Program


ECROFI 2017

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Program

Friday 23rd June: Field trip to Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines

Tellure mine, Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines

Tellure mine, Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines

The field trip will guide participants to Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines in the Vosges mountains, a place with a rich geological and cultural heritage linked to intensive past mining activities.
The trip will start with an underground guided tour along 800m of remarkable mine galleries from the 16th century (the Saint-Jean Engelsbourg silver mine).
Visiting this mine presents no specific difficulties for participants. In the afternoon, participants will attend the outstanding Mineral & Gem International Show, one of the world’s premier mineral shows!
Click here to visit The Tellure Mine Theme Park
Click here to visit Mineral and Gem international show

Saturday 24th June: Workshop day 1¬†–¬†Fundamentals of fluid inclusions

How to go to GeoRessources

Course given by R.J. BODNAR from Virginia Tech (USA). The course will give the opportunity to masters and Ph.D’s to become more familiar with fluid inclusions.

Due to personal reasons, Robert BODNAR will not be able to attend ECROFI 2017. He will be kindly replaced by Prof. Larryn DIAMOND from the University of Bern (Switzerland).

It will summarize the basics of fluid inclusion origin, classification, interpretation and data presentation.
It will focus on how to select representative fluid inclusions and how to apply thermodynamics and phase equilibria to phase transitions observed during microthermometry under the microscope.

Sunday 25th June: Workshop day 2 РMethods

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How to go to the CRPG

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Researchers of GeoRessources and CRPG laboratories will organize courses and demonstrations of tools used for fluid and melt inclusion characterization: Ion probe and stable (O, H, C) isotopes at CRPG, microthermometry, UV fluorescence and cathodoluminescence, confocal scanning laser microscopy, Raman and infrared spectrometries at GeoRessources.

Sunday 25th June: Icebreaker at CRPG laboratory – 18:00 – 20:00

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Monday 26th June: Conference day 1

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Opening ceremony
Session 1: Theoretical / Experimental / Analytical studies
Session 1 will honor the career of recently-retired Jean Dubessy.      
It also welcomes contributions devoted to theoretical, experimental or analytical studies of fluid and melt inclusions.
Research may cover any aspect of innovative approaches to fluid and melt inclusion studies. Cross-disciplinary relevance of the contributions across the range of application fields is encouraged.Session 3: Magmatic, magmatic-hydrothermal and volcanic environments
Session 3 welcomes contributions devoted to fluid and melt inclusion studies in magmatic, magmatic-hydrothermal and volcanic environments.
Contributions may cover any aspect of magma evolution and related hydrothermal and volcanic systems, including potential applications in the fields of ore genesis (porphyry and epithermal systems and others), geothermal energy and geohazards.

Tuesday 27th June: Tour of Champagne

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The day will lead participants to the Champagne region for a tour of the Champagne vineyards and cellars.
Scientific explanations of bubble nucleation and behavior in champagne bottles and glasses will be given, followed by a chance to sample some champagne at a tasting party.
Session 2: New frontiers in inclusion research
Session 2 welcomes contributions devoted to phenomena or fluid properties at the microscale in non-conventional environments: ice, industrial minerals, space, planets, microfluidic environments, bubbles, etc.

Wednesday 28th June: Conference day 2

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Session 3: Magmatic, magmatic-hydrothermal and volcanic environments
Session 3 welcomes contributions devoted to fluid and melt inclusion studies in magmatic, magmatic-hydrothermal and volcanic environments.
Contributions may cover any aspect of magma evolution and related hydrothermal and volcanic systems, including potential applications in the fields of ore genesis (porphyry and epithermal systems and others), geothermal energy and geohazards.Session 4: Deep fluids and metamorphic environments
Session 4 welcomes contributions devoted to fluid inclusion studies in deep crustal and metamorphic environments.
Contributions may cover any aspect of fluid/rock interaction (metamorphism and metasomatism), with special attention to fluid inclusion studies in recrystallized and ductily-deformed rocks, including potential applications in ore genesis and geothermal energy.
Poster session
Gala dinner (how to go to the Palais du Gouvernement)

Thursday 29th June: Conference day 3

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Session 4: Deep fluids and metamorphic environments
Session 4 welcomes contributions devoted to fluid inclusion studies in deep crustal and metamorphic environments.
Contributions may cover any aspect of fluid/rock interaction (metamorphism and metasomatism), with special attention to fluid inclusion studies in recrystallized and ductily-deformed rocks, including potential applications in ore genesis and geothermal energy.
Session 5: Sedimentary and diagenetic environments
Session 5 welcomes contributions devoted to fluid inclusion studies in sedimentary and diagenetic environments. Contributions may cover any aspect of surficial to peak diagenetic processes (pedogenesis,  evaporation, diagenesis, organic matter evolution and diagenetic/hydrothermal systems) including potential applications in petroleum systems, geothermal energy and basin-hosted mineral deposits.
Plenary discussion and closure ceremony