St. Catharines 2004
Technical Program



Wednesday Morning, 12 May /
Mercredi matin, le 12 mai

SS19:  Molecules to Planets: Infrared spectroscopy in geochemistry, exploration geochemistry and remote sensing  (I)
Organizers / Organisateurs:  Penny King, Mike Ramsay, Gregg Swayze
Room / Salle:  AS 201
Chairs / Présidents:  Mike Ramsey and Greg Swayze


Time Authors / Title
8:00 
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Hofmeister, A.M.  Physical properties of calcium aluminates from vibrational spectroscopy

8:20 
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Roberge, J.* and Wallace, P.J.  FTIR analysis of water and carbon dioxide in basaltic glass and rhyolitic glass inclusions in quartz phenocrysts

8:40 
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Hirschmugl, C.J.  Applications of storage ring infrared microspectroscopy and reflection-absorption spectroscopy to geochemistry and environmental science

9:00 
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Goryniuk, M.C.*, Rivard, B. and Jones, B.  The effect of grain size on the thermal infrared reflectance spectra of opal-A from Ohaaki Hot Springs, New Zealand

9:20 Refreshment Break

9:40 
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Byrnes, J.M.*, Ramsey, M.S. and King, P.L.  Infrared spectroscopic analysis of synthetic glasses: application to basaltic lava flow emplacement

10:00 
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Kraft, M.D.*, Michalski, J.R. and Sharp, T.G.  Thermal emission spectra of secondary silicates formed in arid-zone basalt weathering

10:20 
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Feng, J.J., Rivard, B.B.* and Gallie, A.A.  Estimating bulk chemistry and modal mineralogy of igneous cores using thermal infrared spectroscopy

10:40 
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Thomson, V.L.* and Morris, W.A.  Integrating hyperspectral imagery and aeromagnetics to develop a 3D geologic model of the Cuprite Mining District, Nevada

11:00 
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Perry, S.L.  Review of airborne and orbiting remote sensing systems applied to worldwide mineral exploration – case histories focused on infrared (IR) spectroscopy



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