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Welcome to the 12th SGA Biennial Meeting

August 8: ON-LINE REGISTRATION CLOSED

July 31: Registration will be open until August 7.

July 30: Instructions for oral and poster presentations

July 24: Detailed programme with presentations updated

July 4: Detailed programme with presentations posted

July 4: Detailed schedule posted

June 3: Deadline for early bird registration

Feb 22: Abstract submission is closed

Jan 11, 2013: Info about sessions updated

Jan 7, 2013: Registration is open

Nov 8, 2012: Please click here for 2nd circular


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The Geological Survey of Sweden and the local organizing committee are proud to announce the 12th SGA Biennial Meeting which will be held in the university city of Uppsala. The meeting will take place at the Uppsala University main building within walking distance to most downtown hotels.

The 12th SGA Biennial Meeting will provide excellent opportunities to present and exchange knowledge within the field of mineral deposit research.

Sweden has a history of mining and metals refining stretching back more than a thousand years. Its metal ores and other mineral resources, and the knowledge about how to use them, have been key elements in building the prosperity of the country.

There will be a wide variety of activities available to both delegates and accompanying persons, in terms of excursions and of all the interesting social activities that Uppsala and nearby Stockholm have to offer.

It is my pleasure to warmly invite you to Sweden and Uppsala. We look forward to seeing you at the
12th SGA Biennial Meeting.

Per Klingbjer
Chairman of the local organizing committee,
Head of Department, the Geological Survey of Sweden.