MDRU – Alteration Footprints and New Exploration Approaches for Carlin-type Gold Deposits (SC5)

Virtual / Tickets Required


Dr. Shaun Barker Director, MDRU

Ken Hickey, Assistant Professor. Director of the EOSC 328 Geological Field School

Andrew Steiner, PhD Student

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The short course will focus on regional to local-scale controls on Carlin-type gold. In particular on exploration approaches, and tools that are able to recognize the cryptic but large hydrothermal alteration footprint of Carlin-type gold deposits. This three-day course is built on more than 15 years of research on Carlin-type gold deposits in Nevada and the Yukon); it will delivered virtually with segments of lectures, as well as breakout groups with exercises.

Scheduled: February 4, 5 & 8, 2021 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM


MDRU Member & AME Member $295.00
Student – AME Member $75.00
AME Member & MDRU Non-Member $425.00
MDRU Non-Member & AME Non-Member $600.00
Underemployed Rate **space is limited; Please email [email protected] to request Seats will be confirmed closer to date. $75.00



Thursday, Feb 04 - Monday, Feb 08 (9:00 am - 12:30 pm PST)




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