Keaton Strongman

Keaton Strongman

MSc Candidate Geology

Metallogeny of the Onaman-Tashota Greenstone Belt, Eastern Wabigoon Domain, Northern Ontario

I completed my B.Sc. at McMaster University and Laurentian University with an honour's thesis focused on the chemostratigraphy of the South Range Norite of the Sudbury Igneous Complex supervised by Dr. C. Michael Lesher (Laurentian). My M.Sc. was focused on the volcanic, structural, and hydrothermal evolution of a metamorphosed high sulfidation volcanogenic massive sulfide system in the Archean Onaman Assemblage in Northern Ontario supervised by Dr. Harold Gibson (Laurentian). My current research is focused on integrating physical volcanology, structural geology, hydrothermal systems, tectonics, metallogeny and petrogenesis into the study of regional controls on VMS and epithermal systems in the Archean Onaman-Tashota Belt in Northern Ontario.

Upcoming Events

MERC Technical Program at RFG 2018
Time: 03:30pm - 05:00pm
Location: Vancouver Convention Centre East, Vancouver Convention Centre West Building, 1055 Canada Pl, Vancouver, BC V6C 0C3, Canada

Monday, August 27th

Tuesday, October 16th



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