第5回 ハットンシンポジウム(HUTTON V Office)
You are cordially invited to attend the 5th Hutton Symposium for GRANITES AND RELATED ROCKS, to be held for the first time in an active island-arc country. You will enjoy scientific discussions in field and sessions as well as natural beauty, complicated geology and interesting outcrops of Japan and Korea. The symposium consists of 5 days including one day of 4 mid-symposium field trips, and 4 pre- and 2 post-symposium field excursions.
Those who will participate in this symposium are requested to copy and fill up the REGISTRATION FORM and PAYMENT SHEET, and to send it to the Hutton-V Office by E-mail (Hutton-V@m.aist.go.jp) or by FAX(+81-298-61-3742), or by postal mail (address above).
Science Program Committee:
August 28 (Thu)-September 1 (Mon):
September 2 (Tue)-September 3 (Wed):
September 4 (Thu):
September 5 (Fri)-September 6 (Sat):
September 6 (Sun)-11 (Thu):
Pre-Symposium Excursion (4 choices)
Scientific Sessions, Oral and Poster
Mid-Symposium Field Trips (4 choices)
Scientific Sessions, Oral and Poster
Post-Symposium Excursion (2 choices)
- Conveners: Y. Osanai (Okayama Univ., Japan,email@example.com), H. Mouri (Univ.Pretoria, South Africa)
- This session invites potential contributions from the field of metamorphic and experimental petrology to discuss current research and progress related petrogenesis and modeling of ultra-high temperature and ultra-high pressure metamorphic rocks and related melting processes, including the understanding of phase equilibria, reaction textures and reaction kinetics in complex systems, and evaluating the causes, sources of heat, rates of metamorphism and modes of exhumation. The session also focuses on theoretical and experimental investigation on partial melting processes under extreme metamorphic conditions.
- Session A-2. Anatexis and Melt Segregation in Lower Continental Crust
- Conveners: Y. Hiroi (Chiba Univ., Japan, firstname.lastname@example.org), H. Kagami(Niigata Univ., Japan), D. J. Ellis (ANU,Canberra, Australia)
- Granitoids are the significant component of Earth's continental crust, and have been produced by partial melting of lithosphere. The aim of this session is to bring together workers in the fields of experimental and theoretical studies, isotope geochemistry, igneous and metamorphic petrology, and structural geology to discuss the actual processes of anatexis and melt segregation to produce and emplace granitoid magmas.
- Session B-1. Processes in Granitic Magma Chambers
- Conveners: S. Yoshikura (Kochi Univ., Japan, email@example.com), T. Imaoka (Yamaguchi Univ., Japan), R.A. Wiebe (Franklin and Marshall College, USA)
- The main focus of this session is to assess progress of current research on dynamic processes in granitic magma chambers as recorded in plutonic and volcanic rocks. We welcome contributions that focus on the physical and chemical evolution of magma chambers and pluton construction, including such topics as the fluid dynamics of felsic and composite magma chambers, magma replenishment, interactions between coexisting magmas, the origins of magmatic structures in plutons, the origin of compositionally zoned plutons, and related problems.
- Session B-2. Links between Volcanic and Plutonic Processes
- Conveners: S. Harayama (Shinshu Univ., Japan, firstname.lastname@example.org), M. Takahashi (Nihon Univ., Japan), B. Barbarin (Univ. Blaise Pascal, France)
- This session focuses on the missing links between volcanic and plutonic processes. Not only topics on the volcano-plutonic complexes, but also various processes in felsic magma chamber beneath recent volcanoes and their relation to granitic magmatism will be discussed. The session invites contributions from current research related to the following topics: 1) time and space relations of volcanic and plutonic processes; 2) relations between magma chamber processes and volcanic eruptions; 3) evolution of felsic magma chambers and the emplacement mechanisms of granitic plutons.
