Date(s) - 11/07/2018
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
The Adelaide Meridien Hotel, x,
AIG SA Technical Meeting – July 2018
When does my IOCG become a skarn? (and does it matter?); case studies from the Cloncurry Mineral District
Presented by Dr Richard Lilly
Wednesday 11th July, 2018
From 6.30pm, Talk from 7pm
Adelaide Meridien Hotel (Please note change of venue)
21-39 Melbourne St, North Adelaide
Our next meeting of the year will be Wednesday the 11th July at the Adelaide Meridien Hotel, Melbourne St, North Adelaide. (Please note change of venue).
As usual we will have drinks from 6.30 to 7pm and our speaker will talk from 7pm with dinner starting at approximately 8pm. For those wishing to stay and have dinner can you please contact Adrian Brewer prior to Monday 9th so we can let the venue know numbers. Dinner will be at the Restaurant at the Meridien Hotel.
Our speaker this month is Dr Richard Lilly who is going to give us a talk on ‘When does my IOCG become a skarn? (and does it matter?); case studies from the Cloncurry Mineral District’
Richard Lilly is currently the Mount Isa Mines embedded research fellow at the University of Adelaide. The role involves coordinating a range of minerals industry related research projects, lecturing economic geology and coordinating the National Exploration Undercover School (NExUS).
Richard completed his PhD on the northern Oman ophiolite at Cardiff University (UK) in collaboration with the British Geological Survey and worked with Rio Tinto and Chevron before joining Mount Isa Mines (formally Xstrata Copper) exploration in 2007 based in Mount Isa, Queensland.
In his role as senior exploration geologist he instigated and co-supervised a wide range of applied research projects with the aim of improving exploration targeting, before returning to an industry funded academic role in 2015.
Adrian Brewer, Treasurer, SA AIG
Brewer Geological Services
M: 61-427 569274