Saskatoon 2002
Technical Program


Technical Program At-a-glance
Click on a Session ID (eg. SS2) to link to that portion of a Session

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2
7

M
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 8:00
  SS18
Athabasca
Basin &
uranium
deposits
  SS1
Geoscience
in the
classroom
SS2
Great
Plains
geomorph.
  GS5
Petrology
& Volcan-
ology
SS4
Archean
gold
deposits -
Yellowknife
Extech III
        M
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D
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Y

2
7

M
A
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 8:20
SY1
Collisional
Tectonics,
the Lewry
Symposium
SS8
Living
with
Arsenic
SS6
GIS in
Mining &
Environ-
ment
SS17
Epeiric
Seas
 8:40


9:40
Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee
10:00

SY1 cont.
Collisional
Tectonics,
the Lewry
Symposium
SS18 cont.
Athabasca
Basin &
uranium
deposits
SS8 cont.
Living
with
Arsenic
SS1 cont.
Geoscience
in the
classroom
SS2 cont.
Great
Plains
geomorph.
  GS5 cont.
Petrology
& Volcan-
ology
SS4 cont.
Archean
gold
deposits -
Yellowknife
Extech III
  SS6 cont.
GIS in
Mining &
Environ.
SS17 cont.
Epeiric
Seas
 
10:40
 
11:10
GAC Presidential Address:  Extraordinary Life of a Geologist! by Stephen Morison (Outgoing President of GAC), Room A143
12:00
--- Lunch Break ---     (GAC Luncheon - Garry Room, Marquis Hall)
14:00

SY1 cont.
Collisional
Tectonics,
the Lewry
Symposium
SS18 cont.
Athabasca
Basin &
uranium
deposits
SS8 cont.
Living
with
Arsenic
SS1 cont.
Geoscience
in the
classroom
SS2 cont.
Great
Plains
geomorph.
GS3
Struct-
Geol. &
Tectonics
GS5 cont.
Petrology
& Volcan-
ology
SS4 cont.
Archean
gold
deposits -
Yellowknife
Extech III
SS15
Evolution
of Earth
and Life
SS6 cont.
GIS in
Mining &
Environ-
ment
SS17 cont.
Epeiric
Seas
SS21
Profess.
Geoscien-
tists &
Environ.
Issues
15:20
 
15:40
   
16:00
Poster Sessions (Atrium): SS2 (1-12); GS3 (13-19); SS18 (20-39); SS17 (43-47); GS9 (49, 57-59); GS5 (50-52); SS4 (53-56); SS1 (61-64 - Th110)

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2
8

M
A
Y
 8:00
  SS18 cont.
Athabasca
Basin &
uranium
deposits
SY3
Metals in
the Environ-
ment around
smelters
SS10
Central
Sask.
kimberlites
GS2
Geo-
morph-
ology
  GS6
Geochem-
istry &
Precam-
brian
Geology
    SS14
Tectonics
and
Volcanism
SS16
Palaeo-
ecology
of benthic
communities
SS25
EPR-ESR
T
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S
D
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2
8

M
A
Y
 8:20
SY1 cont.
Collisional
Tectonics,
the Lewry
Symposium
SS5
Evolution
of Western
Rae-
Hearne
GS1
Economic
Geology
 8:40
 9:00
SS13
Geoscience
in Arch-
aeology
9:40
Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee
10:00

SY1 cont.
Collisional
Tectonics,
the Lewry
Symposium
SS18 cont.
Athabasca
Basin &
uranium
deposits
SY3 cont.
Metals in
the Environ-
ment around
smelters
SS10 cont.
Central
Sask.
kimberlites
GS2 cont.
Geo-
morph-
ology
SS5 cont.
Evolution
of Western
Rae-
Hearne
GS6 cont.
Geochem-
istry &
Precam-
brian
Geology
GS1 cont.
Economic
Geology
SS13 cont.
Geoscience
in Arch-
aeology
SS14 cont.
Tectonics
and
Volcanism
SS16 cont.
Palaeo-
ecology
of benthic
communities
SS25 cont.
EPR-ESR
10:40
 
