10 IKC SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME 
POSTERS
SL NO. ABST. ID AUTHOR TITLE
KIMBERLITE GEOLOGY
1 127 Agashev A M1, Orihashi Y2, Rotman A Ya3, Pokhilenko N P1, Serov I V3, Tolstov A V4 RUTILE AND TITANITE AS THE MINERALS FOR DATING KIMBERLITE EMPLACEMENT   AGE: AN EXAMPLE OF AMAKINSKAYA AND TAEZHNAYA PIPES OF MIRNY FIELD, SIBERIA.
2 131 1Buisman*I, 1Sparks RSJ, 1Walter MJ, 2Brown RJ, 3Manya S, 1Kavanagh J OLIVINE CHEMISTRY OF EXCEPTIONALLY YOUNG (HOLOCENE) KIMBERLITE OF THE IGWISI HILLS VOLCANO, TANZANIA
3 360 Chalapathi Rao, N.V.1*, Creaser, R.A.2 and Lehmann, B.3 RECONNAISSANCE Re-Os ISOTOPE STUDY OF INDIAN KIMBERLITES AND LAMPROITES: IMPLICATION FOR THEIR MANTLE SOURCE REGIONS
4 112 Lepine I, Armstrong J GEOLOGY OF THE KIMBERLITE PIPES OF THE RENARD CLUSTER, QUEBEC, CANADA
5 69 Garanin*VK, Anashkin SM, Bovkun AV, Jelsma H, Shmakov II, Garanin KV GROUNDMASS MICROCRYSTALLINE OXIDES FROM THE MARSFONTEIN PIPE (REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA), CATOCA, CAMACHIA AND OTHERS ANGOLAN KIMBERLITE PIPES
6 340 Gurmeet Kaur*, Mahesh Korkoppa# and Fareeduddin# Petrology of P-13 and P-5 kimberlite from Lattavaram kimberlite cluster, Wajrakarur Kimberlite Field, Andhra Pradesh, India
7 211 Freeman2 L, Nowicki1 TE and Abedu2 B INTERNAL GEOLOGY DEVELOPMENT AND EMPLACEMENT OF THE K1 KIMBERLITE PIPE, KOIDU MINE, SIERRA LEONE, WEST AFRICA
8 39 Lorenz2* V KIMBERLITE MAAR CRATERS
9 119 Mabolani, S Cawthorn, R.G., and Reimold, W.U. BENFONTEIN-02 KIMBERLITE, NORTHERN CAPE PROVINCE, SOUTH AFRICA
10 249 Moss* S1, Nowicki T1, Hetman C2, Freeman L2, Abedu B2 GEOLOGY AND EVALUATION OF KIMBERLITE DYKES AT KOIDU, SIERRA LEONE
11 262 Moss* S1, Webb K1, Hetman C1, Manyumbu A2, Muchechetere C2 GEOLOGY OF THE K1 AND K2 KIMBERLITE PIPES AT MUROWA, ZIMBABWE
12 63 Sokol AG*, Kupriyanov IN, Palyanov YuN, Kruk AN WATER ACTIVITY IN KIMBERLITE MAGMAS: CONSTRAINS FROM MELTING EXPERIMENTS AT 6.3 GPA
13 33 Tretyachenko VV, Bovkun AV, Garanin*KV, Garanin VK, Tretyachenko NG FORMATION FEATURES OF THE EARLY-HERCYNIC ALKALINE-ULTRABASIC AND BASIC VOLVANIC COMPLEXES AND DIAMONDIFEROUS CRITERIA OF THE KIMBERLITES FROM ZIMNY BEREG AREA (NORTH-EAST OF ARCHANGELSK REGION, RUSSIA)
14 230 Webb KJ1*, Hetman CM1^, Nowicki TE1, Harrison S2, Carlson J2, Parson S2' and Paul JL1 THE UPDATED GEOLOGICAL MODEL OF THE MISERY KIMBERLITE COMPLEX, EKATI MINE, NORTHWEST TERRITORIES
15 272 Araújo DP1, Weska*RK2, Correa RS1, Valadão LV1, Kuberek NT1 Gobbo L3 THE KIMBERLITE JUINA-5, BRAZIL: TEXTURAL FEATURES AND XENOCRYST CHEMISTRY
