- Early Mineralization with High Copper Grades in Porphyry Copper Deposits: Its Characteristics and Its Genetic and Economic Significance.
- Importance of Geological Mapping to Understanding Structure and Ore Genesis at the Greens Creek Massive Sulfide Silver-Gold-Zinc Mine, Alaska, and Some Applications to Exploration and Mining.
- Timing of Sulfide Deposition in Porphyry Copper Deposits and Its Importance in Understanding Sulfide Zoning, with Applications for Exploration and for Genetic Studies.
||Christoph A. Heinrich
- Fluid Evolution and Selective Metal Enrichment in Magmatic-Hydrothermal Cu-Au Ore Systems
- Physical Hydrology and High-Precision Zircon Petrochronology of Porphyry Copper Systems
- Archean Gold: Lode Deposits, Silver Isotopes, Magmatic Degassing, and Early Life on the Kaapvaal Craton
- Cordilleran Polymetallic Deposits as a Deposit Class in Porphyry Systems
- Hydrocarbons and the Genesis of Mississippi Valley-Type Deposits
- Future Supply of Mineral Resources
||John F.H. Thompson
- Changing world—changing exploration (distinguished lecture).
- Magmas and—physical and chemical processes.
- Exploration and innovation.
- The use of trace element contents in ore minerals for exploration, exploitation, and interpretation of Ni-Cu-PGE deposits, chromite deposits and Fe-Ti-V-P deposits.
- Formation of platinum-group element deposits.
- Formation of magmatic Ni-Cu sulfide deposits.
||Exploration and research in different cultures: Challenges and rewards.
||Anthony E. Williams-Jones
||Rare earth element ore genesis—the great unknown.
||Daniel G. Wood
||Crucial challenges to discovery and mining of tomorrow's deeper ore bodies.
||Lawrence M. Cathles, III
||Meeting the resource challenge on an increasingly specialized and populated planet.
||Dr. Craig Hart
- A redox paradigm for intrusion-related gold systems.
- Asia's golden architecture—the tectonic foundations for Asian gold.
||Jonathan M.A. Hronsky
- Self-organised critical systems and ore formation: The key to spatially predictive targeting.
- The case for a greenfields renaissance.
||Cornel E. J. de Ronde
||The Kermadec-Tonga intraoceanic arc: An 8-year odyssey of discovery.
||Stephen F. Cox
||What can stable isotopes tell us about the development of fracture-controlled flow systems: An example from the Taemas area of the Lachlan Orogen, S.E. Australia.
||John J. Gurney
||A global perspective of natural diamond formation—relevance to exploration.
||Robert J. Bodnar
||The role of fluid inclusions in ore genesis research: Yesterday, today and tomorrow.
||Michael P. Martineau
||Lightening the heart of darkness - the rebirth of gold mining in Sub-Saharan Africa
||Marco T. Einaudi
||Sulfidation-Oxidation states of fluids in porphyry copper systems compared with active hydrothermal systems - time-space transitions
||John S. Dow
||Exploration Geology - business and leadership challenges for the future
||Hydrothermal ore-forming systems - new insights from experiments into transport and deposition mechanisms
||Francisco Camus I.
||The CODELCO experience: 10 years of exploration for porphyry copper deposits in the Central Andes
||Ross R. Large
||Tommy B. Thompson
||Porphyry-related carbonate-hosted mantos, Colorado Mineral Belt
||Anthony J. Naldrett
||Spencer R. Titley
||The crustal affinities of metallogenesis in Southwestern North America
||Douglas W. Haynes
||Ore genesis of the Olympic Dam deposit - A Hypothesis
||Robert O. Rye
||The evolution of magmatic fluids in the epithermal environment: the stable isotope perspective
||Richard H. Sillitoe
||Gold and copper metallogeny of the Central Andes
||Werner F. Giggenbach
||Magma degassing and mineral deposition in hydrothermal systems along convergent plate boundaries
||Lewis B. Gustafson
||The importance of structural analysis in gold exploration
||James M. Franklin
||Sea floor hydrothermal activity: implications for preserved massive sulfide deposits
||Paul B. Barton, Jr.
||Diversity among epigenetic ore deposits: processes, systems and styles
||T. Neil Irvine
||Layered intrusions and their ore deposits in a global framework
||John P. Hunt
||Applied geology at Quebrada Blanca and Collahuasi, Chile, and the future of U.S. metal mining
||R. L. Smith
||The concentration patterns of chlorine-fluorine and selected metals in silicic magmas and some thoughts on their genesis
||Exploration practices in Finland
||Uranium metallogenesis in Saskatchewan: Reflections on the role of basement, unconformity and Athabasca Formation
||Zell E. Peterman
||Geochronology and the Archean of the United States
||William H. Callahan
||The history and discovery of the zinc deposits at Elmwood, TN: Concept and Consequences
||Edwin W. Roedder
||Fluid inclusions as a tool in mineral exploration
||Leo J. Miller
||Corporations, ore discovery, and the geologist
||Desmond A. Pretorius
||Domains, temporal and structural, of mineral deposits of Southern Africa
||Duncan R. Derry
||Ore deposition and contemporaneous surfaces
||C. Wayne Burnham
||Water, magmas and porphyry coppers
||Haddon F. King
||Some anitpodean thoughts about ore
||Heinrich D. Holland
||Granites, solutions and base metal deposits
||Frank G. Snyder
||Galena-sphalerite-barite in rocks of Arbuckle-Beekmantown age
||Donald M. Fraser
||Exploration of an iron ore district in Gabon, Africa
||Donald E. White
||Ore forming fluids of various origins
||Charles H. Smith
||The Muskox Project from birth to adolescence
||D. Foster Hewett
||The deposits of stratified manganese oxides and carbonates
||Konrad B. Krauskopf
||The possible role of volatile metal compounds in ore genesis
||Sir Kingsley D. Dunham
||Neptunist concepts in ore genesis