Workshops and Field Trips
Workshops will take place on November 6 and 7, 2020, before IAGS2020. Field trips will take place after IAGS2020. Costs related to Workshops and Field Trips will be included in the Third Circular.
The following Workshops are preliminarily approved by the Local Organizing Committee:
|David Cohen||Fundamentals of geochemical exploration.|
|Cliff Stanley||Quality control/Quality assurance.|
|Gwendy Hall||Field portable geochemistry: applications and l imitations.|
|Brian Townley||Geology, mineralogy and geochemistry in viticulture.|
|Ryan Mathur||Stable and radiogenic isotopes in mining exploration.|
|Alvaro Egaña||Data science in geochemistry: from exploration to geometallurgy.|
|Reynaldo Charrier||Geology and metallogenesis of Chile.|
|Matthew Leybourne||Hydrogeology and hydrochemistry in the mining industry.|
Statements of interest for workshops will be received until March 30th 2020, realization subject to a sufficient number of participants. Offered workshops will be confirmed on April 1st 2020. Detailed outlines, scope and objectives of workshops will be soon posted in the IAGS 2020 web page.
The following Field Trips are proposed:
|Reynaldo Charrier||Tectono-magmatic evolution of Central Chile
A transect of Central Chile, from coast (Vina del Mar) to the pre cordillera in Argentina (Mendoza).
|Constantino Mpodozis||Mineral deposits of Northern Chile
Field visits to porphyry copper, precious metals epithermal and stratabound copper deposits of the Antofagasta region.
|Sofía López and Ignacio Serra||Geology and vineyards of Central Chile
Field visits and tour of vineyards of Central Chile, focused on geology, geomorphology, landscape evolution and relation of sites with their local geological and viticultural environments.
|Joseline Tapia||Polluted areas of Central Chile
Field visits to polluted areas of Central Chile with a focus on the sources and impacts of contamination in soil, sediment, water and air. Special attention will be given to the Puchuncaví-Quintero area.
Statements of interest for field trips will be received until March 30th 2020 and each field trip will be subject to a sufficient number of participants. Offered field trips will be confirmed on April 1st 2020. Detailed outlines, scope and objectives of field trips will be posted soon on the IAGS 2020 web page. Detailed itineraries will be defined before January 30th 2020.