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Hamid Mumin – Iron Oxide Copper-Gold Deposits in Genetic Context

  • 18 Apr 2012
  • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Toronto

Hamid Mumin, CIM Distinguished Lecturer and Professor, Department of Geology, Brandon University will give a presentation on

Iron Oxide Copper-Gold Deposits in Genetic Context

Hamid graduated from Geo-Engineering at the University of Toronto in 1985, were he also completed an M.A.Sc. in Economic Geology. He completed a Doctorate degree and Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the University of Western Ontario in 1994. Hamid worked as a mine, exploration and research geologist, and project manager in Canada, Africa and South America, and has participated in a number of resource discoveries and developments. He joined Brandon University in 1995 where he teaches Economic Geology. Hamid has published numerous papers and technical reports on economic geology, and is co-editor of “Ore Mineral Atlas”, the bestselling book of the Geological Association of Canada since 2004, and co-editor of “Exploration for Iron Oxide Copper-Gold Deposits: Canada and World Analogues”. Hamid is a Past-President of Geoscientists Canada, where he tackled the problems of mobility and registration for geoscientists. He remains dedicated to mineral exploration, responsible development, and the geology of mineral deposits.

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