Systems Thinking for Geoscience: “The New Hope”

Systems Thinking for Geoscience: “The New Hope”

A video workshop I recorded recently with GeoHug, this was also kindly posted on their YouTube channel.

From GeoHug: this workshop discusses an holistic approach to understanding mineral systems. Mineral systems are complex, open, multi-dimensional systems that operate at different scales and times and sometimes several scales at the same time. Traditional reductionist analytical thinking can make it difficult to understand these systems, but Tim’s approach to thinking about interactions and processes should make discovery easier. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn more about mineral systems and how to understand these complex self-organizing ore systems better. Complexity does not mean complicated.