Registration

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SEG 2019 Registration

Registration information is below, including fees for general registration, workshops, and field trips, along with general conference information. Please review this material carefully and, as you make decisions about which events you plan to register for, be sure that times and dates do not conflict. Some workshops and field trips, for example, are scheduled during the same time slots. After reviewing, click on the "Register" button below to proceed to the registration website.

Conference Registration

Registration fee includes:

  • Full participation at the SEG 2019 Conference
  • Three lunch buffets
  • Three exhibit hall receptions
  • Six coffee/tea breaks
  • Daily exhibit entrance
  • Access to the available SEG 2019 Conference Proceedings
  Early
April 1 – August 15, 2019
Regular
August 16 – September 20, 2019
On-Site
October 6, 2019
SEG Member 695 795 995
Non-member 795 895 1,095
SEG Student Member 195 245 345
Student Non-member 245 295 395
All prices are in United States dollars (USD). Deadlines are in Mountain Daylight Time (MDT).

Workshop Registration

Early:  April 1 – August 15, 2019
Regular:  August 16 – September 20, 2019

    SEG Member Non‑member SEG Student Member Student Non‑member
WS01 Epithermal Polymetallic Deposits in the Porphyry System (Details) 395 / 495 495 / 595 200 / 250 250 / 300
WS02 Integrating Hyperspectral Technologies and Geochemistry through the Mining Value Chain (Details) 395 / 495 495 / 595 200 / 250 250 / 300
WS03 Creation and Destruction of Permeability (Details) 395 / 495 495 / 595 200 / 250 250 / 300
WS04 Epithermal Gold and Silver Deposits — Geology and Exploration (Details) 395 / 495 495 / 595 200 / 250 250 / 300
WS05 Supergene Processes: Metals Mobility in the Weathering Environment/Procesos Supérgenos: Movilidad de Metales en el Ambiente de Meteorización (Details) 395 / 495 495 / 595 200 / 250 250 / 300
WS06 Virtual Geology — Techniques, Tips, and Tricks (Details) 395 / 495 495 / 595 200 / 250 250 / 300
WS07 Exploration for Skarn Deposits (Details) 395 / 495 495 / 595 200 / 250 250 / 300
WS08 Porphyry Copper Systems — From Bottom to Top (Details) 495 / 595 595 / 695 250 / 300 300 / 350
WS09 Orogenic Gold: Metallogeny to Exploration (Details) 395 / 495 495 / 595 200 / 250 250 / 300
WS10 Hydrothermal Alteration Patterns in Iron Oxide Copper-Gold Systems: Recognition, Interpretation and Implications for Exploration (Details) 395 / 495 495 / 595 200 / 250 250 / 300
Conference registration required. All prices are in United States dollars (USD). Deadlines are in Mountain Daylight Time (MDT). SEG reserves the right to cancel should minimum attendance numbers not be met by August 15, 2019.

Field Trip Registration

Early:  April 1 – August 15, 2019
Regular:  August 16 – September 20, 2019

    SEG Member Non‑member SEG Student Member Student Non‑member
FT01 IOCG Systems of the Carajás Province, Amazon Craton, Northern Brazil (Details) 1,445 / 1,545 1,545 / 1,645 695 / 795 795 / 895
FT02 Porphyry-Epithermal Ore Deposits of Northern Chile (Details) SOLD OUT
FT03 Giant Porphyry Cu-Mo Ore Deposits of the Miocene-Pliocene Age Farallon District: Examples from the Los Bronces, Andina (Rio Blanco), and Vizachitas Systems (Details) 395 / 495 495 / 595 200 / 250 250 / 300
FT04 Domeyko Fault Zone Transect: Structural Controls of Giant Porphyry Systems (Details) 995 / 1,095 1,095 / 1,195 495 / 545 545 / 595
FT05 Ore Deposits of the Maricunga Region, Chile: From Near-Paleosurface to Epithermal and Porphyry Depths (Details) 1,095 / 1,195 1,195 / 1,295 545 / 595 595 / 645
FT06 A Transect Across the Andes Between Santiago, Chile, and Mendoza, Argentina (Details) 1,195 / 1,295 1,295 / 1,395 595 / 645 645 / 695
FT07 Andean IOCG Deposits in the Atacama Region (Details) 1,195 / 1,295 1,295 / 1,395 595 / 645 645 / 695
Conference registration required. All prices are in United States dollars (USD). Deadlines are in Mountain Daylight Time (MDT). SEG reserves the right to cancel should minimum attendance numbers not be met by August 15, 2019.

