10 IKC SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME
Sl.No. Abstract ID Authors Title Time Session #
DAY - 1 DIAMOND MINING AND EVALUATION  CHAIR: HERMAN GRUTTER
1 166 Wood* BD, Rameseder B and Scott Smith BH THE VICTOR DIAMOND MINE, NORTHERN ONTARIO, CANADA:
SUCCESSFUL MINING OF A RELIABLE RESOURCE
9.00 1
2 236 Harder M*, Nowickia TE, Hetmana CM, Freeman BL, Abedub B GEOLOGY AND EVALUATION OF THE K2 KIMBERLITE, KOIDU MINE, SIERRA LEONE, WEST AFRICA 9.20
3 31 MuntenerC* and Scott Smith BH ECONOMIC GEOLOGY OF RENARD 3, QUEBEC, CANADA:
A DIAMONDIFEROUS, MULTI-PHASE PIPE INFILLED WITHHYPABYSSAL AND TUFFISITIC KIMBERLITE
9.40
4 222 Harvey S, Read G, DesGagnes B, Shimell M, Danoczi J, Van Breugel B, Fourie L, and Stilling A UTILIZATION OF OLIVINE MACROCRYST GRAIN SIZE AND ABUNDANCE DATA AS A PROXY FOR DIAMOND SIZE AND GRADE IN PYROCLASTIC DEPOSITS OF THE ORION SOUTH KIMBERLITE, FORT À LA CORNE, SASKATCHEWAN, CANADA 10.00
5 30 Tania R Marshall EVALUATION AND VALUATION OF ALLUVIAL DIAMOND DEPOSITS 10.20
BREAK - 30 MINUTES 10.40 – 11.10
CHAIR: N.V.CHALAPATHI RAO 2
6 29 Fowler* JA, Biscaye, E and Metatawabin SHA DIAMOND MINING AND SUSTAINABILITY AT DE BEERS' CANADIAN MINES 11.10
7 266 Scott Smith BH*, Nowickib TE, Russellc JK, Webbb KJ, Mitchelld RH, Hetmane CM, Harderf M, Skinnerg EMW and Robeyh JV KIMBERLITE TERMINOLOGY AND CLASSIFICATION 11.30
      KIMBERLITE GEOLOGY AND EMPLACEMENT    
8 278 Gernon TM*, Ogilvie Harris RC, Sparks RSJ, Field M EMPLACEMENT OF THE SNAP LAKE KIMBERLITE INTRUSION, NW TERRITORIES, ARCTIC CANADA 11.50
9 99 Porritt L A.*, Russell J.K, McLean, H, Fomradas G, Eichenberg D GEOLOGY AND VOLCANOLOGY OF THE A418 KIMBERLITE PIPE, NWT, CANADA 12.10
10 137 Ogilvie-Harris RC, Field M, Brooker RA, Walter MJ, and Sparks RSJ THE PETROLOGY OF AK6, BOTSWANA: IMPLICATIONS OF VOLCANIC AND IGNEOUS PROCESSES 12.30
LUNCH BREAK 12.50-14.00
CHAIR: BRUCE KJARSGAARD 3
11 22 Howarth GH and Skinner E M.W SUB-VOLCANIC DEVELOPMENT OF EMBRYONIC KIMBERLITE PIPES: EVIDENCE FROM THE LACE AND VOORSPOED GROUP II KIMBERLITES, SOUTH AFRICA 14.00
12 154 Russell JK *, Porritt LA, Lavallée, Y, and Dingwell D KIMBERLITE ASCENT BY ASSIMILATION-FUELED BUOYANCY 14.20
13 368 Sparks R.S.J, Buisman I, Brooker R, Brown RJ, Field M, Gernon T, Kavanagh J, Olgivie-Harris R and Schumacher JC DYNAMICS OF KIMBERLITE MAGMA ASCENT, INTRUSION AND ERUPTION 14.40
14 248 Brown *RJ, Manya S, Buisman I, Sparks RSJ, Field M, Stuart FM Fontana G PHYSICAL VOLCANOLOGY, GEOMORPHOLOGY, AND COSMOGENIC 3HE DATING OF THE YOUNGEST KIMBERLITE VOLCANOES ON EARTH (THE HOLOCENE IGWISI HILLS VOLCANOES, TANZANIA 15.00
POSTERS 15.20 – 17.30
Dinner at Bangalore Club 19.00
DAY - 2 DIAMOND EXPLORATION CHAIR: TOM NOWICKI 4