16 49 Yakovlev*DA, Kostrovitsky SI, Suvorova LF TYPOMORPHIC FEATURES OF GROUNDMASS MINERALS FROM DIAMONDIFEROUS KIMBERLITES OF YAKUTIA
17 74 Yaxley GM1*, Berry AJ2, Kamenetsky VS3, Woodland AB4, Paterson D5, de Jonge MD5 and Howard DL APPLICATION OF Fe K-EDGE XANES DETERMINATIONS OF Fe3+/ÓFe IN GARNET TO PERIDOTITE XENOLITHS FROM THE UDACHNAYA KIMBERLITE
CRATONIC ROOTS
1 26 Shchukina* EV1, Malkovets VG1, Golovin NN2, Pokhilenko NP1 PERIDOTITIC MANTLE SECTION BENEATH V. GRIB KIMBERLITE PIPE (ARKHANGELSK REGION, RUSSIA): MINERALOGICAL COMPOSITION, P-T CONDITIONS, METASOMATISM
2 44 Agashev A M 1*, Ionov D A2, Pokhilenko N P1, Golovin A V1, Surgutanova E A 1, Sharygin I S. METASOMATISM IN CRATONIC MANTLE ROOT: INSIGHT FROM GEOCHEMISTRY OF DEFORMED PERIDOTITE XENOLITHS OF UDACHNAYA PIPE
3 59 Pokhilenko NP MINERALOGICAL AND PETROLOGICAL EVIDENCES OF LITHOSPHERE THICKNESS VARIATIONS INSIDE ANCIENT CRATONS
4 75 Rosenthal1* A, Yaxley1 GM, Green1,2 DH, Kovács1,4 I, Hermann1 J, Spandler1,3 CS, Mernagh5 TP PHASE AND MELTING RELATIONS OF A RESIDUAL ECLOGITE/PYROXENITE WITHIN AN UPWELLING HETEROGENEOUS UPPER MANLTE
5 125 A.M. Borst1, B. Davidheisser1, T. Meulemens1,  G.R. Davies*1 THE ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION OF THE LITHOSPHERIC MANTLE BENEATH THE MAKONDI FOLD BELT IN BOTSWANA: AN EXTENSIVE GEOCHEMICAL STDUY OF PERIDOTITE XENOLITHS FROM THE LETLHAKANE DIAMOND MINE
6 126 Malygina*EV, Pokhilenko NP PECULIARITIES OF COMPOSITION OF COARST PERIDOTITE XENOLITHS OF SOME KIMBERLITE PIPES FROM SOURTH AFRICA
7 140 Sablukov*SM, Sablukova LI, Stegnitsky YuB and Karpenko MA BANDED ALKREMITE XENOLITHS FROM NYURBINSKAYA KIMBERLITE PIPES (NAKYN FIELD, YAKUTIA)
8 142 Sablukova*LI, Sablukov SM, Stegnitsky YuB and Karpenko MA GREEN GARNETS OF THE “WEHRLITE” MANTLE XENOLITHS FROM KIMBERLITES: THEIR COMPOSITION AND ORIGIN (NEWLANDS DIKE, SOUTH AFRICA; NYURBINSKAYA PIPE, NAKYN FIELD, YAKUTIA)
9 144 Sablukova*LI, Sablukov SM, Verichev EM and Antonov AV GROSPYDITE XENOLITHS FROM GRIB PIPE KIMBERLITES (ARKHANGELSK PROVINCE, RUSSIA)
10 146 Bovkun*AV, Biller AY, Skvortsova VL, Garanin VK POLYPHASE HYDROCARBON INCLUSIONS IN GARNET FROM THE MIR PIPE (YAKUTIA, RUSSIA)
11 185 Malkovets1* VG, Griffin2 WL, Pokhilenko1 NP, O’Reilly2 SY, Dak3 AI, Tolstov4 AV, Serov4 IV, Bazhan1 IS, Kuzmin1,5 DV LITHOSPHERE MANTLE STRUCTURE BENEATH THE NAKYN KIMBERLITE FIELD, YAKUTIA
12 195 Robles-Cruz*aSE, GalíaS, EscayolabM, and MelgarejoaJC HETEROGENEOUS MANTLE BENEATH
THE LUNDA AREA IN ANGOLA
13 210 Dalla Costa*MM1, Santos RV1, Araújo DP1, Gaspar JC1 OCCURRENCE OF GARNETS WITH ECLOGITIC AND LHERZOLITIC COMPOSITIONS IN GARNET LHERZOLITE XENOLITH FROM THE CANASTRA-01 KIMBERLITE, BRAZIL