- Session C-1. Juvenile Granitoids in Subduction Setting
- Conveners: N. Tsuchiya (Iwate Univ., Japan, email@example.com), H. Tanaka (Yamagata Univ., Japan), D.C. Champion (Geoscience Australia, Canberra)
- Magmatism at convergent plate margins is an essential process for the formation of juvenile continental crust in the Earth. Juvenile granitoids represent granite and related rocks derived either directly from the mantle, or through melting of mantle-derived basaltic crust. This session invites papers on all aspects of subduction-related granitoids, normal calc-alkaline granites, adakite (including Archean TTG and post-Archean sodic granites), high-Mg andesites and related rocks.
- Session C-2. Granitoids with Intra-crustal Reworking Processes
- Conveners: T. Yanagi (Kyushu Univ., Japan, firstname.lastname@example.org), H. Sato (Kobe Univ., Japan), W.J. Collins (Univ. Newcastle, Australia)
- The aim of this session is to provide an opportunity to present and discuss current views and results concerning the geochemical and petrological character of granitoids produced beyond the subduction environment. This includes granites from collisional, post-collisional and extensional tectonic settings. Studies in the last four-decades have verified the important role of intra-crustal reworking processes for the generation of granitoids, and the role of the mantle as a potential heat source and magmatic component. This session invites contributions from current research related to the following topics: i) petrogenesis of granitoids in terms of geochemistry, petrology, and structural geology; ii) theoretical and experimental investigation on intra-crustal reworking processes, such as thermal evolution of granite bodies, partial melting and mixing in the source region or at higher levels with the surrounding country rocks; iii) interaction with fluids within and beyond the magma chamber; and, iv) a description and evaluation of physical processes involved in crust-mantle interaction under different tectonic settings.
- Session C-3. Tectonic Controls on Generation and Intrusion of Granitoid Magmas.
- Conveners: R. Anma (Tsukuba Univ., Japan, email@example.com), E. Ferre (Univ.Southern Illinois, USA)
- This session focuses on tectonic and/or structural controls on generation and intrusion of granite magmas. Papers deal with internal and external structures of granitoid plutons and their relation to crustal deformation, intra-crustal dynamics, state-of-the-art of structural analyses of granite plutons, dynamics of generation and intrusion of granitoid magmas along major shear zones, duration of magmatic processes, etc. are welcome.
- Session C-4. Granitoids and Mineralization in East Asia and Surrounding Areas
- Conveners: K. Sato (Geol. Surv. Japan, firstname.lastname@example.org), Y. Tainosho (Kobe Univ., Japan), B. Jahn(Univ. Rennes, France)
- This session focuses on granitoids and ore deposits in East Asia and surrounding areas generated in a wide variety of age and geodynamic environments. The session will bring together various examples of and interpretations on granitoids and/or metallogenic provinces, not only in orogenic but in anorogenic settings, from East Asia and surrounding areas, toward comprehensive understanding of their genetic link to the growth of continental crust.
- Session D-1. Behavior of Metals and Volatiles during Magmatic Processes
- Conveners: M. Nedachi (Kagoshima Univ., Japan, email@example.com), P. Candela(Maryland Univ., USA), R. Seltmann (BritishNatural Museum, UK)
- The aim of this session is to present and discuss current views and results concerning the behavior of metals and volatiles during magmatic processes in granitic systems in order to understand the genesis of ore deposit associated with granitic intrusions. This session invites contributions from current research and progress dealing with experimental, theoretical, geochemical and petrologic studies of the behavior of metals and volatiles during magmatic processes in granitic system. Topics to be discussed in this session will include element partitioning between granitic melt, hydrothermal solution and crystallizing minerals, speciation of chemical species of ore-forming constituent in granitic magma and hydrothermal solution and process of enrichment of elements during magmatic differentiation.
- Session D-2. Granitoid-series and Metallogenesis
- Conveners: A. Imai (Univ. Tokyo, Japan, firstname.lastname@example.org), P. Blevin (Petrochem Consultants, Australia)
- The aim of this session is to present and discuss current views and results concerning the geochemical and petrological character of granitoids with special emphasis placed on the origin of metallogenesis. This session invites contributions from current research and progress dealing with regional or global study on granitoid-series and related metallogeny. Topics to be discussed in this session will include petrogenesis and tectonic setting of granitic intrusions associated with ore deposits, evolution of metallogenic province and epoch of ore deposit related to granitic intrusions.
