CSA Global to present at AusIMM Seminar, Kalgoorlie

    Published on April 10th, 2016

    CSA Global’s Dr. Carl Brauhart, Principal Geologist and Marcus Wilson, Principal Consultant, will be presenting The OSNACA Project: Navigating in Magmato-Hydrothermal Space and Depth of Cover Modelling at  The AusIMM Kalgoorlie Branch Committee April Technical Meeting held on Monday 11th April, 5:30pm.

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    Marcus Wilson, CSA Global Exploration Manager

    Marcus Willson – M.Sc Geology, B.Sc. Geology, MAIG, RPGeo
    Principal Consultant – Gold

    Marcus has 25 years’ experience in the mineral exploration industry, ranging from early stage exploration activities, exploration management, strategy development and implementation, through to senior corporate management roles. Marcus has specialist expertise in Archaean lode/orogenic gold, regolith interpretation and geochemistry as well as in geodynamic/litho-tectonic/structural/crustal evolution analysis in the context of hydrothermal mineralisation. He uses these skills to deliver integrated, mineral systems-based, geological models and targeting advice. He is a leader with strong analytical and problem solving skills and demonstrated competency for applying advanced technical techniques to enhance project value delivering an excellent track record of discovery. Marcus’ significant corporate experience provides excellent skills in project risk analysis, ranking and valuation.

    Dr Carl Brauhart

    Dr. Carl Brauhart
    PhD (Ore Deposit Geology), BSc (Geology), MAIG, MSEG

    Carl is an exploration geologist with over 20 years’ experience in gold and base-metal exploration, spending much of that time working in frontier areas of Western Australia on grassroots projects. He has a particular interest in geochemistry, both exploration geochemistry and ore deposit geochemistry, and a passion for field work, particularly mapping. Carl has maintained a close association with the Centre for Exploration Targeting at the University of Western Australia where he is the lead researcher on the OSNACA Project (an ore deposit geochemistry research effort).

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