14 224 Kafino*CV, Brod JA, Brod TCJ, Freitas NM. MINERAL CHEMISTRY OF MANTLE XENOLITHS FROM KAMAFUGITE DIATREMES IN THE GOIAS ALKALINE PROVINCE, BRAZIL
15 233 Ashchepkov IV*, Ntaflos T, Pokhilenko LN, Ionov DA Vladykin NV, Kuligin SS, Mityukhin SI, Palessky SV MANTLE STRUCTURE BENEATH UDACHNAYA PIPE RECONSTRUCTED BY FRESH MANTLE XENOLITHS FROM BROWN BRECCIA
16 234 Ashchepkov IV*, Downes H, Mitchell R, Vladykin NV, Vladykin NV, Palessky SV MANTLE LITHOSPHERE BENEATH WYOMING BASED ON SLOAN AND KELSEY LAKE - I  KIMBERLITE XENOCRYSTS
17 235 Rezvukhin1 DI, Malkovets1 VG, Gibsher1* AA, Kuzmin1,3 DV, Griffin2 WL, Pokhilenko1 NP, O’Reilly2 SY MINERAL INCLUSIONS IN PYROPES FROM SOME KIMBERLITE PIPES OF YAKUTIA
18 354 Snyder1, DB, Berman1, RG, Kendall2, J-M, & Sanborn-Barrie1,M SEISMIC ANISOTROPY AND MANTLE STRUCTURE OF THE RAE CRATON, CENTRAL CANADA, FROM JOINT INTERPRETATION OF SKS SPLITTING AND RECEIVER FUNCTIONS
ORIGIN, EMPLACEMENT AND EVOLUTION OF KIMBERLITES AND RELATED ROCKS
1 57 Pokhilenko*LN, Alifirova TA and Yudin DS 40AR/39AR DATING OF PHLOGOPITE OF MANTLE XENOLITHS FROM KIMBERLITE PIPES OF YAKUTIA: EVIDENCE FOR DEEP ANCIENT METASOMATISM OF THE SIBERIAN PLATFORM
2 94 Mitchell*, RH, Scott Smith, BH, and Skinner,EMW MINERALOGY OF MAGMACLASTS AND INTERCLAST MATRICES OF KIMBERLEY-TYPE PYROCLASTIC KIMBERLITES FROM THE KAO, LETSENG-LA-TERAE, LETHLAKANE AND PREMIER KIMBERLITE PIPES IN SOUTHERN AFRICA
3 107 1Phillips* D, 1Giuliani A, 2Jelsma H and 2Joy S 40AR/39AR ANALYSES OF KELYPHITE: A NEW APPROACH FOR DATING KIMBERLITES AND RELATED ROCKS
4 115 Litasov*KD, Shatskiy A, Ohtani E MELTING OF PERIDOTITE AND ECLOGITE COEXISTING WITH REDUCED C-O-H FLUID AT 3-16 GPA: FURTHER CONSTRAINTS FOR REDOX MELTING MODELS
5 120 Luchs*T, Brey GP, Gerdes A, Hoefer HE LU-HF AND SM-ND GEOCHRONOLOGY AND GEOTHERMOBAROMETRY OF THE LITHOSPHERIC MANTLE BENEATH THE GIBEON KIMBERLITE FIELD, NAMIBIA
6 128 Shatskiy*A 1,2, Litasov KD 1,2, Ohtani E 1  SEGREGATION RATE AND TRANSPORT MECHANISM OF VOLATILE-BEARING MELT IN THE DEEP MANTLE
7 163 Brett*RC1, Russell JK2, and Andrews G3 KIMBERLITE ASCENT: CHRONICLES OF OLIVINE
8 172 Sharygin IS, Golovin* AV, Pokhilenko NP DJERFISHERITE IN KIMBERLITE-HOSTED MANTLE XENOLITHS: TEXTURAL FEATURES, COMPOSITION AND ORIGIN
9 191 Chesler*R, Hergt J, Woodhead J and Phillips D GEOCHEMISTRY AND GEOCHRONOLOGY OF TANZANIAN KIMBERLITES
10 193 Heaman LM*1, Grütter HS2, Pell J3, Holmes P3, and Grenon H3  U-PB GEOCHRONOLOGY, SR- AND ND-ISOTOPE COMPOSITIONS OF GROUNDMASS PEROVSKITE FROM THE CHIDLIAK AND QILAQ KIMBERLITES, BAFFIN ISLAND, NUNAVUT
