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Spectral geology: Fundamentals, recent advances and case histories

DATE
Wednesday, March 6, 2019
LOCATION
Room 801A
Organizer: Spectral Geology and Remote Sensing Consulting
Time
Session
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Spectral geology: Fundamentals, recent advances and case histories

Over the past decade, spectral geology has seen increased application in all stages of mineral exploration, and in geometallurgy and geotechnical engineering. This course will bring subject matter experts to review the fundamental capabilities and limitations of infrared spectral technologies for core logging, outcrop and pit high wall mapping; practical considerations such as sampling, field workflow and QAQC; as well as recent advances and case histories of field applications. It is intended for exploration geologists, geochemists, metallurgists, mining engineers, exploration managers as well as students and researchers.

PRESENTERS:
Xiaodong Zhou, Spectral Geology and Remote Sensing Consulting
Phil Harris, TerraCore Geospectral Imaging
Cassady Harraden, Corescan Pty Ltd
Sasha Pontual, AusSpec International
David Coulter, Spectral Xplorer

LEVEL OF COMPREHENSION: ENTRY-LEVEL, INTERMEDIATE

COURSE FEE: Includes course material, hot buffet breakfast, 3 course lunch and refreshments

Regular rate:
Member $699.99  Non-member $799.99
Student $229.99
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