Student Awards

The SEG 2013 Organizing Committee is pleased to announce the Whistler 2013 Student Awards program, sponsored by SRK Consulting. 

The winners of the SEG 2013 Student Awards were presented at the Farewell Social Event on Friday, September 27th. Cash prizes will be granted to exceptional oral and poster presentations. The winners are:

Best Student Talks

1st Prize: $1,000 Roisin Kyne, University of Tasmania, Australia
Genesis and Structural Architecture of the CSA Cu-Ag Mine, Cobar, NSW, Australia
2nd Prize: $500 Peter MacDonald, Mineral Deposit Research Unit, University of British Columbia, Canada
Magmatic evolution During Flattened Subduction and High-sulfidation epithermal Ore Deposition: Quimsacocha Volcanic Center, Azuay Province, Ecuador
3rd Prize: $300 Jeremy Vaughan, Barrick Gold Corp., USA
From the Outside Looking In: Vectoring Fluid Flow in Carlin-type Gold Deposits Using Light Stable Isotopes

Best Student Posters (1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes awarded each day)

Wednesday Poster Winners:

1st Prize  $500  Abdul Razique, Mineral Deposit Research Unit, University of British Columbia, Canada
Evolution of the Hydrothermal Alteration and Mineralization at the Giant Reko Diq Porphyry Cu-Au Deposit, District Chagai, Balochistan-Pakistan
2nd Prize: $300 Laura R. Katz, Laurentian University, Canada 
The Archean Coté Gold Deposit, Ontario, Canada: A Large Tonnage, Low-Grade Deposit Centred on a 2740 Ma Magmatic-Hydrothermal Diorite Breccia Complex
3rd Prize: $200 Nicola Mondillo, Dipartimento Scienze della Terra, dell’Ambiente e delle Risorse, Italy
The yanque-Dolores Polymetallic District: A Key for exploration in the Andahuaylas-yauri Region (Cuzco, Peru)

Thursday Poster Winners:

1st Prize: $500 Trenton T. Newkirk, University of British Columbia, Canada
Post-Mineralization Exhumation, Weathering, Denudation, and Burial of Carlin-Type Au-Mineralization in the Cortez Hills District, Nevada: Implications for Depth of Formation
2nd Prize: $300 Merilie A. Reynolds, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Alberta, Canada
Trace Fossils in the Red Dog Zn-Pb-Ag Deposits: A new Tool for Understanding the Timing Between Sedimentary Deposition, Diagenesis, and Mineralization
3rd Prize: $200 Esther-Jeanne Bordet, University of British Columbia Mineral Deposit Research Unit, Canada
A Stratigraphic Framework for Late Cretaceous and eocene Au-Ag Mineralization in Central British Columbia 

Friday Poster Winners:

1st Prize: $500 Volker Möller, McGill University, Canada 
Magmatic Controls on the Formation of the nechalacho Rare Metal Deposit (Thor Lake, nWT, Canada)
2nd Prize: $300 Krisztina Pandur, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Allanite and Apatite Compositional Variations and Implications for the Magmatic-Hydrothermal evolution of the Mineralized Veins in the Hoidas Lake Ree Deposit, Saskatchewan
3rd Prize: $200 Irene del Real Contreras, University of British Columbia, Canada
Relationships Between Calc-Alkalic and Alkalic Mineralization at the Southeast Zone (Cu-Mo) and Deerhorn (Cu-Au) Porphyry Deposits: Woodjam Property, Central British Columbia

Congratulations to all winners.

The Student Awards are sponsored by: