Congratulations to our graduates of fall 2023!
Faculty, staff, students, and researchers congratulate four PhD and two MSc graduates of the Harquail School of Earth Sciences. They join a proud family of alumni who continue to make a difference worldwide.
Harquail School of Earth Sciences graduates will be celebrated during Laurentian University's Convocation ceremonies in person and online on Saturday, October 28 at 10 a.m.
We thank our graduates for their contributions to our School and the body of research, knowledge, and expertise through their theses linked below (where applicable).
We wish our most recent graduates well as they begin or continue their careers.
PhD - Mineral Deposits and Precambrian Geology
Understanding the South Range Sudbury impact structure: a study of shear zones, impact breccias and PGE occurrences in the Vermilion and Crean Hill mines area, Sudbury, Canada
Geology, mineralogy, geochemistry, and petrogenesis of Ni-Cu-(PGE) and PGE-(Cu)-(Ni) deposits in China
Factors contributing to metal endowment in the western Wabigoon and southern Abitibisub provinces: A machine learning approach to Precambrian greenstone belts
Assessing primary versus secondary features in two pegmatite swarms with implications for the nature of pegmatitic systems
MSc Geology - Thesis
William R. Scott
Biostratigraphy of the sekwi and rockslide formations (lower to middle Cambrian; Wrigley lake and Sekwi mountain areas; NTS 95M and 105P, Northwest Territories, Canada); implications for basin development and regions correlation
Gold mineralisation in a chemically reactive host: the Archean Gold Mineralised Vickers Dioritic Intrusive Complex, Nunavut Canada
MSc Geology - Applied Mineral Exploration