The Deep Carbon Observatory, the International Continental Scientific Drilling Program (ICDP), and several European Geoscience Union (EGU) divisions jointly organized a Union Symposium on Deep Geofluids at the 2016 European Geosciences Union General Assembly in Vienna, Austria (17-22 April 2016). The symposium, which took place on Thursday, 21 April at 15:30, was co-chaired by Brian Horsfield, Executive Director, ICDP; Craig Schiffries, Director, DCO; and Christopher Juhlin, President, EGU Division on Energy, Resources and the Environment.
The Symposium was livestreamed during the General Assembly, and is archived in full here and on the EGU 2016 website.
15:30–16:00 | Making rhyolite in a basalt crucible.
16:00–16:30 | Revisiting the subduction zone carbon cycle: What goes down, mostly comes up.
Peter Kelemen and Craig Manning
16:30–17:00 | Making a black shale shine: the interaction of hydrothermal fluids and diagenetic processes.
Sarah Gleeson, Joe Magnall, and Merilie Reynolds
17:30–18:00 | Deep ancient fluids in the continental crust and their impact on near-surface economic, environmental and biological systems.
Christopher Ballentine, Oliver Warr, Chelsea Sutcliffe, Jill McDermott, Jonathan Fellowes, Greg Holland, Jennifer Mabry, and Barbara Sherwood Lollar
18:00–18:30 | Extracting Energy from Petroleum Reservoirs at Large Scale without CO2 Emissions –Is it possible? Is The Attempt Desirable?
Steve Larter, Marc Strous, and Steven Bryant
18:30–19:00 | Fluid injection and induced seismicity.
Michael Kendall and James Verdon