CSA Global is pleased to collaborate with The Economic Geology Research Centre (EGRU) to offer a one day workshop: A Better Understanding of Exploration Geochemistry between 27-28 June, 2018 at the James Cook University in Townsville, Queensland.
EGRU offers applied research services, professional development training, such as exploration geochemistry, and information resources to the exploration and mining industries, and has nurtured collaborative and productive working relationships between industry, researchers and students.
The Centre carries out research to advance the understanding of mineral and energy resources and related geological sciences, and to improve exploration and mineral/metal extraction methods.
EGRU is responsible in facilitating knowledge transfer between researchers and industry in the fields of economic geology and related geological sciences, and in mining-related engineering, and acts as an interface between industry and the resource-related expertise at James Cook University, College of Science and Engineering.
|Date||27 June 2018|
28 June 2018
|Location||James Cook University, Townsville|
|Course Leaders||Dr Carl Brauhart|
This one day course is designed to help exploration geologists better understand the issues they face when dealing with geochemical data. Delegates will be exposed to practical exercises using ioGAS software to work on real-world data sets.
The course has been presented numerous times in Perth and is being made available in north Queensland through EGRU and courtesy of CSA Global.
Delegate numbers for each day are limited and the course will only be offered on Thursday 28th June if there are sufficient registrations.
|Course Fees – incl GST|