6th International Archean Symposium
25 – 27 July 2023 @ Perth, Western Australia
The 6th International Archean Symposium (6IAS) represents the premier international scientific gathering for geoscientists interested in the Early Earth. The program will reflect a decade’s worth of advances in our understanding of how the Early Earth evolved and aims to develop future directions for Precambrian geoscience for the decade to come. The symposium continues the series of highly successful IAS meetings presented every decade by Geoconferences (WA). We invite academic, government and industry geoscientists involved in Precambrian geoscience to attend the 6th International Archean Symposium, which will be held from 2023 in Perth, Australia.
The 6IAS Organising Committee is currently developing an exciting program of presentations, field excursions and workshops to reflect a decade’s worth of advances in our understanding of the early Earth.
Industry, academic and government geoscientists with an interest in the Archean will be welcomed to our beautiful city to not only enjoy the scientific and social program, but also to visit classic geological sites and mineral deposits in Western Australia.
- Early Earth evolution: perspectives from the oldest minerals and rocks
- Emergence of atmosphere and life on early Earth and other terrestrial planets
- Development of Archean continental crust and lithosphere: including insights from numerical modelling, planetary geodynamics, and stages of Archean geodynamic evolution
- Role of Archean lithosphere in the evolution of younger terranes: including contribution of geophysics and geochemistry to understanding Archean terranes and their margins
- Archean terranes and craton margins in BRICS region (Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa)
- Archean to Proterozoic transition
- Mineral systems of Archean terranes and their margins
- Palaeoproterozoic reworking of an Archean craton, a transect through the southern Gawler
- Pilbara Craton (WA) : evolving Archean tectonic styles
- The Archean-Proterozoic boundary — out with the old, in with the new; a traverse through the Mount Bruce Supergroup (Fortescue and Hamersley Groups)
- A traverse across the Yilgarn Craton in Western Australia: From the Jack Hills to the Yamarna Terrane
- Mineral deposits in the Yilgarn Craton of Western Australia (Eastern Goldfields)
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Reports are available for some of the past events presented by Geoconferences.