ALS Laboratory Group Innov-X Systems Hellman & Schofield AMEC
Sydney’s only St. Barbara’s Day Lunch
Bangkok Sidewalk Restaurant (BYOG) Cnr. Broughton & Fitzroy Streets, Kirribilli 12:15 pm, Friday, 4 December 2009
5:00 p.m. 13th November, 2009 Cobar Bowling Club – All Welcome – BBQ at 7:30pm
Friday 6 November 2009 10AM – 4PM + Happy Hour Rugby Club,Rugby Place,Sydney The New South Wales Branch of the AIG and SMEDG hosted a practical workshop on the use of handheld XRF instruments for mineral exploration, mining and environmental monitoring.
XRF Workshop Presentations – click here Registration Form Details here in the Flyer
The BHEI 2009 conference was held at the Broken Hill Entertainment Centre, 29 September – 1 October, 2009. The conference showcased new insights into exploration geoscience in the Curnamona Province and adjacent areas. This conference brought together geoscientists from government, industry and academia with an interest in the Broken Hill environs, the Curnamona Province, and adjacent regions. Details of the conference here, evolving program and related excursions will be posted as they become available.
For further information see
New Exploration Technologies
Many thanks to our Major Sponsors New Technology Symposium 2009
Morning Tea: ALS Chemex Dinner: Golden Cross Resources
Exhibitors: NSWDPI CSIRO Fugro Alpha Geoscience Geomole Innov-X PBBI ~ Pitney Bowes Business Insight (formerly Encom and Mapinfo)
Dinner $65 Finger Food & Drinks on a four-hour Sydney Harbour Cruise on board Rosman Ferries’ delightful M.V. Proclaim. Students: $30
Kirribilli Club and Cruise Wharf Location and Directions
An excellent time was had by all Bookings Here, practice for the next one…
Students only $20!
The January to April 2009 Issue of the SGEG Newsletter is now available online in the News area at SGEG Newsletter Here Content:· Message from the Chair· Lead article I: Geological models in epithermal-porphyry exploration (by Greg Corbett)· Lead article II: Detailed structural analysis of magnetic data – done quickly and objectively (by Dan Core et al)· Winner of the AB Edwards Medal 2008· SGEG 2009 Student Bursaries· 10th Biennial Meeting of the SGA From Dr Oliver Kreuzer
Key Sponsor – New South Wales Department of Primary Industry New Frontiers Initiative.
Thursday 10th March, 2009
Our thanks to Barrick Gold Corporation Newmont Australia, AngloGold Ashanti Silver Standard – Terra Search – Geos Mining – Encom – Australian X-Ray Tubes – Austpac Resources – CSIRO – Innov-X Systems Australia
Symposium details, Links to Sponsors and Terry Leach Memorabilia
“Human Induced Climate Change: A Load of Hot Air”
at the Sydney Mining Club, November 2008.