Richard Sinding-Larsen

Richard Sinding-Larsen

Richard Sinding-Larsen has been Professor of Resource Geology at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) since 1980, Emeritus since 2012. His research focuses on the estimation of undiscovered
mineral resources, with particular attention to the process of discovering metals and petroleum. He has a long-standing interest in deposit modelling and pioneered probabilistic assessment of Caledonian massive sulphide resources and initiated the development of methodology and tools (GeoX, now owned by Schlumberger) used as decision support for risk, resource and economic evaluation of exploration. Sinding-Larsen’s current research interest is in how to appraise and quantify resource uncertainties within mineral and petroleum systems whose components
are logically related in complex ways – such as sulphides linked to volcanic spreading ridges beneath the oceans and petroleum systems.

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  • Quantifying the Unknown av Georgy Cherkashov, Cyril Juliani, Steinar Løve Ellefmo, Krishna Kanta Panthi, Sergey Petukhov, Irina Poroshina, Richard Sinding-Larsen, Ben Snook og Fredrik Søreide (Heftet)

    Quantifying the Unknown

    Marine Mineral Resource Potential on the Norwegian Extended Continental Shelf

    Språk/målform Engelsk Utgivelsesår 2019 ISBN 9788202650353 Heftet Akademisk
  • Quantifying the Unknown av Steinar Løve Ellefmo og Fredrik Søreide (Open Access)
    Open Access

    Quantifying the Unknown

    Marine Mineral Resource Potential on the Norwegian Extended Continental Shelf

    Språk/målform Engelsk Utgivelsesår 2019 ISBN 9788202591045 Open Access Akademisk