RPGeo Applications

RPGeo Applications

The following Registered Professional Geoscientist (RPGeo) applications have been received. (Updated 22 May, 2024) AIG Fellows and Members with knowledge of the applicants are invited to provide written reviews by email.  AIG’s professional registration program includes both each applicant’s relevant professional experience and ethics. Mr Brett Davis, of The Vines, WA, has applied for registration

AEGC2019 Data to Discovery

Perth will host the 2nd Australasian Exploration Geoscience Conference (AEGC) from Monday 2 to Thursday 5 September 2019 at Crown Perth. The AEGC is the largest petroleum and mineral geoscience conference in Australasia, and incorporates the West Australian Basin Symposium (WABS) and the ASEG-PESA International Geophysical Conference and Exhibition. The event will be jointly hosted

Geochemical halos to Proterozoic sediment-hosted ore deposits

Postdoctoral Research Fellow opportunity at CODES. CODES, the Centre for Ore Deposit and Earth Sciences formed in 1989 at the University of Tasmania. Over nearly three decades, the Centre has grown substantially and is now regarded widely as a global leader in ore deposit research. This role is part of a research initiative being funded

James Cook University EGRU Professional Development Courses

The Economic Geology Research Unit (EGRU) at James Cook University is offering several professional development short courses in coming months. A Better Understanding of Exploration Geochemistry Dr Carl Brauhart 27 June 2018 and, 28 June 2019 (subject to demand) James Cook University This one-day course is designed to help exploration geologists better understand the issues

PhD Position: James Cook University

The Economic Geology Research Centre (EGRU) at James Cook University (JCU) is looking for a PhD student available to start immediately to work on a project researching the magmatic evolution and magma fertility for Cu-Au-REE mineralization of the Mary Kathleen Domain, Mount Isa Inlier. This projects is part of a larger research effort that we

Smart Use of Technology and Data

AIG Victoria branch will hold their annual conference on Friday 13 October 2017 on the smart and successful use of innovative technology and data.  The conference will be held at Macedon, a short country drive from Melbourne airport. This conference provides the opportunity for geoscientists who have made smart discoveries using smart technology to showcase

Drill Core, Structure and Digital Technologies

Dr Julian Vearncombe will present a one-day short course dealing with the collection and use of important structural data from oriented drill core. In the mineral exploration industry, diamond core drilling provides the opportunity to collect structural data relating to a target or deposit. This enables improved and early knowledge and understanding of geological and

AIG Queensland Branch Friday Seminar: pXRF geochemistry: use and abuse in exploration and mining

  The pXRF Friday seminar being held in Brisbane 13 November has received some fantastic funding from REFLEX to allow AIG to offer students and unemployed ten free registrations.  Please tell your student and unemployed colleagues and friends (who also need to be AIG members)  about this offer.  First in – first served.  Contact Rod Carlson prior

Introduction to Groundwater Geochemistry

ALGA will be presenting Bill Deutsch’s Introduction to Groundwater Geochemistry course in Perth and Brisbane during November. This is an introductory geochemistry course for scientists and engineers working in the field of groundwater site characterization, contamination, and remediation. It is designed to provide basic information on geochemistry that is necessary to understand natural and contaminated systems

Introduction to Organic Groundwater Geochemistry

The Australasian Land and Groundwater Association is running this course throughout Australia and in New Zealand during November.   This is an introductory organic geochemistry course for scientists and engineers working in the field of groundwater site characterization, contamination, and remediation. It is designed to provide basic information on organic contaminants and their fate/transport in aquifer