|February 7-10||Title: Mining Leadership Program|
Location: Tucson, AZ, USA
The University of Arizona Lowell Institute for Mineral Resources and Vanto Group are jointly sponsoring a Mining Leadership Program. The inaugural offering of the four-day program "Leadership: Inventing the Future, A Breakthrough Leadership Program for the Mining Industry and Its Stakeholders," will be led by executives of the Vanto Group.
Visit the IMR website to download the Information Packet containing detailed event and registration information.
|February 21-23||Title: Gold17@Rotorua|
Location: Rotorua, New Zealand
An international symposium in the heartland of the active hydrothermal systems of the Taupo Volcanic Zone.
With its thermal springs and geothermal systems representing active examples of epithermal gold processes, Rotorua is the perfect location for the Gold17 Symposium in February 2017. The conference is being convened jointly by the Australian Institute of Geoscientists (AIG) and Geoscientists Symposia. It continues the regular series of gold events that commenced with Gold82 in Zimbabwe and was followed by meetings in southern Africa, Australia and the Americas. Symposium sponsors include OceanaGold, the AusIMM, GNS Science and NZ Petroleum and Minerals.
|September 2-9||Title: IAMG2017|
Location: Esplanade Hotel Fremantle, Western Australia
On behalf of the International Association for Mathematical Geosciences (IAMG), you are invited to participate in the 18th Annual Conference, IAMG2017. The conference will be held in the historic port city of Fremantle in Western Australia.
The aim of the conference is to promote the advancement of mathematics, statistics and informatics in the geosciences. Areas of geoscience application include studies of the Earth, its natural resources and the environment.
Visit the conference website to learn more.
|September 25-28||Title: granites2017@benalla|
Location: Benalla, Victoria, Australia
This conference, held in Benalla in September 2017, will bring together granite experts from around the world, from universities and industry in Australia, plus many who have worked on the iconic White and Chappell granite terrains of south-east Australia.
In collaboration with the Geological Society of Australia specialist group, there will be lecture sessions dedicated to non-granite igneous rocks, and another session will be for local non-specialist scientists interested in their country 'backyards'. That 'backyard' is in fact the Strathbogie Ranges comprised of the cordierite-bearing Strathbogie granite and Violet Town Volcanic Complex. Field trips will include the new ideas evolving through current field work and laboratory studies in Australian universities and South Africa.