1 SOCIETY OF ECONOMIC GEOLOGISTS, INC Shaffer Parkway Littleton, CO USA Tel: Fax: Student Chapter Annual Report Form The purpose of this form is to report on Student Chapter activities over the previous year. The report provides a useful medium to document the status and progress of individual chapters. Annual Reports are used to evaluate applications for SEG support and to keep Student Chapter information up-to-date on the SEG website. Please provide a summary of Student Chapter activities in a concise form as suggested below. Description of programs may be supported by a limited number of photographs and figures in a format appropriate for publishing on our website. Submission Deadline: 30th September Submit to: Month/Year Reported From: Mo./Yr January/2014 To: Mo./Yr. December/2014 Student Chapter Name: UNICAMP SEG Student Chapter Student Chapter Mailing Address: Student Chapter Website : Student Chapter Executive Committee (in office during the time frame captured on this report) (type Vacant if position not filled): President: Gustavo Henrique Coelho de Melo Name Vice President: Pavel Emil Cañabi Quispe Name Secretary: Marcelo Gomide Name Treasurer: Veronica Godinho Trevisan Name Student Chapter Academic Sponsor (must be SEG Fellow Member in good standing): Alvaro Penteado Crosta Name Phone Institute of Geosciences - UNICAMP. P O Box Campinas-SP, Brazil Address Fax Student Chapter Industry Sponsor (SEG Fellow Membership is highly recommended; Industry Sponsor should not be affiliated with the student chapter s institution): Francisco de Azevedo Jr Name Phone Gold Fields Exploration, Inc. 157 Perobas Street Valinhos-SP, Brazil Address Fax Sponsoring Institution or Company (name): Univesity of Campinas Attach: 1. a list of names of all Student Chapter members (please indicate by * if SEG Student Member). 2. complete Student Chapter Membership Information form with the current Executive Committee listed on page 1. On a separate page(s) provide a summary of student chapter annual activities: 1. Regular meetings, lectures 2. Field trips (dates, area visited, field trip leaders, number of participants, sponsors, benefits for students). Note: this is not the place for a detailed field trip report that is required from a Student Chapter who has received funding from the Stewart R. Wallace Fund. 3. Organization of conferences, workshops, short courses (theme, number of participants, benefits for students) 4. Participation in conferences, workshops, short courses (theme, number of participants from the Student Chapter, benefits for students) 5. Fund-raising programs 6. Other programs 7. Future plans July2014VS
2 2014 UNICAMP SEG Student Chapter Executive Committee President: Gustavo Henrique Coelho de Melo Vice President: Pavel Emil Cañabi Quispe Secretary: Marcelo Gomide Tresurer: Veronica Godinho Trevisan Other student members of the UNICAMP SEG Student Chapter Érika Suellen Barbosa Santiago Rafael Rodrigues Assis Marcelo Gomide Raphael Hunger Luiza Assumpção Tais Celestino dos Santos Guilherme Supriano Marcelo Parsaneze Esdras Filipe de Oliveira Vitor Cardoso Student Chapter Academic Sponsor Prof. PhD Alvaro Penteado Crósta University of Campinas - UNICAMP Student Chapter Industry Sponsor Francisco I. de Azevedo Jr. Gold Fields Exploration, Inc. UNICAMP SEG STUDENT CHAPTER The UNICAMP SEG Student Chapter was established in March, 2010, and it is composed by students (undergraduate and graduate) from the University of Campinas (UNICAMP), located in Campinas, São Paulo State, Brazil. A summary of the Chapter s activities in 2014 will be presented in this report.
