Date: Thursday, December 8, 2022
Time: 1:00pm - 5:30pm MST (UTC-7)
Location: Online using Zoom
This free symposium will consist of four 45-minute lectures, each followed by a moderated 15-minute Q&A session with the audience. The webinar is available at no cost to attendees. Advance registration is required.
The 2022 SEG Distinguished and Traveling Lecturers are providing a virtual symposium showcasing their premier talks and offering a great opportunity for a worldwide audience to engage with them through immersive presentations and interactive discussions. Each lecturer will provide one 45-minute presentation followed by a question and answer session.
The SEG Lecturers are globally recognized individuals that serve as ambassadors for the Society. Lecturers are excellent speakers selected each year based on their significant contributions to the field of economic geology. The SEG Distinguished Lecturer and Traveling Lecturer Programs provide support for the lecturers to present to SEG Student Chapters, universities, and minerals industry events around the world. This symposium will continue the mission of the program to reach a broader audience, especially to students and early career professionals.
|Start Time (MST; UTC-7)
||Welcome and Introductions
||SEG Lecturers Program Overview
||Mike Venter, SEG Vice President for Regional Affairs
||The Global Gold Cycle: How Did it Start?
||Hartwig Frimmel, Thayer Lindsley Visiting Lecturer
||Magmatism Linked to the Formation of High-Grade Epithermal Gold Vein Deposits
||Keiko Hattori, International Exchange Lecturer
||2022 Summary Comments
||Chico Azevedo, 2022 SEG President
||Responsible Critical Minerals: Transforming Mining for the Energy Transition
||Elizabeth Holley, SEG Distinguished Lecturer
||A New Genetic Model for BIF-Hosted Martite-Goethite Ores of the Hamersley Province
||Caroline Perring, Regional Vice President Lecturer
||Upcoming Goals and Initiatives for 2023
||Stuart Simmons, 2022 SEG President-Elect
SEG Distinguished Lecturer
Elizabeth A. Holley
Responsible Critical Minerals: Transforming Mining for the Energy Transition
International Exchange Lecturer
Magmatism Linked to the Formation of High-Grade Epithermal Gold Vein Deposits
Thayer Lindsley Visiting Lecturer
Hartwig E. Frimmel
The Global Gold Cycle: How Did it Start?
Regional Vice President Lecturer
Caroline S. Perring
A New Genetic Model for BIF-Hosted Martite-Goethite Ores of the Hamersley Province
SEG Student, iCRAG
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