Part 1: An Overview of GIS for Mining and Exploration - a Review of the Changing Benefits, Technological Innovations and Uses

Posted: 03/09/2011

Andrew Bloodworth, Head of Science for Minerals & Waste for the British Geological Survey, is a specialist in geology, mineralogy, and mining investment. He talks with us about the industry as he sees it, from understanding how public perception of mining can affect investment and where he sees the future geological landscape shift across the whole of this century. If you have any interest in the field, this is a must-watch analysis. In this section, Andrew gives an overview of GIS for mining and exploration, looking at its uses, changing benefits and technological innovations.

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Attend Mining IQ's GIS in Mining 2013 conference, taking place on 31 July - 01 August, 2013 - Duxton Hotel , Perth, Western Australia, Australia. Visit the website for the full speaker line up and agenda: www.gisinmining.com.au.

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