Roundup 2014 trade show sold out in Vancouver
AMEBC will host its 31st anniversary Mineral Exploration Roundup January 27-30 in Vancouver.
In 2013 more than 7,800 delegates from 44 countries attended the show. It is anticipated that this year’s show will grow, in part due to returning programming, new session focused on innovation in the exploration sector and more than 240 exhibitors displaying supplies and technology revolutionizing mining.
Delegate can also take in conferences, poster sessions highlighting ninety geological mapping and economic geology studies across Canada and visit the Core Shack to see new operating and advanced discoveries around the world. For those wanting to discover properties held by independent prospectors, within the Core Shack is the Prospectors’ Ten. Here prospectors are on hand with rock and drill samples to discuss their findings.
Those with a taste for adventured can take a two day trip to Myra Falls, a complex-metal zoned volcanogenic massive sulphide in the Sicker Group volcanic rocks of Vancouver Island.
There will also be technical session starting on Monday to cover topics ranging from public geoscience, best practices, to site-specific presentations on Yukon and Alaska and historical sites across the province.
For all events, here is the 2014 Roundup schedule at a glance.