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Geological Survey of South Australia (GSSA) presentations

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TimeSessionLocationSpeakerTitle
Monday 15 October
11.45 am Technical session 1
3.1.1 Effective exploration and discovery under cover 
Hall E2 Carmen Krapf Promising patterns - Expression of basement structures through cover and their role as potential pathways through South Australia’s critical zone
12.15 pm Technical Session 1
4.7 The National Virtual Core Library
Room R6 Adrian Fabris Spectral logging in skarn systems – Making a difficult task easy
3.30 pm Technical Session 2
1.1.5 Imaging Australia in 3D, 21 years of ANSIR and beyond
Hall E1 Kate Robertson KEYNOTE: Tectonic and metallogenic evolution of South Australia: Insights from 5 years of AusLAMP
4.45 pm Technical Session 2
1.1.5 Imaging Australia in 3D, 21 years of ANSIR and beyond
Hall E1 Stephan Thiel Magnetotelluric imaging of intracontinental deformation zones: Example of the Musgraves Province in Central Australia
4.45 pm Technical Session 2 
4.7 The National Virtual Core Library
Room R6 Alan Mauger Spectral studies from the Kanmantoo Copper Mine, South Australia
Tuesday 16 October – Big Issues and Ideas in Geosciences Day
Wednesday 17 October
10.30 pmTechnical Session 3
3.1.4 Tectonic and earth evolution controls on the spatial and temporal localisation of ore deposits
Hall E2Claire WadeHeterogeneity in the sub-continental lithospheric mantle: Multiple mantle source components identified from ca. 1590 Ma mafic intrusions, Gawler Craton
12.30 pm Technical Session 4
1.1.4 Crustal evolution of Archean Cratons
Hall A Stacey Curtis Some like it hot: Proterozoic reworking of an Archean ‘craton’ driven by high radiogenic heat-producing crust
4.45 pm Technical Session 5
1.1.2 Optimisation and uncertainties in Earth models
Hall A Mark Pawley Tearing the Coompana Province: Was crustal-scale transtension focussed and triggered by transient shortening?
5.00 pm Technical Session 5
1.1.2 Optimisation and uncertainties in Earth models
Hall A Rian Dutch Sampling the anatomy of a continental-oceanic arc system; geochemical evidence for subduction modified lithosphere in the Coompana Province
5.15 pm Technical Session 5
1.1.2 Optimisation and uncertainties in Earth models
Hall A Tom Wise Dropping the bottom LIP: Magmatic processes in an expanded Warakurna LIP
Thursday 18 October
10.45 am Technical Session 6
1.1.7 Advances in volcanology and igneous geochemistry
Hall A Mario Werner The diverse origins of breccias within the Gawler Range Volcanics: lithological characteristics, formation processes and implications for mineral prospectivity
12.15 am Technical Session 7
3.1.1 Effective exploration and discovery under cover
Room R2 Anna Petts Establishing geochemically appropriate sampling media in the critical zone of South Australia – A 4D journey through datasets and geology
3.00 pm Technical Session 8
1.6 Advances in structural, igneous metamorphic and sedimentary geology
Room R1 Anthony Reid Technologies for change: How magnetotellurics, geochronology and drilling have revitalised our view of South Australian geology

GSSA poster presentations

  • The Gawler Craton Airborne Survey.  3 reasons why it is resetting the standard  
    By Laszlo Katona, Clive Foss, Matthew Hutchens, Gary Reed and Mark Baigent
  • Unearthing GSSA history – legacy documents and equipment
    By Wayne Cowley
  • Mapping the world distribution of uranium deposits
    By Martin Fairclough, Jonathan Irvine, Laszlo Katona, William Slimmon
  • Geophysical data in South Australia
    By Philip Heath and Laszlo Katona
  • Scale reduction in MT shines a light on the Olympic domain, South Australia
    By Stephan Thiel
  • Proxies for gold mineralisation using spectral analysis of drill core, an example from the Tunkillia Gold Deposit, South Australia
    By Georgina Gordon
  • The role of a Geological Survey in providing a platform for geotourism and geoheritage and its delivery to the world
    By Carmen Krapf, Wayne Cowley and Christie Gerrard