Who should attend?
The course is suitable for geologists of any experience level, working in mineral systems with poor outcrop, complex structure, geo- physics and geochemistry, including minerals explorers, mine geologists, researchers and students. It is ideally suited for geolo- gists using drill core and related data as a major component of their exploration, research or mining geology programs.
Participants will use the following provided datasets: core photography, downhole geochemical data, geophysi- cal/rock properties data, and structural data. A good working knowledge of Excel is required; prior experience with Leapfrog, ioGAS and stereographic projection software will be beneficial, but is not essential. Instructions for accessing this software, the core photography data package, and the relevant datasets, will be made available upon registration.
- Nick Oliver (PhD, Director HCO Associates consultants, Adjunct/Honorary Professor at JCU/EGRU and UQ/SMI (Sustainable Minerals Institute) email@example.com
- June Hill (PhD, Principal Research Scientist, CSIRO Mineral Resources), June.Hill@csiro.au
The main focus is on the use of drilling-derived data, including core photography, down-hole geo- chemical data, logging data, structural data, and additional data derived from tools such as spectral tools or scans, magnetic susceptibility etc.
- Drill core do’s and don’ts.
- Understanding core logging.
- Extracting Lithogeochemistry within deformed rock pack- ages.
- Dealing with deformation: the poly-deformation challenge where to start, what to do, how to simplify, how to move forward, how to turn jumbled logs and random structural measurements into actual ingredients in a 3D model.
- Dealing with alteration: the similar poly-alteration chal- lenge, where to start, what to do, how to simplify, how to move forward, how to turn jumbled logs and random alteration observations into ore-finding vectors by combining your geochemistry with core observations.
- Fusing geochemistry with structural geology/geophysics.
- Drill hole logging with digital data. Realistic practical solutions are now being offered by service providers to extract multiple datasets by core scanning, generating a wave of new datasets.
Delivery mode: Face to face at the University of Western Australia
Date: 16th July 2021
Cost: Professionals and researchers $450.00, CET members $400.00, Students: $200.00 - The costs per person to attend the workshop includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea.