This page offers links to selected contributions from AAG Distinguished Lecturers and other members to give you a better idea of what is high-level applied geochemistry, and to provide them as resources for the geochemists community.
All documents are free for reading and sharing within applied geochemists, but they retain their author's copyright and should not be modified, or reused for commercial purposes, without the written permission of their author or of the AAG.
Dr. Clemens Reimann
Dr. Clemens Reimann was AAG's Distinguished Lecturer in 2002. Since then, he has contributed extensively to the development of geochemical atlases at the European level, especially with the GEMAS project (http://gemas.geolba.ac.at/).
His presentation of the GEMAS approach is available here <15Mb PDF file>.
More information is available on the GEMAS web site and from Clemens's scientific papers.
Dr. Stew Hamilton
Stew Hamilton was the AAG Distinguished Lecturer 2005-2006. Available here are his three lectures:
- Reduced Chimneys and Electrochemical Transport over Oxidizable Geological Features.
- "Forest Rings" and Their Implications for Geochemical Exploration of Oil, Gas and Mineral Deposits.
- Geochemical Exploration in Areas of Thick Glacial Cover.
Dr. Rob Bowell
Rob Bowell was the AAG Distinguished Lecturer 2011-2012. Available here is his presentation "The Role of Applied Geochemistry in the Mine-Life Cycle".