1 42 Jelsma H*, Krishnan U, Perritt S, Kumar M, Preston, R, Winter F, Lemotlo L, Costa J, Van Der Linde G, Facatino M, Posser A, Wallace C, Henning A, Joy S, Chinn I, Armstrong R, Phillips D KIMBERLITES FROM CENTRAL ANGOLA: A CASE STUDY OF EXPLORATION FINDINGS 9.00
2 250 Barnett W, Jelsma H, Watkeys M, Freeman HOW STRUCTURE AND STRESS INFLUENCE THE LOCATION OF KIMBERLITES 9.20
3 40 Pell J*, Grütter H, Grenon H, Dempsey S, and Neilson S EXPLORATION AND DISCOVERY OF THE CHIDLIAK KIMBERLITE PROVINCE, BAFFIN ISLAND, NUNAVUT: CANADA’S NEWEST DIAMOND DISTRICT 9.40
4 58 N. Januszczak, Seller M.H, Kurszlaukis S, Murphy C, Delgaty J, Tappe S, Ali K, Zhu J, and Ellemers P A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO THE ATTAWAPISKAT KIMBERLITE FIELD, CANADA: ACCELERATING THE DISCOVERY TO PRODUCTION PIPELINE 10.00
5 53 Pokhilenko NP, Afanasiev VP, McDonald JA, Vavilov MA, Kuligin SS, Pokhilenko LN, Golovin AV, Agashev AM KIMBERLITE INDICATOR MINERALS IN TERRIGENE SEDIMENTS OF LOWER PART OF MACKENZIE RIWER BASIN, NWT, CANADA: EVIDENCE OF NEW CRATON WITH THICK LITHOSPHERE 10.20
BREAK 30 MINUTES 10.40 – 11.10
CHAIR: JENNIFER PELL 5
6 45 Suryanarayana Rao KV *, Kumar C, Kumar A, Nandish V and Swamy RT LAMPROITES FROM THE EASTERN MARGIN OF THE BHANDARA CRATON, ORISSA, INDIA: AN EXPLORATION CASE STUDY 11.10
7 347 Vani T*, Naga Lakshmi V, Ramakrishnarao M.V, Randy Keller G and Subbarao K.V INTEGRATION OF GEOPHYSICAL AND GEOLOGICAL DATA OF KIMBERLITES IN NARAYANAPET –MADDUR FIELD, ANDHRA PRADESH, INDIA 11.30
8 289 Lynn Michael*, Joy Sojen and Preston Robin THE GEOLOGY AND GEOCHEMISTRY OF THE WADAGERA KIMBERLITE AND THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE UNDERLYING SUBCONTINENTAL LITHOSPHERIC MANTLE, DHARWAR CRATON, INDIA 11.50
9 338 Das J.N, Korkoppa M.M, Fareeduddin S, Shivanna J.K, Srivastava and Gera N.L TUFFISITIC KIMBERLITE FROM EASTERN DHARWAR CRFATON, UNDRALDODDI AREA, RAICHUR DISTRICT,KARNATAKA, INDIA 12.10
10 223 Daniels LRM, De Bruin D and Smuts JC EXPLORATION FOR CONCEALED KIMBERLITES IN BOTSWANA WITH TRACE ELEMENT SOIL GEOCHEMISTRY 12.30
LUNCH BREAK 12.50-14.00
CHAIR: S. C.PATEL 6
11 275 Afanasiev V.P, Pokhilenko N.P ABRASION OF DIAMOND: AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY AND FIELD EVIDENCE 14.00
12 261 De Souza HAF, Fedikow MAF, Ryder J, Turner N, Halliday M APPLICATION OF WEAK LEACHES IN KIMBERLITE EXPLORATION 14.20
13 285 KJARSGAARD B.A, MATHER K, PEARSON D.G, JACKSON S, CRABTREE D and CREIGHTON S CR-DIOPSIDE AND CR-PYROPE XENOCRYST THERMOBAROMETRY REVISITED: APPLICATIONS TO LITHOSPHERE STUDIES AND DIAMOND EXPLORATION 14.40
14 192 Fedortchouk Y*, Hilchie L, and McIsaac E DIAMOND SURVIVAL IN KIMBERLITE MAGMA: THE IMPORTANCE OF FLUID 15.00
POSTERS 15.20 – 17.30
  Dinner at Century Club   19.00
DAY-3 DIAMONDS CHAIR: JOHN GURNEY AND CHRIS SMITH 7