Oral sessions will be held at the Memorial Hall in Aichi University. Oral presentations will be 15 minutes in length plus an additional 5 minutes for discussion. Each delegate will be limited to requesting one oral presentation. Two over-head projectors, two slide projectors and one PowerPoint projector are available. The PowerPoint presentation must be saved in a file of PowerPoint 98 (both Mac and Windows). Speakers should bring them in a floppy disk or CD-R or a MO disk and check them in the Speaker-ready room beforehand.
Poster sessions will be in a room in the building close to the Memorial Hall, with one hour of core time after lunch every day during which the presenter should stand at his/her posters for discussion. Each delegate can submit one poster abstract. Delegates who are selected as an oral presenter will not have the opportunity of being considered for poster presentation. Posters will be on display in accord with the oral program. Each presenter will display his/her poster only one day. Each poster space will be a rectangular poster board with dimensions of 150 cm horizontal and 100 cm vertical. The Organizing Committee will provide pushpins.
The papers presented in oral sessions are invited to be part of the proceedings volume of the Fifth Hutton Symposium. The proceedings volume will be published in the "Transaction of the Royal Society of Edinburgh", as for the first four Hutton Symposia. The deadline for submission of manuscripts for the proceedings volume is September 2, 2003, namely the first day of the Symposium.
The registration fee is 26,000 yen for professionals and 18,000 yen for students. It covers the Abstract Volume, four lunches (on all Symposium days except Mid-Conference Excursion day), two dinners (on Tuesday and Friday) and Icebreaker on Monday.
Participants are requested to fill in and send the Registration Form with Hotel Reservation sheet and Payment sheet to the Hutton-V Office with E-mail (Hutton-V@m.aist.go.jp), FAX (+81-298-61-3742) or Postal mail (Hutton-V Office, Geological Survey of Japan, AIST Central-7, 1-1-1 Higashi, Tsukuba, 305-8567, JAPAN) no later than April 30, 2003.
On-site registration is not accepted.
The registration Fee, Excursion Fee and Hotel Room Charge should be paid with a Credit Card no later than April 30, 2003. Fill in the Payment Sheet in the Registration Form and send it to the Hutton-V Office. For those who fear a security problem seriously, postal mail or FAX may be more recommendable.
Those who don't use Credit Cards can pay with Postal Money Order. Postal Money Order payable to Dr. Shunso Ishihara should arrive at Hutton-V Office no later than April 30, 2003.
Cancellation of Registration and Excursion should be claimed from Hutton-V Office by E-mail or FAX. Cancellation before July 15 will be accepted with 30% of cancellation fee. Cancellation after July 15 will not be refunded. Cancellation of Hotels will be accepted by the Accommodation Secretariat, Kinki-Nihon Tourist Co. Ltd. by FAX (+81-52-583-5110). The cancellation of hotels before August 1 will be 90% refunded.
Participants from outside Japan should hold a valid passport. Those who are not entitled to visa exemption by agreement between the Japanese Government and the country concerned should contact a travel agent, or the Japanese Embassy (or Consulate) in their country regarding the need for visas to enter Japan. The invitation letter to the Hutton Symposium will be sent upon request. Those who plan to participate in the Field Excursion B-2 course have to get Korean visa as well. Participants are strongly recommended to take out a comprehensive medical and travel insurance before they leave.
Currency exchange is available at the banks near the Toyohashi Station, which is 10-15 minutes from the Symposium site. They buy US$, Euro, British pound, Canada$, Australia$ and their Traveler's check. Banks are open at 9:00 - 15:00 on weekdays in Japan. It is recommended to exchange currency at the International Airport when you arrive at Japan. Some large hotels may accept the payment with US$, and buy US$ as well.
The early September climate of Toyohashi, central Japan (see an Index Map), may be around 26C or more in mid-day time, still having remnant heat of the hot summer. We may have showers related to typhoon. Among the field excursion areas, only those of the Hidaka Trip (B1) are much cooler than 20C in the mid-day time.
