12 IKC Poster Technical Programme
Theme 1. Diamonds
Poster Number Abstract ID Title Presenter Affiliation
P1-01 9 When diamonds are not pure diamond: amorphous carbon (a-C) grain boundary complexions in natural diamond aggregates  Samantha Perritt De Beers Group
P1-02 10 TiO2 exsolution as a cause of ferropericlase inclusion iridescence in diamond Samantha Perritt De Beers Group
P1-03 47 Machine learning classification on the chemical compositions of lithospheric diamonds and their inclusions Zhou Zhang Zhejiang University
P1-04 117 Diamonds in the oceanic mantle: a new occurrence on Earth Jingsui Yang Nanjing University
P1-05 150 A first look at diamonds and their inclusions from the Sequoia Kimberlite Complex, Northwest Territories, Canada  Thomas Stachel University of Alberta
P1-06 71 Mesoproterozoic diamond formation in the Sask craton mantle root: A far-field link to the Mackenzie large igneous event? Sarah EM Milne University of Alberta
P1-07 78 The Occurrence of Diamond in the HPHT Metal-Chromite-Carbon System: Implications for Diamond in Ophiolites Zhiyun Lu Zhejiang University
P1-08 86 Microdiamonds from Tonian plume-related LIP, North China Craton (NCC) Yun Wang Nanjing University
P1-09 87 Laser ablation of ‘diamonds-in-water’ – a new technique for digging deeper Yaakov Weiss The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
P1-10 90 Diamonds in the Kimberley area formed from mantle volatiles  Pierre Cartigny IPG-Paris
P1-11 92 Mineralogical Features and Comparison of Diamonds from Three Kimberlite Belts in Mengyin, China Fei Liu Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences
P1-12 94 A snapshot of mantle metasomatism recorded by clinopyroxene inclusions in diamonds Kate Kiseeva American Museum of Natural History
P1-13 99 CO2 nanoinclusions in diamonds Oded Navon The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
P1-14 115 Dynamical properties of defects in diamond Razvan Caracas Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris
P1-15 53 Lessons from Letseng – Evidence in support of the Flamboyant Megacryst Norman Lock
P1-16 130 Trace element compositions of diamond-forming fluids in Voorspoed diamonds  Yael Kempe The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
P1-17 139 Characterisation of sublithospheric and lithospheric diamond populations from the Candle Lake C29/30 kimberlite, Sask Craton, Canada Andrea Pezzera University of Alberta
p1-18 141 In-situ U-Pb dating of garnet in diamonds from Venetia, South Africa Brendan Hoare Trinity College Dublin
P1-19 56 Carbon with diamond structure in phlogopite in peridotite, Barr Slope Mine, Dixonville, Pennsylvania Chien-lu Chan Henry O. A. Meyer Memorial Researcharcharcharch
P1-20 151 Macle Diamonds: Primary Fluid Inclusion Entrapment Along the Twinning Plane William Henry Towbin Gemological Institute of America
P1-21 158 Tales from Diamond Surface Features David Phillips University of Melbourne
P1-22 159 Rare natural colored diamonds: diamonds colored by the 480 nm absorption band Mei Yan Lai Gemological Institute of America
P1-23 179 Temporal changes in diamond formation by subduction through Earth history: thermal modeling, seismology, & petrology evidence Steven Shirey Carnegie Institution for Science
P1-24 188 What Inclusions in Diamond Tell Us About the Lithospheric Mantle Beneath Snap Lake Kimberlite Dyke (Northwest Territories, Canada) Kelsey Graversen De Beers Group
P1-25 191 Karowe Diamond Mine: Geology and Diamonds of the South Lobe and Implications for Underground Mining Kimberley Webb SRK Consulting (Canada ) Inc.
