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Central West Symposium - Cobar 2000: Extended Abstracts

The Central West region of New South Wales has been a major source of natural resources for more than one hundred years. The region has great potential for further mineral discoveries and will continue to produce significant agricultural wealth. This symposium brought together geoscientists and land scientists who are working in, or have an interest in, the Central West region of New South Wales.

The symposium showcased the results of recent research and surveys undertaken by mining and mineral exploration companies exploring in the area, the New South Wales Department of Mineral Resources, through its Discovery 2000 program, other government agencies and research organisations, such as the Cooperative Research Centre for Landscape Evolution and Mineral Exploration and a number of Universities. In addition to presenting new research findings, the symposium provided a forum for discussion, an opportunity for participants to update their knowledge of this important region and a venue to meet old friends and make new contacts.

Major themes for the symposium were:

  1. Geology and Mineralisation
  2. Geomorphology and Landscape Evolution
  3. Regolith, Soils and Mineral Exploration

Click here to download Central West Symposium - Cobar 2000, Extended Abstracts: CD-ROM (43 Mb ZIP file)


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