Thomas Barnes, Rob Bowell, Devin Sapsford, J. Kofoed, Matthew Dey, Keith Williams, R. Annells, J. Grogan
Project Evaluation

The Malmbjerg (a porphyry granitic ridge) in eastern Greenland hosts a significant world class molybdenum deposit of the ‘Climax’ (high-F low base metals) type. The detailed characterization of the potential of the Malmbjerg deposits to release Acid Rock Drainage (ARD) and Potentially Read more... about The Assessment of the ARD Potential for a 'Climax' Type Porphyry Molybdenum Deposit in a High Arctic Environment

Sergei Sabanov
Mining, Project Evaluation

• Comparison of technical studies
• Geology
• Geotechnics
• Mining
• Hydrogeology
• Processing
• Processing
• Tailings
• Environmental
• Economics
• Types of analysis
• Key problems Read more... about International approaches to mining projects: Due Diligence, Scoping, Pre-Feasibility, Feasibility Studies

Tim Donahoe
Water Management

Integration of multiple characterization programs may require greater investment but such investment adds considerable value Read more... about Integrated Approach to Water Resource Characterization for Mineral Exploration Projects

K Sheerin

Unless you have been living under a rock, you will undoubtedly be aware the Australian mining industry is currently doing it tough. Since late 2012, global commodity prices have fallen, average salaries havedecreased and geologist unemployment has risen sharply. This downturn is nothing abnormal, albeit a more severe version than seen in recent memory. Mining is a boom and bust industry. The high salaries of four years ago were associated with a lack of experienced geologists, fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) rosters and long-term employment uncertainty. Current salaries are reflective of an oversupply of geologists, lack of investment and market uncertainty. Read more... about Employment Longevity in the Mining Industry – A Perspective for New Mining Graduates


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