SEG Student Chapter Field Trip Videos

All SEG Student Chapters and other sponsored student groups are encouraged to record technical aspects of their field trips. Videos should preferably focus on the geology of world-class ore deposits, or deposits/terrains that are significant in some way related to economic geology. Content should capture field views (including open pits and underground), close-ups of rocks (lithologic units, typical alteration, and mineralization), interviews with mine geologists, participants, etc., in a systematic fashion, such that other students and all economic geologists can learn about the geology and mining of related deposits.

Accepted videos will be uploaded and archived on the SEG YouTube Channel, highlighted here, and shared on social media.

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UBC-SEG International Field Trip to Peru and Bolivia (2019)

This field trip took place May 2-19, 2019, and was organized/led by Xueya Lu and Julian Manco. Participants included eight M.Sc. and Ph.D. students (from Department of Earth Ocean Atmosphere and Science, University of British Columbia) and 10 industry members.

Sponsors included industry individuals as well as Mineral deposit Research Unit (MDRU), Association of Mineral Exploration (AME), Brawshaw Research Initiative For Research & Mining (BRIMM), and Seequent Limited.

 

Mines visited during the trip including Raul Condestable Mine, Cerro Lindo Mine, Marcona Mine, Cerro Verde Mine, Cuajone Mine, Cerro Rico Mine, San Cristobal Mine, and Salar de Uyuni Operations.

 

For more information, visit the SEG Student Chapter's Facebook page at www.facebook.com/UBCSEGStudentChapter

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Requirements

  • Videos should be around 5 minutes and full resolution (at least 720p).
  • Provide a succinct title, 6 words or less.
  • Provide a short but detailed description (think about keywords and how people might search for your video).
  • Provide a PDF with maps and sections, etc., to be made available with the video.

Submission

Upload your video and PDF to either Dropbox, Google Drive, or Box and send the link to students@segweb.org. Each video will be reviewed by someone recommended by SEG.

Contact students@segweb.org if you have any questions or special requirements.