March 16, 2009
Exploring on the Edge

 Geoscience BC is pleased to announce that the Geological Association of Canada - Cordilleran Section (www.gac-cs.ca) is presenting a one day session:

EXPLORING ON THE EDGE
Wednesday, April 29, 2009
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
UBC Robson Square, Vancouver

REGISTER NOW!: www.gac-cs.ca

This one day session features local and international experts on the latest Cordilleran geology and tectonics, mineral deposit models, mineral endowment, and exploration targeting techniques of the exotic terranes.

Maurice Colpron Geology of the Cordillera: What's new
Curt Freeman History of Mining and Exploration in the Cordillera
Dave Lefebure Metallogeny and Mineral Deposits of the Cordillera
Craig Hart Gold in the Cordillera
Jim Franklin Genesis and Setting of VMS deposits
Jeremy Richards Geology of Porphyry Deposits
Ken Witherly Geophysical Applications to Regional Exploration
Murray Hitzman Keynote Speaker: Exploration implications of large-scale targeting through time, utilizing paleo plate configurations
Colin Barnett Neural Network Tools, QUEST Update
Steve Irwin GEM Program and Edges Project overview
Cees van Staal Edges: Predicted Geology of the Accreted Terranes
JoAnne Nelson Edges: Metallogenic Predictions
John Thompson Moderating Edges Project feedback through a five member Industry panel

Refreshment breaks, buffet lunch, and post-workshop bar included.

The Edges Project leadership is seeking your feedback on the project. There will be opportunity for questions after each 20 min talk, and during a discussion panel of industry leaders.

For other inquiries, contact workshop organizers:
Gerry Carlson (), Jim Ryan (),
Carl Verley (), or Dirk Tempelman-Kluit ()
 
 

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