1 190 Ben Harte MINRAL ASSOCIATIONS IN DIAMONDS FROM THE LOWERMOST UPPER MANTLE 9.00
2 38 Aulbach S*, Stachel T, Heaman LM, Creaser RA, Seitz HM, Shirey SB DIAMOND FORMATION IN THE SLAB AND MANTLE WEDGE: EXAMPLES FROM THE SLAVE CRATON 9.20
3 346 Ravi S*, Sufija MV, Patel SC, Gupta T, Sridhar M, Kaminsky FV, Khachatryan GK, Netravali SV DIAMONDS FROM THE EASTERN DHARWAR CRATON, INDIA: THEIR PHYSICAL AND INFRARED CHARACTERISTICS 9.40
4 160 Kopylova MG*, Miller C, Afanasiev VP, Bruce L, Thurston P, Ryder J KIMBERLITE-DERIVED HARZBUGITIC DIAMONDS FROM A >2.7 GA SOUTHERN SUPERIOR PROTOCRATON 10.00
5 240 Cartigny P, Harris JW ECLOGITIC AND PERIDOTITIC DIAMOND FORMATION (KIMBERLEY POOL KIMBERLITES, SOUTH AFRICA) AS EVIDENCED FROM C-, N- STABLE ISOTOPE : A MAIN MANTLE-DERIVED SOURCE 10.20
6 68 PALOT M*, PEARSON DG, STERN R, STACHEL T, HARRIS JW MULTIPLE GROWTH EVENTS, PROCESSES AND FLUID SOURCES INVOLVED IN THE GROWTH OF DIAMONDS FROM FINSCH MINE, RSA: A MICRO-ANALYTICAL STUDY 10.40
BREAK 30 MINUTES 11.00 – 11.30
CHAIR: JEFF HARRIS AND FELIX KAMINSKY 8
7 198 Araújo DP*, Bulanova GP, Walter MJ, Kohn SC, Smith CB, Gaspar JC and Wang JUINA-5 KIMBERLITE (BRAZIL): A SOURCE OF UNIQUE LOWER MANTLE DIAMONDS 11.30
8 133 Kriulina G.Y*, Kyazimov V O, Vasiliev E.A, Matveeva O.P NEW DATA ON THE STRUCTURE OF THE CUBIC HABIT DIAMONDS FROM THE M.V. LOMONOSOV DIAMONDS DEPOSIT (ARCHANGELSK DIAMONDIFEROUS PROVINCE, RUSSIA) 11.50
9 183 Logvinova À.Ì, Wirth R, Sobolev N.V, and Taylor L.A MULTI-PHASE, SUB-MICROMETER SILICATE, SULFIDE & FLUID INCLUSIONS IN DIAMONDS: EXPRESSIONS OF METASOMATISM EVIDENCED IN PERIDOTITES AND ECLOGITES 12.10
10 123 Gurney J J and Helmstaedt H H TYPE IIA DIAMONDS AND THEIR ENHANCED ECONOMIC SIGNIFICANCE 12.30
11 174 Navon O, Griffin W.L and Weiss Y TABLES VS. "BENCHES": TRACE ELEMENTS IN FIBROUS DIAMONDS 12.50
12 221 Shirey SB* and Richardson SH EVIDENCE FROM INCLUSIONS IN DIAMONDS FOR 3 GA ONSET OF THE SUPERCONTINENT CYCLE: IMPLICATIONS FOR GEODYNAMICS AND DIAMOND FORMATION 13.10
      PHOTO SESSION 13.30
LUNCH 
FREE AFTERNOON OR POSTERS
14.00
DAY-4 ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION OF KIMBERLITES AND LAMPROITES CHAIR: SEBASTIAN TAPPE 9
1 93 Roger H. Mitchell OXYGEN ISOTOPE STUDIES OF SERPENTINE IN KIMBERLITE 9.00
2 72 Sarkar* C, Storey CD, Hawkesworth CJ and Sparks RSJ TRACE ELEMENT AND ISOTOPE GEOCHEMISTRY OF PEROVSKITE FROM KIMBERLITES OF SOUTHERN AFRICA 9.20
3 129 Sharygin IS , Litasov KD, Shatskiy A* , Golovin AV , Ohtani E2, Pokhilenko NP MELTING PHASE RELATIONS OF CHLORINE-BEARING KIMBERLITE AT 2.1-6.5 GPA AND 900-1500OÑ 9.40
4 84 Kostrovitsky SI*, Kopylova MG, Egorov KN, Yakovlev DA, Kalashnikova TV, Sandimirova GP THE "EXCEPTIONALLY FRESH" UDACHANAYA-EAST KIMBERLITE: EVIDENCE FOR BRINE AND EVAPORITE CONTAMINATION 10.00
