Geostats in Practice

8 CPD HoursMonday 18th June 2018

Burswood on Swan, Camfield Drive, Burswood  WA

AIG Western Australia  branch will be holding a one day seminar of the practical application of geostatistics in Earth Sciences. Topics will range through the Mineral Resource value chain, showcasing the means by which the use of geostatistics helps solve common and critical problems within the development and exploitation of Mineral Resources with speakers including:

OSCAR RONDON, CSIRO Geostatistical assessment of recoverable resources – how to do more with less drilling data
UTE MUELLER, Edith Cowan University  Prediction of the major crustal blocks in Australia using the National Geochemical Survey of Australia Data
HASSAN TALEBI, Edith Cowan University A hybrid model for joint simulation of high-dimensional continuous and categorical variables
ERIN RETZ, Fortesque Metals Group
DANIEL GUIBAL SRK Consulting Drillhole spacing analysis in an iron ore deposit
BOSTA PRATAMA, CUBE Consulting Estimation search neighbourhoods – latest trends
MATTHEW COBB, CSA Global Application of categorical simulation at the feasibility study stage
MIKE LOWRY, BHP Improving the geoscience to mining cycle through uncertainty quantification
ANDREW WEEKS, Golder Associates Geostats saves the day – a selection of case studies from feasibiity to production
BILL SHAW, Ore Control Application of geostatistics to mining geology

Members: $275: Non-members $385, Students/Unemployed AIG members $110.  All include GST, lunch and morning/afternoon teas.

Register on-line via the AIG web site.  The seminar flyer is available here.

This seminar is generously sponsored by: