to modern plume related volcanism, and modelling.All remaining posters will be presented in the coffee break from 10.00-11.00 on Thursday.’Glendonite in an early Eocene Konservat-Lagerstätte (Fur Formation of Northern Denmark) and Palaeocene / Eocene formations on Svalbard are good climate and biosphere interpretive indicators.