Geoscience BC at PDAC: Data for Discovery Session

March 2, 2010 -Geoscience BC is pleased to issue this invitation to our afternoon presentation session at the upcoming Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) conference in Toronto. Join us to learn about exploration opportunities in British Columbia as a result of new geoscience data and research from Geoscience BC and partners.
Data for Discovery: An innovative approach to increase exploration success in British Columbia Monday, March 8th 2:00 - 5:00 pm Room 717B, South Building Metro Toronto Convention Center, PDAC
No registration required — Attendance is free Click here to download PDF brochure   SCHEDULE: TIMESPEAKERTOPIC2:00-2:05 pm'Lyn AnglinPresident & CEO, Geoscience BCWelcome and Introduction2:05-2:10 pmHonourable Randy HawesMinister of State for Mining,British ColumbiaOpening Remarks from the Province of British Columbia2:10-2:15 pmLena BrommelandChief Project Services Executive, Hunter Dickinson & Chair, AMEBC BoardOpening Remarks from the Association for Mineral Exploration BC2:15-2:25 pmJohn ThompsonVP – Technology, Teck Resources Ltd. & Chair of the Board, Geoscience BCGeoscience BC: An Innovative Public Geoscience Business Model2:25-2:45 pmThomas BissigResearch Associate, Mineral Deposit Research Unit / Geoscience BCPorphyry Copper-Gold Deposits: A BC Speciality2:45-3:05 pmCraig HartDirector, Mineral Deposit Research UnitAssessing Porphyry Indicator Minerals (PIMs) in BC Porphyry Copper-Gold Deposits3:05-3:25 pmDave HeberleinHeberlein GeoconsultingGeochemical Exploration through Thick Glacial Cover: Case History from the Kwanika Porphyry Copper-Gold Deposit, North-Central BC3:25-3:45 pmNigel PhillipsSenior Geophysicist, Mira GeophysicsEffective Use of Regional Geophysical Data in Central British Columbia3:45-4:05 pmDianne MitchinsonPost Doc, Mineral Deposit Research Unit / Geoscience BCLinking Rock Properties and Geology to Improve Geophysical Interpretations and Constrain 3D Models of BC Porphyry Systems4:05-4:25 pmStephen FraserSenior Principal Research Scientist, CSIROIdentifying Geochemical Targets and Anomalies in Stream and Lake Sediment Data Using Self Organizing Maps4:25-4:45 pmMark RebagliatiExecutive VP – Exploration, Hunter DickinsonHow Public Geoscience Drives Exploration in British Columbia4:45-5:00 pm'Lyn AnglinPresident & CEO, Geoscience BCConcluding Remarks For more information, contact Geoscience BC at 604-662-4147 or
Geoscience BC Geoscience BC is an industry-led, industry-focused not-for-profit society. Its mandate includes the collection, interpretation and marketing of geoscience data and expertise to promote investment in resource exploration and development in British Columbia. Geoscience BC is funded through grants from the Provincial Government and works in partnership with industry, academia, government, First Nations and communities to attract mineral and oil & gas investment to BC.