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Oct 18 - Oct 19

2021

Oct 20 - Oct 20

2021

RGSC: Mining and Miners of Newton St Cyres. Brian Please.

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Royal Geological Society of Cornwall

Mining and Miners of Newton St Cyres - Brian Please. Brian is local historian who lives in Newton St Cyres, and is descended from families from this part of Devon.  He is member of the Newton St Cyres History Group, and discovered the remains of manganese mining in a field next to his home. It can be claimed that, together, Upton Pyne, Newton St Cyres had the first commercially successful manganese mines in the world! The talk explores those early…

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Nov 8 - Dec 11

2021

Flotation ’21

Vineyard Hotel, Cape Town, South Africa

Minerals Engineering International

Flotation ’21 features 2 discrete symposia: November 8-9: Flotation Fundamentals: Physics and Chemistry Although now over a hundred years old, the fundamental aspects of flotation are still being intensively researched and new machines developed. This two day symposium will focus on: Fundamental reagent and flotation chemistry Bubbles, froths, bubble-particle interactions Flotation cell hydrodynamics, kinetics and scale-up November 10-11: Flotation Applications and Plant Practice This two day symposium focuses on the application of flotation, and will include sessions on: Plant Operations,…

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Nov 17 - Nov 17

2021

RGSC: Recording Earthquakes with a Raspberry Shake. Mark Vanstone and pupils from Truro School.

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Mark Vanstone, Director of Studies, Truro School:  Recording earthquakes with a Raspberry Shake.   https://Universityofexeter.zoom.us/rec/share/MBo5CTUVCNAvMNotckpMqqJcw4mYYt3hHg5IscpGqMjl5p6cY4YVNeDGSw7zohJz.LJnmBHgxjXK66hJ5

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Jan 19 - Jan 19

2022

RGSC: Precariously balanced rocks. Anna Rood.

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Royal Geological Society of Cornwall

Anna Rood, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Imperial College London Precariously balanced rocks are ancient formations found throughout the world where a slender boulder is balanced in such a way as to be vulnerable to being pushed over by earthquake shaking. These natural balancing acts provide a geological record of seismic shaking of large, rare earthquakes, a record that could drastically improve estimates of future earthquake ground shaking.   Zoom: https://Universityofexeter.zoom.us/rec/share/MBo5CTUVCNAvMNotckpMqqJcw4mYYt3hHg5IscpGqMjl5p6cY4YVNeDGSw7zohJz.LJnmBHgxjXK66hJ5

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Mar 28 - Mar 29

2022

Future of Mining Australia

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Future of Mining Australia

In response to COVID-19 and the continued restrictions and uncertainty around travel and large-scale events, Future of Mining Australia has been postponed and will take place on the 28th-29th March 2022. We look forward to welcoming our delegates, sponsors and speakers when it is safe to do so. In the meantime, stay connected by registering to the newly launched Future of Future of Mining 365.

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Jun 1 - Jun 30

2022

Physical Separation ’22

National Maritime Museum, Falmouth, United Kingdom

Minerals Engineering International

Physical Separation '22 is organised by Minerals Engineering International (MEI). Media sponsors are International Mining and Imformed. Industry Associates are the Coalition for Eco-Efficient Comminution (CEEC), the Cornwall Mining Alliance and the Critical Minerals Association. Although chemical methods of concentration and extraction dominate the industry, the physical separation methods are ubiquitous. Whether it be gravity concentration, classification or dewatering, the principles of separation are essentially the same, and there is no mining operation in the world which does not make use of the density differences between solids and liquids…

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Jun 1 - Jun 30

2022

IntegratedMinPro ’22

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Minerals Engineering International

Integration, Optimisation & Design of Mineral Processing Circuits (Integratedminpro '22) is organised by Minerals Engineering International (MEI) and sponsored by Promet101. International Mining are media partners and the Cornwall Mining Alliance and the Critical Minerals Association are Industry Associates. As the demand for resources continues to increase, and amidst growing challenges of processing complex ores while minimising energy and environmental impact, we are entering an exciting time for innovation in mineral processing. Innovation in individual unit operations is complemented by innovative approaches to the entire mineral processing flowsheet, from…

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Jul 6 - Jul 9

2022

Extractive Industry Geology 2022 conference

Peter Chalk Centre, University of Exeter, Exeter, United Kingdom

Extractive Industry Geology Conferences

The Extractive Industry Geology (EIG) conference is one of the longest running and most keenly anticipated events in the UK minerals industry calendar. Organised by a passionate volunteer group of professionals representing all aspects of the industry, this is one conference that anyone connected to UK minerals should not miss! The EIG Conference is the principal event for sharing knowledge, scientific research and good practice in the field of applied geology within the UK minerals industry. This event is for…

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