- Europe & Africa session: Thursday, August 11, 2022 04:30 AM EDT | 2 hours
- Americas session: Thursday, August 11, 2022 2:00 PM EDT | 2 hours
By 2024 the Australian Government will have invested $225 million in an unprecedented level of precompetitive geoscience data acquisition and knowledge generation. Led by Australia’s national geoscience organisation, Geoscience Australia, the program is gathering and analysing geological, geochemical and geophysical data. Results are publicly available and are informing decision-making and investment in Australia’s resources sector to deliver a reliable pipeline of resources for the world.
The Exploring for the Future International Showcase will provide an overview of the program’s impact and will share scientific advancements made to date, through a series of short talks and a question and answer session. At its heart, the program is stimulating industry today by delivering an improved understanding of Australia’s potential minerals, energy, and groundwater resources.
More information is available on the website (www.ga.gov.au/eftf) and you can access the vast array of datasets and decision support tools developed by the program through the Data Discovery portal (https://portal.ga.gov.au/persona/eftf).
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Presenters and topics
- Welcome and introductory remarks, Dr. Karol Czarnota
- Value of precompetitive geoscience, Dr. Andrew Heap
- Big data acquisition, tools and the portal, Dr. Laura Gow
- Uncovering resource potential: Tennant Creek to Mount Isa, Dr. Geoff Fraser
- Advancing mineral systems science, Dr. Arianne Ford
- Hydrogen and green steel potential, Dr. Andrew Feitz
The presentations will be followed with a moderated discussion between the presenters and event attendees.
All sessions will be conducted in English with live captioning in French, Spanish, Portuguese, Indonesian, Modern Chinese, and Hindi.
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This event is organized by Geoscience Australia and hosted by the American Geosciences Institute