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2nd International Conference on Quaternary Sciences
Gorgan, Iran; 5 – 7 September 2021. 3 days
Conference Program
Day 1 Sunday, Sept. 5th 2021
11:00-11:30 (Iran Time) Opening Ceremony
Holy Quran and National anthem
Farhad Khormali, Scientific Secretary, Gorgan University of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
Ali Najafinejad, President, Gorgan University of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
Fariborz Gharib, President, Iranian Quaternary Association
Fahu Chen, Director, Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Manfred Frechen, Acting Director, Leibniz Institute for Applied Geophysics, Germany
Session 1: Climate Change and Extreme Events Conveners: Mahyar Mohtadi, Peter Ernest Wigand
Mohtadi Mahyar:Forcing and feedback mechanisms of rainfall on centennial to millennial timescales- 11:30-11:50
Wigand P., Zahabnazouri S.Can Past Holocene climates and environments be used as analogs for predicting future environmental responses to global warming. 11::50-12:10?
Azizi Ghasem:The Late Quaternary Environmental changes in Iran      12:12:30
Hou J., Li C., Wang M., Liu W.:Quantitative estimates of Holocene glacier meltwater variations on the Western Tibetan Plateau- 12:30-12:50
Soleimani M., Carolin S.A., Nadimi A., Spötl C.:Speleothems: a Quaternary archive of hydroclimate change in Iran 12:50-13:10
Safaierad R., Mahyar Mohtadi M., Zolitschka B., Yokoyama Y., Christoph Vogt Ch., Schefu B.E.: Massive dust plumes over West Asia during North Atlantic cold events revealed by a dust record from southeastern Iran- 13:30-13:50
Ma S., Li C., Xie T., Chen J., Chen F., Huang W.: Evaluation of the applicability of four global grid precipitation datasets in Iran and analysis of Iran’s modern precipitation features- 13:50-14:10
Lak R., Behbahani R.: Persian Gulf Holocene sedimentary environment based on two cores in shallow part of Bandar Abbas and Bushehr-14:10-14:30
Khosravichenar A., Fattahi M., Amini H., Suchodoletz H.V.: The potential of small mountain river systems for paleoenvironmental reconstructions in drylands – an example from the Binaloud Mountains in northeastern Iran-14:30-14:50
Akbari Azirani T.:Environmental Changes in Lakes of Iran in Anthropocene epoch (Case study: Gavkhuni Swamp)-14:50-15:10
Landscape evolution in the northeastern Iranian Plateau reconstructed from Late Pleistocene to Holocene sediment archives – a project outline
Büdel Ch.; Fuchs M., Baumhauer R.
Arctic Oscillation Modulates climate over Northeast Iran
Azarmdel H. et al.,
Paleoclimate and Palaeoenvironment of the Central Zagros (Case study; Hashilan marsh)
Rostami H., Azizi G., Darabi H., Richter T., Ruter A.H., Maleki S.
Climate Change and Extreme Events in Urmia Lake
Javan Kh., Khaledi Sh., Yahyavi A., Akbari Azirani T.
Clay mineralogy of the sediments in Sabzevar playa, NE Iran; implication for the late quaternary climate changes
Pourali M., Mahmudy Gharaie M.H., Sepehr A.
Climate changes and Evidences of dry and wet periods during the quaternary in central Iran
Sharifi Paichoon M.
A high-resolution paleoclimate record from SE Iran reveals extreme sensitivity of West Asia to temperature changes since the Little Ice Age
Safaierad R., Noorollahi D., Schefuß E., Zolitschka B., Yokoyama Y., Vogt Ch., Hahn A., Mohtadi M.
The increase in the organic matter in MIS2 and changes in water levels
Hosseinifard S.M., Azizi Gh., Rostami H., Zamanzadeh M.
Holocene moisture variation in West Asia recorded by Almalou Peatland
Chen S., Chen J., Hou J., Azarmdel H., Khormali F., Chen F.
Climate variability analysis for evolution effect over the Garmsar Alluvial fan, Based on field measurements
Zare Gh., Shayan S.
16:10-18:10 Session 2: Neotectonic and Active Faults Conveners: Mohammad Reza Ghasemi, Richard Walker
Luminescence dating overview; basics, sample collection to age determination.
Fattahi M.
Active faulting, earthquakes, and geomorphology of the Main Kopeh Dagh fault, Turkmenistan
Walker R., Begenjev G., Bezmendov Y., Dodds N., Grutzner C., Marshall N., Mousavi Z., Rhodes E.
Quaternary geology, active tectonics and urban development of the Tehran city
Ghassemi M.R., Salamat F.
Changing the motion of Ladar fault during Quaternary, Khur area, Central Iran
Ebrahim S., Nadimi A.
Active tectonics along the Khazar fault (Alborz, Iran)
Nazari H., Ritz J.F., Burg J.P., Shokri M.A., Haghipour N., Mohammadi Vizheh M., Avagyan A., Fazeli Nashli H., Ensani M.R., Maleki S.
