[Geodynamics] Tectonics of the Tasmanides

Gideon Rosenbaum g.rosenbaum at uq.edu.au
Wed Feb 10 01:47:55 AEDT 2016

Dear Colleagues,

For those of you who haven't yet submitted their abstracts to the Australian Earth Sciences Convention (26-30 June 2016, Adelaide), please consider submitting a contribution to the following session:

Tectonics of the Tasmanides

The Tasmanides, an assembly of late Neoproterozoic to Triassic orogenic belts in eastern Australia, occupy approximately third of the Australian continent. Recent research in the Tasmanides, facilitated by a larger volume of geochronological databases and higher resolution geophysical data, have resulted in new discoveries that may lead to a paradigm shift in the way that Tasmanide tectonics is understood. This session will focus on new ideas and developments in research related to the Tasmanides, with an emphasis on contributions that will deal with the lithospheric structure of the Tasmanides, curvatures and oroclines, role of terrane accretion, tectonic mode switches, and provenance of sedimentary successions.

The final deadline for abstract submission is on 15 February 2016.



Gideon Rosenbaum (session convener)

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