Exploration in the House 2011 technical talks
The Geological Survey's annual event, Exploration in the House was held at Parliament House on June 8, 2011.
Minister for Resources and Energy, Chris Hartcher (pictured right) welcomed more than 120 mineral explorers from across Australia to NSW Parliament.
The Exploration in the House annual seminar discussed the latest exploration opportunities in NSW, as well as the most recent outcomes arising out of the NSW New Frontiers exploration initiative, especially in under-explored areas of NSW.
Selected talks can be download as pdfs below.
|David Robson||Exploring New South Wales - new thinking, new ideas||1.84 Mb|
|Dick Glen||Opportunities along the Peel Fault system||1.71 Mb|
|David Forster & Peter Downes||Towards a greater understanding of the mineral systems of New South Wales||0.67 Mb|
|Cameron Quinn||Kiandra mapping - new mapping, new insights||3.54 Mb|
|Trisha Moriarty||On-line services||1.24 Mb|
|Stephen Dick||Why build a Statewide 3D model of the basement?||0.98 Mb|
|Liann Deyssing||Mineralised Silurian basins of the South East Lachlan||1.12 Mb|
|Stephen Trigg||Geological & mineralisation insights into the northern Central Lachlan, recent & current mapping||1.65 Mb|
|Bob Musgrave||Geophysical evidence for Besshi-style mineralisation in the Kars Belt||2.09 Mb|