The Fifth Hutton Symposium will be held in the Aichi University campus. The Aichi University is located about 2.5 km south of the Toyohashi Station.
Access to Toyohashi
(1) From the Nagoya International Airport to Toyohashi: Shuttle bus operated every hour to the Toyohashi JR Station. 100 minutes, 2,500 yen. Nagoya Int'l Airport departure time: 7:55 8:55 9:40 10:55 11:55 12:55 13:55 14:55 15:45 16:45 17:45 18:45 19:45 20:20 20:55 21:30. (Timetable for Sept. 2002.) International terminal bus stop-1 / Domestic terminal bus stop-1. Needs reservation for the bus from Toyohashi to Nagoya.
(2) From the Narita and Kansai International Airports to Toyohashi by JR train. The Super-express Shinkansen from Tokyo, 2 hours 20 minutes and 8,190 yen, and from Shin-Osaka 1 hour 50 minutes and 7,870 yen. Note that only Kodama stops at Toyohashi.
(3) From the JR and Meitetsu Toyohashi Stations to Aichi University, Toyohashi campus: Take a train at the Shin-Toyohashi Station of the Toyohashi Tetsudo Atsumi Line, just nearby the JR Toyohashi Station, and get off at the Daigaku-mae Station (6 min. and 130 yen). The train operates every 15 minutes.
(4) Taxi is also available from Toyohashi Station to Aichi University: It costs roughly 2,000yen.The Symposium will be held at the Memorial Hall of the Aichi University and the posters will be presented in Room 611, ground floor of the Building 6 (see Campus Map). Lunch and the reception will be served at the restaurant (Cafeteria bell) in the Shouyoukan. Lounge (Recre) is available in the Shoufuhkan.
Participants will stay at hotels near the Toyohashi Stations and commute to the Aichi University by train. The hotels are shown on the table and Hotel Map.
Those who hope to reserve hotel rooms are requested to select hotels with priority and fill the Hotel Reservation Sheet in the Registration Form, and send it to the Hutton-V Office. Note that twin-share does not have a merit on the cost in Japan, as shown in the table.
No. Hotel Name Room charge Breakfast Time to the Remarks in Map (per night, per person) Toyohashi Stn Single Twin (min.) 1 Hotel Nikko Toyohashi 9,500 8,500 included 25 Shuttle bus to Conf. site 2 Hotel Associa Toyohashi 8,500 7,000 included 1 3 Toyotetsu Terminal Hotel 6,300 no 1 4 Gentry Hotel Toyohashi 6,300 no 12 4 min. to Fudagi Stn. 5 Toyohashi Green Hotel 6,000 no 2 6 Toyohashi Grand Hotel 5,800 5,800 no 5 7 Toyohashi Dai-ichi Hotel 5,800 no 2 8 Toyohashi Park Hotel 5,650 no 5 9 New Toyo Hotel 1 5,670 no 3 10 New Toyo Hotel 2 5,670 no 6 11 Hotel Aoyama 5,250 no 3
We will have an Icebreaker at Hotel Associa in the Toyohashi Station Building between 18:00 and 20:00 on September 1, Welcome Banquet at Aichi University on September 2, and Symposium Dinner at Hotel Associa on September 5. Accompanied members can join these programs with extra payments of 1,500 yen for the Icebreaker and 5,000 yen for each dinner. Participants are encouraged to join the Icebreaker and get the name card and abstract volume.
A participant can submit one oral or one poster presentation with a single author or as first author. The oral sessions will comprise several key lectures and oral presentations; the oral presentation will be selected by the program committee from the submitted abstracts. Titles and Abstracts should be submitted to Hutton-V Office no later than April 30, 2003.
Abstracts can be sent with e-mail to the Hutton-V Office (Hutton-V@m.aist.go.jp) in a file of Word-98. An abstract with a figure or special characters requires PDF file as well. If electronic submission is unavailable, mail a file containing the abstract on one floppy disk (MF/2HD) or CD-R disk with two copies of the printed abstract. Postal address of the Hutton-V Office is as follows:
Geological Survey of Japan
AIST Central-7, Higashi, Tsukuba, 305-8567 Japan
FORMAT OF ABSTRACTS
The abstract should be prepared in the following format.