Active tectonics of the Kalabagh Fault in Pakistan: implications from morphotectonics and luminescence dating
Abbas W., Zhang J., Tsukamoto S., Ali S., Frechen M., Reicherter K.
Monday, Sept. 6th 2021
Session 3: Human Dispersal and Adaptation Conveners: Hamed Vahdatinasab, Guanghui Dong  11:00-13:30
Middle Pleistocene Cave of Qaleh Kurd: the oldest human occupation in IRAN
Vahdati Nasab H., Berillon G.
Climate change and Silk Road civilization in the arid central Asia
Chen F., Chen J., Dong G., Huang W., Hou J., Wang T.
The Effects of the Southern Zagros Folded Zone on the Adaptive Strategies of the Late Pleistocene Human Occupations in Fars Province
Zeidi M.
The Caspian Sea shoreline climatic events during the Holocene Period and its relationship with the rise and fall of civilization
Fazeli Nashli H.Tomalsky.J.,
New evidence of Late Pleistocene hominin occupations in the Southern Caspian Sea Corridor
Ghasidian E., Ramzanpour H., Moradian M., Heydari-Guran S.
3-D Geometric Morphometrics in the Paleolithic Archaeology of Iran; The Northern Iranian Central Desert
Hashemi S.M., Vahdati Nasab H., Berillon G.
13:00-13:30           POSTER SESSION
Stages of loess accumulation of the multilayer Kulbulak Palaeolithic site (Uzbekistan)
Kurbanov R.N., Pavlenok K.K., Pavlenok G.D., Taratunina N.A.
The Paleolithic cave of Qaleh Kord (Qazvin, IRAN): geoarchaeological study by using micromorphology and physical-chemical analysis
Kharazian M.A., Antoine P., Bahainc J.J., Galletc X., Hashemi M., Jamet G., Puaud S. Vahdatinasab, H., Berillon, G.
Reconstruction of mid-Holocene human and environmental dynamics on the Varamin Plain
Busch R., Kirsten F., Schütt B., Bernbeck R., Pollock S., Rol N., Hessari M.
Asynchronocity of dietary transformation in different regions along the Bronze Age Eastern Silk Road
Ma M., Wei W., Wang Y., Dong J., Chen G., Sun F., Li H., Dong G.
The dating evidence for the earliest domesticated cattle and sheep/goats and pastoralism history in Gansu-Qinghai regions, NW China
Ren L., Qiu M., Yang Y., Chen G., Dong G.
Current status of Epipalaeolithic studies in South-Easter Caspian Sea
Shnaider S.V., Kurbanov R., Alisher kyzy S., Shangina M.V.
How did Humans Adapt in the Eastern Farming-pastoral zone during the Medieval Warm Period?
Xin Jia
The diffusion of animal husbandry in Eurasia and its influence on Hexi Corridor, NW China
Du L., Dong G. -
14:00-16:30 Session 4: Loess as a Quaternary Archive Conveners: Martin Kehl, Xin Wang
Aeolian records in the Southern Caspian Lowlands, Iran – an overview
Kehl M., Frechen M., Khormali F.
Early Pleistocene climate in north Iran and its correlation with Eastern Asia
Wang X., Khormali F., Wei H., Wang Q., Taheri M., Kehl M., Frechen M., Chen F.
Lower Volga loess-paleosol sequences
Kurbanov R., Murray А., Yanina T., Stevens T., Belyaev V., Makeev A., Lebedeva M., Taratunina N., Költringer C.
Taman loess-paleosol sequence: structure, age, genesis
Timireva S., Kononov Y.U, Sycheva S, Kurbanov R., Murray А., Taratunina N.
New data on the structure of the loess-soil series of Tajikistan
Meshcheryakova O.A., Kurbanov R., Sosin P.M.
Paleoclimate implications from grain-size analysis of loess-paleosol sequences from the Carpathian Basin
Novothny A., Országh T., Varga G., Barta G, Csonka D., Végh T., Horváth E.
16:00-16:30                           POSTER SESSION
Stratigraphy and Moisture Changes revealed from Iranian Loess-Paleosol in the Western Arid Central Asia since the Last Interglacial
Xie H., Wang X., Wang Q., Chen S., Hou J., Chen F.
Rock Magnetic records of Baluchabad Loess-Paleosol Sequences, Northern Iran
Amiri Z., Khormali F., Huxol J.D., Kehl M., Zeeden C., Rolf C., Frechen M.
Loess-paleosol sequence over 23,000 years ago in Gorgan
Maleki S., Azizi Gh., Khormali F., Kehl M., Frechen M., Shahbazi R., Rostami H.
Geochemical indicators of source area and weathering intensity for the loess-paleosol sequence of Neka-Abelou, Northern Iran
Maßon L., Kehl M., Opitz S., Khormali F.
Holocene moisture variations in western arid central Asia inferred from loess records from NE Iran
Wang Q., Chen J., Khormali F, Wang L., Xie H., Wang X., Huang W., Chen F.
