Theme : Impacts of Climate Change, Safety and Environmental Concerns
On behalf of the Organizing Committee, it is my great honor and pleasure to invite you to participate in the Global Conference on Geology July 27-29, 2020 Vancouver, Canada.
Theme: Impacts of Climate Change, Safety, and Environmental Concerns
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At this conference, many experts from around the world. The aim of progress in trends of Environmental Geology, Petroleum Geology, Geology and Mineral Resources, Engineering Geology, Structural Geology. Exploration Geophysics, Mining Geology, Economic Geology, Marine Geology, Volcanology, Physical Geology, Remote Sensing and GIS, Geological Consulting. We hope that this conference will be effective and satisfying. Personally, I hope that you have a very enjoyable and entertaining stay in Canada.
• Geology Researchers
• Marine Biologist
• Environmental and Climate Change Analysts
• Geological Associations and Societies
• Young Research Forum
• Business Entrepreneurs
Track 1 Environmental Geology: Environmental geology, like hydrogeology, is an applied science concerned with the practical application of a concept of geology in the solving of environmental problems. It’s a multidisciplinary field that's closely connected to engineering earth science and, to a minor expansion, to environmental geographic and it includes, minerals, fuels, land and water use, etc.
Related Societies: Geological Society of London (GSL), Geological Survey of Austria (GBA), Geological Survey of Canada, and Geological Society of Australia (GSA).
Track 2 Earth Sciences: Earth science is the study of planet earth. It’s concerned with the solid earth, water, and the air that envelops. Geology deals with the structure of Earth materials, Earth structures, and Earth processes the four basic areas of earth science are Astronomy, Geology, meteorology, Oceanography.
Related Societies: Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography, Association of Earth Science Editors (AESE), Geological Society of Glasgow.
Track 3 Environmental Science: Environmental science is the study of an outcome of the natural & unnatural processes, it is interactions of the physical components of the planet on the environment. It includes more of the social sciences for understanding human relationships and policies towards the environment. Environmental scientists work on subjects like to understand earth processes, determine Alternative energy systems, pollution control and the effects of global climate change.
Related Societies: Geological Society of America, Geological Society of Washington (GSW), Geological Institute of America (GIA).
Track 4 GeoScience: Geoscience is the study of the Earth. Its oceans, atmosphere, rivers and lakes, ice sheets and glaciers, soils and its complex surface. Geoscience has no.of tools and practices of its own but is intimately linked with the chemical, biological and physical sciences.It also involves the study of other planets, and solar systems, both to better understand the Earth and to expand our knowledge of the universe.
Related Societies: Geoscience Australia, Geoscientists Canada, International Association of Planetary Sciences (IAPS).
Track 5 Technologies in Mineralogy and Mineral Exploration: The main indicator of the situation in levels of exploration activity is the number of drilling meters that have been completed, and those that have been budgeted for in the Consecutive year. Currently, the outlook is mixed. A lot of concern and reining in of costs in mid to late-2012 on the back of a negative mood in Australia and uncertainty with regard to government action in other countries such as Mongolia and Argentina, along with struggling commodity prices, has in early 2013 been replaced by a somewhat more optimistic outlook, a metals, and ores price recovery and a feeling that this may just have been a dip in otherwise continued growth.
Related Societies: United States Permafrost Association (USPA), the Society for Organic Petrology (TSO), Society of Mineral Museum Professionals (SMMP).
Track 6 Pollution: Pollution refers to undesirable changes in the air, water, and soil due to the presence of various substances. Substances that cause pollution are referred to as pollutants. These pollutants contaminate the pure nature of the environment and that is called environmental pollution.
Related Societies: Carolina Geological Society, American Geosciences Institute (AGI).
Track 7 Global Warming: Global warming is defined as increased temperature. Increased levels of released carbon dioxide, CFCs, and other pollutants in the environment lead to the greenhouse effect. Global warming can also be explained as climate change which is observed century-scale rise in the average temperature of the earth’s climate system and its related effects. This rise in temperature is explained by increasing global temperatures, rising sea levels, changing precipitation and expansion of deserts in subtropics.
