In 19th June 2009 Chapter organized field trip to several localities in central Bohemia.
- Třebenice-Podsedice: garnetiferous proluvial sediments, visit to the mining and processing facility
- Lubná near Rakovník: argilitized volcaniclastics of a post-collisional basin and their processing for ceramic applications (visit to underground mine, open pit and processing plant)
- Louny: muzeum of local geology
Lecture: David Dolejš, Jakub Trubač, Lukáš Vondrovic
Joint excursion to ore deposits of the Krušné hory/Erzgebirge Mts.
(together with the SEG chapter at Bergakademie Freiberg)
Field trip stops: uranium mine Svornost in Jáchymov, tin deposits at Rolava and Přebuz.
Field trip guides: Dr. Petr Rojík, Dr. Viktor Goliáš and Mr. Paul Griessmann
Visit to mine and mineralogical museum of the Příbram district
Lecture: Mgr. Eva Litochlebová
Joint meeting with the students at ETH Zurich
In the late autumn 2008 Chapter took part in an interesting three-days fieldtrip dedicated to the Alpine geology in Switzerland. The meeting and fieldtrip were held by students from the ETH Zürich on 14-16th November, 2008.
News, No. 24, page 4
Trip to Moravské naftové doly
In the early spring 2009, on 4-5 March, the Chapter organized an exciting two-day fieldtrip to Moravia to visit the MND (Moravské naftové doly) Group, which represents the largest company specialized in exploration and extraction of crude oil and natural gas in the Czech Republic. We visit an excursion on field 3D seismic measurements (Hustopeče), borehole drilling (Uhřice), laboratory techniqiues (Hodonín) and seismic processing (Brno).
Lecture: Dr. Berka
SGA News 25, page 21
In mid May 2006 Jiří Sláma – Chapter member organized a field trip to Jeseniky mountains (Au-mineralization, BIF formation, Mn- skarns, pegmatites). SGA News No 22, page 17
In the end of May students took part in field trip to the North Bohemia – Kozákov, Smrčí (olivinite nodules in basalts).
And also in the end of June Student Chapter organized a field trip to Altenberg, Central Erzgebirge (German part) and surroundings under a lead of Prof. M. Štemprok.
In the end of November 2005 Student Chapter organized a field trip to Kutná Hora and surroundings under a lead of Petr Drahota. SGA News 17, page 11
Our Student Chapter also got in touch with SEG Student Chapter in Zurich and SEG Student Chapter in Kiev, and we are keen on organizing a joint meeting and field trip next year and collaborate together in future.
During spring 2005 we undertook several field trips to the Rožná uranium mine, Krásno (Central Erzgebirge), and Cínovec/Altenberg Sn – W deposit (Germany) lead by Prof M. Štemprok.
Cínovec mine, June 2005
During 2004-2005 we undertook several field trips to the Krupka mine, the Gorleben salt mine in Niedersachsen, Wieliczka district and Zloty Stock deposit in Poland, and Rožná uranium mine.
During 2002-2003 we undertook field trips to the Central Erzgebirge (Sn-W, Ag-deposits), German part of the chapter visited a few times Czech Republic and there also were arranged field trips to the Příbram and Kutná Hora districts, including St. Barbara celebration at Charles University.