1. Leave a margin of 20 mm at the top and bottom, and 15 mm on the right and left sides of one sheet of A4 size paper (210 mm x 297 mm). 2. ABSTRACT TITLE IN CAPITAL LETTERS, left justified, leave a blank line after the title. 3. Name(s) of Author(s); left justified, the surname of the AUTHOR WHO WILL PRESENT THE PAPER should be in capital letters; the affiliations should be linked by superscript number after each name; leave a blank line after the name(s) of author(s). 4. Affiliation(s) of Author(s); left justified, in case of multiple affiliations, number the affiliations; leave a blank line after the affiliation(s). 5. Text of Abstract: left justified, do not indent first paragraphs, single line spacing, about 450 words in English. 6. Use 12 pt 'Times' or 'Times New Roman' font. 1. Symposium session code-number. 2. Symposium title. 3. Keywords (up to 4 words). 4. Corresponding author's information (title, name, affiliation, mailing address, e-mail-address, telephone and fax numbers). 5. Type of presentation preferred: Oral, Poster and/or Either 6. If Oral, equipment requested for presentation (Overhead Projector, Slide Projector, and/or PowerPoint Projector)
We are planning four Pre-Symposium and two Post-Symposium Field excursions (see Index Map). The maximum enrollment is 17-40, depending on the excursion. All the Mid-Symposium excursions have a maximum enrollment of 40. Where there are more applications than capacity, we will accept them on a first-come, first-served basis. Early registration is recommended.
Index Map for the Fifth Hutton Symposium
- Pre-Symposium Excursions.
- Trip A1. Quaternary and Pliocene granites in the Northern Japan Alps
- Four and one half days, including travel (August 28 - September 1). Trip A1 will be run only if there is sufficient subscription (a minimum of 10 and a maximum of 17 participants).
Two extremely young granitic plutons that are exposed in the rapidly uplifted Hida Mountain Ranges (the Northern Japan Alps) will be studied. First, the excursion will examine the Pliocene Kurobegawa Batholith and the Jiigatake Volcanic Rocks, mainly along the Kurobegawa Gorge (northern part of the Northern Japan Alps). The trip will illustrate the effects of basaltic injections into crystal mush of a vertically zoned silicic magma chamber, which resulted in their extensive floating as densely concentrated mafic microgranular enclaves throughout the chamber. Time for this part of the excursion, 3 days. Second, the excursion will visit and examine the youngest exposed granitic pluton (Takidani Granodiorite) in the southern part of the Northern Japan Alps (Shin-hotaka Ropeway area). Time for this part of the trip, 1day.
As the highest stop of the excursion (Shin-hotaka Ropeway area) is situated at 2150m elevation, semi-winter clothes (wind breaker, jacket of rainwear, etc.) are needful for protection against the cold. Walking is neither hard nor long, but participants will need to prepare sneaker or field boots.
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S. Harayama, (Shinshu Univ. email@example.com), H. Wada (Shinshu Univ.), Y. Yamaguchi (Shinshu Univ. , firstname.lastname@example.org).
Assemble at Matsumoto Station, Shinonoi Line of East Japan Railway, Matsumoto City, Nagano Prefecture at 2:00pm of Thursday, August 28, 2003; end at Toyohashi Station (East Entrance), on the evening of Monday, September 1, in time for the Icebreaker.
Cost: 70,000 yen including all meals, lodging (some are Japanese hut style), and transportation from Matsumoto Station to the Toyohashi JR Station.
- Trip A2. Mid-Cretaceous plutono-metamorphic complex of the Ryoke and San-yo zones in the Iwakuni - Yanai district, SW Japan
- Three days, including travel (August 30-September 1, 2003). Maximum enrollment is 20.
