Past Workshops

  • 2021 – Cliff Stanley, “QAQC Methods in Geochemical Research and Mineral Exploration, with a Focus on Gold Assay Quality Control”
  • 2021 – Robin Adair, “Applications of GIS (Geographical Information Systems) to Earth Science”
  • 2020 – Cliff Stanley, “QAQC Methods in Geochemical Research and Mineral Exploration, with a Focus on Gold Assay Quality Control”
  • 2019 – Dewey Dunnington PhD candidate, Dalhousie University, “Creating beautiful, effective, and reproducible graphics for geoscience using R”
  • 2019 – Stefan Kruse Terrane Geoscience Inc., “Structural Controls on Gold Deposits”
  • 2018 – Amy Tizzard, “Your Career and Public Reporting: A QP Short Course for Students (and others)”
  • 2018 – Robin Adair, “Subsurface Methods – How to use and interpret drill-hole data and other subsurface data for both industry and academia.”
  • 2017 – David Lentz, “NB CIM Workshop: pXRF applications in Geologic Research and Exploration”
  • 2014 – Evan Bianco, Agile Geoscience, “Computer programming for Geoscientists using Python”
  • 2013 – Ross Clark (AAPG), “Oil and Gas exploration principles in Mature Basins”
  • 2013 – Jacob Hanley and Dan Kontak, The application of fluid inclusions to Geology
  • 2011 – Chris McFarlane, Applications of Laser Ablation to Problems in Mineral Exploration and Ore Petrogenesis.
  • 2009 – Pierre Jutras and John Waldron, Rationalization of the Mississippian stratigraphy of the Maritimes Basin through inter-regional correlations and nomenclatural debate.
  • 2007 – Terry A. Goodwin, Rita Mroz, and Toon Pronk, North American Soil Geochemical Landscape Project – Maritimes soils project workshop
  • 2007 – Ryan Toole and David Lentz, A review of physical Volcanology: a metallogenic perspective (UNB SEG_CIM Student Chapter Workshop)
  • 2006 – Michael Robertson (Acadia Physics Dept), Dan MacDonald (ACMA) and Peir Pufahl (Acadia Geology Dept), Cathodoluminescence techniques at the Acadia Centre for Microstructural Analysis.
  • 2005 – Jennifer Bates and Randy Miller, Geo-communication: getting your message across to peers and public.
  • 2004 – Alan Anderson, Instrumental Development and Application of the Ion Microprobe.
  • 2000 – Tom Al. Low Temperature Aqueous Geochemical Modelling with Applications primarily from Environmental Geosciences.
  • 1999 – Howard Donohoe, Geoscience Software for the Professional Teacher and Student.
  • 1998 – Peter Reynolds, Dorothy Godfrey-Smith and Keith Taylor, Quaternary geochronology: a workshop on the theory and application of luminescence, fission track and argon dating methods.
  • 1997 – David Lentz and Scott Swinden, An introduction to practical lithogeochemistry.
  • 1996 – Mel Best, Pierre Keating and Mike Thomas, Exploration Geophysics Workshop I and II.: Gravity and magnetic prospecting for massive sulphide deposits and Electromagnetic prospecting for massive sulphide deposits.
  • 1995 – Mike Parkhill and Graham Williams, The teaching of geoscience in the schools.
  • 1993 – Louis Cabri, Mineralogy and extractive metallurgy of precious-metal mineralization
  • 1991 – Edward Sampson and Howard Donohoe, APICS Workshop on Communications
  • 1990 – Martin Gibling and David Piper, Recent developments in facies models.
  • 1987 – APICS Workshop, organized by Graham Williams, Maturation studies and petroleum geology.
  • 1987 – John Spray, Metamorphism in basic-ultrabasic complexes