All SEG Conferences are held in September or October. We hope to see you there so mark your calendars and plan accordingly.
Title: Magmatism of the Earth and Related Strategic Metal Deposits
Location: Miass (Chelyabinsk Region), Russia
The conference aim is providing a platform for researchers and practitioners to exchange emerging ideas and to investigate key issues of geochemistry, petrology, and metallogeny of terrestrial magmatism. Participants can take part in one-day field excursions to the famous ore deposits and geological localities of the Ural Mountains.
The XI International School for young scientists, which will focus on introducing state-of-the-art developments in the field of earth sciences, will be held concurrently with the conference.
Title: SGA 2017: Mineral Resources to Discover
Location: Québec City, Canada
|August 30-September 1||Title: 16th Colombian Geological Congress/3rd Explorer's Symposium|
Location: Santa Maria, Colombia
Colombian Geological Congress will deliver a multidisciplinary technical program where geosciences leaders and professionals will be able to build networks and purchase products and services.
Title: 5th International Conference
Location: Gremyachinsk, Lake Baikal, Russia
5th International Conference: Ultramafic-mafic Complexes: Geology, Structure, Ore Potential
Title: SEG 2017 Conference
Location: Beijing, China
SEG 2017: Ore Deposits of Asia: China and Beyond
Abstract Submission Deadline: March 31, 2017
The Abstract Manager is closed and abstracts are currently under review.
Early Bird Registration Deadline: July 31, 2017
All field trips and workshops are first come, first served - don't delay! Visit www.seg2017.org/registration.html
Title: GSA Annual Meeting
Location: Seattle, WA, USA
Title: SEG Mapping Course
Location: Mineral Park Mine | Ithaca Peak District, AZ, USA
Website: Register Online
This advanced- to professional-level mapping course is offered by the SEG Education and Training Committee. Working at the Mineral Park Cu-Mo porphyry system in northwest Arizona, participants will map at detailed 1:240 to 1:480 scales, with emphasis on mapping veinlet styles, densities, and alteration mineralogy. In-the-field discussions of the geochemistry of porphyry systems and the development of alteration assemblages and associated hypogene and supergene ore minerals will complement our mapping of rock types and mine-scale structures.
Leaders: William X. Chávez, Jr. and Erich U. Peterson
Early Bird Deadline: September 25, 2017
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Title: SEG-SGA-UNESCO Latin American Metallogeny Course
Location: Buenos Aries, Argentina
Lecturer Team: David Cooke, John Hanchar, Colombo Tassinari, and Fernando Tornos.
Registration is open between July 1 - 31, 2017.
Title: 12th Annual Workshop - Ore Deposits Models and Exploration
Location: Changsha, China
Lecture and Laboratory Instructors:
David Cooke, CODES, Australia — porphyries, epithermal
Richard Goldfarb, US Geological Survey, Denver, USA — gold
Dave Leach, US Geological Survey, Denver, USA — MVT, SEDEX
Chusi Li, Indiana University, Bloomington, USA — magmatic Ni, Cr, Pt
Noel White, Consultant, Brisbane, Australia — ore models, VMS
Zhaoshan Chang, James Cook University, Australia — skarns
Huayong Chen, Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, CAS, China — IOCG
Lejun Zhang, CODES, Australia — W-Sn deposits, alteration minerals
For further information, contact Professor Huayong Chen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|November 28-December 1|
Title: SEG-WMS Senior Exploration Management Course
Location: SEG Course Center | Littleton, CO, USA
Website: Register Online
This highly rated four-day training course concerns the principles and practices of effective mineral exploration management. The curriculum covers the broad spectrum of technical and business issues that senior exploration managers typically face.
Early Bird Deadline: November 10, 2017
Title: American Exploration & Mining Association Annual Meeting
Location: Reno, NV, USA
|September 22-25||Title: SEG 2018|
Location: Keystone, CO, USA
SEG 2018: Metals, Minerals, and Society