IX All-Russian Scientific Conference with international participation
named after V.V. Zaykov
“GEOARCHAEOLOGY AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL MINERALOGY–2022”
September, 19–22, 2022, Miass
Organizers: South Urals Federal Research Center of Mineralogy and Geoecology UB RAS
South Ural State Humanitarian and Pedagogical University
South Ural State University
IX All-Russian Scientific Conference with international participation “Geoarchaeology and Archaeological Mineralogy–2022” is devoted to the problems of archaeometry and the experience of applying the methods of geology, mineralogy and other natural sciences for archaeology. The conference is held both in person and remotely (pre-recorded videos clip or a live via Zoom). Materials from previous conferences (pdf-files of papers, presentations, videos) are available at https://meetings.chelscience.ru/geoarcheology/.
Topics of the Conference:
1. General Issues of Archaeometry and Archaeological Mineralogy
2. Mineralogical and Geochemical Methods for Investigation of Archaeological Objects and Artifacts
3. Mining of Ores and Minerals in Antiquity
4. The Use of Rocks by Ancient Societies
5. Archaeometallurgy and Metalworking
6. Geographic Information Systems in Geoarchaeology
1. September 19–21 – registration, conference sessions (oral (15 min) and poster (5 min) presentations);
2. September 21 – visit the analytical laboratories of SU FRC MG UB RAS and the Natural Science Museum of the Ilmensky State Reserve;
3. September 22 – field trip.
From 2019, after Conference we collect the extended abstracts for Springer “Geoarchaeology and Archaeological Mineralogy. Proceedings of Geoarchaeological Conference, Miass, Russia” in the “Springer Proceedings in Earth and Environmental Sciences” Series. The Proceedings are indexed in Scopus.
Abstracts and registration forms (for new participants) are accepted until July 15, 2022 by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. They are reviewed by the Editorial Board and may be sent to the authors for revision.
The abstract should not exceed 5 pages including figures (not more than 2), tables (not more than 2) and bibliography (preferably not more than 10 references). Only the e-mail of the corresponding author should be given in the affiliation. An abstract of not more than ? page is placed before the text of the thesis in Russian and English.
Text MS Word, single spaced, without hyphenation, alignment to width, paragraph 1 cm, Times New Roman 12 pt, margins are 2 cm. Dots (not commas) are used in decimals. Abstract file should be named by the surname of the corresponding author (e.g., Ivanov_text.doc). Tables should be placed in the text with references to them. The size of the table should not exceed 14?29 cm. Notes should be placed under the tables.
Figures (in printed book are black-and-white, in e-book – colorfull) should be placed in separate files with *tiff and resolution not less than 300 dpi, references to them should be placed in the text. Files should be signed with author’s surname and number of figure (e.g., Ivanov_ris2). Figure size (including captions) should not exceed 14?29 cm. Please do not insert figures into the text! The captions are given at the end of the abstract after the list of references. If only one figure/table is given, it should be not numbered.
References should be given in square brackets by the surname of the author(s), without initials, and the year with a semicolon (the surnames of one or two authors are indicated, if they are 3 or more, only the first author, etc.): [Ivanov, 2020]; [Ivanov & Petrov, 2020]; [Ivanov et al., 2020]. The list of references is given in alphabetical order at the end of the text (Russian-language sources precede English-language ones); all authors of articles/monographs and names of journals should be given. E-references should be indicated as URL. Please do not use linked references and automatic numbering.
1. Surname, first name (in Russian and English), date of birth
2. Affiliation (official name and address), position; for students/postgraduate students: HEI/other educational institution, course of study, department/laboratory, postal address of HEI with city zip code
3. Academic degree, title
4. Title (in Russian and English) and preferred form of presentation (oral/poster)
5. E-mail, phone number; postal address with city zip code
EXAMPLE OF ABSTRACT
N.N. Ankusheva1, M.E. Romanenko2
N.N. Ankusheva, M.E. Romanenko
1Institute of Mineralogy SU FRC MG UB RAS, Miass, email@example.com
2South Ural State University, Miass
The Use of Ores from Arkaim Paleovolcano (Southern Urals) in Antiquity
Text of the abstract with references [Fehr, 1989; Veizer et al., 1999; Interpretation…, 2001; Simonov et al., 2006], references to figures (Fig.) and tables (Table).