Pedostratigraphy of the Kuban loess-paleosol sequences
Tokareva O., Timireva S., Kononov Yu., Lebedeva M., Kurbanov R., Meshcheryakova O., Taratunina N.
Application of landform planation index (LPI) in identifying planation surfaces and paleotopography of Gorgan loess plateau (northeast of Iran)
Latifi S.
17:00-19:00         Session 5: Soil formation on Quaternary Landforms Conveners: Alexander Makeev, Farhad Khormali
Pedogenetic response to climatic fluctuations within the last glacial-interglacial cycle in the Lower Volga basin
Makeev Alexander
Toward the understanding of (post)pedogenic processes behind the peaks and lows of commonly used climate proxies
Horváth E., Bradák B., Szeberényi J., Csonka D., Végh T., Novothny Á.
Modern pedogenesis on loess along a climate gradient in Northern Iran
Khormali F., Kehl M., Frechen M.
Influence of the composition and properties of Khvalynsk deposits on the evolution of soils and soil cover in the north-western part of the Caspian Lowland (based on the results of mineralogical and micromorphological studies)
Lebedeva M.P., Romanis T.V., Varlamov E.B., Churilin N.A., Makeev A.
Pedogenesis- a likely process to explain the magnetic properties of the of the Late Pleistocene loess-paleosol sequence at Chenarli, northeastern Iran
Ghafarpour A., Khormali F., Rolf Ch., Tazikeh H., Kehl M., Frechen M., Zeeden Ch.
Pedostratigraphy of the Kuban loess-paleosol sequences
Tokareva O, Lebedeva M., Timireva S, Kononov Yu., Taratunina N., Kurbanov R.
Mineralogical and geochemical characteristics of vesicular horizons of desert soils in the Rayen region-Kerman
Rafieisarbijan H.R., Jafari A., Heidari A., Abbasnejad A.
Day 3 Tuesday, Sept. 7th 2021
11:00-13:00 Session 6: Quaternary Evolution of the Caspian Sea and its Basin Conveners: Hamid Alizade Lahijani, Recep Kurbanov
The Holocene events in the Caspian Sea
Yanina T., Sorokin V., Romanyuk B.
Impact of Climate change and Caspian Sea level fall on decline of Gorgan Bay
Lahijani H., Azizpour J., Abtahi B., Rhanama R., Hamzehpour A., Ghafarian P., Gholami S., Mohammadpour M.R.
Structure and chronology of the Chocolate clays facies of the Lower Volga
Kurbanov R., Murray А., Yanina T.
The role of the aeolian factor in the formation of the landforms of the Lower Volga region
Lobacheva D., Badyukova Ye.
Development of cryogenic processes as a factor in the loess formation in the Lower Volga valley
Taratunina N.A., Kurbanov R.N., Rogov V.V., Yanina T.A.
12:40-13:00 POSTER SESSION
Southeast Caspian coast evolution during Holocene
Badyukova Ye.
Age of the Khvalynian Strait in the Late Pleistocene History of the Manych Depression
Semikolennykh D., Kurbanov R., Murray А., Yanina T.
Luminescence chronology of the great Khvalynian transgression from the Kosika section (Lower Volga)
Kurbanov R., Murray А., Yanina T., Butuzova Ye.
13:30-16:10 Session 7: Natural hazards (earthquakes, landslides, sinkholes and …) Convener: Reza Shahbazi
Climate change and its footprint on the geohazard amplification in Iran.
Shahbazi Reza
The analysis of Meteorological Parameters Influencing dust Genesis over the Middle East
Rahnama M., Sehatkashani S., Karami S., Attarchi S
The spatial and possess analyses of piping and gully head erosions using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) images
Kariminejad N., Hosseinalizadeh M., Pourghasemi H.R., Rossi M., Ownegh M.
Subsurface erosion by soil piping – significance and consequences
Bernatek-Jakiel Anita
Geohazard aspects of Quaternary faulting within Tehran Region, NNW of Iran
Solaymani Azad Shahryar
Living on Quaternary Faults in Iran; High exposure problem in Earthquake Risk
Zare Mehdi
Soil erosion and its trend in Iran by comparing several case studies
Rezaei Khalil 15:50-.
15:50-16:10 POSTER SESSION
An overview of the Applications of Advanced Tools in Natural Hazard Studies in Iran
Kornejady A., Golijirandeh A., Alizadeh H., Samadi M., Karimi M., Alizadeh A., Haghanishirazi M., Abolhasani H., Hosseinalizadeh M.
Soil Erosion Susceptibility Mapping Using GIS and AHP Case Study Kalat-e-Naderi, Northeast Iran
Nokhandan F., Horváth E.
The effect of flood on soil degradation in Gorganrud River Basin
Mirzaeirad H., Kiani F., Khormali F., Najafinejad A.
16:10-16:40 Closing Ceremony

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