11 229 Barbosa* ESR1,2, Brod JA1,2,3, Junqueira-Brod TC1,3, Cordeiro PFO2,3, Santos RV2,3, Dantas EL2,3 PHOSCORITES FROM THE SALITRE ALKALINE COMPLEX, BRAZIL: ORIGIN AND PETROGENETIC IMPLICATIONS
12 243 M. Felgate*, J. Hergt, D. Phillips, J. Woodhead THE BRAZILIAN KIMBERLITE-KAMAFUGITE ASSOCIATION: A NEW AND IMPROVED GEOCHRONOLOGICAL AND GEOCHEMICAL INVESTIGATION
13 246 Fulop, A.1, Kurszlaukis, S.1 & Winter, F.2 FACTORS CONTROLLING THE INTERNAL FACIES ARCHITECTURE OF KIMBERLITE PIPES 
14 251 Kjarsgaard BA KIMBERLITE PIPE MODELS: SIGNIFICANCE FOR EXPLORATION
15 277 Lokhov K.I.*, Lukyanova L.I.**, Lepekhina E.N.**, Kapitonov I.N.**, Antonov A.V.**, Polekhovsky Yu.S.*,Afanas’eva Z.L.*, Bogomolov E.S.***, Sergeev S.A.** U-PB AND LU-HF ISOTOPIC SYSTEMS IN ZIRCONS AND HF-ND ISOTOPIC SYSTEMATIZATION OF THE KIMOZERO KIMBERLITES (KARELIA)
16 280 Lokhov K.I.*, Lukyanova L.I.**, Kapitonov I.N.**, Lepekhina E.N.**,  Antonov A.V.**, Shokalsky S.P.**,  Sergeev S.A.** U-PB AND LU-HF ISOTOPIC SYSTEMS IN ZIRCONS FROM SOME KIMBERLITES OF THE SIBERIAN PLATFORM AND FROM EBELIAKH ALLUVIAL DEPOSIT: AGE AND GEOCHEMIC PECULIARITIES OF THE SOURCE ROCKS. 
17 293 Barbosa* ESR1,2,3, Brod JA1,2,3, Junqueira-Brod TC1,3, Cordeiro PFO2,3, Dantas EL2,3, Santos RV2, 3 MINERALOGY AND PETROLOGY OF THE SALITRE I PHOSCORITE-CARBONATITE-ALKALINE COMPLEX, BRAZIL
18 295 Antonov1* AV, Lepekhina1 EN, Belyatsky2 BV and Lehmann3 B KIMBERLITIC ZIRCON: RESULTS OF MAGMA INTERACTION
19 297 Ogilvie-Harris, RC1*, Brooker, RA1, Sparks, RSJ1 and Walter, MJ1 AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF THE CARBONATITE-KIMBERLITE MELT
20 299 O’Brien* HE, Birnie AC and Spencer RG DIAMONDIFEROUS MEGACRYSTAL GARNET AND ORTHOPYROXENE FROM LIQHOBONG, LESOTHO
21 361 L. Melluso1, Rajesh K. Srivastava2*, C.M. Petrone3, V. Guarino1, A.K. Sinha2 PALAEOPROTEROZOIC ULTRAMAFIC LAMPROPHYRES AND ASSOCIATED CARBONATITES FROM THE MAHAKOSHAL SUPRACRUSTAL BELT, CENTRAL INDIA: EVIDENCE FOR A CARBONATE-RICH METASOMATISED MANTLE
23 372 Gernon TM, Brown RJ, Tait M, Hincks TK The origin of pelletal lapilli in explosive kimberlite eruptions
PETROLOGY AND GEOCHEMISTRY OF METASOMATISED LITHOSPHERIC MANTLE MAGMAS
1 74 Yaxley GM1*, Berry AJ2, Kamenetsky VS3, Woodland AB4, Paterson D5, de Jong MD5 and Howard DL5 APPLICATION OF Fe K-EDGE XANES DETERMINATIONS OF Fe3+/∑Fe IN GARNET TO PERIDOTITE XENOLITHS FROM THE UDACHNAYA KIMBERLITE
2 85 Solov’eva*LV, Kostrovitsky SI, Yasnygina TA FLUID AND MAGMA TRANSFER IN SUBCONTINENTAL LITHOSPHERICMANTLE OF THE SIBERIAN CRATON AND ITS GEOCHEMICAL EVOLUTION
