1:00 PM    Frank Santaguida (Symposium leader)
Introduction and overview
1:15 PM Harold Gibson (Laurentian University)
KEYNOTE: The role of synvolcanic faults and intrusions in the development of VMS districts
2:00 PM Tom Hart (Transition Metals)
Recognizing magmatic influences on VMS mineralization for area selection and exploration follow-up
2:15 PM Discussion - VMS deposits
2:30 PM Howard Poulsen (GSC Emeritus)
KEYNOTE: Magmatism and orogenic gold
3:15 PM Break
3:45 PM Ross Sherlock (Kinross)
Magmatic-orogenic link in gold deposits: Practical exploration implications
4:00 PM Discussion - gold deposits
4:15 PM Peter Lightfoot & Dawn Evans-Lamswood (Vale)
KEYNOTE: Magma chamber geometry and the localization of Ni-Cu-(PGE) sulphide mineralization: Global examples and exploration implications
5:00 PM Bill Stone (Stone Geoscience & Evaluation)
Connections between magmatic architecture and exploration for Ni-Cu-PGE deposits
5:15 PM Discussion - Ni-Cu-PGE deposits

TGDG Mini-Symposium: The Big Bang - Understanding the magmatic controls of mineral deposits

Tuesday, April 19, 2016 | 1:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Toronto EDT(GMT - 4 Hours)

TGDG is pleased to present this mini-symposium featuring a variety of exciting talks from industry leaders. Geosoft is the technology sponsor for the online portion of this event.

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