3 2014 UNICAMP SEG Student Chapter Report 1. Regular Meetings The UNICAMP SEG Student Chapter use to organize meetings regularly. In 2014 the meetings were on: March 24th, 2014 April 1st, 2014 April 5th, 2014 May 7th, 2014 October 16th, Field Trips I. Metallogeny in an accreted continental margin: the case of the Northern Andes XXXII Curso Latianoamericano de Metalogenia UNESCO-SEG-SGA (May, 2014) One of our graduate student members, Verônica Godinho Trevisan, was selected to join a useful and interesting field trip as part of the XXXII Latin American UNESCO-SEG-SGA Course of Metallogeny in Quito given by professor Lluís Fontboté and geologists from mining companies. In this trip three gold deposits were visited: Loma Larga (High sulfidation epithermal Au, INV Metals) (Fig. 1), Gabi-Papa Grande (Au-Cu porphyry, Guadalupe Mining Corporation y Gaby Panama Corporation), and El Domo (Au-Zn VHMS, Salazar Resources). Figure. 1. Field trip participants at the HS Au Loma Larga deposit (INV Metals).
4 3. Organization of conferences, workshops, short courses I. Lecture (April 24th, 2014) Prof. Dr. Daniel Atencio (University of São Paulo) Minerais novos do Brasil descritos no século XXI The lecture attended to 35 people, whose main objective was to show the new minerals described in Brazil in the last years (Fig. 2). Prof. Daniel Atencio is the greatest Brazilian mineralogist and shared with us a little of his knowledge and experience in mineralogy. His lecture was very fruitful for students of all graduation years, with a plenty of pictures and his new mineral discoveries. Figure. 2. Prof Dr. Daniel Atencio in his lecture at UNICAMP. II. Lecture (June 5th, 2014) Prof. Dr. Carolina Penteado Natividade Moreto (University of Campinas) Evolução metalogenética de depósitos cupríferos do Cinturão Sul do Cobre, Província Carajás Msc. Rafael Rodrigues de Assis (University of Campinas) - Província Aurífera de Alta Floresta (MT): depósitos auríferos associados a sistemas plutônicos-vulcânicos paleoproterozoicos The lectures were based in two importante mineral provinces in Brazil: Carajas Mineral Province and Alta Floresta Gold Province. Dr. Carolina Moreto and MSc. Rafael Assis have shown us some interesting points of each province, including general concepts of economic geology. About 15 people took part in the lecture. As ex-students from University of Campinas and ex-members of UNICAMP SEG Student Chapter, both lectures also encouraged the young students to follow the same steps of Dr. Carolina Moreto and MSc. Rafael Assis (Fig. 3).
5 Figure. 3. From left to right: Prof. Dr. Carolina Moreto, MSc. Rafael Assis, Gustavo Melo and Erika Santiago. III. UPA 2014 Opened University for other students (August 30th, 2014) The UPA event aims to give the opportunity to high school students get acquainted with all the options that the University of Campinas offers in terms of its undergraduate courses. The Geosciences Institute organizes several displays showing themes related to Geology and Geography courses. In this opportunity, the Unicamp SEG student chapter (Fig. 4) coordinated the section of rocks, minerals and ore minerals in order to show to the public what are the difference between them, how they are formed and their application in our society. Figure. 4. From left to right: Taís Celestino, Gustavo Melo, Paola, Marco Delinardo, Marcelo Parsaneze, Thiago Duarte and Prof. Dr. Maria Jose Mesquita Maluf.
6 IV. Short-course (October 20-21th, 2014) Prof. Dr. Jose Affonso Brod (University of Goias) Rochas alcalinas e depósitos minerais associados A two-day short-course was offered by Dr. Affonso Brod from University of Goiás for 20 participants. Among these participants there were 15 students from UNICAMP SEG Student Chapter, 4 students from other student chapter (University of São Paulo (USP), São Paulo State University (UNESP) and University of Bahia (UFBA)), and Prof. Dr. Carolina Moreto from University of Campinas (Fig. 5). Dr. Affonso Brod is a specialist of alkaline rocks and associated ore deposits. During the course he was very attentive and didactic, showing us some good examples of Nb, ETR, P and Ti ore deposits. Figure. 5. Participants and Prof Dr. Affonso Brod during the short-couse at UNICAMP. 4. Participation in conferences, workshops, short courses I. VI Brazilian Symposium on Mineral Exploration Ouro Preto, Brazil The VI Brazilian Symposium on Mineral Exploration in Ouro Preto lasted 3 days where members of mining industry and academy discussed the current themes of mining sector in Brazil. Five students of each student chapter in Brazil were invited to take part in the event. They were responsible for the disclosure of SEG booth. It was a remarkable experience once they could exchange ideas of each student chapter. During the event a meeting of the student chapters was carried out in order to make arrangements for the future (Fig. 6).