11:10
MAC Presidential Address:  Micro Trace Element Analysis - New Applications in the Mineral Sciences by Brian Fryer (Outgoing President of MAC), Room A143
12:00
--- Lunch Break ---     (MAC Luncheon - Exeter Room, Marquis Hall)
14:00

SY1 cont.
Collisional
Tectonics,
the Lewry
Symposium
SY2
Precam-
brian
basins
of N.A.
SY3 cont.
Metals in
the Environ-
ment around
smelters
SS10 cont.
Central
Sask.
kimberlites
GS2 cont.
Geo-
morph-
ology
SS5 cont.
Evolution
of Western
Rae-
Hearne
GS6 cont.
Geochem-
istry &
Precam-
brian
Geology
GS1 cont.
Economic
Geology
SS13 cont.
Geoscience
in Arch-
aeology
SS14 cont.
Tectonics
and
Volcanism
SS16 cont.
Palaeo-
ecology
of benthic
communities
GS8
Mineralogy
& Crystal-
lography
15:00

 
15:40
 
16:00
Poster Sessions (Atrium): GS2 (1-10); SY1 (11-14); SS5 (15-18); SY3 (19-28); GS6 (29-41); SS20 (42-44); SS10 (45-47); GS9 (48); GS1 (50-57); GS8 (58); SS25 (59)

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2
9

M
A
Y
 8:00
  SY2 cont.
Precam-
brian
basins
of N.A.
SY3 cont.
Metals in
the Environ-
ment around
smelters
SY4
Applic. of
Synchrotron
Light Sources
SS24
Late
Cenozoic
fluvial
deposits
  SS22
Palynology
and micro-
palaeont
ology of
boundaries
  SS23
Geoarch-
aelogy &
paleo-
environ.,
Canadian
Plains
  SS9
Hydro-
carbons
in the
Williston
Basin
  W
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N
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S
D
A
Y

2
9

M
A
Y
 8:20
SY1 cont.
Collisional
Tectonics,
the Lewry
Symposium
SS5 cont.
Evolution
of Western
Rae-
Hearne
SS20
Rodinia
in the
Grenville
Province
SS19
Minerals
in hot
springs &
epithermal
systems
 8:40



GS1 cont.
Economic
Geology
9:40
Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee
10:00
SY1 cont.
Collisional
Tectonics,
the Lewry
Symposium
SY2 cont.
Precam-
brian
basins
of N.A.
SY3 cont.
Metals in
the Environ-
ment around
smelters
SY4 cont.
Applic. of
Synchrotron
Light Sources
SS24 cont.
Late
Cenozoic
fluvial
deposits
SS5 cont.
Evolution
of Western
Rae-
Hearne
SS22 cont.
Palynology
and micro-
palaeont
ology of
boundaries
GS1 cont.
Economic
Geology
SS23 cont.
Geoarch-
aelogy &
paleo-
environ.,
Canadian
Plains
SS20 cont.
Rodinia
in the
Grenville
Province
SS9 cont.
Hydro-
carbons,
Williston
Basin
SS19 cont.
Minerals
in hot
springs &
epithermal
systems
10:40
 
11:10
MIAC Presidential Address:  The Tagish Lake Meteorite:  A Sample of the Outer Asteroid Belt by Allen Hildegrand (University of Calgary), Room A143
12:00
--- Lunch Break ---     (MDD Luncheon - Exeter Room, Marquis Hall)
14:00

GS7
Geophysics
SY2 cont.
Precam-
brian
basins
of N.A.
  SY4 cont.
Applic. of
Synchrotron
Light Sources
  SS5 cont.
Evolution
of Western
Rae-
Hearne
        SS9 cont.
Hydro-
carbons,
Williston
Basin
 
15:40
   
16:00
Poster Sessions (Atrium): SY2 (1-8); SY4 (9-10); GS1 (11-19); SS22 (20-26); GS4 (27-38); GS7 (39-42); SS9 (43-48); SS6 (50-56); GS9 (57-60)
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