Theme 2. Emplacement and Economic Geology of Kimberlites and Related Magmas
Poster Number Abstract ID Title Presenter Affiliation
P2-01 55 Structural analysis of active quarries in the Quaternary Western Eifel volcanic field and their relevance for the formation of diatremes Georg Buechel University Jena, Institute of Earth Sciences
P2-02 146 Floating reefs and their relevance for the emplacement of maar-diatreme volcanoes Volker Lorenz Department of Geography and Geology, University of Wuerzburg
P2-03 192 Evolution of the geological model of Renard 3 Kimberley-type pyroclastic kimberlite over 1,000 metres depth, Quebec, Canada Colleen Laroulandie Stornoway Diamonds
Theme 3. The Origin and Evolution of Kimberlites and Related Magmas
Poster Number Abstract ID Title Presenter Affiliation
P3-01 184 Secular variation in kimberlite formation: the variable connection to LLSVPs Claudia Adam Kansas State University
P3-02 22 Petrology, geochemistry, and geochronology of the Pikoo Kimberlites, Saskatchewan Chiranjeeb Sarkar University of Alberta
P3-03 16 Nature and origin of lamproite hypabyssal intrusives from the Jharia basin in eastern India Parminder Kaur Panjab University Chandigarh
P3-04 15 Geochemistry of potassic sills and dykes from Jharkhand: Implications for the Cretaceous lamproite magmatism of eastern India in proximity to the Kerguelen mantle plume Parminder Kaur Panjab University Chandigarh
P3-05 32 Kimberlites and basaltic melts as key tracers of Earth’s least processed mantle reservoirs Jingao Liu China University of Geosciences
P3-06 38 Tracing the relative roles of lithospheric and sublithospheric mantle in kimberlite source regions using highly siderophile elements and Re-Os isotope systematics Yong Xu University of Alberta
P3-07 41 Insights in Na-contents of kimberlite melts from experimentally determined partition coefficients between olivine and silicate-carbonate melt Rebecca Fabiana Zech ETH Zürich
P3-08 60 Emplacement of the Argyle diamond deposit into an ancient rift zone triggered by supercontinent breakup Luc Doucet Curtin University
P3-09 70 Petrology and Geochronology of kimberlites from the Victoria Island field, NU/NT, Canada Alex Müller University of Alberta
P3-10 83 Hollandite group minerals in Lamproites from the Jharia Coalfield, Damodar Valley, India Gurmeet Kaur Department Of Geology, Panjab University, Chandigarh
P3-11 89 Geochemical Characteristics and U-Pb chronological of Apatite in Diamondiferous Kimberlite Pipes, the North China Craton (NCC) Chuqi Cao Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences
P3-12 93 Petrology, Geochemistry, and Geochronology of the Dharma Kimberlites, Northwest Territories, Canada Nikita Kepezhinskas
P3-13 138 Apatite U-Pb dating of kimberlite: a feasibility study from South China Jiawei Zhang Guizhou Geological Survey
P3-14 107 The effect of crustal xenolith-kimberlite reaction on host kimberlite classification: The Pionerskaya case Amy Mailey University of British Columbia
P3-15 110 Dating Perovskites From Kimberlites Of The Alto Paranaiba Igneous Province, Brazil: Challenges, Strategies And Geodynamic Implications Rogério G. Azzone Institute of Geosciences (IGc), University of São Paulo
P3-16 126 Geochemistry, petrography, and zircon geochronology of MARID xenoliths from the Kaapvaal craton, southern Africa Molly Paul Boise State University
P3-17 140 New Ar-Ar age and C-O isotope geochemistry of the Piedade (Aps) carbonatite complex of the Ponta Grossa Arch region, Southern Brazil: petrological implications Excelso Ruberti University of São Paulo, Brazil
P3-18 96 (U-Th)/He geochronology of kimberlite zircon megacrysts: a new chronometer for dating emplacement Spencer Zeigler University of Colorado Boulder
P3-19 142 An experimental study on the kimberlitic magma evolution during ascent before emplacement Zairong Liu Institue of Deep-sea Science And Engineering, Cas
P3-20 154 The effect of volatiles on properties of kimberlite melts Ana Anzulovic Univesity of Oslo
P3-21 163 Post-collisional lamprophyres – exploration tools for rare metal deposits Thomas Seifert TU Bergakademie Freiberg
P3-22 171 New Geochemical Insights into the Petrogenesis of South Australian Kimberlites Hayden Dalton University of Melbourne
P3-23 174 The origin of kimberlitic zircon and the search for a “fingerprint” for superdeep diamonds: enhanced classification of source rock using zircon trace element compositions and machine learning Graham Pearson University of Alberta
P3-24 182 A Geochronological Perspective on the Geodynamic Models of Kimberlite and Lamproite Magmatism in Kansas Pamela Kempton Kansas State University
P3-25 8 Geochronology of the Qeqertaa Diamondiferous Ultramafic Lamprophyre, West Greenland Mark Thomas Hutchison Government of Greenland
Theme 4. Diamond Deposits – Exploration and Mining
Poster Number Abstract ID Title Presenter Affiliation
P4-01 7 Diamond Exploration and Regional Prospectivity of Greenland Mark Thomas Hutchison Government of Greenland
P4-02 23 Sedimentology and source provenance analysis of diamondiferous gravels of the Middle Orange River, Northern Cape Province, South Africa Cameron McLaren Nelson Mandela University
P4-03 14 Dachine Revisited Jacques Letendre Exploration Renouveau Inc.