5 66 Patterson M.V* and Francis D THE CARBONATITIC CHARACTER OF KIMBERLITE MAGMA 10.20
BREAK 30 MINUTES 10.40 – 11.10
CHAIR: STEVE SPARK 10
6 47 Tappe S, Nowell G.M, Kurszlaukis S, and Kjarsgaard B.A LARGE IGNEOUS PROVINCES AND KIMBERLITES? ORIGIN OF THE DIAMONDIFEROUS AMON KIMBERLITES, BAFFIN ISLAND, ARCTIC CANADA 11.10
7 359 Chalapathi Rao N.V *, Lehmann B, Belousova E, Frei D, and Mainkar D PETROLOGY, BULK-ROCK GEOCHEMISTRY, INDICATOR MINERAL COMPOSITION, AND ZIRCON U-PB GEOCHRONOLOGY OF THE END-CRETACEOUS DIAMONDIFEROUS MAINPUR ORANGEITES, BASTAR CRATON, CENTRAL INDIA 11.30
8 32 Sahu N*, Gupta T, Patel SC, Khuntia DBK, Thakur SS and Das SK PETROLOGY OF LAMPROITES FROM THE NUAPADA LAMPROITE FIELD, BASTAR CRATON, INDIA 11.50
9 104 Phillips D, Clarke W and Jaques, A.L NEW 40AR/39AR AGES FOR THE WEST KIMBERLEY LAMPROITES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR AUSTRALIAN PLATE GEODYNAMICS 12.10
10 115 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 12.30
LUNCH BREAK  12.50-14.00
MANTLE METASOMATISM (Continued) CHAIR: BARRY DAWSON 11
11 91 Golovin A.V, Sharygin I.S, Korsakov A.V and Pokhilenko N.P CAN BE PARENTAL KIMBERLITE MELTS ALKALI-CARBONATE LIQUIDS: RESULTS INVESTIGATIONS COMPOSITION MELT INCLUSIONS IN MANTLE XENOLITHS FROM KIMBERLITES 14.00
12 87 Weiss Y, Griffin W.L, Bell D.R and Navon O HIGH-MG CARBONATITIC HDFS, KIMBERLITES AND THE SCLM 14.20
13 148 Schmidt M.W, Rohrbach A, Gao C, Connolly J.A.D THE ROLE OF REDOX EQUILIBRIA DURING CARBON TRANSFER IN THE MANTLE AND THE STABILITY OF CARBIDES IN THE MANTLE 14.40
14 110 Giuliani A, Kamenetsky V S, Phillips D, Wyatt B A and Hutchinson G ALKALI-CARBONATE FLUIDS IN THE LITHOSPHERIC MANTLE 15.00
15 81 Kiseeva ES, Litasov KD, YaxleyGM, OhtaniE, Kamenetsky VS PHASE RELATIONS OF ECLOGITE + 4.4% CO2 AT 9-21 GPA: IMPLICATIONS FOR DIAMOND FORMATION IN THE DEEP MANTLE 15.20
16 37 Patel SC*, Ravi S and Thakur SS MARID-TYPE XENOLITHS IN PROTEROZOIC KIMBERLITES FROM SOUTHERN INDIA: IMPLICATIONS ON MANTLE METASOMATISM 15.40
POSTERS 16.00 – 17.30
DAY-5 MANTLE METASOMATISM (Continued) CHAIR: GRAHAM PEARSON 12
1 70 Smit KV*, Stachel T and Seller M CONSTRAINTS ON COMPOSITION OF POSSIBLE DIAMONDBEARING LITHOSPHERE AS SAMPLED BY THE VICTOR KIMBERLITE 9.00
2 28 Pokhilenko LN, Alifirova TA THE ALKALINE MINERALS FROM THE MANTLE XENOLITHS OF KIMBERLITE PIPES OF YAKUTIA 9.20
3 291 De Bruin D, Barton E and Simoneti A THE SR-ISOTOPE COMPOSITIONS OF CLINOPYROXENE MEGACRYSTS DETERMINED BY ICP-MS-LA FROM LOCALITIES ACROSS THE KAAPVAAL CRATON THROUGH THE AGES 9.40
CRATONS
4 24 Dawson JB, and Lock NP CONTRASTING PERIDOTITE XENOLITH SUITES FROM THE LETSENG KIMBERLITES.: INFERENCES FOR THE LESOTHO MANTLE 10.00
5 138 Davies R* and Davies AW ZONE OF ANOMALOUS MANTLE 10.20
BREAK 30 MINUTES 10.40 – 11.10
CHAIR: ROBERTA RUDINICK 13
