When mining geophysics is discussed at international meetings, one group is mentioned early and often—the members of the Canadian Exploration Geophysical Society (KEGS) which is headquartered in Toronto. This year KEGS will celebrate its 50th anniversary as a professional organization and its 30th anniversary as a section of SEG. KEG is predominantly composed of near-surface specialists who employ various geophysical methods to explore for and produce minerals, and address engineering and environmental issues. Despite being relatively small, KEGS continues to strongly support SEG by funding several student scholarships annually. It is, therefore, no surprise that this year's mining geophysics special...

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