7 Figure. 6. Members of seven student chapters of Brazil during the VI Brazilian Symposium on Mineral Exploration. II. XXXII UNESCO-SGA-SEG Latin American Metallogeny Course Quito, Ecuador The PhD student Gustavo Melo and the Master student Verônica Trevisan were chosen to take part in the XXXII UNESCO-SGA-SEG Latin American Metallogeny Course at Quito (Fig. 7). The theoretical course was carried out at Universidad Central del Ecuador and present as the main theme Metalogenia en un margen continental acredcionado: el caso de los Andes Septentrionales. Figure. 7. Gustavo Melo and Verônica Trevisan with Prof. Dr. Lluís Fontbotè during the XXXII UNESCO-SGA- SEG Latin American Metallogeny Course at Quito.
8 Amongst the main lectures were Prof. Dr. Lluís Fontbotè (University of Geneva, SEG), Prof. Dr. Massimo Chiaradia (University of Geneva, SGA), Prof. Dr. Richard Spikings (University of Geneva) and Dr. Jeffrey Hedenquist (SEG). Poster session Melo, G. H. C. ; Monteiro, LVS ; Xavier, Roberto P.; Santiago, ESB. U-Pb Geochronology and a new Outlook on the evolution of the giant Salobo IOCG deposit, Carajas Province. Trevisan, V. G. ; Xavier, R. P. ; Assis, R. R. ; Paes de Barros, A.J Intrusion-hosted gold-sulphide-quartz vein systems in The Alta Floresta Gold Province, Amazon Craton (Brazil). III. 47 th Brazilian congress of Geology Salvador, Brazil Talks Melo, G. H. C. ; Monteiro, LVS ; Xavier, Roberto P.; Santiago, ESB. Geocronologia U-Pb e uma nova perspectiva sobre a evolução do depósito IOCG de classe mundial Salobo, Província Carajas, Brasil. Trevisan, V. G. ; Xavier, R. P. ; Assis, R. R. ; Paes de Barros, A.J. Intrusion-hosted goldsulphide-quartz vein systems in The Alta Floresta Gold Province, Amazon Craton (Brazil). 5. Future Plans In 2015, we have already been chosen to host the XXXIII Latin American Metallogeny Course here at University of Campinas. Organizing committee is composed of Dr. Roberto Xavier (University of Campinas), Dr. Carolina Moreto (University of Campinas), Dr. Maria José Mesquita (University of Campinas), Dr. Lena Virginia Monteiro (University of São Paulo) and Dr. Caetano Juliani (University of São Paulo) and the UNICAMP SEG Student Chapter. It will be a great opportunity with an international event in our university to disclosure the economic geology. Moreover, members of UNICAMP SEG Student Chapter will play an important role in the organization of this event (http://cms.unige.ch/sciences/terre/research/groups/mineral_resources/latinometal/campinas15/ campinas15.html) We also intend to maintain our schedule of lectures and short courses. Now we aim three short courses for the next year: Ultramafic rocks and mineral deposits (Dr. Cesar Ferreira Filho), A-type granites and mineralization (Dr. Nilson Botelho) and Mineral exploration in greenstone belts (Dr. Johann Hans Daniel Schorscher).
9 Additionally, we will continue giving support for the academic activities for the undergraduate students such as Opened University for other students (UPA) and Geology week of Unicamp (SEGEU) in order to insert the economic geology in these events.
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