35th IGC Abstracts

35th International Geological Congress35th International Geological Congress Abstracts

Paper Number Title Presenting Author Sessionsort descending Abstract
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
1084 Application of the pattern recognition technique to locate subsurface magnetic anomaly Mr. John Stephen Kayode T17.11 - Quantitative geoscience data analysis for mineral exploration targeting PDF icon 1084.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
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
0 Women in Geoscience presentation - sponsored by South32 Noleen Pauls T17.12 - Quantitative geoscience data analysis for mineral exploration targeting
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
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
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
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
5664 Women In Geoscience Presentation - Sponsored by South32 T17.12 - Quantitative geoscience data analysis for mineral exploration targeting
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
4455 Chemostratigraphy and geochemical vectoring at the Rapla prospect, Rathdowney Trend, Ireland Mr. Oakley Turner T17.2 - Mineral deposit footprints PDF icon 4455.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
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
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
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
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
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
1190 The Zn-Nonsulphides district of Bongarà (Northern Peru) Prof. Maria Boni T17.3 - Greenfields exploration in regolith-dominated terrains PDF icon 1190.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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
5412 Remote estimation of dielectric properties of palaeochannel-fill sediments in Tubas Area, Namibia: implications for surficial uranium exploration Ms. Sanchari Thakur T17.6 - From Ore Deposits to Global Metallogeny: implications for exploration success (Sponsored by IAGOD) PDF icon 5412.pdf
3900 Petrogenesis of Cu-Ag Skarn Mineralization at the McKenzie Gulch Area Northern New Brunswick: Relating Dike Swarms Emplacement and Skarn Evolution Using LA-ICP-MS U-Pb Zircon and Titanite Dating Techniques Mr. Ronald Massawe T17.6 - From Ore Deposits to Global Metallogeny: implications for exploration success (Sponsored by IAGOD) PDF icon 3900.pdf

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