Track 8 Climate Change: For every action of humans, there is a reaction by the environment. This is the driving reason for environmental change. Nowadays, the use of petroleum products has been increasing to reach the demand of an increasing population. This lead to more and more conversion of timberlands to farming. Due, to the burning of non-renewable energy sources, produce carbon dioxide, an ozone harming substance is released. This causes damage to the ozone layer. This substance causes primary damage to the ozone layer. It remains in the air for quite a while and makes earth hotter. Nitrous oxide is one of the ozone-depleting substance which remains in the environment for quite a while. The hotter climates lead to a drastic change in climate, like melting of ice in the polar regions which in turn affects the volume rise of oceans which leads to floods in coastal areas.
Related Societies: International Association of Planetary Sciences (IAPS), United States Geological Survey (USGS), Geological Survey of Norway (NGU).
Track 9 Techniques in evolutionary Paleontology: Paleontology is the scientific study of life that existed before, and generally as well as, the beginning of the Holocene epoch. It includes the study of fossils to see organisms' evolution and interactions with one another and their environments. Paleontology lies on the border between biology and earth science, however, it differs from archeology therein it excludes the study of anatomically trendy humans. It currently uses techniques drawn from a large vary of sciences, as well as organic chemistry, arithmetic, and engineering. The use of these techniques has enabled paleontologists to get a lot of the biological process history of life, most the approach back to once Earth became capable of supporting life, about 3.8 billion years ago. As data has exaggerated, earth science has developed specialized sub-divisions, a number of that concentrate on differing kinds of fossil organisms whereas others study ecology and environmental history, like ancient climates.
Track 10 Approaches to evaluating the significance of soil biodiversity: The significance of diverseness to biogeochemical sport is viewed most directly through the precise biogeochemical transformations that organisms perform. Although purposeful diversity in soils is nice, it's exceeded to a high degree by the richness of soil species. It is typically inferred from this richness that soil systems have a high level of purposeful redundancy. As such, indices of species richness most likely contribute very little to understanding the functioning of soil ecosystems.
Track 11 Water Resources and Wastewater Management: Water resource management is that the activity of coming up with, developing, distributing and managing the optimum use of water resources. It is a sub-set of water cycle management. Water is very essential for our survival. The field of water resources management ought to still adapt to this and future problems facing the allocation of water. With the growing uncertainties of world global climate change and also the future impacts of management actions, the decision-making is even tougher. It is doubtless that the current global climate change can result in things that haven't been encountered. As a result, various management methods area unit looked for so as to avoid setbacks within the allocation of water resources. Ideally, water resource management designing has a relation to all the competing demands for water and seeks to assign water on an equitable basis to satisfy all uses and demands. As with different resource management, this can be seldom attainable in observe.
Track 12 Research methods in landscape ecology: Landscape ecology is the science of learning and up relationships between ecological processes among the environment and specific ecosystems. This is done inside a range of landscape scales, development spatial patterns, and structure levels of analysis and policy.
Landscape ecology integrates biophysical and analytical approaches with humanistic and holistic views across the natural sciences and social sciences. Landscapes area unit spatially heterogeneous geographic areas characterized by varied interacting patches or ecosystems, starting from comparatively natural terrestrial and aquatic systems like forests, grasslands, and lakes to human-dominated environments including agricultural and urban settings. The most salient characteristics of landscape ecology square measure its stress on the connection among pattern, method, and scale, and it specializes in broad-scale ecological and environmental problems. These necessitate the coupling between biophysical and socioeconomic sciences. Key analysis topics in landscape ecology embrace ecological flows in landscape mosaics, land use, and land cowl change, scaling, relating landscape pattern analysis with ecological processes, and landscape conservation and sustainability.
- Environmental Geology
- Earth Sciences
- Environmental Science
- Geo Science
- Technologies in Mineralogy and Mineral Exploration
- Global Warming
- Climate Change
- Techniques in evolutionary Paleontology
- Approaches to evaluating the significance of soil biodiversity
- Water resources and Wastewater Management
- Research methods in landscape ecology