The trip will illustrate the cross-section of the Ryoke plutono-metamorphic belt from the non-metamorphic to the high-grade (lower granulite facies) rocks. The Ryoke metamorphic belt is a typical low-pressure/high-temperature metamorphic belt formed at a convergent plate margin, and the emplacement mechanisms and geochemical characteristics of the granites of the San-yo and Ryoke zones changed systematically with metamorphic grade. The Older Ryoke granite sheets occur only in the high-grade zones, and they have been considered to be the heat source of the regional Ryoke metamorphism, whereas the San-yo and Younger Ryoke batholiths, with narrow contact aureoles, have huge volume but their thermal effect was local. To understand the mutual relation between regional low P/T metamorphism and plutonism at a convergent plate margin, we will examine successively both metamorphic and granitic rocks at the same crustal depth from shallow to deep crustal levels.
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T. Okudaira (Osaka City Univ., email@example.com), M. Yuhara (Fukuoka Univ.), T. Ikeda (Kyushu Univ.), T. Nakajima (Geol. Surv. Japan, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Assemble on August 30, at JR San-yo Shinkansen Line Shin-Iwakuni Station (Entrance Hall) by 13:00. Participants are encouraged to travel directly to the Shin-Iwakuni Station. Trip will end at the Shin-Iwakuni Station at noon of September 1. Then we will travel to Toyohashi by Super-express Shinkansen, accompanied by the excursion leaders, to be in time for the Icebreaker.
50,000 yen includes all meals, lodging and transportation from pickup point to the Toyohashi Station (including 17,000 yen of Shinkansen from Shin-Iwakuni to Toyohashi).
- Trip A3. Ilmenite-series pink and gray grnitoids and felsic / mafic magma interaction across the Cretaceous Inner Zone Batholith of SW Japan (at 134E)
- Three and one-half days, including traveling to the Symposium site, Toyohashi (August 29 - September 1, 2003). Maximum enrollment is 25.
The field trip has been organized principally to examine late Cretaceous ilmenite-series granitoids across the largest batholith of the Inner Zone of Southwest Japan in the Seto Inland Sea area, and mingling and mixing between felsic and mafic magmas occurring in the Ryoke metamorphic zone. Typical pink and gray granites, the most famous ornament and graveyard stones, respectively, are seen in active quarries, and the excellent coastal outcrops provide spectacular exposures of various types of magmatic structures and fabrics formed by the periodic injection of mafic magma into the solidifying granitic magma chamber. Miocene high-Mg andesites are seen in Goshikidai. The excursion starts from Okayama City (Mannari pink granite and W-related granite), then we drive south, crossing the Seto Inland Sea Bridge to Shikoku, to visit Goshikidai, Aji stone quarry (gray granite) and others. We then take a commercial boat to Shodo Island, where beautiful outcrops of magma minglings are seen along the south coast of the island. The Ryoke granitoids and metamorphics and Miocene felsic volcanics are also visited. On the way to the symposium site, we make a short visit to the most famous Japanese castle in Himeji, _Shirasagi-jo_, then move to Toyohashi by Super-expess Shinkansen.
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S. Ishihara (Geol. Surv. Japan, email@example.com), S. Yoshikura (Kochi Univ., firstname.lastname@example.org), H. Sato (Kobe Univ.), S. Atsuta (Tohoku Univ.)
Assemble at the Mitsui Garden Hotel by the Okayama JR Station, Okayama Prefecture, by 13:00 on Friday, August 29, 2003; end at the Toyohashi JR Station, Toyohashi City, in the evening of Monday, September 1, in time for the Icebreaker. You may get Okayama by plane from Tokyo, but Super-express Shinkansen may be more convenient from the Nagoya, Kansai and Fukuoka international airports.
45,000 yen including all meals, lodging (twin to multi-share), and transportation from the pick-up point to the Toyohashi JR Station including Super-express train ticket from Himeji to Toyohashi.
- Trip A4. Miocene granites and the Hishikari gold deposit in Kyushu
- Three days, including travel (August 29-September 1, 2003). Number of participants for this trip is limited to 20 (the capacity of the pit vehicle to get the Hishikari underground).
