IGCP Project 474
Images of the Earth's Crust & Upper Mantle
Updated: Jun 02, 2016
IGCP Project 474 Business meeting, 2004
(Extract from the IGCP Project 474 Annual Report, 2004)
A project business meeting was held on 5 October, 2004 at Mont Tremblant, Quebec, Canada, during the 11th International Conference on Deep Seismic Imaging of the Continents.
Present: B. Drummond (Australia, Chair), O.Oncken (Germany), R. Hobbs (UK), S. Li (China), G. Fuis (USA), F. Cook (Canada). L. Brown (USA) was appraised on the business during the following days of the symposium.
The meeting reviewed the project progress during 2004 and considered forward planning. Among the issues considered were:
Institutions in India and Georgia have expressed an interest in participating in IGCP Project 474 activities.
In India a National Working Group has been formed under the chairmanship of Sri A. K. Agrawal, Deputy Director General, Geological Survey of India, Kokata. The working group held a meeting in Kolkata on 2 September, 2004, to consider ways and means of contributing to the IGCP Project 474 aim of providing images of the Earth's crust to at least Moho depths.
In Georgia a working group within the Institute of Geology, Georgian Academy of Sciences, Tbilisi, is conducting research into the nature of the continental lithosphere as a contribution to the aims and objectives of the International Lithosphere Project (ILP). The research is linked to the search for oil/gas and the research into the nature of active fault zones and earthquake risk.
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