P4-04 18 Kimberlites and lamproites in Zambia Alec Hawkes
P4-05 20 Reflectance spectroscopy for investigating diamond inclusions and kimberlite indicator minerals Edward Cloutis University of Winnipeg
P4-06 31 Discovery of Tracing Diamond in South Linyi Yi Ding Hebei GEO University
P4-07 30 Several Questions in Searching for Diamondiferous Kimberlite in China Yi Ding Hebei GEO University
P4-08 186 Geology Development and Evaluation of Meya Kimberlite Dyke System, Kono District, Sierra Leone  Casey Hetman SRK Consulting
P4-09 52 Evolution of Kimberlite Exploration – Systematic exploration using a ground geophysical toolbox for kimberlites, Slave Craton, NWT, Canada (Part 1) Darrell Epp Aurora Geosciences Ltd.
P4-10 69 Leveraging AI to eliminate bias in kimberlite core logging Alexandrina Fulop De Beers Canada-Exploration
P4-11 85 New technologies: a paradigm shift in kimberlite core logging Alexandrina Fulop De Beers Canada-Exploration
P4-12 77 A21 – Diavik’s Newest Underground Mine Philip Lewis Rio Tinto Exploration
P4-13 82 Geology of the Lulo kimberlite cluster of Lunda Norte Province of Angola Richard Price Lucapa Diamond Company
P4-14 84 Enhancing Large Diamond Recovery: A Comprehensive Overview of X-ray Transmission (XRT) Technology Corné de Jager TOMRA Sorting Pty Ltd
P4-15 75 Occurrence and recovery of Rare Earth Elements from kimberlite tailings in diamond mines Mohammed Rifkhan Mohammed Nayeem Dalhousie University
P4-16 101 Diamond Mining in Canada – An Evolving Mine Engineering Knowledge Base Jaroslav Jakubec SRK Consulting
P4-17 13 Jwaneng — The Untold Story of The Discovery of the World’s Richest Diamond Mine Norman Lock
P4-18 114 Vertical Cutter Mining – A sustainable technology for mining of small vertical kimberlite bodies and veins Ulrich Schoepf Bauer Maschinen GmbH
P4-19 123 Major Element Indicator Mineral Chemistry of the Lulo Kimberlite Province, Lunda Norte, Angola Paul Allan Lucapa Diamond Company
P4-20 136 The River Ranch Kimberlite, Zimbabwe Leon Daniels Pangolin Diamonds
P4-21 147 Diamond sources of the Juína region, Amazonian craton: textural and mineral chemical characteristics of Kimberley-type pyroclastic kimberlites Izaac Cabral-Neto Geological Survey of Brazil
P4-22 161 Recovering Population Estimates through Expectation Maximization Techniques Yuri Kinakin Rio Tinto Exploration
P4-23 166 Evolution of Kimberlite Exploration – Advances in Drift Prospecting in Canada’s North (Part 2): Case Studies and Examples  Patrick DesRosiers Palmer/SLR
P4-24 172 Comparison of Full-Tensor Magnetic Gradiometry with Conventional Magnetic Data: Implications for Kimberlite Exploration Janet Morrissey Rio Tinto Exploration
P4-25 175 Evolution of Kimberlite Exploration – A New Look at Kimberlite Indicator Morphology from the Southern Slave Craton, NWT Tom Mccandless Mountain Province Diamonds
P4-26 185 Updated Northwest Territories Kimberlite Compilation Barrett Elliott Northwest Territories Geological Survey
103 Find the hidden diamond ore body Nearby No.50 kimberlite pipe in Wafangdian area, Liaoning, China Fu Haitao Liaoning Geological Exploration and Mining Group
Theme 5. Cratonic Mantle – Petrology, Geochemistry and Geophysics
Poster Number Abstract ID Title Presenter Affiliation
P5-01 42 Constraints on the distribution, composition, and lithology of eclogite-pyroxenite xenoliths from the central Slave Craton mantle root Thomas Stachel University of Alberta
P5-02 28 Probing the northern Kaapvaal craton root with mantle-derived xenocrysts from the Marsfontein orangeite diatreme, South Africa Ntando Ngwenya University of Johannesburg
P5-03 33 V/Sc in garnet xenocrysts: new oxybarometry frontiers for the SCLM Lynthener Bianca Takenaka de Oliviera SRK Consulting
P5-04 40 A sheared ilmenite-dunite xenolith from Lesotho: witness of deformation, metasomatism and perturbation of the lithosphere Catharina Heckel Goethe University Frankfurt
