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Lecture by Dr. David Holwell,University of Leicester, UK.

Tellurium as a tracer of metal and volatile fertilisation of the lithosphere and the formation of giant Au-Te deposits.
 
The School of Earth Sciences and the SEG-UWA Student Chapter are pleased to invite you to a Lecture on Wednesday 21st February, 2018 at the Woolnough Lecture Theatre presented by visiting Dr. David Holwell on the use of Te to elucidate the pathway of Au through the lithosphere.
He will present us their findings on how Ni-Cu-PGE-Au sulphides in the lower crust are genetically related to upper crustal porphyry Cu and epithermal Au systems, effectively forming a trans-lithospheric metallogenic continuum.

More information on the Lecture flyer 

You are invited to join us afterwards for refreshments provided for sale by our SEG-UWA Student Chapter in the Resource Room, Robert Street Building.

Event Details

  • Dates: 21 – 21 Feb, 2018
  • Location: Crawley, Western Australia, Australia
  • Address: 35 Stirling Hwy