IAGOD Adelaide 2010


The International Association on the Genesis of
Ore Deposits (IAGOD)
will be holding its 13th Quadrennial
Symposium for the first time Down-Under, in Adelaide, South Australia. This is
a great change to highlight research and work on Australian ore deposits, new
exploration technologies, and new prospects and discoveries.


The themes for
this conference are highly diverse and cover both specific ore deposit type
themes and regional themes including:


Specific themes: giant ore
deposits; magmatic and volcanic hosted ore deposits; residual and placer
deposits; Mineralogy – from exploration to beneficiation; New geophysical and
geochemical exploration technologies; gem deposits; New Energy (i.e. hot rock,
nuclear, geothermal); and Present-day mineralising systems.


Australian regions:  South Australia, New South Wales, Victoria,
Tasmania, Queensland, Northern territory, Western Australia.


World regions:  New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and the Pacific
Islands; SE Asia, Russia and Central Asia; China and East Asia; Europe; Africa
and Madagascar; Central and South America; North America; Near East, Middle
East and Arabia; South Asia


Venue:  Adelaide Convention Centre


Dates:  Tuesday 6th April to Friday 9th April


Website:  http://www.alloccasionsgroup.com/IAGOD2010


There will be an exhibition area open
during the conference. Enquiries for booths should be directed to Amanda:   amanda@aomevents.com


If you are
interested in sponsoring this event in any way, we have sponsorship packages
available across a wide range of categories and value. For this package, please
contact Amanda:  amanda@aomevents.com


fieldtrips:  these include: a trip across
New South Wales, looking at the range of mineral deposits associated with the
Tasman Orogen and arriving in Adelaide a few days
before the conference begins; a trip by camel across the Flinders Ranges; a
trip to the Olympic Dam deposit.


Icebreaker:  South Australian Museum


Conference Dinner:  Adelaide Zoo


If you wish to have further details, then contact Ian
Graham (UNSW) on