The latest from Geoscience BC at AME Roundup

January 17, 2018 - Geoscience BC will be at AME Mineral Exploration Roundup from January 22nd to 25th at the Vancouver Convention Centre West with new data and updates on a series of 2017 projects. Join us at Booth #324 to see how our geoscience data can help you.

New data - Search Phase III presentation and data release - Tuesday

Innovation Stage, Exhibit Hall (Tuesday, January 23rd at 10:45 am)

Search Phase III is our latest regional airborne minerals survey, taking in a 9,600 km2 area from the Kemess Underground mine south to near Mackenzie. We will be publishing and presenting data from the survey in a special talk on Roundup's Innovation Stage on Tuesday, January 23rd at 10:45 am.

Join us to learn more about Search Phase III and to get a first look at the results. Digital data will be made available for download from our website at the same time as the talk.

Help guide our plan!

Have your say in Geoscience BC's future by taking part in our planning process. Drop by Booth #324 to complete a survey, book a phone interview or to find out more about our series of focus group meetings.

Have a few minutes ahead of Roundup? Find out more and complete the survey here.

Summary of Activities and Annual Report

Get the detail on all 2017 Geoscience BC projects with copies of our brand new 2017 Summary of Activities booklets for both Minerals & Mining and Energy projects.

Looking for a quicker summary? We will also have copies of our 2017 Annual Report available.

Poster Session

Level 1 outside the main presentation ballrooms (Monday, January 22nd at 8:30 am to Thursday, January 25th at 2:30 pm, Poster reception Tuesday, January 23rd from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm)

Geoscience BC partners and scholarship winners will exhibit posters at the Roundup poster session. These posters highlight some of Geoscience BC's ongoing work around BC. The session will also include Search Phase III data from Tuesday morning onwards.

About Geoscience BC

Geoscience BC is an independent, non-profit organization that generates earth science information in collaboration with First Nations, local communities, governments, academia and the resource sector. Our independent earth science enables informed resource management decisions. Geoscience BC gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the Province of British Columbia.