Integration of Aeromagnetics and Geology Workshop
Magnetic survey coverage is rapidly expanding worldwide but our ability to assimilate these data into exploration programs is not keeping pace. This introductory course aims to enlighten participants on the strengths and weaknesses of potential field methods and to illustrate how best they can be used to progress exploration programs.
Day one is an introductory day designed to inform attendees of the range of applications of aeromagnetic data and the key steps involved in the integration of aeromagnetic data with geology. Participants will be introduced to the concept of mapping geology and structure as expressed in the magnetic response to develop a lithostratigraphic interpretation using aeromagnetic data.
On day two, attendees will work through hands-on exploration and targeting exercises, which form an essential part of the course.
- The spectrum of aeromagnetic applications
- Basic physics
- Integration methodology
- Quantitative and qualitative interpretation
- Case histories from a range of terrane at a range of scales
- Hands-on exploration and targeting exercises
BOOK NOW FOR PERTH WORKSHOP
Date: 13th and 14th November 2023
Venue: Conference Room, Quest Kings Park
AUD$2000 before 3rd November 2023
AUD$2200 after 3rd November 2023
All pricing is ex GST
PRINCIPAL INTERPRETATION GEOSCIENTIST
Holds a PhD in potential field geophysics, with undergraduate specialisations in geology and geophysics. She specialises in the qualitative and quantitative interpretation of magnetic and gravity data. With over 10 years’ working in academia and government, including the CSIRO and NTGS, she has experience in the Proterozoic basins of northern Australia, polydeformed terranes, sediment-hosted minerals systems, and structural geology and mapping. Teagan also lectures in potential field data interpretation to 3rd and 4th year students at Curtin University.
Has over 15 years’ experience in mineral exploration projects in Australia, PNG and further afield. She specialises in the integration and interpretation of magnetic and radiometric data supplemented with gravity, sub-audio magnetic, and seismic data.
She has worked on projects at prospect through to regional scale and uses modelling techniques to provide quantitative metrics for targeting.
Has over 15 years’ experience in exploration, research and development projects. She has worked on mineral exploration and on oil and gas-related projects in Australia, PNG and Indonesia, Africa and Brazil.
She specialises in data integration and interpretation and quantitative data evaluation methods such as modelling and inversion techniques.
Patrick is a dual-qualified geophysicist and geologist with five years’ experience in mining geology and mineral exploration. He has strong experience in the geophysics and geology of structurally hosted gold and base metal deposits across Australia and NZ.
Patrick has worked in all aspects of mineral exploration, from green fields to resource development, in a variety of roles.
Has specialised in aeromagnetic applications since the 1980s. He has conducted major interpretation projects throughout Australia and in Africa, and the Middle East.
He is co-author of the ASEG e-book ‘Geological Interpretation of Aeromagnetic Data’ and has developed and presented courses on this since 1991.