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Otago Geology 400-level student research talks

15 minute talks by our nine 400-level students Harry, William, Gray, Kaeli, Michelle, Caitlin, Alex and Brittany.

  • Pyrites under the Spotlight – Trace Elements in Sulphides
  • Structural and trace element signature of gold mineralization along the Capburn Fault, Rock and Pillar Range
  • "Invisible Gold" - Using As and Au concentrations in sulphides to explore structurally controlled gold deposits
  • What's below the campus footprint?
  • High-resolution analysis of late Holocene lacustrine sedimentary records from the Canterbury High Country
  • Characterisation of the Mineralogy and Metamorphism of Ordinary Chondrite H Parent Bodies
  • Are the gravity anomalies beneath the eastern Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica due to sub-ice bathymetry or sedimentary basins? - a case study from the Siple Coast
  • Rare Earth Element Mineralisation in the Mandamus Igneous Complex
  • Fentization of the Haast Schist adjacent to Carbonatites of the Alpine Dike Swarm

Date Friday, 16 August 2019
Time 9:40am - 12:00pm
Audience All University
Event Category Sciences
Event Type Departmental Seminar
CampusDunedin
DepartmentGeology
LocationBenson Common Room on ground floor of Geology building (room Gn9).

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