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Joanna Gaskell is the Manager of Educational Media for EduMine, who coordinates online course development and production. She has a background in environmental consulting, communications, and multimedia.

Online Course Revised: Practical Geostatistics 2000 – 2: Spatial Statistics

The second of Dr. Isobel Clark’s popular set of geostatistics courses has been revised! Practical Geostatistics 2000 – 2: Spatial Statistics is based on over 40 years of teaching to mining engineers, geologists, hydrologists, soil scientists, climatologists, plus the occasional geographer, pattern recognition expert, meteorologist, statistician, and computer scientist…

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There’s Still Time to Register for Practical Geostatistics

We’re gearing up for Dr. Isobel Clark’s upcoming short course Practical Geostatistics in Toronto! This course is perfect for professionals dealing with the estimation from or interpolation between samples collected on a spatial basis who wish to use geostatistics to enhance their practical applications or research. Geostatistical estimation is a two stage process: studying gathered data to establish the predictability of values from place to place in the study area; and kriging, or estimating values at those locations which have not been sampled. The 3-sessions

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Practical Geostatistics Short Course in Toronto, Ontario

There’s still time to register for Dr. Isobel Clark’s upcoming short course Practical Geostatistics in Toronto! Geostatistical estimation is a two stage process: studying gathered data to establish the predictability of values from place to place in the study area; and kriging, or estimating values at those locations which have not been sampled. This course is intended for professionals dealing with the estimation from or interpolation between samples collected on a spatial basis who wish to use geostatistics to enhance their practical applications or research.

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Practical Geostatistics in Toronto This Fall

Geostatistical estimation is a two stage process: studying the gathered data to establish the predictability of values from place to place in the study area; and kriging, or estimating values at those locations which have not been sampled. Dr. Isobel Clark’s upcoming short course Practical Geostatistics is intended for professionals dealing with the estimation from or interpolation between samples collected on a spatial basis who wish to use geostatistics to enhance their practical applications or research. The 3-session course is composed of lectures augmented by practical

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Early Bird Deadline Approaching: Mineral Resource Estimation

Dr. Alastair Sinclair’s upcoming short course, Mineral Resource Estimation, will focus on the detailed methodology of various resource/reserve estimation methods that are in common use in the Mining Industry, with emphasis on general procedures, inherent assumptions, and the advantages and limitations of each of the principal methods. The course is aimed at geologists, mining engineers, surveyors, geostatisticians, and other professionals dealing with the estimation of resources/reserves in a mining context. This two-day course will take place 17 – 18 June in Vancouver, BC. For more

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Mineral Resource Estimation

Dr. Alastair Sinclair’s upcoming short course Mineral Resource Estimation will consider the detailed methodology of various resource/reserve estimation methods that are in common use in the Mining Industry, with emphasis on general procedures, inherent assumptions, and the advantages and limitations of each of the principal methods. The course is aimed at geologists, mining engineers, surveyors, geostatisticians, and other professionals dealing with the estimation of resources/reserves in a mining context. This two-day course will take place 17 – 18 June in Vancouver, BC. For more info

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Real Geostatistics: Seats Still Available

There are still seats available for Dr. Isobel Clark’s short course, Real Geostatistics. It will be held later this month, immediately following the AME BC Mineral Exploration Roundup Conference 2013. Dr. Clark’s course is an intermediate geostatistics course, which will use case studies to illustrate the use of geostatistical methods in a variety of applications. The course is aimed at geologists, mining engineers, surveyors, biologists, agriculturalists, statisticians, environmentalists and any other professionals dealing with estimation from or interpolation between samples collected on a spatial basis.

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Vancouver Series of Short Courses – Just in Time for Roundup 2013!

We’re getting ready to attend the AME BC Mineral Exploration Roundup Conference 2013, and are excited to offer a great series of short courses in Vancouver, Canada in the days prior to and following the conference! These courses are geared towards professionals in the field of technical mineral exploration and processing, and qualify as Professional Development Hours. Here’s the schedule: January 25, 26: Quality Control of Assays: Dr. Alastair J. Sinclair will demonstrate how the Qualified Person is able to meet the assay quality requirements

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Upcoming Short Course: Real Geostatistics

This January, immediately following the AME BC Mineral Exploration Roundup Conference 2013, we will be holding Dr. Isobel Clark’s short course, Real Geostatistics. This course is an intermediate geostatistics course, which will use case studies to illustrate the use of geostatistical methods in a variety of applications. The course is aimed at geologists, mining engineers, surveyors, biologists, agriculturalists, statisticians, environmentalists and any other professionals dealing with the estimation from or interpolation between samples collected on a spatial basis. This two-day course will take place 31

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Upcoming Short Course: Real Geostatistics

This January, immediately following the AME BC Mineral Exploration Roundup Conference 2013, we will be holding Dr. Isobel Clark’s short course, Real Geostatistics. This course is an intermediate geostatistics course, which will use case studies to illustrate the use of geostatistical methods in a variety of applications. The course is aimed at geologists, mining engineers, surveyors, biologists, agriculturalists, statisticians, environmentalists and any other professionals dealing with the estimation from or interpolation between samples collected on a spatial basis. This two-day course will take place 31

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