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Arctic, Antarctic and bi-polar relationships                          AA

Coordinated by David Gee, Jörn Thiede, Art Grantz

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AAA-01 Paleogeographic and tectonic evolution of the Arctic region during the Phanerozoic Atle Mørk, Ashton Embry, Robert Scott, Art Grantz

AAA-02 (withdrawn) 

AAA-03 (withdrawn) 

AAA-04 Arctic petroleum provinces (i): Petroleum geoscience of the Barents Sea Erik Henriksen, Ørian Birkeland, Antonina Stoupakova, Yuri Matveev

AAA-05 Arctic petroleum provinces (ii): Petroleum geoscience of Russian Arctic basins Aleksey E. Kontorovich, Oleg I. Suprunenko, Antonina V. Stoupakova

AAA-06 Arctic petroleum provinces (iii): Petroleum geoscience of the North American and Greenland basins Donald L. Gautier, Kai Sørensen, Kirk Osadetz

AAA-07 Russian-Norwegian scientific co-operation in the Barents Sea region Else Ormaasen, Erik Henriksen, Andrey Morozov, Oleg Petrov

AAA-08 Permafrost on a warming planet Jerry Brown et al. (IPA)

AAA-09 (Cancelled; abstracts transferred to AAA-08)

AAA-10 Arctic palaeoclimate and its extremes Martin Jakobsson, Eiliv Larsen, Morten Hald, Nalan Koc

AAA-11 Metallogeny of the Arctic region Tom V. Segalstad, Ingar F. Walder (IAGOD)  Invited speaker: Warren J. Nokleberg

AAA-12 (Cancelled; abstracts transferred to PIS-01)

AAN-01 Antarctic geodynamic evolution and paleogeography G. Grikurov, G. Leitchenkov, R.P. Menot (CGMW)

AAN-02 Cenozoic Antarctic glacial history Fabio Florindo, Peter J. Barrett, David M. Harwood

AAN-03 (Cancelled; abstracts transferred to AAN-01)

AAB-01 Arctic and Antarctic records of deglaciation since the Last Glacial Maximum: Processes, timing and causes Rob Larter, Dag Ottesen

AAB-02 Cenozoic bi-polar connections over millennia Ross Powell, Julie Brigham-Grette, Tim Naish, Martin Melles, Kate Moran, Jan Backman


Arctic, Antarctic and Bi-polar Relationships