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Structural geology controls the majority of economic mineral deposits.
The key to obtaining exploration and mining benefits is to find out the
structural geological controls of those deposits. Bretts work with
exploration and mining companies in numerous tectonic terranes globally
revealed a need for a comprehensive structural geological training
program that could demonstrate the practical application of procedures
and skills at all experience levels. This has resulted in the
compilation of a benchmark training course that has been conducted in
numerous countries. The course demonstrates the pragmatic use of
structural geology skills for mining and exploration at all scales.
Course format The course comprises a series of modules that integrate to provide a logical sequence from basic structural geological processes through to their controls on fluids and development of mineral systems. Modules are given as individual PowerPoint presentations and combine to give two days of presentation and discussion. The format is free-flowing with discussion encouraged throughout.
Who should attend Any field and mine geologists working with mineral systems hosted in deformed rocks. The course serves as a retraining environment and a platform to upskill existing structural geological knowledge.
Brett received a BSc (Hons Class I) from James Cook University (1986)
and then worked as a production geologist at Mt Isa Mines before
completing a structural geology PhD (1992) at James Cook University.
This was followed by six years of applied structural geological
postgraduate research before returning to the minerals industry in 1998.
Since then, Brett has held a number of technical and managerial roles.
Brett is a founder and principal consultant of Orefind, a structural
geological consulting group. He has published extensively in
peer-reviewed journals and currently holds an Adjunct Senior Research
Fellow position at the University of Western Australia.
$1200 CAD early registration (by December 31, 2014 (extended)) | $1500 CAD late registration (after December 31, 2014 (extended))
includes: (2) two full days, shortcourse notes, breaks and lunch daily and participation
Space is limited for all Courses. Register
early to avoid disappointment.
Minimum of 25 participants required by the early
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