Join CSA Global, the Australian Institute of Geoscientists and the Association of Applied Geochemists for a three day extravaganza of exploration geochemistry between April 8-10, 2019 in Western Australia. View workshops and seminars on offer and reserve your placement today!
One Day Workshop
MONDAY 8TH APRIL 2019
APPLIED EXPLORATION GEOCHEMISTRY
“The Fallacy of the Deep”
Ascot Kayak Club,
Garvey Park, Fauntleroy St, Ascot WA
Multi-element analysis of geochemical samples is now common practice in mineral exploration. Voluminous data is being generated but potentially is not fully utilised
by project geoscientists.
Traditional anomaly definition of geochemical data has tended to focus on the highest numbers in selected target elements. However, in many circumstances the
highest numbers may not be the most significant given the geological context.
This workshop focuses on more informative techniques of viewing and visualising geochemical data. This style of targeting focuses on placing all of the geochemical data into a
richer geological context.
This is a “hands-on” workshop illustrating & applying these techniques. The workshop is directed to all geoscientists who want to extract more from their data.
Mark Arundell has over 30 years’ experience in exploration geology and in the use of multi-element geochemistry to find ore deposits.
One Day Seminar
TUESDAY 9TH APRIL 2019
The AIG WA BRANCH and the ASSOCIATION OF APPLIED GEOCHEMISTS
APPLIED MINERALOGY IN EXPLORATION
Burswood on Swan, 1 Camfield Drive, Burswood WA
The AIG WA Branch has teamed with the Association of Applied Geochemists (AAG) to further promote geochemistry in exploration.
This is the second seminar in the Exploration Geochemistry Series hosted by the WA branch of the AIG.
The first seminar, held in December last year, concentrated on the use of elements in exploration geochemistry, while this second seminar will focus on the use of
minerals and associated methods including spectral, SEM-based and pXRD, as well as indicator minerals and more, for detecting alteration haloes
associated with mineralisation.
More details of the program soon.
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One Day Workshop
WEDNESDAY 10TH APRIL 2019
A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF EXPLORATION GEOCHEMISTRY
3 Ord Street, West Perth
DR CARL BRAUHART PHD MAIG MSEG
Multi-element geochemistry is one of the most powerful tools available to an exploration geologist; it is also a tool that many skilled and seasoned practitioners
struggle with day to day.
Designing effective geochemical sampling programs, managing large multi-element databases, and correctly interpreting the data are critical disciplines for an
exploration geologist to master.
This one-day course is designed for moderately to highly experienced exploration geologists who wish to extend their skills in geochemistry.
Knowledge of ioGAS is not required. The facilitator will work systematically through each exercise, allowing time for note taking by participants.
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