• September 25, 2019

Managing Risk with Quantitative 3D Mineral System Characterisation

Published on September 25th, 2019

Download our latest presentation by CSA Global Principal Geologist, Warren Potma who presented at the Lyceum 2019; Managing Risk in Challenging Times on ‘Managing Risk with Quantitative 3D Mineral System Characterisation’ on Wednesday 25 September, 2019 at Frasers Kings Park in Perth, Western Australia.

Seequent Lyceum 2019 was aimed at discussing innovations, challenges and best practices in the geosciences.  This year’s theme is ‘Managing Risk in Challenging Times’ explored how geoscience professionals are identifying, managing, and communicating risk across the lifecycle of their projects – and how they’re harnessing Seequent solutions to tackle these challenges.

Warren Potma, Principal GeologistWarren Potma
Principal Geologist

Warren is a geologist with more than 20 years’ experience in exploration and mining geology, management and technical R&D. He specialises in structural geology, integrated mineral system analysis, 3D modelling, and technical mentoring. Warren has extensive exploration, mine production and technical projects experience, and a strong background in applied exploration technology R&D and mineral systems research he gained while with the CSIRO. He has a strong track record of discovery in Chilean magmatic hydrothermal mineral systems (IOCG, porphyry Cu/Au), Archaean orogenic gold and VHMS systems, and broad experience across the range of magmatic-hydrothermal mineral systems.

Download Managing Risk with Quantitative 3D Mineral System Characterisation


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