This excursion includes mainly observations of post-orogenic epizonal magmatic processes of Miocene ilmenite-series Osumi, Takakuma-yama and Shibi-san plutons in the Outer Zone of SW Japan. We will examine modes of occurrence of the vertical variation of composition, the degree of crustal assimilation, and reaction of the magmas with mafic and sedimentary enclaves. The excursion will include an underground visit to the world's highest-grade gold deposit of low sulfidation quartz vein type at Hishikari, and the historic andesitic lavas from the Quaternary Sakurajima volcano.
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M. Yamamoto (Kagoshima Univ., email@example.com), Y. Kawano (Saga Univ.), A. Imai (Univ. Tokyo, firstname.lastname@example.org), K. Nishimura (Kyoto Univ.)
Assemble at the Kagoshima Airport Hotel near the Kagoshima Airport Terminal, Kagoshima Prefecture on the evening of Thursday, August 28, 2003. End at the Kagoshima Airport in the morning of Monday, September 1. Recommended flight to the Symposium site is JEX 882, currently Lv. Kagoshima 11:30, Ar. Nagoya 12:45.
55,000 yen including all meals (except Thursday dinner), lodging (some are Japanese style), and transportation from the starting hotel to the ending Kagoshima Airport.
The participants can borrow clothes, a hard hat with lamp and gumboots for the underground visit at the Hishikari Mine.
- Post-Symposium Excursions
- Trip B1. Crustal section and anatexis of lower crust due to mantle flux in the Hidaka metamorphic belt, Hokkaido, Japan
- Five days, including travel (September 7-11, 2003). Maximum enrollment is 20.
The Hidaka Metamorphic Belt consists of steeply eastward-dipping thrust sheets composed of pelitic-psammitic and mafic metamorphic rocks and various plutonic rocks of Eocene to early Miocene ages. Igneous rocks are layered gabbros, gabbros-diorites, and S- and I-type tonalite-granodiorite. Metamorphism in the Hidaka Metamorphic Belt increases from prehnite-pumpellyite grade in the east through greenschist and amphibolite facies to the granulite facies in the west. We can observe the layered olivine gabbro complex, which may be the heat source for the metamorphism, the anatectic rocks in the lowest structural levels and S- and I-type granitic rocks in the middle horizontal level of the Hidaka metamorphic belt. The fresh peridotite (plagioclase lherzolites and harzburgites) complex situated in the lowest structural level of the belt will be visited. Time for this part of the trip, 3 days. The another highlight is the active volcano. Time for this part of the trip, 1 day. The highest point of this trip is c. 650 m in the Hidaka metamorphic belt, and up to c.1000m at active the volcano. We need river walking to visit the locations of the pelitic granulite and anatexite; therefore. organizers recommend trekking boots and warm clothes against the wet conditions.
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M. Owada (Yamaguchi Univ., email@example.com), Y. Osanai (Okayama Univ., firstname.lastname@example.org), T. Shimura (Niigata Univ.)
Assemble at Chitose Airport (Domestic lobby, Chitose city situating 40km south of Sapporo) noon on September 7, 2003. Participants will get a plane to Chitose Airport from Nagoya Airport. Trip will end at Sapporo city (KKR Hotel Sapporo) afternoon of September 11, 2003. At Sapporo, farewell beer party will be held in the evening.
60,000 yen including all meals, lodging and transportation from the pickup point (Chitose Airport) to Sapporo (KKR Hotel Sapporo).
- Trip B2. Granitic magmatism across South Korea
- Four and one-half days, including travel (September 7-11, 2003). Maximum enrollment is 40.
This excursion presents an overview of the geochemical and tectonic evolution of granitic magmatism in South Korea along an N-S cross-section. Three kinds of granitic terrane will be studied. In the southern part (the first and second days), we will visit the subduction-related Cretaceous volcano-plutonic complexes and discuss magma-mixing process as revealed by microgranular mafic enclaves. We will have a brief visit to the Bulguksa Temple, one of the UNESCO world cultural heritages, and see how ancient Koreans used granites to build stone monuments. In the middle part (the third day), we will examine Triassic to Jurassic deformed granites (pre- and syn-tectonic) along ductile shear zones, including the famous Honam shear zone. In the northern part (the fourth day), we will focus on diverse migmatites of the Precambrian basement. We will make a half-day tour on the closing day to introduce the traditional Korean culture at Korean Folk Village.
