Presentations covering open pit and underground operations across coal, base metal and precious metal sectors will be given by mine-based geological staff at the Queensland Centre for Advanced Technologies (QCAT) in Pullenvale.
The workshop has been put together by the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy Geoscience Task Force and the Australian Institute of Geoscientists and Geostatistical Society of Australasia.
For the coal industry a selection of highlights include:
The practical accuracy of 3D seismic interpretation – a reconciliation, by Nick Davies.
Downhole geophysical logging as a tool in areas of complex geological structure and structural controls of friable coal occurences – a case history from the Anthracite belt of the South Wales coalfield, by Paul Bright.
Sydney Basin structural study and information base – a tool to help manage geological risk, by Chris Woodfull.
The use of in-mine geophysics to enhance safety and ‘nosurprise’ mining, by Ian Wood.
Coal quality challenges and geological rarities at the Collinsville coal mine, by Helgi Stedman.
Application of MINEX faulted seam modelling system at the Cerrejon coal mine, Columbia, by John Duke.
Something old, something new. An integrated approach to geological interpretation and resource modelling, Ohai Coalfield, New Zealand, by Tony McDougall.
Quantification of geological uncertainty and its application in coal resource classification and drillhole spacing assessment : Case Study at Peak Downs Coal Mine, Queenland, by Doug Dunn.