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SES Seminar Series

Dates: 01 Jan – 31 Dec, 2017

The next presenter in the series for 2017 is on the 21st September by Marco Fiorentini with a seminar entitled “Post-collisional alkaline magmatism as gateway for metal and sulfur enrichment of the continental lower crust".

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Exploration ‘17 - 3D Geological Modelling Workshop

Dates: 21 – 25 Oct, 2017

This workshop will introduce industry, government and research end-users to the latest developments in 3D geological modelling and inversion, with particular reference to new workflows that enable us to characterise and analyse geological uncertainty in 3D. The workshop will introduce the basics of 3D geological modelling and uncertainty analysis using implicit modelling codes. Workshop participants will have the opportunity to use first-hand these techniques applied to the 3D geology of a complexly deformed terrain. The transfer of geological uncertainty into geophysical inversion codes will be presented as an example of using knowledge on uncertainty to downstream applications.

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Third CCFS Lithosphere Dynamics Workshop

Dates: 05 – 06 Nov, 2017

Understanding the dynamics of the continental crust, mantle lithosphere and their interaction with the asthenosphere is fundamental for explaining the evolution of the Australian continent and the processes that led to its formation and todays state. Continental lithosphere geodynamics stands as an intriguing and controversial issue and currently represents a barrier in expanding our understanding of how the Earth evolved through time. The remarkable progress in the acquisition of geological, geophysical and petro-chemical data for the continental lithosphere around the globe brings us to a third round of Lithosphere Workshops.

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Specialist Group in Tectonics and Structural Geology (SGTSG) Biennial Meeting

Dates: 08 – 12 Nov, 2017 | Location: Denmark Riverside Club

The conference aims to bring together the research community in structural geology and tectonics within Australia and internationally to discuss the latest research and developments in these fields.

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