Thursday, January 18, 2018 GSA Luncheon

 Topic: The Alaska Resource Data File (ARDF): More Than Just a Database

Noon Luncheon 11:30-1:00 pm

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The Alaska Resource Data File (ARDF) contains over 7,000 georeferenced records of metallic mineral occurrences, prospects, deposits, and mines in Alaska. It is a powerful GIS tool for geologists as well as the general public. This talk will demonstrate the newest features of ARDF and future plans for this evolving database.


George Case
U.S. Geological Survey, Anchorage

George received his undergraduate degree from West Virginia University in 2012, and recently earned a PhD in Economic Geology at James Cook University in Queensland, Australia. His PhD work focused on iron oxide-Cu-Au deposits in the Proterozoic Mount Isa Block, Australia. He has been at the USGS since November 2016, and is interested in studying hydrothermal systems and fluid processes in poly-deformed and mineralized terranes.

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