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Inside this latest issue…
From Your President; Institute News; Education News; NSW Branch News; Membership Updates; Game of Mines; Federal Geoscience Budget – No Surprise Budgets; Regional Prospectivity Analysis for Nickel Sulphide Mineral Systems in the King Leopold Orogen, Western Australia; AGCC 2018; Getting Accurate Data Sorted from the Beginning Contributes to Success; AIG Victorian Branch Conference and Workshop 2018; Australian Geoscientists Recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours; NExUS 2017; Core: A Tale of Loss; Jobs Setback for Australian Geoscientists as 2018 Opening Quarter Cools After Improved Employment Over 2017; 6th International Archean Symposium; Geoparks Offer WA an Exciting New Tourism Opportunity; Mentoring Program Kick Off event; Gold18@Perth – An International Symposium Addressing Current Controversies in Gold Exploration and Geology; The Stavely Arc Uncovered – A new Australian Mineral Exploration Search Space; Events Calendar; and more…
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CODES, the Centre for Ore Deposit and Earth Sciences formed in 1989 at the University of Tasmania. Over nearly three decades, the Centre has grown substantially and is now regarded widely as a global leader in ore deposit research.
This role is part of a research initiative being funded by the Queensland Government’s Strategic Resources Exploration Program. It is based at CODES, and the successful applicant will undertake geochemical investigations of ores and altered rocks from a variety of sediment-hosted base metal and iron-oxide copper-gold deposits in NW Queensland. The appointee will provide detailed characterisation and interpretations of the distal geochemical footprints to these major base metal resource.
Applications close Monday, 16 July 2018. Visit the UTas website for more information.
Perth-based geology consulting and contracting company Digirock helps university students find exploration and mining industry vacation employment opportunities. The register re-opens for 2018 on 2 July. Applications close Monday, Sept 3, 2018.
AIG commends Digirock for continuing this great initiative.
AGCC 2018 wants to provide opportunities for as many contributors as possible and so the Convention Organising Committee has agreed to a special extension for all submissions. Please note:
Don’t delay – 7th July is the final deadline.
Over 700 abstracts have been received for the inaugural Australian Geological Council Convention to be held in Adelaide, 14 to 18 October 2018, with many great submissions for all program Themes and Subthemes. The reviewing process now commences and notifications of acceptance will be sent to authors by 28 July. In the interim you are encouraged to use the currently available Early Bird registration discount. If you are an Early Career Geoscientist, or a student, take advantage of our special registration rates here.
AGCC 2018 Big Issues and Ideas in Geoscience is an opportunity to examine and consider some of the emerging issues that affect all geoscientists and society at large. These topics will attract attention from industry, government and academia, and they will also create opportunities for non-geoscientists to engage and participate in Adelaide during Earth Science Week. Visit the conference website to find out more.