Paleomagnetism: What it does for us and how it is done
The talk was given by Dr. Phil Mc Causland, Director of Paleomagnetic and petrophysical laboratory at Western University, Canada by zoom Febrary 14th, at 10:00 New York time and 6:00 pm Casablanca-Madrid time. Number of participants 32 form USA, Canada, China, Morocco, Spain...
Here is the video of our last webinar held thursday 27 october by Pr. David Evans (Professor at Earth and Planetary Sciences, Yale University, USA) entitled “West African regional paleogeography in the context of an evolving global scale model”, 32 participants.
Our 9th Webinar entitled “A review of Paleozoic evolution of Laurentia during the opening and closing of Iapetus and Rheic oceans” by Dr. Cees Van Staal was held by Zoom hosted by Colorado School of Mines on January 13th 2022. The number of participants was 58 professors and students from different countries (Canada; Morocco; USA; Spain; Algeria; India; Tunisia; China..).
Our 7th Webinar is an excellent review of the Moroccan Cambrian recorded by the Professor Gerd Geyer from the Institute of Geography and Geology, Wurzburg University in Germany
6th Webinar Video : The Brabant and Ardenne Massifs(Belgian Avalonia): Behavior of two contrasted basements in a similar sedimentary environment during Cambrian rifting, Caledonian and Variscan orogenies: relations with Gondwana
by Professor Jean-Paul Liégeois (Royal Museum of Central Africa, Belgium)
Our 6th Webinar was held September 23 by zoom. It was hosted by Colorado school of Mines (Golden, United States of America).
The Number of participants was 30 from different countries (India, Morocco, China; Spain, United States of America, Canada and Jordan)
Our 4th webinar was held on May 6th at 15h (London time) by zoom. It was hosted by Colorado School of Mines (Golden, United States of America).
Number of participants 38 (USA, Canada, Spain, Morocco, China, India, Algeria).
Our 3rd webinar was held on the 26th January at 15h00 (London), 16h00 (Paris), 10h00 (New York) by zoom. It was hosted by the Colorado School of Mines. Number of participants 59. It lasted 2h30.
Our second webinar was held the 22th of October 2020 at 15h London by zoom. It was hosted by the Colorado School of Mines, number of participants 49. The webinar lasted 2 hours.
We just wanted to alert or remind you that the Geological Society of America Annual Meeting is going on now. It is virtual format, and cheap. Student members pay $40 for membership and can then attend the meeting for free. See: https://community.geosociety.org/gsa2020/registration
This is a unique situation where you can actually attend an international meeting, and participate with other participants in a virtual setting. It goes on until Friday.