P5-05 156 Classifying crust- and mantle-derived garnet from a structural-chemical perspective Song Gao Western University
P5-06 44 Geodynamic Modelling of Cratonic Basins – Hosts for Diamonds and Gold Kristina Kublik University of Alberta
P5-07 51 Formation and evolution of the subcontinental lithospheric mantle beneath accretionary orogenic belts: implications for the birth of future cratons Yuchen Liu China University of Geosciences
P5-08 58 Cr-rich Megacrysts in Kimberlite Dan Schulze University of Toronto
P5-09 61 Mapping Global Lithospheric Mantle Pressure-Temperature Conditions by Machine Learning-Based Thermobarometry Chenyang Ye School of Earth Sciences, Zhejiang University
P5-10 68 Metasomatism of the deep root of the Slave craton by melts from subducted oceanic crust Sarah Brooker University of Texas
P5-11 91 Thermal and chemical structure of on- and off-craton lithosphere in central Africa from kimberlite indicator minerals Philip Janney University of Cape Town
P5-12 17 Water in cratonic eclogites and pyroxenites from the Sask and Superior Cratons: impacts of tectonothermal events on mantle lithosphere evolution and dynamics Rondi Davies Queensborough Community College, CUNY
P5-13 104 Southeast Slave Craton Lithosphere, Revisited Bruce Kjarsgaard Geological Survey of Canada, Natural Resources Canada
P5-14 111 Mantle compositional architecture and diamond potential for the Alto Paranaíba Igneous Province, Brazil: compositional signatures from garnet xenocrysts in kimberlites Julia Cristina Bandeira Lino De Souza University of São Paulo
P5-15 112 Kimberlites from Chicoria Creek, Juina, Brazil: Two broadly differing diamond and indicator mineral suites pointing to subduction and plate melting Harrison Cookenboo Consulting Geologist
P5-16 113 Effects of melt depletion and metasomatism on U-Th-Pb behavior in cratonic mantle Diego Toro Vivanco University of Bern
P5-17 119 Ferric iron measurements of coexisting garnet and clinopyroxene in grospydite xenoliths from Zagadochnaya kimberlite pipe (Yakutia, Siberian craton) Giulia Marras Department of Earth Sciences, Sapienza University of Rome
P5-18 124 Arc Mantle Redox since Archean: Insights from Machine Learning, Statistics and Thermodynamic Modeling Chun-Tao Liu Zhejiang University
P5-19 129 Origins and timing of amphibole and phlogopite formation in kimberlite-borne eclogite and pyroxenite xenoliths Sonja Aulbach Goethe University
P5-20 128 Imaging the cratonic mantle lithosphere-kimberlite system beneath Kimberley (Kaapvaal craton) with in-situ U-Pb and geochemical analyses Sonja Aulbach Goethe University
P5-21 95 Kimberlite apatite (U-Th)/He thermochronology of the Canadian Arctic: what fraction of kimberlites were eroded? Spencer Zeigler University of Colorado
P5-22 131 Quantifying the thickness of the Archean lithosphere beneath the western Kaapvaal craton at the time of Zero kimberlite emplacement (1.6 Ga) Zuko Qashani Trinity College Dublin
P5-23 135 Age and origin of the lithospheric mantle below the Ancient Gneiss Complex, Eswatini Kananelo Letete University of The Witwatersrand
P5-24 143 Transitional pyroxenitic-lherzolitic xenoliths from Roberts Victor, Kaapvaal craton Karen Smit University of the Witwatersrand
P5-25 148 Determining the origin of fluids in the cratonic lithosphere Emma Tomlinson Trinity College Dublin
P5-26 149 The Origin of Eclogitic Corundum and Garnet Xenocrysts from the Kareevlei Kaapvaal Lamproite (Group II Kimberlite) Anele Joni University of Cape Town
P5-27 152 Quantifying the melting conditions of Archean cratonic peridotites Jarious Kaekane Trinity College Dublin
P5-28 127 Probing the Diamond potential of the North American Lithosphere using seismic tomography Andrew Schaeffer Geological Survey of Canada