CSA GLOBAL PRESENTS:
A one day course on:
THE PRINCIPLES OF STRUCTURAL DATA COLLECTION AND CONTROLS
Tuesday 20 October 2020 (Perth)
PRESENTED BY: Consultant Geologist, Dr Rob Holm
This course teaches participants how to improve their structural data collection, recognise and manage quality control issues in oriented drill core and demonstrates how structural data can be analysed to allow
a better understanding of structural controls on mineralisation.
The course ensures the structural data you are collecting is useful to all stakeholders in the life of mine value chain.
Upon completion of this course, you will have a solid grounding in ten important skills in Structural Data Collection and Controls.
You will be able to:
*Spot how to quickly assess the quality of structural data collected from drill core;
*Learn methods of applying core orientation confidence;
*Identify problem data in the database for filtering during analysis and/or interpretation;
*Understand how planar and linear data is plotted on a stereographic net;
*Learn how to examine populations of planar structures;
*Recognise what can be achieved with effective analysis of structural data;
*Extract meaningful geometric outcomes from analysis of structural data;
*Learn different methods of sub-dividing data;
*Discover how to recognise important patterns within data sets;
*Learn approaches to extracting value from both individual oriented drill holes or extensive oriented drill hole data sets.
ABOUT OUR PRESENTER!
Rob is an expert geologist with an extensive and diverse background in the minerals as well as oil and gas sectors. He specialises in structural geology, geophysical interpretation, petrology and geochemistry, coupled with strong analytical and problem-solving skills to deliver integrated geological solutions. Rob holds extensive experience in geoscience training and education, and is currently a consultant with CSA Global.
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