Join the AusIMM Perth Branch and CSA Global’s Senior Consultant, Barbara Duggan for a discussion on turning a nickel exploration play into a VMS opportunity, by re-examining data already in a database before commissioning more drilling.
Many companies have exploration databases with a lot of multi-element, logging and other data that is under-utilised. A review and analysis of data already acquired, before spending significant amounts on additional drilling has the potential to refine targeting and planning of exploration. This talk presents the potential in a database, outlining the identification of VMS signatures on the East Laverton project for St George Mining and defining the litho-structural interpretations and highlighting the element anomalisms discovered during the project.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Barbara is a geologist with more than 15 years’ experience in mineral exploration from project generation to advanced project stage, encompassing targeting studies, project management and evaluation. She has extensive experience in Canada and Australia with a focus on nickel sulphide and magmatic hydrothermal mineral systems including gold, volcanogenic massive sulphide and IOCG’s. Barbara specialises in integrated mineral systems targeting at a district to deposit scale primarily using lithogeochemistry, alteration mapping and hyperspectral analysis in conjunction with structural data.
- Date: Monday 9th March 2020
- Time: 5.30 pm – 7.00 pm
- Venue: Celtic Club, Ord Street
- Cost: Free to attend