Date: Saturday, September 22, 2018 to Tuesday, September 25, 2018
Every four years of the past 12, SEG members and other geoscientists have gathered in Colorado for the Society's flagship event. The conference title was chosen to reflect the broadening scope of the field of economic geology, which more than ever encompasses precious and base metals that form the traditional backbone of our exploration and research projects, infrastructure metals needed for the urbanization of our modern world, and technology and energy minerals and metals used in fast-developing industries and markets.
These themes will be the focus of technical sessions, bringing together both invited and submitted presentations and posters to update our community on the latest developments across the breadth of our discipline. The challenges of adapting to and predicting present and future trends, both for economic geologists and society as a whole, will be specific and, we hope, thought provoking session topics.