Mineral Exploration

Winter 2019

Mineral Exploration is the official publication of the Association of Mineral Exploration British Columbia.

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18 Mineral Exploration | amebc.ca their recent successes based upon the elements of research, innovation, technical expertise and creative project management. The session will provide insights on a range of mineral deposits including mesothermal gold in Eastern Canada, porphyry and epithermal gold and silver in the Americas and beyond. Base Metals Session Wednesday, January 22 | Afternoon The Base Metals markets have continued to see growing interest in long-term supply of copper, nickel and zinc. This trend is underpinned by dwindling existing reserves and emerging demand-side pressure arising from accelerating demand for electric vehicles and energy storage. In this session we aim to present new copper, nickel and zinc exploration projects from Canada and around the world, providing valuable insights to their geological setting and discovery story. B.C./Yukon/Alaska Cordillera Thursday, January 23 | Morning This session covers a broad region in western North America with a diverse geologic history. This year's focus will be on a selection of exciting and innovative exploration programs across a range of commodities and deposit types in B.C., Yukon, and Alaska. Connect with your government. Roundup provides several opportunities to hear from elected officials. Government - Industry Forum Monday, January 20 | Afternoon Mineral exploration and development are an integral part of Canada's economic landscape and provide significant benefits to both rural and urban communities in British Columbia and across the country. Specialized solutions for complex projects Design with community in mind stantec.com/mining Providing environmental and engineering solutions across the full mining lifecycle.

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