CSIRO Mineral Resources will hold its annual Mineral Exploration Seminar on Friday 9 February 2018.

The seminar presents the latest research into exploration concepts and tools being developed at CSIRO.

Presentations will be targeted at Australian exploration and technology issues with talks on using big data, regional- to camp-scale exploration, multiple scales of ore body characterisation, and innovative, cost-saving sampling, along with a ‘classic’ seminar around nickel and strategic metal exploration.

  • $170

    Standard

  • $140

    AIG/GSA member

  • $70

    Unemployed/student

Contact

Alistair White

Event date: 09Feb 2018

Friday 9 Feb 2018

Australian Resources Research Centre

26 Dick Perry Avenue, Kensington, WA
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Topics include:

  • Active sampling during exploration
  • Regolith mapping, characterisation, and sampling in the Capricorn Orogen
  • Multi-scale core characterisation facilities
  • Landscape geochemistry at the DeGrussa VMS deposit and in the Fraser Range
  • New tools for pXRF data processing
  • AEM and regolith integration
  • Automated mineralogy for alteration mapping and vectoring
  • Opportunities for audience voting on preferred talk topics

Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

Any enquiries can be directed to the event coordinator: alistair.white@csiro.au

Science areas: Mining and manufacturing and Geosciences

Event type: Public seminar