Geoscientists Symposia (GS) and the Australian Institute of Geoscientists (AIG) continue their successful partnership to run quality Symposia. The major theme is ‘UP-SKILLING’ and will include pre- and post-symposia short courses at the Paradise Plaza Hotel and a field workshop on Lombok.
The Symposium features a busy schedule of talks with six internationally-recognised keynote speakers, evening network opportunities and trade booths displaying the latest in commercial technologies to assist in finding the next generation of mines.
The AIG will produce a digital pdf Abstract Volume. The Volume will be available as a digital file on their website in advance of the event. The volume will also be available on a thumb drive at the meeting.
There will be a significant poster component and poster sessions. There is no charge for posters and we especially encourage junior mine and exploration staff and students to present a poster. Please contact the organisers (firstname.lastname@example.org) to submit a poster
Geology and Exploration: Russia to PNG
Exploration Technologies: Geology, Geochemistry, Geophysics and Drilling
Case studies: New and Old Mines: Russia to PNG
Short Courses and Workshops
Saturday 25 May 2013
JORC and NI43-101 Gerry Fahey and Graeme Jeffress
Sunday 26th May 201
Epithermal and Carlin-style gold deposits: new developments and exploration Greg Corbett and Steve Garwin
Thursday and Friday 30th and 31st May 2013
Exploration Geochemistry Steve Sugden and Heidi Pass
Thursday to Saturday 30th and 31st May, 1st June 1913
Structural Geology and Resources Up-skilling field workshop, Lombok Gerard Tripp and Julian Vearncombe