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Rebecca Wright touches on the values of sharing knowledge at AusIMM conferences

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With just over a week left to complete and submit your abstract for AusIMM's Life of Mine Conference 2023, we snuck in a chat with Rebecca Wright who presented at our last LOM conference. Rebecca revisits the benefits of getting involved by sharing her top tips, following her 2021 abstract, "Multi Criteria Analysis as a tool to deliver effective post mining land use outcomes". 

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Rebecca Wright, Manager Water Planning, BHP - WAIO, revisits her successful abstract submission, and shares the importance of getting involved. 

Where did you present your abstract?

AusIMM's Life of Mine Conference 2021.

Why did you decide to submit an abstract?

The work we had completed on MCA tool was potentially transferable to other operators, so we were keen to allow others to leverage our work and support good closure decision making. In addition, feedback on the tool from industry peers would enable us to improve. 

What is your top reason for presenting?

Increasing the profile of applying standard decision support tools in closure context.

Can you sum up your abstract experience in a few words?

Valuable for us and industry.

Do you have any advice for those submitting an abstract?

Just do it!

If you want to add value and be a catalyst for change in our industry, submit an abstract and have your chance to present at AusIMM's Life of Mine Conference 2023. Abstracts close 6 February 2023. 

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