Geoscience is all about collaboration! Join us to hear the latest from geoscience organisations around the world, including North and South America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and more.

Video timestamps:

  • 0:00 - Introduction
  • 3:39 - Rose Turnbull (GNS New Zealand): Critical Minerals in New Zealand - Current State of Understanding and Work in Progress
  • 30:48 - Taro Kamiya (Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation): JOGMEC's Activities and Cobalt Recovery Research in Queensland
  • 53:24 - Pak Hilman (Geological Agency Indonesia): From Mineral Database to Exploration Target
  • 1:16:13 - Lesley Wyborn (Australian National University): OneGeochemistry: Collaborating Globally to Create a FAIR-way to Find and Access Geochemical Data Online
  • 1:39:13 - Simon Michaux (Geological Survey of Finland): Assessments of the Physical Requirements and Minerals to Globally Phase Out Fossil Fuels
  • 2:14:50 - Kari Aslaksen (Geological Survey of Norway): The Role of the Geological Survey of Norway, What We Do and the Mineral Potential of Norway
  • 2:44:29 - Roger Hamburg (Geological Survey of Sweden): Mine Waste Management at the Geological Survey of Sweden
  • 3:15:58 - Garth Graham (United States Geological Survey): Overview of the Tri-National Critical Minerals Mapping Initiative (CMMI) – involving GA, GSC, and the USGS
    • *Garth's presentation is pre-recorded and questions for him are answered by David Huston from Geoscience Australia, who works collaboratively with Garth.

 

 

About GSQ-UQ Webinar Series 2022

Welcome to the 2022 Series of the The Geological Survey of Queensland and The University of Queensland (GSQ-UQ) webinar, a collaborative series of webinar and workshops.

Jointly curated by Professor Rick Valenta, Deputy Director – Production, Sustainable Minerals Institute, and Dr Helen Degeling, Director of Minerals Geoscience for the Geological Survey of Queensland, Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy, the main goal of the series is to find new ways to support the minerals industry in Queensland, think about new techniques, and help define new and exciting targets.

See past webinars from previous years