This work was supported by grant XXX.
Interpretation of geochemical data: tutorial / ed. by E.V. Sklyarov. Moscow: Intermet Engineering, 2001. 288 p.
Simonov V.A., Kovyazin S.V., Terenya E.O. Physical and chemical parameters of magmatic and hydrothermal processes at the pyrite deposit Yaman-Kasa, South Urals // Geology of ore deposits. 2006. V. 48. № 5. P. 423–438.
Fehr G. Fundamentals of isotope geology. Moscow: Mir, 1989. 590 p.
Veizer J., Ala D., Azmy K., Bruckschen P. 87Sr/86Sr, ?13C and ?18O evolution of Phanerozoic seawater // Chemical Geology. 1999. Vol. 161(1). P. 59–88.
Fig. Scheme of the geological structure of the Arkaim paleovolcano.
Postal address: 456317, Chelyabinsk region, Miass Ilmensky Reserve, South Ural Federal Research Center of Mineralogy and Geoecology, Ural Branch of RAS.
Phones: +79026025647 – Natalia Ankusheva (abstracts);
+79507240277 – Maxim Ankushev (arrival and accommodation).
Organizing Committee of the IX All-Russian Scientific Conference with
international participation “Geoarchaeology and Archaeological Mineralogy–2022”.
Anatoly Yuminov, PhD, SU FRC MG UB RAS, SUSU, Miass, Chairman
Maxim Ankushev, PhD, SU FRC MG UB RAS, Miass, Vice-Chairman
Elizaveta V. Zaykova, PhD, SU FRC MG UB RAS, Miass, Scientific Supervisor
Natalia Ankusheva, PhD, SU FRC MG UB RAS, SUSU, Miass, Secretary
Irina P. Alaeva, PhD in History, SUSPU, Chelyabinsk
Polina Ankusheva, PhD in History, SUSPU, SU FRC MG UB RAS, Chelyabinsk–Miass
Dmitry Artemyev, PhD, SU FRC MG UB RAS, SUSU, Miass
Ivan Blinov, PhD, SU FRC MG UB RAS, SUSU, Miass
Nikolay B. Vinogradov, Doctor of History, SUSPU, Chelyabinsk
Diana Gergova, PhD in Geography, Professor, NAIM BAN, Sofia, Bulgaria
Andrey V. Epimakhov, Doctor of History, Professor, SUSU, Chelyabinsk
Darya Kiseleva, PhD, IGH UB RAS, Ekaterinburg
Ludmila N. Koryakova, Doctor of History, Institute of Geography and Mineralogy UB RAS, Ekaterinburg
Kostov Ruslan Ivanov, Doctor of Geological Sciences, Mining and Geological University, Sofia, Bulgaria
Sergey V. Kuzminykh, PhD in History, IA RAS, Moscow
Valery V. Maslennikov, Corresponding Member of RAS, SU FRC MG UB RAS, SUSU, Miass
Yuri B. Serikov, Doctor of History, Professor, N-Tags-PA, N. Tagil
Sergey V. Snopkov, PhD, Associate Professor, Irkutsk State University; Senior Researcher, IRNITU, Irkutsk
Ivan Stepanov, PhD in History, SU FRC MG UB RAS, Miass
Alexander D. Tairov, Doctor of History, Professor, South Ural State University, Chelyabinsk
Vitaly V. Tkachev, PhD in History, Institute of Steppe RAS, Orenburg
Valery N. Udachin, Doctor of Geology, SU FRC MG UB RAS, SUSU, Miass
Igor Chechushkov, PhD in History, Institute of History and Archaeology UB RAS, Ekaterinburg
Evgeny Bazhenov, SU FRC MG UB RAS, Miass
Olga Buslovskaya, SU FRC MG UB RAS, Miass
Egor Vasyuchkov, SUSPU, Chelyabinsk
Roza Sadykova, SU FRC MG UB RAS, Miass
Mikhail Rassomakhin, SU FRC MG UB RAS, SUSU, Miass
Alexander Tseluyko, SU FRC MG UB RAS, SUSU, Miass