Remembering Dave Clappison
Dr Roger Taylor - 25th to 29th November - North Adelaide
From the Flyer: "...not for spruiking the share price.....camaraderie, not networking.....enjoying the company of people interested in geology." Great excursions: Mt Bischoff - Sheffield - Stormont - Firetower - Kara. Check it out, great value at $160!Accommodation booking form for Cradle Mountain Chateau Presentation .ppt's coming soon! Saint Barbara's Day Lunch Notice The Orchard Tavern, 455 Victoria Street, Chatswood
The WIMnet NSW Committee invited you to attend: WIMnet NSW Networking Lunch They were privileged to have Donna Frater, Principal Geologist, BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance and past WIMnet Chair, to speak on the day about her career in the mining industry, the role of groups like WIMnet and the MCA in supporting female participation in the industry, and her thoughts on the recent MCA Gender Diversity white paper. Donna chaired the MCA Workforce Gender Diversity Review Reference Group that oversaw the production of the white paper in June of this year summarising the state of diversity in the mining industry and recommending recommended initiatives for improving gender diversity in the industry. There was an opportunity to network with your industry peers. Date: Friday 25 October 2013 Time: 12:15 – 2pm Venue: E&Y Level 33, 680 George St, SYDNEY Cost: $20 per person (Includes Lunch) For further information please click here WIMnet looked forward to welcoming you at this event. Kind regards, The WIMnet NSW Committee
The AusIMM Sydney Branch Committee would like to invite you to attend The AusIMM Metallurgical Society and AusIMM Sydney Branch G D Delprat Distinguished Lecture Series Professor Graeme Jameson Inventor of the Jameson Cell- the most financially successful Australian invention in three decades Come and meet one of Australia's mineral processing icons! Registrations were open for the AusIMM Metallurgical Society and AusIMM Sydney Branch G D Delprat Distinguished Lecture Series featuring Professor Graeme Jameson, University of Newcastle who will be presenting Size Matters – Coarse and Quick Flotation Can Reduce Costs. Date: Thursday 3 October 2013 Time: 5:15pm for 5:45pm start Venue: Royal Exchange of Sydney, 1 Gresham St SYDNEY Cost: Free to attend Info for this event, please click here For more information regarding this event, please click here
Greg Mortimer's Dinner Presentation Pictures - Everest, K2 and Antarctica Ken Maiden (SMEDG-AIG Poet Laureate) Poetic Summation Pre-Conference Tour - Copper Hill Photos Roger's Pics Kim's Pics MINES & WINES 2010 - PRESENTATIONS
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The ASEG and PESA 23rd International Geophysical Conference and Exhibition will be held in Melbourne from August 11th to 14th, 2013. The theme for the conference is "The Eureka Moment" – capturing ASEG's and PESA's quest for discovery, insight and learning, but also with a sub-contextual nod to the golden riches of Victoria's past. Details at:http://www.aseg-pesa2013.com.au/
The NSW Mineral Exploration & Investment Conference is a biennial event that the Department has organised since 1993. The conference was held on Wednesday 17 and Thursday 18 July 2013 at the Novotel Sydney Brighton Beach. For information contact: Vince Fallico | Project Officer | Industry Coordination | Division of Resources and Energy| T: 02 8281 7340| F: 02 8281 7452 | M: 0447 828 551 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Friday 5th July, 2013 Feasted on gourmet food, downed a few ales and sipped on wine aboard the 'MV Proclaim'!
Boarded at McMahons Point Wharf 12.50pm Departed at 1.00pm for Opera House Returned at 5.00pm; a happy gang retired to the Blues Point Hotel for some cleansing ales..... For further details, please refer to the flyer.PICTURES MORE PICTURES
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The AusIMM Geoscience Society Distinguished Lecture SeriesAusIMM Geoscience Society Distinguished Lecture Series featured Neil Phillips, who presented "Exploration for gold: the different consequences of multiple discoveries or lack of success".
Date: Thursday 16 May 2013 Time: 5:15pm for 5:45pm start Venue: Royal Exchange of Sydney 1 Gresham St SYDNEYExploration in the House
Location: Parliament House Theatrette, Macquarie Street, Sydney Date: Tueday 18th June 2013 Time: 1.00 pm to 6 pm
Complimentary but registration is required - see page 2 of notice This is a very worthwhile event and fully supported by SMEDG Poster viewing & Light refreshments served in the foyer until 6pm Exploration in the House - Program & Registration 6:15pm ---- Meal at Thai on 1, NSW Leagues Club, 165 Phillip Street, Sydney Enquiries: Lynn Fletcher +61 2 4931 6714
We have lost one of the champions of Regolith GeoscienceKeith Scott - Funeral Notice for Thursday, 2nd May, 2013 Australian Regolith Geoscientists Association pays tribute to Keith
invites you to an interactive presentation on Unconscious Bias versus Ingrained Habits led by Simon Corcoran, Project Delivery and Diversity Leader, Australia and Diversity Leader Asia Pacific in PricewaterhouseCoopers' Human Capital group. This workshop, which is free to attend (sponsored by PwC), is intended for all (male and female) who have an interest in promoting diversity in the workplace and developing an inclusive culture. Thursday, 2nd May, 2:30 - 5:30 pm, PwC offices, Sussex StreetRegister Here if you wish to attend Hunter Earth Sciences Discussion Group (HEDG) The next HEDG presentation will be next Tuesday 7th May 2013, at Customs House Newcastle. Drinks and nibbles at the bar at 6 pm, with the talks to start at 6.30 pm. There will be 3 short presentations on coastal geology and geomorphology - mapping and applications. Abstracts and speaker bios are in the Flyer
National coastal geomorphic information framework (Martyn Hazelwood, Geoscience Australia)
NSW coastal Quaternary mapping project (Alexa Troedson, ex Geological Survey of NSW)
Coastal and estuary mapping and management (Verity Rollason)
18-22 March 2013 School of Earth Sciences, University of Melbourne
This will be a 5-day course of lectures, practical sessions and a field trip, devoted to the Geology of Gold.