May 14–24, 2015
John Ascuaga’s Nugget Hotel and Casino in Sparks, Nevada
“Even as much as the world has become available for exploration over the past decade, miners continue to return to Nevada. Why? Political stability, transparent regulatory environment, good infrastructure and GREAT GEOLOGICAL POTENTIAL. Miners return to focus on Nevada’s geology and its important mineral deposit types: Carlin, epithermal and intrusion-related gold and silver, as well as other deposit types (porphyry Cu and Mo, IOCG and industrial materials) are also rising in importance.”
A message from Laura Ruud, GSN Office Manager: The GSN 2015 Symposium Committee has been hard at work for months now organizing the next magnificent GSN Symposium to be held May 14-24, 2015! [Please see link below for] the first announcement flyer, and we encourage you to read and share with any colleagues you wish that may not be GSN members and who will want to participate. The Committee has already started lining up the field trip itineraries, speakers, exhibitors, posters, a core-shack, and a joint GSN-SEG Forum to be held on May 17, 2015 the day before the Symposium technical sessions begin.
Questions regarding the meeting can be directed to Molly Hunsaker, Symposium Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have questions about submitting an abstract, or an idea for a technical paper, the Technical Program Chairs are John Muntean and Moira Smith.
Co-hosts for the GSN Symposium 2015 are Society of Economic Geologists, Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology, and U.S. Geological Survey.
GSN Symposium 2015 flyer: