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Goldschmidt 2012 – Montreal
SESSIONS

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5a. What zircons tell us about crustal evolution

Co-convenors:
Ian Campbell (Australian National University)
Tony Kemp (James Cook University, Australia)
Ming Li (Wuhan, China)

5b. Evolution and differentiation of the continental crust: A celebration of the contributions by Michael Brown

Co-convenors:
Julia Baldwin (University of Montana)
Christine Siddoway (Colorado College)
Richard White (Universität Mainz, Germany)

5c. From chondrite to a differentiated Earth: The formation of primitive silicate reservoirs, their fate and evolution through Earth's early times

Co-convenors:
Jonathan O'Neil (Université Blaise Pascal, France)
Mathieu Touboul (University of Maryland)

5d. Recycling of continental crust into the mantle: evidence and observations from ocean margins, the crust and the mantle, modern and ancient

(co-hosted by Themes 5 and 6)
Co-convenors:
David W. Scholl (U.S. Geological Survey, Menlo Park)
Kent Condie (New Mexico Tech)

5e. Extraction of crust from the mantle through time: from the Archean to the present

(co-hosted by Themes 5, 3 and 6)
Co-convenors:
Othmar Müntener (Université de Lausanne)
Oliver Jagoutz (MIT)
Jean Bedard (Geological Survey of Canada-Québec)
Steve Parman (Brown University)

5f. Characterizing mid- to lower-crustal flow related to orogenic processes

(co-hosted by themes 5 and 6)
Co-convenors:
Félix Gervais (École Polytechnique de Montréal)
Dan Gibson (Simon Fraser University, Vancouver)
Laurent Godin (Queen's University, Canada)

5g. Formation, evolution, and destruction of cratons and their lithospheric roots

Co-convenors:
Albrecht Hofmann (Max Planck Institute for Chemistry)
Cin-Ty Lee (Rice University, Houston)
Chuan-Zhou Liu (Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing)
Aleksandar Mišković (University of British Columbia)
D. Graham Pearson (University of Alberta)
Steven Shirey (Carnegie Institution of Washington)