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Integrated Exploration Targeting

Drawing on the breadth of experience and talent within the CET, we can design integrated research programmes across disciplines and commodity specialisation to address practical problems in exploration targeting at any scale - from greenfields strategy to ore shoot characterisation and prediction. Our specialist teams work together to provide practical solutions to meet the challenges facing the modern exploration industry.

Projects can be pursued across a range of commodities in response to industry demand and strategic alignment with ongoing research streams at the Centre. Research outcomes and expertise are combined to provide:

  • comprehensive understanding of the 4D evolution of host terrains,

  • the position of the respective mineral systems within this framework,

  • the extraction of mappable criteria that can be applied to exploration strategies within a business risk framework at all scales, and

  • the development of tools and techniques to more effectively target major mineral deposits.

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  • 28 February 2014

    The ongoing search for Hadean crust on Earth

    The familiar concentric layer cake structure of the Earth depicted in textbooks formed within a few hundred million years of the accretion of the planet. This is when the metallic core segregated, the oceans condensed, the atmosphere outgassed and the first rocky crust formed....

    Tony Kemp

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Research Scholarship

by User Not Found | Apr 17, 2015
University of WA student Cameron Adams, who plans to study the relationship between positive magnetic anomalies and nickel-sulphide deposits in Kambalda, has been named a winner of the Minerals Institute of WA postgraduate research scholarships.
University of WA student Cameron Adams, who plans to study the relationship between positive magnetic anomalies and nickel-sulphide deposits in Kambalda, has been named a winner of the Minerals Institute of WA postgraduate research scholarships.
 
Mines Minister Bill Marmion will officially award the scholarships at a ceremony on April 29.
 
Fellow UWA student Stefano Caruso will also pick up a scholarship for his research project — mapping sulphur deposits in selected precambrian terrenes of WA to enhance predictive targeting for gold and base metal mineralisation.

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