On behalf of the Exploration, Resource & Mining Geology 2013 Conference organising committee, we thank you for your attendance and participation at this event.
This inaugural conference held at the National Museum Wales, Cardiff, UK was a great success. The conference hosted over 200 participants during the two day technical program, which incorporated 5 invited keynote speakers and 27 technical presentations. Delegates were also very pleased with the numerous networking opportunities including a Welcome Function located amongst the art history galleries at the National Museum Wales and a Conference Dinner introduced by a Welsh choir. The industry support for this conference has been overwhelming with 12 sponsors from across the industry.
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We would like to extend our gratitude to SRK Consulting who lead a group of delegates through the Dolaucothi Gold Mines: The only known Roman Gold Mines in the UK.
An extended thank you also goes out to all our workshop providers amec, Micromine, Snowden and SRK Consulting who provided participants with thorough and informative technical insight before and after the conference at the workshops.
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Simon Dominy FAusIMM(CP) FGS(CGeol), Snowden Group, Camborne School of Mines, UK
Mike Armitage, SRK Consulting
Richard Bevins FGS(CGeol), National Museum Wales
Dan Germiquet, IMERYS †
Iain McDonald, Cardiff University
Martin Staples FAusIMM, AMC Consultants