Date(s) - Friday, 31/08/2018
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Adelaide Meridien Hotel, x,
Australian Institute of Geoscientists – SA Branch
COURSE NO.3 of 3
COPING WITH SKARNS AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO CARBONATE REPLACEMENT DEPOSITS
A one day course presented by Dr Roger Taylor
Friday 31st August, 2018
8am to 5pm
Adelaide Meridien Hotel,
21-39 Melbourne Street,
North Adelaide, 5006
Dr Roger Taylor has been involved with the exploration industry for over 40 years operating as a practicing exploration/ mine geologist and academic (Director- Economic Geology Research Unit, James Cook University (1993-1998)). More recent activities include general international consulting to numerous mining companies, further development of a range of professional development courses, and petrological services. Major publications include books on tin deposits, ore textures-breccias, and gossans/ leached outcrops. Major interests are magmatic related deposits, including tin, wolfram, porphyry copper, IOCG, and epithermal systems.
- Introduction – Skarn minerals
- Effects on pre-existing sedimentary / volcanic / igneous packages
- Channelway recognition – sedimentary unit, fracture / fault and brecciation styles
- Mafic skarns and special situations
- Architecture of skarn systems -inner and outer zones
- Paragenesis – early anhydrous & later (retrograde) assemblages (infill alteration)
- Types and skarn connections
SKARN RELATED DEPOSITS
- Cannington / IOCG links
Registrations are now open
Please note registrations close Friday 24th August 2018.
INCLUDES: lunch and morning / afternoon tea.
AIG Members – $500
Non Members – $600
Students – $125
unemployed AIG Member Geologists – $200
A limited number of student / unemployed concessions are available
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