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Instructions for Field Trips

  • A wide range of field excursions are offered to the registered participants who make also a pre-payment, with 7 pre-meeting and 9 post-meeting excursions. The trips require a minimum of 1–20 participants and can accommodate up to a maximum of 9–60 participants.
  • Except for field excursions FT1, FT3, FT4, FT6, FT10 and FT11, all the other excursions will start and end in Toulouse.

    Important notes regarding field trips

    • The capacity of field trips is limited and will be filled on a first-come first-served basis. Registrations to the fielt trips must happen with the registration to the conference. The payment will be delayed the time we are sure that the chosen field trip reaches sufficient participants to be opened. We will then request full payment. (A waiting list will possibly be made, and the organizers will inform you if a place becomes available.)
    • Trips may be cancelled if under-subscribed. Before purchasing non-refundable travel tickets, please ask the organizers for confirmation that the trip will actually take place.
    • In some of the hotels used for excursions, single-bed rooms may be few or unavailable. Please specify your preference in the registration form, if asked, as shared double- or triple-bed rooms are always much less expensive.
    • Several weeks prior to the excursion, you will receive information with details of the meeting points, transportation during the trip, phone number and email address of excursion leaders.
    • Proper clothing and usual accessories are needed for the excursions (i.e., mountain boots, hat, raining clothes, backpack, …).
    • Trips will be held in various areas, from the seashore to the mountains, and the participants are advised to check the local weather forecasts.
    • Neither the organizers nor the field excursion leaders can offer insurance covering illness or injury for individuals.

List of field trips

List of sessions can be downloaded here.

Pre-meeting field trips

  • FT1 The Eocene marine sedimentation in the Southern Pyrenean Basin: a basin-slope-platform transect
  • FT2 Seismic-scale fluid migration features in a passive margin setting. Outcrop analogues from the Mesozoic SE France Basin
  • FT3 The Bay of Mont Saint Michel. Facies, Morphodynamics and Holocene evolution of a hypertidal coastal environment
  • FT4 Estuarine, coastal marine facies and geobodies architecture in the Gironde estuary and the Atlantic coast (SW France)
  • FT5 Foreland basin evolution in the Southern Pyrenees (Aragon, Spain)
  • FT6 Depositional controls on Marine Source rocks: impact in Conventional and Unconventional Petroleum Systems (Lower Jurassic of the Cantabrian Region, North Spain)
  • FT7 Geological walk in Toulouse

 

Post-meeting field trips

  • FT8 Lacustrine carbonate-evaporite series in rift basin: Facies, architectures, controls on sedimentation and tectonic evolution
  • FT9 The Pyrenees: from the Cretaceous inner trough to the alpine foreland basins. The tecto-sedimentary evolution of the orogen presented along 2 sections crossing the central part of the belt
  • FT10 Geology and Bordeaux Wines
  • FT11 From syn-rift to sag, Eocene-Oligocene tectono-stratigraphy of the Southern Upper Rhine Graben (URG, France, Germany, Switzerland). An analog for multisegmented intra-continental rift basins.
  • FT12 Ilerdian sedimentation through the Carcassonne Gulf (Corbières, France)
  • FT13 Architecture and evolution of a syntectonic river-dominated delta: the Middle Eocene Sobrarbe deltaic complex (South-Pyrenean Foreland Basin, Aragon, Spain)
  • FT14 Quaternary terraces along the Ariège and Garonne Rivers south of Toulouse
  • FT15 Pre to synorogenic tectonics-sedimentation relationships in the eastern north-Pyrenean foreland
  • FT16 Soil terroir and wine in the Gaillac appellation (S France)
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