3 89 Kostrovitsky SI, Gornova MA, Solovyeva LV, Yakovlev DA ISOTOPE HETEROGENEITY FROM OXYGEN IN ROCKS OF LITHOSPHERE MANTLE
4 114 Litasov*KD 1,2, Shatskiy A 1,2, Ohtani E 1, Pokhilenko NP 2  MELTING PHASE RELATIONS IN THE SYSTEMS PERIDOTITE-H2O-CO2 AND ECLOGITE-H2O-CO2 AT PRESSURES UP TO 27 GPA
5 117 Giuliani* A, Kendrick MA and Phillips D HALOGEN AND AR GEOCHEMISTRY OF METASOMATIC MANTLE XENOLITHS FROM THE BULTFONTEIN PIPE (KIMBERLEY DISTRICT, SOUTH AFRICA)
6 118 Kiseeva1*ES, Litasov2,3KD, Yaxley1GM, Ohtani2E CARBONATED ECLOGITE AT 3.5-5.5 GPA – THE EFFECT OF THE CAPSULE MATERIAL ON SOLIDUS TEMPERATURES
7 130 Sablukov SM TA-SC DIAGRAM, THE UNIVERSAL DISCRIMINATION DIAGRAM FOR GEOCHEMICAL CLASSIFICATION OF THE KIMBERLITIC ROCKS
8 143 Golubkova*A and Schmidt MW THE ROLE OF SEDIMENT DERIVED CARBONATITIC MELTS IN THE ORIGIN OF CARBONATED K-RICH MANTLE DOMAINS
9 157 Sirotkina*EA, Bobrov AV, Garanin VK, Bovkun AV, Shkurskii B.B. and Korost DV EXSOLUTION TEXTURES IN MAJORITIC GARNETS FROM THE MIR KIMBERLITE PIPE (YAKUTIA, RUSSIA)
10 178 Spetsius ZV1* and Kamenetsky VS2 MAPPING OF MINERAL PHASES AROUND DIAMONDS IN ECLOGITE XENOLITHS FROM THE UDACHNAYA KIMBERLITE PIPE (YAKUTIA): REMARKS TO THEIR METASOMATIC GENESIS
11 179 Maibam B. MINERAL CHEMISTRY OF THE PERIDOTITES FROM THE NAGA OPHIOLITE BELT, NORTHEASTERN INDIA AND THEIR PETROLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE
12 188 Gibsher1* AA, Malkovets1 VG, Griffin2 WL, O’Reilly2 SY PETROGENESIS OF COMPOSITE XENOLITHS FROM ALKALINE BASALTS (WEST SANGILEN, RUSSIA)
13 197 Nikolenko* EI, Afanasiev VP, Chepurov AI FE-RICH ILMENITE AND KIMBERLITE MELT INTERACTION, EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCHES
14 227 Tychkov* NS, Agashev AM, Pokhilenko NP REFERTILISATION GRADE ESTIMATION OF LITHOSPHERE ROOTS BY THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF GARNETS FROM SIBERIAN KIMBERLITES
15 288  Shu* Q; Brey GP; Gerdes A; Hoefer HE ULTRA-DEPLETED ECLOGITES: RESIDUES OF TTG MELTING
16 312 Preston, R. F.1, Wyatt, B. A.2 and Perritt, S.1 LITHOSPHERIC STRUCTURE BENEATH THE CRETACEOUS ORAPA KIMBERLITE FIELD, BOTSWANA: 4D LITHOSPHERE IMAGING USING GARNET INDICTOR MINERAL CHEMISTRY
17 341 Bhaskara Rao* KS1, Patel SC2, Ravi S3, Akhtar J2 CLINOPYROXENE MACROCRYSTS IN PROTEROZOIC KIMBERLITES FROM SOUTHERN INDIA
18 342 Nayak* SS1, Ravi S2, Patel SC3, Akhtar J3 ILMENITE MACROCRYSTS IN PROTEROZOIC KIMBERLITES FROM SOUTHERN INDIA
19 363 Parijat Roy and Vysetti Balaram  PGE GEOCHEMISTRY OF DIAMONDIFEROUS AND NON-DIAMONIDFEROUS KIMBERLITES FROM EASTERN DHARWAR CRATON, SOUTHERN INDIA: IMPLICATION FOR UNDERSTANDING THE NATURE OF MANTLE BELOW DHARWAR.
