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Applied exploration geochemistry workshop


DATE-TIME

Date(s) - Wednesday, 06/03/2019
All Day

Location
Transcontinental Hotel

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“The Fallacy of the Deep”

IMEx Consulting is conducting a one-day Exploration Geochemistry workshop focussing on Interactive Data Analysis

Wednesday 6thMarch 2019 at the Transcontinental Hotel, 482 George St, Brisbane.

All participants will need to provide a laptop computer & have ioGAS preloaded (demo version OK).

The workshop is limited to 15 participants.  Click here for the workshop brochure which includes registration details.  Registrations are requested before Friday 22nd February, 2019.

For further information contact: Mark Arundell. E: workshop@imex.net.au

Multi-element analysis of geochemical samples is now common practice in mineral exploration. Voluminous data is being generated but potentially is not fully utilised by project geoscientists.

Traditional anomaly definition of geochemical data has tended to focus on the highest numbers in selected target elements. However, in many circumstances the highest numbers may not be the most significant given the geological context.

This workshop focusses on more informative techniques of viewing and visualising geochemical data.  This style of targeting focuses on placing all of the geochemical data into a richer geological context.

This is a “hands-on” workshop illustrating & applying these techniques. The workshop is directed to all geoscientists who want to extract more from their data.

Mark Arundell has over 30 years’ experience in exploration geology and in the use of multi-element geochemistry to find ore deposits.  Mike Whitbread has over 20 years’ experience as an exploration geochemist working both for major companies & as a consultant.

2 responses to “Applied exploration geochemistry workshop”

  1. KEFAS MALGWI says:

    I am just reading about the program but i have interest in your subsequent program on exploration geochemistry. I am a geologist with over 22 yrs experience in African mineral sector and i work with the Nigerian Geological Survey Agency as an Assistant Director.
    I wish to be a member of AIG and will like to know if you do admit international membership. If yes please can you kindly send the necessary information and membership fees. I will also like to know the details of the next seminar/ workshops or training organised by AIG.

    • Andrew Waltho says:

      Thanks for your enquiry – AIG does admit international members, but applicants require their applications to be supported by two members of AIG, or a professional institute or learned society with an enforceable code of ethics that has been reviewed and approved by the Institute. The membership application process may be completed on-line. Further details regarding AIG are available via the Membership pages of the web site.

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