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The 2003 Arthur F. Taggart Award  

Awarded To: Eric M. Hill


For the paper “Recovering Gold from Carbon Fines by a Gold Transfer Process” published in MINERALS & METALLURGICAL PROCESSING, February 2003.
Eric Hill has worked within the gold mining industry for the past 14 years. He is currently mine engineer with Kinross Gold at the Fort Knox mine in Fairbanks AK. He joined the Fort Knox mine in 1997 as a metallurgical technician and has also served as plant metallurgist. Prior to joining Fort Knox, Hill spent four years with Santa Fe Pacific Gold at the Twin Creeks Mine in Nevada in mill operations and as a metallurgical technician. Hill also worked in mill processing and gold refining at AMAX’s Sleeper Mine near his home town of Orovada, NV. Hill is currently a student at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks working towards a B.S. in mining engineering and a M.S. in mineral processing.

About The Arthur F. Taggart Award:

The Arthur F. Taggart Award, established in 1970, is made for the paper or series of closely related papers with at least one common author, which in the opinion of the Committee represents a notable contribution to the science of minerals processing.

   
 



 
 
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