20 364 McInnes BIA1,2*, Evans NJ1,2, Jourdan F2, McDonald BJ1,2, Danišík, M3 and Mayers C1,2 ZIRCON U-TH-PB-HE DOUBLE-DATING OF NORTH AUSTRALIAN DIAMOND FIELDS: ELLENDALE (WA), SEPPELT (WA) AND MERLIN (NT)
21 366 Srivastava1* RK, Melluso L2, Petrone3 CM, Guarino2 V, Sinha2 AK EVOLUTION OF THE EARLY CRETACEOUS ALKALINE JASRA COMPLEX, SHILLONG PLATEAU, NORTHEASTERN INDIA
22 367 Smelov *AP and Zaitsev *AI THE AGE AND LOCALIZATION OF KIMBERLITE MAGMATISM IN THE YAKUTIAN KIMBERLITE PROVINCE - CONSTRAINTS FROM ISOTOPE GEOCHRONOLOGY
23 285 Brey*GP1, Luchs T1, Shu Q1, Lazarov M1, 2, Becker H 3 COMBINED TRACE ELEMENT, SM-ND, LU-HF- AND RE-OS STUDIES CONSTRAIN THE AGE, ORIGIN AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE KAAPVAAL SUBCRATONIC MANTLE
DIAMONDS
1 36 Smith* CB1, Bulanova GP1, Walter MJ1, Kohn SC1, Mikhail S2,3, Gobbo L4 ORIGIN OF DIAMONDS FROM THE DACHINE ULTRAMAFIC, FRENCH GUYANA
2 52 Mainkar* D1, Gupta T2, Patel SC2, Lehmann B3, Diwan P4, Kaminsky FV5, Khachatryan GK5 PHYSICAL AND INFRARED CHARACTERISTICS OF DIAMONDS FROM BEHRADIH KIMBERLITE, BASTAR CRATON, INDIA
3 65 Kriulina GY, Vasiliev EA, Garanin* VK, Garanin KV DIAMONDS STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS FROM DIFFERENT PETROCHEMICAL TYPES OF KIMBERLITES
4 89 Y. Weiss, I. Kiflawi, W.L. Griffin and O. Navon FLUID MICROINCLUSIONS IN MONOCRYSTALLINE DIAMONDS
5 95 Zhang *Z1, 2, Fedortchouk *Y1 DIAMOND DISSOLUTION IN THE MANTLE: LINKS WITH METASOMATISM
6 96  SkvortsovaVL*1, PetrovskyVA2, KriulinaGY1 “SHELLS” (IMPRINTS) OF DIAMOND IN KIMBERLITE
7 97 Smith* CB1, Bulanova GP1, Presser, J.L.B.2, DIAMONDS FROM CAPIIBARY, PARAGUAY
8 102 Smith EM1*, Kopylova MG1, Nowell GM2, Pearson DG3, Ryder J4, Afanasiev VP5, and Beeby, A2 THE CONTRAST IN TRACE ELEMENT CHEMISTRY AND VOLATILE COMPOSITION BETWEEN FLUID INCLUSIONS IN FIBROUS AND OCTAHEDRAL DIAMONDS
9 121 Chapman J.1*, De Corte K.2, Van Royen J.2, Willems B.2 FTIR FEATURES IN ARGYLE, DIAVIK AND MUROWA DIAMONDS
10 150 Hunt L.1*, Marcheggiani-Croden V.1, Stachel T.1, Muehlenbachs K.1 and Eichenberg D.2 POLYCRYSTALLINE AND FIBROUS DIAMONDS FROM THE DIAVIK DIAMOND MINE, CANADA