6 64 Pivin M*, Debaille V, Mattielli N, Demaiffe D ND - HF ISOTOPE SYSTEMATICS OF MEGACRYSTS FROM THE MBUJI-MAYI KIMBERLITES, D. R. CONGO: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE COMPOSITION OF THE CRATONIC LITHOSPHERIC MANTLE 11.10
7 90 Van der Meer Q.H.A, Klaver M, Reisberg L, Davies G.R * THE AGE AND ORIGIN OF THE LIMPOPO (SOUTH AFRICA) SUBCONTINENTAL LITHOSPHERIC MANTLE 11.30
8 238 Smart K. A, Chacko T, Stachel T, Tappe S, Muehlenbachs K, Ickert R.B and Stern R.A JERICHO ECLOGITE FORMATION REVEALED BY DIAMOND INCLUSIONS: OCEANIC ORIGIN WITHOUT CRUSTAL SIGNATURE? 11.50
9 152 Hunt L.*, Stachel T., Pearson D.G., Jackson S., McLean H. and Kjarsgaard B THE ORIGIN OF WEBSTERITES AT DIAVIK DIAMOND MINE, CANADA, AND THE RELATIONSHIP TO DIAMOND GROWTH 12.10
10 173 Malkovets VG*, Griffin WL, Pearson NJ, Rezvukhin DI, O'Reilly SY, Pokhilenko NP, Garanin VK, Spetsius ZV, Litasov KD LATE METASOMATIC ADDITION OF GARNET TO THE SCLM: OS-ISOTOPE EVIDENCE 12.30
LUNCH BREAK 12.50-14.00
CHAIR: HERB HELMSTEADT 14
11 351 Meulemans T J , Borst A M, Davidheiser B, Davies G R* THE ORIGIN AND MODIFICATION OF THE SUB CONTINENTAL LITHOSPHERIC MANTLE OF BOTSWANA: CONSTRAINTS FROM PERIDOTITE XENOLITHS OF THE ORAPA MINE  14.00
12 48 Alifirova TA*, Pokhilenko LN, Malkovets VG and Griffin WL PETROLOGICAL INFERENCES FOR THE ROLE OF EXSOLUTION IN UPPER MANTLE: EVIDENCE FROM THE YAKUTIAN KIMBERLITE XENOLITHS 14.20
13 199 Dymshits AM, Bindi L, Bobrov AV, Litasov KD, Shatskiy AF, Ohtani E, Litvin YuA SODIUM MAJORITE AND ITS PYROPE SOLID SOLUTIONS: HIGH PRESSURE EXPERIMENT AND CRYSTAL-CHEMICAL IMPLICATIONS 14.40
14 207 RICHES A J V*, PEARSON D G, STERN R A, ICKERT R B, Kjarsgaard B A., Jackson S E, and ISHIKAWA A MULTI-STAGE METASOMATISM OF A ROBERTS VICTOR ECLOGITE LINKED TO THE FORMATION AND DESTRUCTION OF DIAMOND 15.00
15 232 Rosenthal A*, Green DH, Kovács I, Hibberson WO, Yaxley, GM, Brink, F EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE ROLE OF WATER IN THE UPPERMOST MANTLE 15.20
BREAK 30 MINUTES 15.40
CHAIR: BEN HARTE 15
16 149 Samsonov AV*, Tretyachenko VV, Nosova A A, Larionova YuO, Lepekhina EN, Larionov AN, Ipatieva IS SUTURES IN THE EARLY PRECAMBRIAN CRUST AS A FACTOR RESPONSIBLE FOR LOCALIZATION OF DIAMONDIFEROUS KIMBERLITES IN THE NORTHERN EAST EUROPEAN PLATFORM 16.00
17 78 Helmstaedt H.H TECTONIC RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN CRATONIC AND ULTRA-HIGH PRESSURE (UHP) DIAMOND - IMPLICATIONS FOR CRATON FORMATION AND STABILIZATION 16.20
18 8 Roberta L. Rudnick and Claude Herzberg ORIGIN OF ARCHEAN CRATONS BY DIAPIRIC ASCENT OF FOUNDERED SHALLOW RESIDUES 16.40
19 253 Pearson DG , Mather KA, Ishikawa A, Kjarsgaard B A ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION OF CRATONIC ROOTS 17.00
FINISH 17.20
Dinner at Sheraton Bangalore 19.00