35th IGC Symposia

35th International Geological Congress Symposia

Paper Number Title Presenting Author Sessionsort descending Abstract
1857 Mathematical assumptions of prospectivity modelling with special emphasis on joint conditional independence Mr. Helmut Schaeben T17.11 - Quantitative geoscience data analysis for mineral exploration targeting PDF icon 1857.pdf
3674 Mineral Potential Mapping and Resource Estimation with Artificial Neural Networks: Approaches and Use Cases Mr. Andreas Knobloch T17.11 - Quantitative geoscience data analysis for mineral exploration targeting PDF icon 3674.pdf
122 Quantitative prediction and evaluation of seafloor hydrothermal sulfide resources in the Indian Ocean Prof. Jianping Chen T17.11 - Quantitative geoscience data analysis for mineral exploration targeting PDF icon 122.pdf
3652 Potential mapping with interpolated covariables Mr. Helmut Schaeben T17.11 - Quantitative geoscience data analysis for mineral exploration targeting PDF icon 3652.pdf
4120 Application of a Singular Value Decomposition (SVD) for Identification of Au Anomalies in the Jiaodong Gold Field, Eastern Shandong Peninsula, Eastern China Ms. Luxue Qin T17.12 - Quantitative geoscience data analysis for mineral exploration targeting PDF icon 4120.pdf
5378 Rank Statistical Analysis of Selected South African Gold Endowment Mr. John Paul Hunt T17.12 - Quantitative geoscience data analysis for mineral exploration targeting PDF icon 5378.pdf
4641 Mineral Resource Assessment of Porphyry Cu-Mo Deposits in Gobi Desert Landscape of Eastern Tianshan, China Prof. JIANGUO CHEN T17.12 - Quantitative geoscience data analysis for mineral exploration targeting PDF icon 4641.pdf
2162 3D gravity imaging based on inversion of pseudomagnetic amplitude data Mr. Zelin Li T17.12 - Quantitative geoscience data analysis for mineral exploration targeting PDF icon 2162.pdf
0 Women in Geoscience presentation - sponsored by South32 Noleen Pauls T17.12 - Quantitative geoscience data analysis for mineral exploration targeting
2705 Scale dependence of structural control on gold deposits in Kumasi Basin, Ghana Ms. Bijal Chudasama T17.12 - Quantitative geoscience data analysis for mineral exploration targeting PDF icon 2705.pdf
5664 Women In Geoscience Presentation - Sponsored by South32 T17.12 - Quantitative geoscience data analysis for mineral exploration targeting
2457 Assessment of Geological-geophysical methods for prospecting of chromite deposits in Camagüey province, Cuba Mr. Ruben Gonzalez T17.13 - Quantitative geoscience data analysis for mineral exploration targeting PDF icon 2457.pdf
5331 Towards the resolution of dipping contacts in the Capricorn Orogen using AEM Ms. Sasha Banaszczyk T17.13 - Quantitative geoscience data analysis for mineral exploration targeting PDF icon 5331.pdf
1563 Molybdenum Mines Prospecting Using New Developed MTEM System Professor Qingyun Di T17.13 - Quantitative geoscience data analysis for mineral exploration targeting PDF icon 1563.pdf
4522 Geological analysis of aeromagnetic and gravity data from Eastern Tianshan, China: implications for potential porphyry Cu-Mo polymetallic deposits exploration Dr. Fan Xiao T17.13 - Quantitative geoscience data analysis for mineral exploration targeting PDF icon 4522.pdf
4310 Integrated Exploration Platform: Software Tools for Integrated Multi-Data Interpretation Prof. Eun-Jung Holden T17.13 - Quantitative geoscience data analysis for mineral exploration targeting PDF icon 4310.pdf
907 Mapping mineral potential at continental to regional scales using a mineral systems approach: Ni-Cu-PGE and IOCG systems in Australia Dr. Roger Skirrow T17.14 - The Mineral system approach: the paradigm and future trends PDF icon 907.pdf
5161 Brownfield Exploration as a Strategic Initiative to Extending the Life of Mine Mr. Hendrik Pretorius T17.14 - The Mineral system approach: the paradigm and future trends PDF icon 5161.pdf
5210 The international diamond business: the role of southern African producers in change and consolidation Dr. John Bristow T17.14 - The Mineral system approach: the paradigm and future trends PDF icon 5210.pdf
2127 Deep Cu-Ag deposits – a chance for progress in the copper industry Prof. Stanislaw Speczik T17.14 - The Mineral system approach: the paradigm and future trends PDF icon 2127.pdf
4664 Granite-related rare earth elements prospectivity mapping of the Bushveld Complex, South Africa Dr. Alazar Yosef Billay T17.14 - The Mineral system approach: the paradigm and future trends PDF icon 4664.pdf
5409 What Controls the Formation of Large Surficial Uranium Systems? A comparative study of Langer Heinrich, Namibia and Yeelirrie, Western Australia Ms. Bijal Chudasama T17.14 - The Mineral system approach: the paradigm and future trends PDF icon 5409.pdf
2245 Systematization of deep-sea polymetallic sulfides of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge Svetlana Babaeva T17.14 - The Mineral system approach: the paradigm and future trends PDF icon 2245.pdf
5366 Vanadium, Iron, Titanium and Phosphate mineralisation in the Upper Zone of the Northern Limb of the Bushveld Complex Mr. Troth Saindi T17.2 - Mineral deposit footprints PDF icon 5366.pdf
