Join Consultant Geologist, Dr Rob Holm when he presents a short course on SC7: Structural Geology – Guidelines for Integrating Structural Data into Targeting Assessments on Monday February 7, 2022.
This short course will be provided before and after AME Roundup 2022 and provides delegates with an opportunity to gain superior knowledge and hands-on experience from specialists in all aspects of mineral exploration and development.
This workshop is designed for geologists, exploration managers or other professionals who would like to better integrate structural geology principles into regional exploration targeting and deposit-scale geological interpretation. The course will focus on both data collection for structural geology and on the interpretation of structures from data that has been collected.
The following aspects will be covered:
- Regional scale data acquisition: what data to acquire, how to process it, and how to maximize knowledge from regional-scale datasets.
- Regional-scale interpretation: principles for interpreting structures and other geological information from regional-scale datasets.
- Deposit-scale data acquisition. Basic principles for collecting structural data at the deposit scale. Will include guidelines on identifying structures, collecting structural information in the field and in drillcore, classification of structural data, QAQC of structural data, and collecting attributes for structures.
- Deposit-scale interpretation of structures. Guidelines for using structural data in conjunction with other geological information to improve geological understanding at a deposit scale.
- Concepts such as structural domaining and kinematic analysis will be explained, and the importance of mineralogical and temporal considerations will be discussed.
Date: February 7, 2022
Time: 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm PDT
- AME Members: $200
- Non-members: $400
- AME Student Members: $30
ABOUT OUR PRESENTER
Dr Rob Holm
Robert Holm (BSc Hons, PGDip EngGeol, PhD, MAIG) is a Senior Geoscientist at CSA Global with a diverse background encompassing both the minerals and oil and gas sectors. He specialises in structural geology, drawing on experience ranging from Archean gold systems to recent and actively forming analogues across the Southwest Pacific, to investigate mineral systems across multiple spatial and temporal scales. Robert has expertise in unravelling the metallogenesis and prospectivity of complex tectonic settings through multidisciplinary methods coupled with strong analytical and problem-solving skills to deliver integrated geological solutions in project generation and deposit targeting.