Oral Programme TS9.2

TS9.2

Plate tectonics in the Indian Ocean: a tribute to Roland Schlich
Convener: J. Dyment  | Co-Conveners: Weis , M. Schaming 
Oral Programme
 / Mon, 20 Apr, 17:30–20:00  / Room 5
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Mon, 20 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / Halls X/Y

Monday, 20 Apr 2009
Room 5
Chairperson: D. Weis
17:30–17:45
EGU2009-13541
Roland Schlich and the geophysical exploration of the Indian Ocean
J. Dyment, M. Schaming, and D. Weiss
17:45–18:00
EGU2009-4465
Large Igneous Provinces of the Indian and Pacific Oceans: Insights into Mantle Dynamics and LIP Construction
M.F. Coffin
18:00–18:15
EGU2009-11282
Indian ridges, hotspots and interactions: Réunion-CIR and Amstersdam-St Paul-SEIR cases
C. Hémond, M. Janin, E. Füri, D. Hilton, M. Maia, and J. Dyment
18:15–18:30
EGU2009-4471
Interaction of the Reunion hotspot and the Central Indian Ridge near Rodrigues Island (Indian Ocean)
J. Dyment, C. Hémond, D. Bissessur, Cruises Magofond 2 Scientific Party, Cruise Gimnaut Scientific Party, and Cruise Knox11RR Scientific Party
18:30–18:45
EGU2009-5728
New insights on the oceanic lithosphere at La Reunion hotspot volcano
C. Deplus, B. de Voogd, J. Dyment, D. Bissessur, E. Sisavath, F. Depuiset, and M. Mercier
18:45–19:00
EGU2009-8341
Results from a 14-month hydroacoustic monitoring of the three mid-oceanic ridges in the Indian Ocean
J.-Y. Royer, R.P. Dziak, M Delatre, R. Chateau, C. Brachet, J.H. Haxel, H. Matsumoto, J. Goslin, V. Brandon, and D.R. Bohnenstielh
19:00–19:15
EGU2009-11713
Thin viscous sheet models for deformation of Indo-Australian oceanic lithosphere
R. G. Gordon and G. A. Houseman
19:15–19:30
EGU2009-12400
NW Indian Ocean crustal thickness, micro-continent distribution and ocean-continent transition location from satellite gravity inversion
N.J. Kusznir and V. Tymms
19:30–19:45
EGU2009-6460
Mesozoic Sequence Magnetic Anomalies in the South of Corad Rise, the Southern Indian Ocean
Y. Nogi, M. Ikehara, Y. Nakamura, K. Kameo, K. Katsuki, S. Kawamura, and S. Kita
19:45–20:00
EGU2009-2144
Growth of the Afanasy Nikitin Seamount, Central Indian Ocean - the product of short-lived hotspots
K.S. Krishna, R.A. Scrutton, J.M. Bull, S. Jai Shankar, and V.K. Banakar