11 155 Bobrov*AV, Litvin YA and Ismailova LS DIAMOND-FORMING EFFICIENCY OF CHLORIDE-SILICATE-CARBONATE MELTS: THE ROLE OF CHLORIDES
12 161 Kriulina*GY, Makeyev AB METAL FILMS ON THE SURFASE AND IN THE INTERNAL STRUCTURE OF DIAMONDS FROM RUSSIAN AND WORLD DIAMONDIFEROUS PROVINCES
13 175 Kiflawi I, Weiss Y and Navon*O THE IR ABSORPTION SPECTRUM OF WATER IN MICROINCLUSIONS IN DIAMONDS
14 176 Rubanova a* EV, Griffina WL, Piazoloa S, O’Reillya SY, Stachelb T, Sternb R, Birniec AC GEOCHEMISTRY AND MICROSTRUCTURE OF DIAMONDITES
15 184 Hutchison*MT1, Dale CW, Nowell GM2 and Pearson DG3 AGE CONSTRAINTS ON ULTRA-DEEP MANTLE PETROLOGY SHOWN BY JUINA DIAMONDS
16 203 D.F.Wiggers de Vries*1, J.W. Harris2, D.G. Pearson3, G.R. Davies*1 RE-OS ISOTOPE CONSTRAINTS ON THE AGES OF DIAMONDS FROM MWADUI, TANZANIA
17 212 Gaillou* E, Shirey SB, Bulanova GP, Marks B, Smith CB, Wang J, Kohn SC, Walter MJ. SULFIDE INCLUSION RE-OS AGES AND CARBON, NITROGEN OF DIAMONDS FROM THE MUROWA KIMBERLITES: IMPLICATIONS FOR ZIMBABWE CRATON EVOLUTION
18 244 Yelisseyev AP, Afanasiev VP, Kopylova MG, Bulbak TA THE EFFECT OF METAMORPHIC ANNEALING AND BETAIRRADIATION IN OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF TYPE IaA DIAMONDS
19 228 Fedorova EN, Logvinova*AM, Mashkovtsev RI, Sobolev NV INTERNAL STRUCTURE AND COLOR OF THE NATURAL PLASTICALLY DEFORMED DIAMONDS FROM THE INTERNATSIONALNAYA KIMBERLITE PIPE (YAKUTIA)
20 242 Nestola F1, Nimis*P1 and Harris JW2 CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN DIAMOND AND ITS OLIVINE INCLUSIONS
21 271 Araújo*DP1 Silveira FV2, Weska RK2, Rachid F1, Neto FEB1, Ireland T4, Holden P4 and Gobbo L5 DIAMONDS FROM THE SÃO FRANCISCO AND AMAZON CRATONS, BRAZIL
22 189 Ben Hartea and Steve Richardson DIAMONDS FROM JUINA, BRAZIL, TRAK THE EVOLUTION OF A SUBDUCTED MANTLE.
23 51 Spetsius Z.V., Kovalchuck O.E. and Bogush I.N. PROPERTIES OF DIAMONDS IN XENOLITHS FROM KIMBERLITES OF YAKUTIA: IMPLICATION TO THEIR ORIGIN AND EXPLORATION
24 218 Bulanova* GP, Marks A., Smith CB, Kohn SC, Walter MJ, Gaillou E, Shirey SB. Trautman R. and Griffin B.J DIAMONDS FROM SESE AND MUROWA KIMBERLITES (ZIMBABWE)– EVIDENCE OF EXTREME PERIDOTITIC LITHOSPHERE DEPLETION AND Ti-REE METASOMATISM.
