Speaker: Associate Professor Paul Gow, Acting Group Leader - Total Deposit Knowledge, WH Bryan Mining and Geology Research Centre

Summary: The covered areas of northern Australia have great potential for further mineral discoveries, and development of an improved understanding of the subsurface geology and known mineralisation in such areas is an essential step in the exploration process. Four new publications (DIP023-026) have been released in the Warramunga Province mineral deposit series focussing on the Rover field to the southwest of Tennant Creek, NT. The DIPs comprise regional and individual deposit 3D compilations and accompanying atlases undertaken by W.H. Bryan Mining & Geology Research Centre (BRC).
The publications can be downloaded here

Bio: Paul specialises in the utilisation of diverse datasets to better understand the controls on mineral deposit formation and to target discovery and delineation of new mineral resources. Paul has over 20 years’ experience working in mineral exploration and development. He completed a PhD at Monash University and following several years with greenfield gold and copper exploration programs, Paul returned to a Post-Doctoral research position at CSIRO. He then held roles in copper-dominated mineral exploration and development, including District Geologist, Exploration Manager and General Manager for projects in Australia, Brazil and Papua New Guinea. Read full bio


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