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Exploration Geochemistry : Getting it right to extract maximum value for minimal cost


DATE-TIME

Date(s) - Friday, 12/04/2019
8:30 am - 9:00 pm

Location
UQ Business School,

Category(ies)


AIG & CSA Global
Friday Seminar Series

Exploration Geochemistry

Getting it right to extract maximum value for minimal cost

 

Date

Friday 12th April 2019
Registration from 8:30am – 9am
Seminar from 9am – 5pm


 

Venue

UQ Business School, Lvl 6, 293 Queen St, Brisbane


 

Seminar details

The quality of exploration geochemical data is determined by several factors including sample collection, sample medium, and laboratory preparation and analysis procedures. We are often left to work miracles from poor quality or mixed quality historical data. How then to make the most from shrinking budgets?

Themes include:

  • Field sample collection & sample media
  • Optimal assay methods
  • pXRF vs laboratory
  • Geochemical data interpretation
  • Use of AI and machine learning

 

Speakers

Dr Carl Brauhart of CSA Global will deliver a keynote address on The Role of Geochemistry in Understanding Mineral Systems. Other speakers include Mark Arundell (IMEx), Joseph Tang (DNRM), Dr Mark Pirlo (Geochemica), Warwick Anderson (OreFox), Rod Carlson (AMC), Dr. Kenneth Collerson (KDC Consulting/SEES UQ), and Philip Main (Geoscience Australia).


 

Seminar Supporters



 

Special Thanks to our other Sponsors

   

If you would like to sponsor the seminar, please contact Peter Caristo (peter.caristo@oceanagold.com) . We would be happy to consider co-naming rights as well as the opportunity to display banners/booth.


 

Registrations

Registrations are now open.

AIG member $175
Non-AIG Member $225
Student Geoscientists $50


 

More Information

Please contact:
Mark Pirlo:
markpirlo@geochimica.com.au
Peter Caristo
peter.caristo@oceanagold.com
0499 022 509

Click here to download the flyer


 

Bookings

Ticket Type Price Spaces
AIG member $175.00
Non-AIG member $225.00
Student Geoscientists $50.00


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