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Mini-Symposium – Applied Earth Modelling: Better Targeting Using 3D Exploration

  • 21 Nov 2013
  • 1:00 PM - 6:30 PM
  • East Common Room, Hart House, 7 Hart House Circle, University of Toronto, ON M5S 3H3 (between Museum and Queen’s Park subway stations, west of Queen’s Park Circle)

Registration

  • Follow link in "Registration for Online Broadcast Only" section to the right or go to: http://ww2.geosoft.com/2013Seminar21Nov.TGDG.Registertoattend.html in order to sign up for the broadcast.

Registration is closed

THANK YOU FOR REGISTERING, WE HAVE REACHED MAXIMUM CAPACITY. THERE WILL BE NO REGISTRATION THE DAY OF. 

ANYONE INTERESTED IN VIEWING THE SYMPOSIUM THAT HAS NOT REGISTERED IS ENCOURAGED TO SIGN UP FOR THE FREE ONLINE BROADCAST. SEE DETAILS BELOW.


The TGDG, in collaboration with the SEG Student Chapter of the University of Toronto are pleased to present a mini-symposium on Applied Earth Modelling: Better Targeting Using 3D Exploration. This mini-symposium will feature a variety of exciting talks from industry leaders, and will be followed by a networking event. In addition, a portion of this event will be broadcast online FREE of charge. Please see event details below (or download the mini-symposium flyer). 


Registration:

Pre-registration is required for this symposium. Please complete your registration online to secure your spot. Space is limited, so book early! Please contact us if you have any issues registering online. 

Note that registration closes November 15. There will be no refunds for no shows, to receive a refund the TGDG needs to be notified prior to November 15. 


 

Registration for Online Broadcast only:

A portion of this event (13:00-16:30 pm) will be broadcast online and recorded for future viewing FREE of charge. Register for FREE online. This event broadcast is made possible through Geosoft.

 

Agenda:

12:30 pm  Doors open and late registration. (Avoid surcharge at the door by registering online!).

13:00 pm Introduction

13:15 pm Ian MacLeod (Geosoft) – Applied earth modelling: reducing risk in exploration targeting

14:00 pm Alan King (Geoscience North) – 3D modelling, data integration, and analysis: the keys to enhanced exploration

14:30 pm Bruce McMonnies (BEM Geoscience Inc.) – Multi-disciplinary 3D data integration project at Snow Lake (Chisel Basin)

15:00 pm Coffee break 

15:30 pm Bill Pearson (Coastal Gold) – Enhanced exploration targeting at Hope Brook, Newfoundland: application of multi-disciplinary industry academic investigations

16:00 pm John McGaughey (Mira Geoscience) – Discovery through 3D targeting: case study successes from regional to in-mine

16:30pm Vince Gerrie (DGI Geoscience) – Quantitatively linking the geosciences via in-situ physical rock property measurements and borehole imaging

17:00pm Jason Dunning (Alamos Gold) – Terra Incognita: Taking Alamos Gold from 2D exploration to 3D exploration

17:30 pm Closing Remarks

17:30 - 18:30 pm Networking and refreshments at Hart House 


We look forward to seeing you November 21st. Please contact us if you have any questions.  


Download the mini-symposium flyer!

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This event is graciously sponsored by Geosoft and Mira Geoscience.





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