5053 The “Montaña de Manganeso” Mn deposit, San Luis Potosí, Mexico: mineralizing fluids and deposit typology Mr. Joseph Madondo T17.2 - Mineral deposit footprints PDF icon 5053.pdf
4959 The Groenfontein and Zaaiplaats Tin Deposits – a model for the future of Tin Exploration? Dr. Luke Longridge T17.2 - Mineral deposit footprints PDF icon 4959.pdf
5342 Bisie - World’s Largest and Richest Undeveloped Tin Deposit Ms. Helen Pein T17.2 - Mineral deposit footprints PDF icon 5342.pdf
5211 The Orange and Riet River alluvial diamond deposits in the vicinity of Douglas, Northern Cape Province: geology, evaluation, and exploitation of unique South African large diamond producing deposits Mr Lyndon De Meillon T17.2 - Mineral deposit footprints PDF icon 5211.pdf
5400 Prospectivity mapping of the Bushveld granite-related mineralisation in selected areas, South Africa. Mr. Litshedzani Mutele T17.2 - Mineral deposit footprints PDF icon 5400.pdf
4455 Chemostratigraphy and geochemical vectoring at the Rapla prospect, Rathdowney Trend, Ireland Mr. Oakley Turner T17.2 - Mineral deposit footprints PDF icon 4455.pdf
473 Titaniferous lateritic-bauxite (TLB) capping over Sung Valley Pyroxenite: A host for REE mineralisation (?) in Meghalaya, India Mr. Mohd. Sadiq T17.3 - Greenfields exploration in regolith-dominated terrains PDF icon 473.pdf
960 Identification of concealed geological structures in a Grassland Area in Inner Mongolia, China: A Perspective from Temperature Vegetation Dryness Index Dr. Chengbin Wang T17.3 - Greenfields exploration in regolith-dominated terrains PDF icon 960.pdf
1826 Nanogeochemistry: metal migration mechanism and greenfield exploration in regolith-covered terrains Dr. Xueqiu Wang T17.3 - Greenfields exploration in regolith-dominated terrains PDF icon 1826.pdf
1369 Past and present climate controlling the formation of Zn-(Pb) supergene Nonsulfide ores Prof. Maria Boni T17.3 - Greenfields exploration in regolith-dominated terrains PDF icon 1369.pdf
1317 Mineral exploration in regolith-dominated terrains: considerations, challenges and new approaches Dr. Ignacio Gonzalez-Alvarez T17.3 - Greenfields exploration in regolith-dominated terrains PDF icon 1317.pdf
3466 Geochemical exploration through cover in deeply weathered terrains Dr. Ravi Anand T17.3 - Greenfields exploration in regolith-dominated terrains PDF icon 3466.pdf
4671 New C- and O-isotopic compositions of smithsonite from Skorpion and Rosh Pinah Zn-(Pb) deposits (Namibia): preliminary results and implications Mr. Giuseppe Arfè T17.3 - Greenfields exploration in regolith-dominated terrains PDF icon 4671.pdf
1190 The Zn-Nonsulphides district of Bongarà (Northern Peru) Prof. Maria Boni T17.3 - Greenfields exploration in regolith-dominated terrains PDF icon 1190.pdf
1144 Mineralogy and Osmium Isotope Composition of Placer Platinum Group Element and Gold Grains Recovered from Offshore Southern Namibia: Possible Source Rocks in the Gariep Belt? Dr. Evelyn Mervine T17.4 - Mineral deposit footprints PDF icon 1144.pdf
777 The contribution of bismuth melts to gold mineralization: a case study from the Baolun gold ore deposit in Hainan Province of South China Mr. Deru Xu T17.4 - Mineral deposit footprints PDF icon 777.pdf
5072 Mineral exploration models from simple fiction to complex reality Prof. Reimar Seltmann T17.4 - Mineral deposit footprints PDF icon 5072.pdf
1723 Effect of the gypsum-salt layer oxidation barrier for ore-formation of Iron-Oxide-Apatite and skarn type iron deposits in the Middle-Lower Yangtze River polymetallic ore Belt, China Dr. Yan He Li T17.4 - Mineral deposit footprints PDF icon 1723.pdf
2715 Characterizing behavior of trace elements in source rocks using mathematical modeling Professor Yongzhang Zhou T17.4 - Mineral deposit footprints PDF icon 2715.pdf
2257 Crustal Evolution and Gold Metallogeny in Peninsular India - Studies for Exploration Target Selection Dr. Dhawan Gopal T17.5 - New theories and methods in resources exploration PDF icon 2257.pdf
3007 Regolith mapping and geochemical exploration in the Chapada-Mara Rosa Cu-Au district, Central Brazil Dr. Claudio Porto T17.5 - New theories and methods in resources exploration PDF icon 3007.pdf
1314 Types and genesis of the BIF-hosted high-grade iron ores in China Dr. Houmin Li T17.5 - New theories and methods in resources exploration PDF icon 1314.pdf
2341 Geological and geochemical prospecting models of porphyry Mo deposits in China Dr. Wei Wan T17.5 - New theories and methods in resources exploration PDF icon 2341.pdf
1722 Can drilling fluids be a useful sample media for mineral exploration? Dr. Nathan Reid T17.5 - New theories and methods in resources exploration PDF icon 1722.pdf
5167 Metallogenic Characteristics of the Gangdese and the Bangonghu Copper Metallogenic Belt, Tibet, China Prof. Jin-Hua YE T17.6 - From Ore Deposits to Global Metallogeny: implications for exploration success (Sponsored by IAGOD) PDF icon 5167.pdf
5170 Germany`s Marine Exploration in the Indian Ocean Dr. Ulrich Schwarz-Schampera T17.6 - From Ore Deposits to Global Metallogeny: implications for exploration success (Sponsored by IAGOD) PDF icon 5170.pdf

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