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Aurore Joly

Adjunct Research Fellow
Centre for Exploration Targeting (CET)

Contact details

Email
aurore.joly@uwa.edu.au

After completing her PhD qualification in 3D geological and geophysical modelling at the University of Orleans (France), Aurore joined the CET (UWA). Her stream projects from September 2007 to Sept 2009 were 1) 4D architecture of Paleoproterozoic gold (Tanami, WA) and targeting analysis; 2) 4D architecture of the 2.9 Ga nickel deposit (Lake Johnston, WA); 3) Determination of continuity of greenstone belt under cover in Zimbabwe Craton. Since September 2009, she generates in collaboration with her team, GSWA targeting products in the Arunta, Musgrave and Capricorn areas.

Key Research

4D GEOLOGICAL AND GEOPHYSICAL MODELLING
GIS PROSPECTIVITY ANALYSIS (gold, uranium, magmatic nickel-copper-platinum group element, Iron Oxide Copper Gold, granite-hosted tin-tungsten and surficial/unconformity uranium)
ANISOTROPY OF MAGNETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY
STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY

Publications

Joly A., Porwal A. and Mc Cuaig T.C., 2011. Targeting strategy and prospectivity modeling for orogenic gold deposits in Granites-Tanami Orogen, Ore geology review, accepted.

Joly Aurore, Mc Cuaig Campbell and Leon Bagas (2010). The importance of early crustal architecture for subsequent basin-forming, magmatic and fluid flow events. The Granites-Tanami Orogen example, Precambrian Research, 10.1016/j.precamres.2010.06.012, 182, 1-2, 15-29.

Joly Aurore, John Miller and Mc Cuaig Campbell (2010). Archean polyphasedeformation in the Lake Johnston Greenstone Belt area: Implications for the understanding of ore systems of the Yilgarn Craton, Precambrain Research, 177,181-198, dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.precamres.2009.11.010.

Joly Aurore, Faure Michel, Martelet Guillaume and Chen Yan (2009).AMS and gravity inversion studies of the relationships between granitic plutons and a nearby fault. Example from granitic plutons and Sillon Houiller Fault in the southern part of the Variscan French Massif Central. Journal of Structural Geology, 31, 421-443, online dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jsg.2009.01.004).

Legendre C., Briand B., Thierry B., Lebret P., Joly A., Bertin C. avec la collaboration de Coint N., Cotten J., Guillou H., 2009. Notice explicative, Carte geol. France (1/50000) feuille St-Geniez-D’Olt (861). Orleans : BRGM, 185p. Carte geologique par Brian B., Legendre C.,Prax J.-Y., Rousset C., Karnay G. avec la collaboration de Talbot J.-Y. Joly. A. 2009.

Brian B., Legendre C.,Prax J.-Y., Rousset C., Karnay G. avec la collaboration de Talbot J.-Y. Joly. A., 2009. Carte Geol. France (1/50000), feuille St-Geniez-D’Olt (861). Orleans : BRGM. Notice explicative par Legendre C., Briand B., Thierry B., Lebret P., Joly A., Bertin C. Avec la collaboration de Coint N., Cotten J., Guillou H., 2009.

Joly Aurore, Chen Yan, Faure Michel and Martelet Guillaume (2008). A multidisciplinary study of a syntectonic pluton close to a major lithospheric-scale fault: relationships between the Montmarault granitic massif and the Sillon Houiller Fault in the Variscan French Massif Central. Part II: Gravity, aeromagnetic investigations and 3D numeric modelling, J. Geophys. Res., doi:10.1029/2006JB004744, online (http://www.agu.org/pubs/crossref/2008/2006JB004744.shtml).

Guillen Antonio, Calcagno Philippe, Courrioux Gabriel, Joly Aurore, Ledru Patrick (2008). 3D realistic modelling of geology from field data and geological knowledge, Part II – Modelling validation using of gravity and magnetic data inversion. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 171, 1-4, 158-169. Online (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.pepi.2008.06.014)

Martelet Guillaume, Truffert Catherine, Joly Aurore, Faure Michel, Chen Yan,  Courrioux Gabriel (2008). Modélisation géologique 3D des socles, Géochronique, 4p.

Joly Aurore, Martelet Guillaume, Chen Yan and Faure Michel (2007). A multidisciplinary study of a syntectonic pluton close to a major lithospheric-scale fault: relationships between the Montmarault granitic massif and the Sillon Houiller Fault in the Variscan French Massif Central. Part I: Geochronology, mineral fabrics and tectonic implications, J. Geophys. Res., doi:10.1029/2006JB004745, online (http://www.agu.org/pubs/crossref/2007/2006JB004745.shtml).