Professional Societies and Associations (A$5,000 or in-kind)

Association for Mineral Exploration British Columbia, Australasian Institute of Mining & Metallurgy, Australian Institute of Geoscientists, Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy & Petroleum, Geological Society of Australia, Irish Association for Economic Geology, Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada, Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration, Society of Economic Geologists, The Southern African Institute of Mining & Metallurgy

AMIRA International Project P554 (1999-2002) – total A$953,750

Gold (A$9,000 per annum for 3 years)

Anglo American (through Minorco), AngloGold Ashanti (through Acacia Gold), Barrick (through Aurion Gold, Delta Gold, Homestake, Placer Dome, Ross Mining), BHP Billiton (through BHP, Billiton, WMC), Centaur, Codelco, CSIRO Exploration & Mining, Geoscience Australia, Gold Fields, MMG (through Pasminco), Newcrest (also through Equigold), Newmont (through Normandy), Rio Tinto (also through North), St Barbara (through Western Metals), Xstrata (through MIM and also Jubilee Mines).

Additional corporate donations to assist the early growth of DM were also made by Anglo American, AngloGold Ashanti, Centaur, N M Rothschild & Sons (Aust), Newcrest, Normandy, North, Rio Tinto, WMC.

Silver (A$2,000 per annum for 3 years)

Alkane, Boyer Exploration, CBH Resources (through Triako Resources), Coffey Mining (through RSG Global), Croesus, DMITRE (South Australian Department of Manufacturing Innovation Trade Resources Energy, originally as Primary Industries & Resources South Australia), Eldorado (through Sino Gold), Gawler Gold, Geological Survey of Western Australia, Georeality, Gindalbie Metals (through Gindalbie Gold), Guardian Resources, Harmony (through New Hampton Goldfields), Helix Resources, Highlands Pacific, Independence Group, Ivanhoe Mines, Kagara Zinc, Kingsgate (also though Dominion), Kiska (through Geoinformatics), Mineral Resources Tasmania, Minotaur Resources, Norilsk Nickel (through both LionOre and Mining Project Investors), Northern Territory Geological Survey, Pima Mining (Magnesium International), Perilya (also through Ranger Minerals), Sipa Resources, SRK Consulting, Straits Resources, Thundelarra, Titan Resources, Troy Resources, US Geological Survey

AMIRA International Project P554A (2002-2004) – total A$476,500

Gold (A$10,000 per annum for 2 years)

Barrick (also sponsored by Placer Dome), BHP Billiton (also sponsored by WMC), Cameco, Codelco, Freeport McMoran (through Phelps Dodge), Newcrest (also through Lihir and Equigold), Newmont, Rio Tinto, Teck (through Teck Cominco), Vale (as CVRD), Xstrata (also through Jubilee Mines).

Silver (A$3,000 per annum for 2 years)

Alberta Geological Survey, Alcoa, British Columbia Geological Survey, CBH Resources (through Consolidated Broken Hill and Triako), Cliffs (through Portman), Consolidated Minerals, CSIRO Exploration & Mining, De Beers, Department of Primary Industries Victoria (GeoScience Victoria), DMITRE (South Australian Department of Manufacturing Innovation Trade Resources & Energy, originally as Primary Industries & Resources South Australia), Eldorado (through Sino Gold), Geological Survey of Canada, Geological Survey of Queensland, Geoscience Australia, Grupo Mexico (though Asarco), Independence Group (also through Jabiru Metals), Ivanhoe Mines, Kimberley Diamonds, Kingsgate, Kiska (through Geoinformatics), Norilsk Nickel (through LionOre), MMG (through Oxiana), New South Wales Department of Trade & Investment (Geological Survey of New South Wales), Resolute Mining, Saskatchewan Industry & Resources, Sipa Resources, Straits Resources, Terra Search, US Geological Survey

Bronze (in-kind services to the value of a Silver Sponsor in P554, P554A or later)

Bureau Veritas (through AMDEL), AusSpec, De Re Metallica, Flinders Diamonds, GeoReference Online, Intierra, Orogenic Exploration, Pontifex & Associates, Porter GeoConsultancy, Kingston Morrison (now Sinclair Knight Merz), Spectral International. Tim Hopwood, University of Adelaide

Eleven sponsors in bold yellow have supported every phase of DM’s development.

All of the above Foundation Sponsors (or their successors) as well as current Foundation Sponsors of AMIRA P1040 can access DM via annual subscription at a significantly lower rate than non-sponsors (note: all P1040 sponsors have free access until the end of the project on June 30, 2015). Individual members of the Foundation Professional Societies & Associations can also access DM at half the normal annual rate of subscription.