Whitehorse 2016
Technical Program


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Technical Program At-a-Glance
(Subject to minor changes)
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  Lecture Hall
A2206
 
A2402
 
A2406
 
A2601
 
C1440
 
C1530
 
T1023

 
Gymnasium  
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  SS11
Cratons, Kimberlites,
and Diamonds
        (Starts 8:20)
SS9
Northern
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 9:00
SS15
Stable Isotopes
& Earth Systems
SS05
Environmental
Stewardship
in Mining
SS20
Geoscience
Professionalism
SS3
Tectonics
 9:20

SS13
Ore Petrography
10:00
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10:20 SS15
Stable Isotopes
& Earth Systems
SS11
Cratons, Kimberlites,
and Diamonds
SS05
Environmental
Stewardship ...
SS20
Geoscience
Professionalism
SS13
Ore
Petrography
SS3
Tectonics
SS9
Northern
Resources
 
10:40
11:00
GAC® Presidential Address:   Commitment, Collaboration & Communication - the Backbones of Geoscience
        by  Victoria Yehl,  Teck Resources Ltd.,  Vancouver, BC   (President of GAC®),   Room T1023, 11:00 - 11:30 am
GAC® Plenary Address:   Hot Springs, Microbes, and Precipitates
        by   Brian Jones,  University of Alberta,   (Logan Medalist),   Room T1023, 11:30 am - 12:00 pm
12:00
( GAC® Annual Luncheon - Kinnikinnick Kaff, 12:00 - 1:00 pm )
13:00

SS15 cont.
Stable Isotopes
& Earth Systems
SS11 cont.
Cratons, Kimberlites,
and Diamonds
SS07
Geohazards
in a Changing
Climate
SS17
Geoarcheology
SS13 cont.
Ore
Petrography
SS3 cont.
Tectonics
SS9 cont.
Northern
Resources
 
14:40
— Refreshment Break —
15:20

SS15 cont.
Stable Isotopes
& Earth Systems
SS11 cont.
Cratons, Kimberlites,
and Diamonds

(Ends 5:00)
SS07
Geohazards
in a Changing
Climate
SS17
Geoarcheology
SS13 cont.
Ore
Petrography
SS3 cont.
Tectonics


(Ends 5:00)
SS9 cont.
Northern
Resources
 
16:20    
Exhibit and Poster Reception I, 4:00 - 6:00 pm (Gymnasium): SS15 (2); SS5 (3); SS20 (2); SS13 (5); SS3 (6); SS9 (2); SS17 (3); SS8 (3); SS14 (5); SS18 (3); SS7 (1) (35) Exhibits
Posters

17:30
Soak & BBQ  Takhini Hot Springs,  6:00 - 9:00 pm  A bus will depart Yukon College bus loop at 5:30, return downtown Whitehorse by 9:00 pm
19:30
Public Lecture:   Ice Age Klondike – frozen mammoths from the goldfields
        by  Grant Zazula,  Beringia Centre, 7:30 pm

  Lecture Hall
A2206

A2402

A2406

A2601

C1440

C1530

T1023

 
Gymnasium  
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 8:40 SS18
Geophysical
Constraints
(Starts 8:20)
SS10
Earth Science
Websites
SS13 cont.
Ore
Petrography
SS4
Welcome & Intro
Metallogeny
of N. American
Margin
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 9:00 SS14
Tantalum, Tin,
and Tungsten
SS08
Crustal
Neotectonics
SS3 cont.
Tectonics
 9:20

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10:20 SS18
Geophysical
Constraints
SS14
Tantalum, Tin,
and Tungsten
SS08
Crustal
Neotectonics
SS10
Earth Science
Websites
SS13 cont.
Ore
Petrography
SS3 cont.
Tectonics
SS4
Metallogeny
of N.A. Margin
 
10:40
11:00
Peacock Lecture:   From uranium mineralogy to nanoscale uranium control and back
        by  Peter Burns, Notre Dame University   Room T1023, 11:00 - 11:30 pm
MAC Presidential Address:   Sulphate mineralogy:  from Mars to mine waste
        by  Ron Peterson, Queen's University   (President of MAC),   Room T1023, 11:30 am - 12:00 pm
12:00
( MAC Annual Luncheon - Kinnikinnick Kaff, 12:00 - 1:00 pm )
13:00

SS1
New Data from
an Old Continent
SS14 cont.
Tantalum, Tin,
and Tungsten
SS08 cont.
Crustal
Neotectonics
SS10 cont.
Earth Science
Websites
SS13 cont.
Ore
Petrography
SS3 cont.
Tectonics
SS4 cont.
Metallogeny
of N.A. Margin
 
14:40
—  Refreshment Break  —
15:20

SS1
New Data from
an Old Continent

(Ends 5:00)
SS14 cont.
Tantalum, Tin,
and Tungsten

(Ends 5:00)
  SS10 cont.
Panel Discussion
Earth Science
Websites
SS13 cont.
Ore
Petrography

(Ends 5:00)
SS3 cont.
Tectonics
SS4 cont.
Metallogeny
of N. American
Margin
 
16:00
16:20    
Exhibit and Poster Reception II, 4:00 - 6:00 pm (Gymnasium): SS4 (10); SS6 (7); SS12 (4); GS1 (17); SS1 (4) (42)
Exhibits
Posters

17:45
Brewery Tour  Yukon Brewing,  6:00 - 7:00 pm  A bus will depart Yukon College bus loop at 5:45, return downtown Whitehorse after tour
19:30
Public Lecture:   Beautiful Lofty Things:  Yukon’s Favourite Mountains
        by  JoAnne Nelson,  Beringia Centre, 7:30 pm

  Lecture Hall
A2206

A2402

A2406

A2601

C1440

C1530

T1023
Bostock
Meeting Room
Gymnasium  
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 8:20           SS16
Beringia:
Dinosaurs to
Mammoths
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 9:00 SS19  Canadian
Contributions to
Planet. Sciences
SS06
Indicator
Minerals
SS12
Metamorphism
and Petrology
SS4 cont.
Metallogeny
of N.A. Margin
EdGEO Teacher
Professional
Development
Workshop
10:00
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10:20
  SS19  Canadian
Contributions to
Planet. Sciences
SS06
Indicator
Minerals
  SS12
Metamorphism
and Petrology
SS16
Beringia:
Dinosaurs ...
SS4 cont.
Metallogeny
of N.A. Margin
10:40
11:00
Plenary Address:  Perspectives on fifty years of tectonic and metallogenic research in the northern Cordillera
        by  Jim Mortensen,  UBC  (Recipient of J.C. Sproule Northern Exploration Award - CIM),   Room T1023, 11:00 am - 11:50 am
12:00
( MDD Annual Luncheon - Kinnikinnick Kaff, 12:00 - 1:00 pm )  
13:00

SS2
NW Laurentia's
Neighbours in
Proterozoic
SS19 cont.
Canadian
Contributions to
Planet. Sciences
SS06 cont.
Indicator
Minerals
SS21
Teaching
Post-Secondary
Earth Science
SS12 cont.
Metamorphism
and Petrology
SS16 cont.
Beringia:
Dinosaurs to
Mammoths
SS4 cont.
Metallogeny
of N. American
Margin
EdGEO Teacher
Professional
Development
Workshop
14:40
—  Refreshment Break  —
15:20

SS2
NW Laurentia's
Neighbours in
Proterozoic
SS19 cont. Canadian
... Planet. Sciences
SS06 cont.
Indicator Minerals
    SS16 cont.
Beringia:
Dinosaurs ...
   
16:20    
16:40    
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