25 220 Bulanova GP.*, Wiggers de Vries DF., Beard A., Pearson DG., Mikhail S.5, Smelov AP., Davies GR. TWO-STAGE ORIGIN OF ECLOGITIC DIAMONDS RECORDED BY A SINGLE CRYSTAL FROM THE MIR PIPE (YAKUTIA)
DIAMOND EXPLORATION, MINING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENTS
1 21 Ustinov V.N. DIAMOND-BEARING TERRIGENOUS ROCKS: KEY ROLE IN PREDICTION AND EXPLORATION OF BURIED DEPOSITS
2 67 A. M.  Lyukhin The way of diamond placers of South-West Africa came into being
3 71 Davies* R and Davies AW KIMBERLITE INDICATOR MINERALS AND “LATERITE”, CANADIAN ARCTIC
4 79 Kupsch* BG and Armstrong JP EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY OF THE QILALUGAQ KIMBERLITES, RAE ISTHMUS, NUNAVUT, CANADA
5 103 Grütter HS*1, Gerdes A2, Marko L2 and Heaman LM3   U-PB GEOCHRONOLOGY OF PEROVSKITE AND ZIRCON FROM THE CHIGICHERLA KIMBERLITES, ANANTAPUR DISTRICT, INDIA
6 106 Nikiforova AYu NEW DATA ABOUT TYPOCHEMISM OF GARNETS FROM VARIOUS PRODUCTIVITY KIMBERLITES OF THE YAKUTIAN DIAMONDIFEROUS PROVINCE
7 108 Korobkov* IG, Novopashin AV, Evstratov AA VOLCANIC-TECTONIC STRUCTURES OF WESTERN YAKUTIA AND THEIR ROLE IN FORMATION OF HIGH-DIAMONDIFEROUS KIMBERLITES
8 109 Bessmertnyy* SF, Shishmarev RA STUDYING SPECIFIC FEATURES OF DALDYN-ALAKIT DIAMONDIFEROUS REGION CONSOLIDATED CRUST STRUCTURE ACCORDING TO REGIONAL SEISMIC DATA
BY CMP METHOD AND ELECTRICAL PROSPECTING
BY MT SOUNDING
9 113 de Bruin* D1 and Gräser P2 QUALITY CONTROL PROCEDURES APPLIED TO ROUTINE ELECTRON PROBE ANALYSES OF KIMBERLITE INDICATOR MINERALS
10 134 O’Brien* HE and Spencer RG LEMPHANE KIMBERLITE DIAMOND PROJECT: PETROLOGY UPDATE
11 136 Macdonald*AI and Napier S2 CHEMICAL AND TEXTURAL CHARACTERISATION OF NON-KIMBERLITIC CHROMIAN SPINEL POPULATIONS FROM DIAMOND EXPLORATION PROGRAMMES
12 162 Neilson* S1, Grütter H2, Pell J1, Grenon H1 THE EVOLUTION OF KIMBERLITE INDICATOR MINERAL INTERPRETATION ON THE CHIDLIAK PROJECT, BAFFIN ISLAND, NUNAVUT
13 165 Dyakonov DB, Garanin VK, Garanin*KV, Bushueva EB, Enalieva MA, Vvedensky ES SEARCHING FOR NEW DIAMOND DEPOSITS IN WESTERN LIBERIA
14 170 Armstrong JP1*, Fitzgerald C1, Kjarsgaard BA2, Heaman L3, Tappe S3 KIMBERLITES OF THE CORONATION GULF FIELD, NORTHERN SLAVE CRATON, NUNAVUT CANADA
15 182 Hutchison*MT DIAMOND EXPLORATION AND PROSPECTIVITY OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY OF AUSTRALIA
16 273 Weska* RK1, Brod JA2 , Dantas EL3, Araújo DP3 MINERAL CHEMISTRY OF GARNETS AND ILMENITES OF THE PEPPER-1 AND COSMOS-3 INTRUSIONS, ESPIGÃO D’OESTE, RONDÔNIA, BRAZIL
17 208 A.V. Bovkun, D.A. Varlamov, V.K. Garanin, A.V. Lapin OXIDES FROM GROUNDMASS ROCKS OF THE MAJHGAWAN PIPE (CENTRAL INDIA)
18 296 Silveira*FV1, Britto RS1, Matos L1 and Araujo DP2 DIAMANTE BRASIL PROJECT
19 300 McNulty*, WK and O’Brien, HE SEITAPERÄ GROUP II KIMBERLITE/OLIVINE LAMPROITE: LARGE 1200 MA DIAMONDIFEROUS PIPE IN KUHMO, EASTERN FINLAND
20 301 P. Strand (1), A. Banas (2), Jennifer Burgess (3), M. Baumgartner (4) TWO DISTINCT KIMBERLITE TYPES AT THE CHURCHILL DIAMOND PROJECT, NUNAVUT, CANADA
21 357 JANSE AJA DIAMOND PRODUCTION AND DISCOVERIES OVER THE LAST FIFTEEN YEARS
22 374 Castillo-Oliver* M, Galí S, Gonçalves AO, Melgarejo JC USE OF INDICATOR MINERALS IN DIAMOND EXPLORATION: A COMPARISON BETWEEN BARREN AND FERTILE KIMBERLITES IN ANGOLA