|Title:||Geophysics; Creating Wealth and Reducing Risk through the Mineral Cycle|
KEN WITHERLY (co-chair), Condor Consulting, Inc., email@example.com
|Fees:||By March 1, 2006. $295 Member, $395 Nonmember, $150 Student|
This one-day workshop will examine how the application of geophysical technology can be managed to aid in the generation of wealth and the reduction of risk through the entire cycle of the minerals exploitation business. Traditionally, exploration managers perceived that the main value of geophysical technology was at the front-end of the process typically finding anomalies to then be pursued as possible new deposits, usually in greenfields settings. In the last 20 years, a number of groups have come to regard geophysical technology as a means to add value and reduce risk at all stages of the minerals cycle: exploration, mining, and subsequent site remediation and monitoring.
The workshop will feature presentations by leaders in the industry who will outline how geophysical technology is being used to: