March 22 - March 22
TerraSpec Halo for the mine geologist
This webinar focuses around the application of mine geology and features ASD's TerraSpec® Halo Mineral Identifier.
In this webinar you will learn about:
• Roles of the mine geologist at the mine sites
• The importance of NIR as a tool to provide mineralogy information to geologists, engineers, and mine planners and examples of their use.
• How the mine geologist can efficiently classify waste, ore, and possible problematic ore in different parts of the mine
• Field validation for the metallurgical engineer during processing
• Why the TerraSpec Halo is an important instrument for the Mine Geologist/Geometallurgist
Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 am MDT and 17:00-18:00 UTC +2:00
Stacey Leichliter holds a Master’s of Science in Geology and Geophysics from the University of Tasmania (CODES) and a BS degree in Geology and Geophysics from Missouri University of Science and Technology. She is a geometallurgist/geologist and has used near infrared instrumentation to characterize ore mineralogy at mine sites like AngloGold's Cripple Creek facility in Colorado, USA. She performed geometallurgical research as part of AMIRA, collaborating with JKTech and CODES. Stacey has developed geometallurgical models which include mineralogy, texture, recovery, comminution, leaching, and environmental factors for different ore deposit types. She has been published on geology and geometallurgical topics. Stacey is an independent consultant, with over ten years of mining industry experience, performing research on epithermal gold and porphyry gold-copper deposits. She formed her own consulting company in 2013, focusing projects and contracts on geological and geometallurgical testwork, training and modelling.
- TerraSpec Halo for the mine geologist
- 22 March 2017, 17:00 - 22 March 2017, 18:00
- UTC+01:00 Europe/Amsterdam