Logan Club-OCGC lecture and OCUSEG presentation - Dr. Jim Miller

The Logan Club and OCGC joint lecture series are pleased to host Dr. Jim Miller from University of Minnesota, Duluth. The details are noted below.

 In addition, Dr. Miller will be making a presentation to the Ottawa-Carleton Student Chapter of SEG (OCUSEG) entitled “The Precambrian Research Centre at the University of Minnesota, Duluth: Preparing students for employment in the growing minerals industry in Minnesota and beyond”

 

Logan Club-OCGC Lecture

 Tuesday, November 5, 2013

10:30 AM

Harrison Hall (177-601 Booth St.)

Geological Survey of Canada

Presentation to OCUSEG

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

2:30 PM – 4:00 PM

Marion Hall, Room 0028

University of Ottawa

 

Logan Club-OCGC Lecture 

Note to regional GSC offices: if you would like to attend the lecture via Tandberg, please send Dawn Kellett the room and Tandberg ID at least two working days in advance. 

 Geology and Cu-Ni-PGE Deposits of the 1.1 Ga Duluth Complex, Northeastern Minnesota

Occurring at the northeast end of the Mesabi Iron Range in northeastern Minnesota are world class deposits of Cu-Ni-PGE sulfide ore associated with the 1.1 billion year old igneous rocks of the Duluth Complex. This talk will summarize the geological circumstances that led to the formation these deposits and the Duluth Complex intrusions that host them.

 Géologie et gisements de Cu-Ni-ÉGP du Complexe de Duluth de 1,1 Ga, dans le nord-est du Minnesota

À l’extrémité nord-est du district ferrifère de Mesabi, dans le nord-est du Minnesota, se trouvent des gisements de minerai sulfuré de Cu-Ni-ÉGP de classe mondiale, associés aux roches ignées du Complexe de Duluth âgées de 1,1 milliard d’années. La présente allocution passera en revue les circonstances géologiques qui ont mené à la formation de ces gisements, ainsi que les intrusions du Complexe de Duluth qui les renferment.

 For NRCan staff, follow upcoming lectures at our internal wiki: http://www.gcpedia.gc.ca/wiki/GSC_Logan_Club_Lecture_Series