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Hydrogeology in Mining – A One Day Conference


DATE-TIME

Date(s) - Friday, 01/05/2015
All Day

Location
Regal Park Motor Inn

Category(ies)


SA Branch of the Australian Institute of Geoscientists presents…

HYDROGEOLOGY in MINING – A One Day Conference

Friday 1st May 2014 – Adelaide

Hydrogeology in Mining is an AIG sponsored one day Conference with a South Australian
mining and energy resources focus.

The speakers are industry professionals drawn from mining and energy companies,
government bodies and consulting firms.

The Conference aims to provide information exchange and awareness raising among
the South Australian mining and hydrogeology communities. The Conference programme
provides talks covering a range of groundwater fields.

 

Who should attend?

The Conference is ideal for mining and resource industry staff, providing practical and
technical information on mine groundwater issues. The Conference will also benefit
hydrogeologists wishing to understand the issues associated with mining. The
Conference programme has been designed assuming minimal experience; however,
the majority of talks will concentrate on specific technical areas. The Conference is
suitable for all levels of experience: from new entrants to the industry to experienced
practitioners.

 

Presenters

Graham Teale, AIG State Chairman    
Introduction and welcome

Andrew Telfer, Australian Water Environments     
Conference aims

Tim Munday, CSIRO    
Geophysical investigations and information available for both exploration and hydrogeology

Scott Evans, Australian Water Environments    
An overview of the hydrogeology of the Eyre Peninsula

Michael Hatch, University of Adelaide, Department of Earth Sciences    
Finding water with NMR geophysics: An introduction and field examples

Glyn Ashman, SA Water    
What is being done for water supply and how it could help miners

John Parker, Lincoln Minerals Limited    
Groundwater model for proposed Gum Flat iron ore mine

Tom Wilson and Joe Kwan, Earth Science Information Systems and MMG Rosebery   
Groundwater and surface water data management at Rosebery Mine, Tasmania

Jan Vermaak, Red Creek Water Solutions Pty Ltd    
Hydrological and ecological controls of stygofauna abundance and richness, Pilbara, Australia

Paul Howe, CDM Smith    
Addressing the potential effects of mine dewatering on terrestrial GDEs – A case study from the Pilbara Region, WA

Leighton Randell, Jacobs Group Australia Pty Ltd    
Pre-dawn leaf water potentials: An established method for identification of Groundwater Dependent Ecosystems

Robert Read, Hydrogeologist    
Water occurrence in arid areas

Baohong Hou and Steve Hill, Geological Survey of South Australia, DSD    
Palaeovalley mapping  implications for groundwater resources

Andrew Taylor, CSIRO
Environmental tracers: Useful indicators of recharge processes in a remote arid region – Musgrave Province South Australia

Steve Barnett and Simone Stewart, Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources
Evolution of Water Allocation Plans in SA

Peter Baker, Office of Water Science – Department of the Environment    
Commonwealth and South Australian government interactions on CSG and coal mining

Daniel Wohling, Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources    
Arckaringa Basin and Pedirka Basin groundwater assessment project

Mark Keppel, Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources    
Arckaringa Basin and Pedirka Basin groundwater assessment project

 

How to Register

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AIG members $275 (GST incl.)
Non-members $345 (GST incl.)
AIG students/unemployed members (limited places) $160 (GST incl.)

 

Event details

Venue: Regal Park Motor Inn
44 Barton Terrace East
North Adelaide, 5006
9:00am Registration, tea/coffee
9:30am Commence conference
Lunch and morning / afternoon teas provided

 

For information contact the AIG: aig@aig.org.au
Or click here to download the event flyer here.

 

 

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