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Structure and Architecture

The CET Structure and Architecture research group work towards integrated understanding of the ways in which geological structures and fabrics influence the development and character of mineralisation on all scales.

Such fundamental geometric characteristics play a critical role in the genesis of ore systems, and alongside their world-leading research, the Structure and Architecture team works with industry in exploring for and maximising the value of deposits.

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    A Social License to Undertake Research

    Modern research science is a capital-intensive industry. Scientific resources and agencies are concentrated in wealthy developed nations with the economic and infrastructure base to support such fundamental endeavours. Nature, however, respects no such distinctions - and we com...

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Geoscience for Discovery at the Society for Economic Geologist (SEG) Conference in Whistler

by User Not Found | Sep 03, 2013

Nuru Said and Ph.D. student Dave Stevenson will be representing the CET this year at the SEG conference in picturesque Whistler, Canada. In addition to liaising with industry and academic colleagues at the meeting, both researchers will be offering poster presentations on their ongoing activities at the CET. Dr Said will be discussing his geochemical work on the Kambalda Sequence and its implications for plume interaction with the Yilgarn continental lithosphere at 2.7 Ga, with Dave presenting progress on his  integrated analysis of the Trans-Tanami Fault in Western Australia.

Both presentations will be on display in the poster session on Wednesday 26th September, where Nuru and Dave will be available to explain and defend their work.

For session details and schedules please go direct to the SEG website.