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M-S. Jin (KIGAM, email@example.com), S.-T. Kwon (Yonsei Univ. , firstname.lastname@example.org), Y.-J. Jwa (Gyeonsang Nat'l Univ., email@example.com)
Assemble at Gimhae International Airport, Busan, Korea by 5:00 p.m. on September 7, 2003. We will pick up all the participants at 5:30 p.m. at the airport. In case you use the ferry service from Japan to Busan, please inform your schedule to the leaders in advance (at least a month before the Symposium). The trip will end at Incheon International Airport, Seoul, by 4:00 p.m. on September 11. During the trip, we have national holidays (the Fall Festival) in Korea, and advise you to make an early reservation for your flights from Japan to Korea (Gimhae) on September 7, and from Korea (Incheon) to your next destination on September 11.
62,500 yen including all meals, lodging (double occupancy), and transportation from the pick-up point to Incheon International Airport, Seoul,Korea.
- Mid-Symposium Excursions (September 4, 2003)
- Four trips are planned for Thursday, September 4. All the trips will leave and return to Toyohashi Station in the same day. Transportation will be by chartered buses. Note that a stop will be made for dinner during the return journey for all the trips.
- Trip M1. Ryoke granitoids and metamorphic rocks in the eastern Mikawa district, central Japan
- This field trip conveys to the participants an overview of the Ryoke Belt, which represents a middle-crustal section of the Cretaceous Eurasian continental-margin. We will observe some typical Ryoke granitoids and metamorphic rocks and also an outcrop of the Median Tectonic Line, the greatest fault in the Japanese Islands.
Leaders: T. Kutsukake (Aichi Univ., firstname.lastname@example.org), A. Miyake (Aichi Univ. Educ.), Y. Ohtomo (Yamagata Univ.)
Cost: 7,800 yen, including transportation, lunch, dinner and refreshments.
- Trip M2. Post-tectonic two-mica granite in the Okazaki area, central Japan
- This trip will overview post-tectonic fine- to medium-grained two-mica granite, the Busetsu granite, coarse-grained hornblende-biotite granodiorite and associated Ryoke metamorphic rocks. Individual bodies of the Busetsu granite show cross-cutting and/or gradational relationships. Participants will examine a variety of peraluminous two-mica granites and their contact relationships at several quarries.
Leaders: Y. Nakai (Aichi Univ. Educ., email@example.com), K.Suzuki (Nagoya Univ.)
Cost: 7,800 yen, including transportation, lunch, dinner and refreshments.
- Trip M3. Koto Rhyolites and their related granitic rocks around Lake Biwa, southwest Japan
- This trip will visit the Cretaceous Koto Rhyolites and associated granitic rocks that collectively constitute the Biwa-ko Cauldron (40 km x 60 km). We will observe the pyroclastic rocks (welded tuffs), quartz-porphyries, granite porphyries and granites that occur southeast of Lake Biwa, Shiga Prefecture. If possible, we will observe Zn-mineralization in the granites.
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Leaders: Y. Sawada (Shimane Univ., firstname.lastname@example.org), S. Nakano (Shiga Univ.)
Cost: 9,000 yen, including transportation, lunch, dinner and refreshments.
- Trip M4. Ise-Toba-Irago (sight-seeing bus tour)
- This one-day tour introduces the participants to the traditional culture and religion of Japan. In the morning, after a two and one-half hour drive through the highways, we will visit the Ise Jingu (grand shrine of the Shintoism). After lunch, we will visit the Mikimoto Pearl Island and also watch the women divers (Ama) show. Then, we will enjoy a one-hour cruise by ferry from Toba to Cape Irago. At the Irago View Hotel we will have dinner watching a magnificent sunset.
Leader: Y. Kutsukake (Yutakagaoka High School, email@example.com)
Cost: 9,600 yen, including transportation, admission fee, lunch, dinner and refreshments.
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