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Copper Giants: Geology, Genesis and New Pathways to Discovery

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Jamie Wilkinson was born in the United Kingdom and educated at Cambridge (B.A.) and Southampton (Ph.D.) followed by postdoctoral research at Imperial College London. This was followed by a 20-year research and lecturing career teaching field geology, geochemistry and ore deposit geology. He was recently a Visiting Research Professor at CODES , University of Tasmania, and is currently an Honorary Research Associate there. In February 2014 Jamie joined the newly-formed Department of Earth Sciences at the Natural History Museum (NHM), London, as Research Leader in Mineral Deposits where he heads a research group and consults for the exploration industry. Recent research is focused on the development of tools for mineral exploration using mineral chemistry, the application of transition metal isotope geochemistry to ore deposit studies, and investigations of metal transport and deposition from hydrothermal fluids. He is co-founder of LODE , the London Centre for Ore Deposits and Exploration, based at the NHM .

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