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The Nature & Genesis of Uranium Deposits in Australia, Canada & Worldwide: insights from the new & improved Geological Tools/Technology

Since the 2002 International Uranium Workshop in Prague, Czech Republic and the Uranium Geochemistry 2003 Conference in Nancy, France, major advances have taken place in uranium research. These advances have taken place because of new ideas and technologies developed before/during the recent worldwide exploration boom, and have provided researchers and exploration geologists with the ability to quantify genesis models for all types of ore deposits, including uranium. The purpose of this short course is to highlight new applied research that has been developed over the last 10-12 years and integrated successfully into regional to prospect-scale exploration technologies for uranium. The short course will begin with presentations on genetic models for the major types of uranium deposits in Australia, Canada and worldwide, followed by new geological exploration technologies/tools and refined/new strategies for uranium exploration.

 

Leaders:

Irvine R. Annesley (JNR Resourses Inc.) and Michel Cuney (CNRS/CREGU)

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Date:

15th-16th August - 2 day course

Cost: full fee $700.00 ; student $300.00

Payment via the registration form

Location:

James Cook University, Townsville

Maximum 55-60

Minimum  30-35

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