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Featured KEGS geophysical talks now available online

by Carmela Burns on July 28, 2014 library

Established in 1953, the Canadian Exploration Geophysical Society (KEGS) has been supporting and promoting geophysics at university, governmental and industry levels, for over 60 years.

The KEGS organizes an annual Geophysics Symposium, prior to the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) conference, and hosts talks on geophysical topics during their monthly meetings in Toronto. This year, KEGS has partnered with Geosoft to make featured talks available online, and open to the international explorer community.  

Seminars, that are available for online viewing, cover topics such as potential field geophysics, geophysical 3D modelling and Magnetization Vector Inversion and the use of Neural Networks for predicting ore deposit target locations.

Explorers can now watch these, and other featured KEGS Talks, on Geosoft.com and EarthExplorer.com. Learn about upcoming KEGS Talks on the KEGS website



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