Geoscience BC will be at Remote Roundup 2021 from January 18th to January 22nd with project updates, presentations and research posters.
Please visit the Geoscience BC booth for updates and to ask any questions you may have. Booth Hours: Monday, January 18 – Friday, January 22 – 10:30 am – 12:00 pm PST and 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm PST.
View Geoscience BC at AME Remote Roundup 2021 news release
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The following presentations will take place during the Additions to the Geoscience Toolbox session being held Friday January 22nd from 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm PST
- Mineralogical and Geochemical Vectors within Advanced Argillic-Altered Rocks of British Columbia – Presented by Farhad Bouzari, MDRU – Mineral Deposit Research Unit – 2:05 pm – 2:20 pm PST
- Using Soil Gas to Identify Bedrock Mineralization and Geological Faults Beneath Glacial Deposits – Presented by Ray Lett (British Columbia Geological Survey Emeritus) – 2:35 pm – 2:50 pm PST
The below posters will be available to view online for the duration of Remote Roundup.
- Modelling Overburden Thickness to Better Evaluate Porphyry Deposit Prospectivity in the Central Quesnel Terrane of BC – Dianne Mitchinson
- Simulations and Geophysical Inversions of Ultramafic Rock Magnetic Anomalies in BC to Inform Carbon Sequestration Opportunities – Annika Naylor
- An assessment of the carbon mineralization potential of ultramafic rocks in British Columbia – Jamie Cutts
- Developing an Atlas of Gold Compositions for British Columbia: A New Tool for the Exploration Community – Robert Chapman
- Mineralogical and Geochemical Vectors within Advanced Argillic-Altered Rocks of British Columbia – Farhad Bouzari
- Arc Evolution and Variability in Magmatic Porphyry Fertility of the Southern Quesnel Arc, south-central British Columbia (NTS 082E, L, 092H, I, P, 093A, B) – Taylor Ledoux
- A proven approach to mineral exploration in thick surficial deposits applied to the CICGR project areas, central British Columbia – Dave Sacco