Mann Redmayne Medal B

For the best paper published in IMM Transactions B: Applied Earth Science.

Mann Redmayne Medal B

(incorporating the Wardell Armstrong Prize)

The Mann Redmayne Medal is presented for the best paper published in IMM Transactions B: Applied Earth Science.

Nominees should be members of IOM3 or AusIMM, with preference to research students or those in the early part of their industry career.

Eligible papers must have been published 2 years before the award is presented.

The winner will receive a medal, certificate and £450.00.

The award is supported jointly with AusIMM.

Award judging

The award is judged by the IOM3 Applied Earth Science Leadership Team.

Past winners

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Litho-structural controls on orogenic gold deposits within the Sandstone greenstone belt, Yilgarn Craton, Western Australia: Implications for exploration targeting
Rhys F Davies et al.

Host rock geochemistry, texture and chemical composition of magnetite in iron ore in the Neoarchaean Nyong unit in southern Cameroon
N N Chombongm, C E Suh, B Lehmann, A Vishiti, D C Ilouga, E M Shemang, B S Tantoh & A C Kedia

Discovery, supply and demand: From Metals of Antiquity to critical metals
J. P. Sykes, J. P. Wright & A. Trench

Indium: key issues in assessing mineral resources and long-term supply from recycling
T. T. Werner, G. M. Mudd & S. M. Jowitt

Lithology and mineralisation types of the Rockliden Zn–Cu massive sulphide deposit, north-central Sweden: Implications for ore processing
F. E. Minz, J. Lasskogen, C. Wanhainen & P. Lamberg

The benefits of mine scale three-dimensional structural modelling at Macraes Gold Mine, Central Otago, New Zealand: a case study
A Daniels & J Mascini

Shale-hosted Ni–(Cu–PGE) mineralisation: a global overview
S M Jowitt & R R Keays