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Carl Brauhart

Adjunct Research Fellow

School of Earth Sciences - Centre for Exploration Targeting

Contact details

Ground Floor
6 Thelma St
West Perth WA 6005

PO Box 1183
West Perth WA 6872

+61 8 94816259

Carl began his career in the minerals industry with RGC in 1992 as a graduate trainee where he worked around Australia on different mine sites and exploration projects. From 1995-1998 he undertook PhD studies at the University of Western Australia on regional hydrothermal alteration at the Panorama VMS District in the Pilbara. The PhD study was sponsored by Sipa Resources Limited who Carl has worked with as an exploration geologist ever since. Work with Sipa has included both base metal and gold exploration in many parts of Western Australia, Tennant Creek and far north Queensland.

Research Interests

Regional Hydrothermal Alteration, Multi-element Ore Deposit Signatures



Selected Publications

Brauhart, C.W., Groves, D.I., and Morant, P., 1998, Regional alteration systems associated with volcanogenic massive sulfide mineralisation at Panorama, Pilbara, Western Australia: Economic Geology, v. 93, p. 292-302.

Brauhart, C. W., Huston, D. L., and Andrew, A. S., 2000, Oxygen isotope mapping in the Panorama VMS district Pilbara Craton, Western Australia: applications to estimating temperatures of alteration and to exploration: Mineralium Deposita, v. 35, p. 727-740.

Brauhart, C. W., Huston, D. L., Groves, D. I., Mikucki, E. J., and Gardoll, S. J., 2001, Geochemical mass transfer patterns as indicators of the architecture of a complete volcanic-hosted massive sulfide hydrothermal alteration system, Panorama district, Pilbara, Western Australia: Economic Geology, v. 96, p. 1263-1278.