[Geodynamics] COSEG Meeting October 27: How are Plates Made and Preserved?

Elvira Mulyukova elvira.mulyukova at northwestern.edu
Sat Oct 16 08:36:58 AEDT 2021


I think the event below could be of interest to our community. Would you mind advertising it on my/COSEG’s behalf?

Thanks in advance!

Dear colleagues,

Please join us on October 27th to hear the latest on how tectonic plates are made and preserved. This is an online event organized by the NAS Committee on Solid Earth Geophysics<https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/NVjgCgZ0N1iA1zgwRUN58ou?domain=nationalacademies.org> (COSEG).

Program attached. Registration link below.

See you there!
Elvira Mulyukova

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Register Now:
How are Plates Made and Preserved?
COSEG Fall 2021 Meeting
October 27, 2021 from 12:00 – 5:00 PM (ET)

Plate tectonics provides the overarching framework for understanding active plate boundary processes, interpreting Earth’s geologic record, and quantifying thermo-chemical exchange between Earth’s surface and deep interior through geologic time. Fundamental questions remain regarding how tectonic plates form and remain intact, how localized deformation is accommodated between and within rigid plates, and the efficiency of plate tectonics over Earth’s history. Key topics to explore include how oceanic and continental plates form and evolve, the internal structure of lithospheric plates and the lithosphere-asthenosphere boundary, and the processes that cause plate boundaries to localize.

Register Now<https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/9vnpCnx1jni7ZRy32tE-A8N?domain=urldefense.com>

This is the fall 2021 meeting of the Committee on Solid Earth Geophysics. For more information, visit our event webpage<https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/EX5tCoV1kpfrVyoPRtWz6nG?domain=urldefense.com>.

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