Toronto Geological Discussion Group
Mini-symposium - The Big Bang:
Understanding Magmatic Controls of Mineral Deposits
The mini-symposium brings together current ideas and recent work related to the core controls of individual ore deposits and mineralizing systems. The three deposit types covered in the mini-symposium remain the focus of mining and exploration in Canada.
Experts in each of the three deposit types will specifically address how magmatism influences the architecture of the mineralizing systems and to what extent magmas are the direct source of metal in the deposits. A more applied perspective will also be presented in this mini-symposium by exploration geologists who have integrated and evolved these academic ideas through their own work.
REGISTRATION - REDUCED RATES!!!
Pre-registration is required. The TGDG is happy offer the following discounted rates:
$50 - TGDG members
$70 - Non-members (includes TGDG membership for remainder of 2015-2016 season)
Free - Students (registration and student card required)
Please register online to secure your spot. Space is limited, so book early! Registration closes April 12. Please contact us if you have any issues registering online.
The event will also be broadcast online free of charge, courtesy of Geosoft. You can register for the online broadcast until the day of the symposium.
Tom Hart (Transition Metals)
Recognizing magmatic influences on VMS mineralization for area selection and exploration follow-up
Orogenic Gold Deposits
Bill Stone (Stone Geoscience & Evaluation)
Connections between magmatic architecture and exploration for Ni-Cu-PGE deposits
You can also download the mini- symposium flyer and help share this opportunity with your friends and colleagues!
We look forward to seeing you April 19th. Please contact us if you have any questions.
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