Minnovation 2016

Society of Economic Geologist UGM-Student Chapter is Proudly Present: MINNOVATION 2016: Exploration for Epithermal and Porphyry Precious Metal Systems in Java Island The seminar will be held on: Date: September 3rd. 2016 (08.00 am – 04.00 pm) Location: JBN Hall With keynote speakers: Douglas J. Kirwin (Mineral Exploration Consultant & Former of SEG Vice President)…

Internal Field Trip-Mt.Gupit

      The internal field trip of SEG UGM SC was held in Gupit, Kebonsari, Magelang at 23rd April 2016. The fieldtrip was guided by Mrs. Dian Yesy Fatimah, S.T. Fieldtrip started at 10 am until 2.30 pm. The first observation placed on Dusun Ngadiharjo. The first location was interpreted by the previous observer as high…

Tin Deposits in Indonesia

      Indonesia  became the second largest tin mine in the world. Most of Tin Deposit in Indonesia was produce by placer deposit. Placer deposit  is mineral deposits formed by the mechanical concentration of resistant minerals, which are released by weathering from source rocks. A mineral with a high specific gravity will become concentrated by flowing…

Course 2-Exploitation, Economic Assessment and Environmental Countermeasure in Gold Group Mining

      Production geology is an applied science which combines the principles of economic geology and mining engineering to the development of a defined mineral resource.Production geology is responsible to keep the gold production achieve the target with good understanding geology,  and characteristic of ore due to metallurgical process,ensure the minerals are efficiently extracted from the…

Minnovation 2016

COMING SOON! The MOST awaited hard rock geology event, MINNOVATION 2016: Exploration for Epithermal and Porphyry Precious Metal Systems in Java Island is coming to you! Be ready to feel the heat and grab your seat! #MINNOVATION2016 #SEGNEWS #SEGUGMSC

Sedimentary Exhalative Deposite

Sedimentary exhalative (SEDEX) deposits are bedded or laminated, tabular sulfide–rich bodies in carbonaceous shales or other, fine-grained clastic rocks. (Carne and Cathro, 1982). These deposits are an economically important source of lead, zinc, and silver. It is interpreted to have been formed as a result of hydrothermal activity which are released in a basin on…

Forum Group Discussion: An Overview of Ore Minerals

Figure 1. Head of  Fieldtrip and Research Division opening the discussion Ore deposits are rocks that contain one or more metallic minerals. It would have economic value when it is mined, which calls as ore minerals (only metallic minerals which can be extracted. If it is not, it cannot be said as ore minerals). A…

Tethyan Tectonics and Metallogeny (Main theme on SEG – MJD Conference 2016, hosted in Turkey, September 25-28, 2016)

The Tethyan belt is one of the world’s most extensive tectonic and metallogenic belts, extending from Europe across Turkey and Asia Minor, through Iran and Tibet to the Malay peninsula, a distance of 12,000+ km. The  main   mineral   deposit   types   associated   with   the  Tethyan  ocean  basins  and  their  destruction  are  seafloor  massive   sulfide   deposits,   porphyry  …