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Graduate Program (M.Sc.) - Global Change Ecology

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Craig Robert Walton

Craig Robert Walton

student

At Global Change Ecology until 12/2016
e-Mail: Graig.R.Walton(at)stmail.uni-bayreuth.de


 Education

 
2014 - present

Master of Science (Global Change Ecology)
University of Bayreuth, Germany

2001 - 2005

Bachelor of Science Double Degree (Applied Geology and Environmental Biology)
Curtin University of Technology (Perth, Australia)

Thesis topic: Phyto-uptake of Nickel and other heavy metals by native plant species

Department of Environmental Biology

Supervisor: Prof. Joan Osbourne

Employment History  

 
06/11 - 06/12 Senior Geologist with Venturex Resources. Perth and Whim Creek, WA.

Managing a small team of geologists and field assistants in site based and remote field Cu/Pb/Zn exploration programs.

06/10 - 11/11 Project Geologist with Montezuma Mining. Perth and Meekatharra, WA.
Desktop and field analysis of the old Peak Hill gold mining district; targeting known and potential Gold mineralisation.

01/06 - 11/11 Project, Exploration and Mine Geologist with BHPBilliton Iron Ore. Newman and Area C, WA.
Working with field exploration drilling projects in and around mining areas. Initial work as mining geologist within Mt Whaleback mine.

Internships  

 
2004 Practical Internship in Minesite Rehabilitation
Black Swan Mining Company, Coolgardie, Western Australia;

2004 Practical Internship in Surface Gold Mining
Coolgardie Gold, Coolgardie, Western Australia;

Conferences  

 
14-17/01/15 Inter-governmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), 3rd Plenary Session, Bonn, Germany
08-11/01/15 International Biogeography Society Conference, Bayreuth, Germany.
09/09 Australian Institute for Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM) Annual Conference, Perth, WA


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