|Tuesday May 30th|
|09:00||Welcome||Jan Sverre Laberg|
|09:15||Keynote: AFT data as a method for constraining pattern and timing of regional uplift & erosion and variation of the geothermal gradient in the Barents Sea||Bart W.H. Hendriks|
|09:45||Caprock efficiency and hydrocarbon columns of discoveries in an uplifted petroleum province: the Norwegian Barents Sea||Matthieu Angeli|
|10:15||The Cenozoic pre-glacial tectono-sedimentary development of the western Barents Sea margin: implications for uplift and erosion of the sediment source areas||Amando Lasabuda|
|Shallow cores northwest of Bjørnøya along the Barents Sea Margin – results and implications||
|11:30||Keynote:The Cenozoic evolution and sedimentary successions of the southwestern Eurasian Basin and the northern Svalbard / Barents Sea continental margin||Wolfram H. Geissler|
|13:00||Keynote: The coupled West Spitsbergen fold-and-thrust-belt - Central Tertiary Basin source-to-sink system||William Helland-Hansen|
|13:30||Turbidites in the Eocene of Spitsbergen: can they tell us something about the Sørvestsnaget Basin?||Sten-Andreas Grundvåg|
|14:00||An underexplored method for determination of palaeotemperature and burial depth.||
|15:00||Variation in stacking style of delta-estuary couplets and associated deep-marine fans; an example from the Eocene Central Basin of Spitsbergen||Atle Folkestad|
|15:30||The ghost of Paleogene – what can shallow stratigraphic cores south and northeast of Svalbard tell?||Stig Morten Knutsen|
|16:00||The effects of uplift on an expelling source rock – an experiment with relevance to the Barents Sea||Jon-Halvard Pedersen|
|16:30||Cenozoic uplift and erosion of the SW Barents Sea area – present status||Jan Sverre Laberg|
|1||Relation between seismicity and tectonic structures offshore and onshore Nordland, northern Norway||Lindholm, C., Janutyte, I.
& Olesen, O.
|2||Modelling sub-ice topography of Nordaustlandet, Svalbard with potential field methods||Dumais M-A., Brönner M.,
Johansen S.E., & Smelror M.
|3||Impact of Pleistocene sediment redistribution and ice-sheet loading on hydrocarbon traps in the southwestern Barents Sea||Krzysztof Jan Zieba, Arnt Grøver|