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Conference Policies

Payment Policy

Payment is due within 7 days. If you are registering within 30 days of the conference, payment is due now. If transferring money internationally please ensure that you add the international transaction fee to your payment. Accounts that are not paid before the conference will incur a $100 processing fee. All accommodation accounts must be settled on checkout.

If you apply for SEG membership after registering for the conference as a non-member, you may be eligible for a $100 refund. To be considered, you must select the “Electronic Only” member category on the SEG application. All cases are subject to individual review. Apply for membership at www.segweb.org/join and, if you are accepted, forward your “SEG Welcome” email with request to jeffdoyle@segweb.org.

Confirmations and Tax Invoices

A tax invoice/confirmation will be e-mailed once your registration has been processed. All prices are quoted in United States dollars (USD).

Registration Cancellation Policy

For the conference, workshops, and field trips, cancellations that are notified in writing by August 15, 2019, will be eligible for a refund less 25%. Cancellations notified after this date will not be eligible for any refund, however another person may attend in your place.

It is the responsibility of each registrant to aquire all necessary travel documents to attend the conference and activites.

All conference field trip attendees will be required to sign a waiver. Failure to sign will result in cancellation of your trip at no refund.

Insurance

The registration fees do not include insurance of any kind. Participants are advised to take out personal insurance, including coverage for travel, accommodation, and personal possessions. Neither the Organizing Committee nor Conference Organizer covers individuals against the cancellations of bookings for any reason including cancellation or postponement of the conference or for theft or damage to belongings.

Conference Cancellation or Postponement

The members of the Organizing Committee and Conference Organizer do not accept any liability for losses incurred in the event of the conference being cancelled or postponed due to an unforeseen event or any other event that renders performance of this conference inadvisable, illegal, impracticable, or impossible. An unforeseen event shall include, but shall not be limited to: an Act of God; infectious disease outbreak, industrial disruptions, service provider failures, governmental restrictions and/or regulations; war or apparent act of war; terrorism or apparent act of terrorism; disaster; civil disorder, disturbance, and/or riots; curtailment, suspension, and/or restriction on transportation; or any other emergency.

In the event the conference is cancelled no refunds will be issued. All available funds, after cancellation expenses, will be credited towards a future conference held by the hosting organization.

SEG Events Code of Conduct

All registrants, guests, volunteers, exhibitors, SEG staff, service providers, and others in attendance are expected to abide by this SEG Events Code of Conduct.

Expected Behavior

  • Be respectful, considerate, collegial, and collaborative.
  • Communicate in a civil manner, critiquing ideas rather than individuals.
  • Avoid personal attacks directed toward others in attendance.
  • Obey the rules and policies of the meeting venue and hotels.
  • Alert meeting security personnel, SEG staff, or SEG leadership if you notice anyone in distress, or detect a dangerous, or potentially dangerous, situation.

Unacceptable Behavior Includes But is Not Limited To:

  • Harassment, intimidation, discrimination, or threatening actions.
  • Physical or verbal abuse of any attendee.
  • Disruption of any presentations.
  • Audio/video recording of any presentations without permission from SEG.
  • Inappropriate use of sexual images in public spaces or in presentations.

Consequences of Unacceptable Behavior

  • Anyone requested to stop unacceptable behavior is expected to immediately cease and desist.
  • Actions may include immediate removal from the venue without warning or refund.
  • SEG reserves the right to prohibit attendance by offenders at any future SEG meeting or other SEG-sponsored event.

Reporting Unacceptable Behavior

If you are subject to unacceptable behavior or have witnessed any such behavior, please immediately notify an SEG staff member on-site or SEG member with a designated leadership or organizational position.

Copyright Assignment

All authors assign and transfer the copyright and all of its rights and privileges to the Society of Economic Geologists, Inc. (SEG) for publication via all media, including print and electronic, worldwide, today and in the future. All authors represent they have the right to grant such permission based on copyright law, and the use of third-party material has been cleared for the purposes as set out. Authors retain the right to reprint this work without requesting permission from SEG.

Authors whose presentations are accepted will be required to register for the SEG 2019 Conference no later than August 16, 2019.