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Inside this latest issue…
From Your President; Institute News; Membership Updates & RPGeo Applications; Education Report; Book Review: Life as a graduate mine geologist; Australia in the Time of Coronavirus: How Mining will Fuel Economic Recovery; Brian Cuffley, geologist, bushman, historian; Vale Ken Phillips; Discoveries in the Tasmanides – Mines & Wines 2019 38 AIG Mentoring Programs Underway; Part 3: What the Industry Wants: Results from the 2018 AIG National Graduate Group Geoscience Survey – Essential skills and areas of improvement; AIG Notebook: Review of the spatial interpolation techniques used for estimating economic coal properties; The Permo-Triassic Mass Extinction Nickel Flotation Linked To Worst-Ever Environmental Disaster; JORC Code Professional Development Seminars; Short Course – Sydney: Epithermal Au-Ag and Porphyry Cu-Au Exploration; Photos in the Field: Greg Corbett; Jobless numbers climb in 1Q for Australia’s geoscientists but sector so far sidesteps more serious COVID-led impacts; The Relevance of RPGeo Accreditation to Hydrogeology; OK Tedi Book Launch; Events Calendar; AIG Council & AIG News and more.
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