Harquail School Hosts Annual Year End Banquet

The Harquail School of Earth Sciences Annual Year End Banquet is taking place on April 7, 2018!

We will celebrate this year's graduating class in Earth Sciences and Environmental Geosciences. Honours thesis presentations will begin at 1:30PM followed by activities in the evening, an awards presentation, and a speech from our 2005 alumnus Joshua Bailey, P.Geo. COO of Exiro Minerals Corp. Activities include "Geopardy", bowling, billards, and darts. 

Location: Italian Club, 7 Craig St. Copper Cliff

1:30 PM Undergraduate thesis presentations

5:00 PM Cocktails and activities

6:30 PM Dinner, Guest Speaker, Awards

Awards Presented for:

Best Undergraduate Thesis Presentation (David Beilhartz Award)

Best Seminars Awards

Final Undergraduate Student Presentations

Date: April, 7th, 2018,
Time: 1.30 pm to 5.00 pm

1.30-1.45
Bailey Zeman
Determining the association of Gold with alteration and sulphide mineralization in intrusion related gold deposits at Lafond

1.45-2.00
Elliot Wehrle
Mineral chemistry of gahnite from the Lalor metamorphosed VMS deposit, Snow Lake, MB

2.00-2.15
Charlotte Stone
Trace element distribution and mobility in diagenetic pyrite from the Hess River Formation, NWT, Canada

2.15-2.30
Colt Meyer
Archean nonconformity, Swayze Greenstone Belt: honing stratigraphy, modernizing literature and further support for an oblique strike-slip, dextral regional structure

2.30-2.45 Coffee Break

2.45-3.00
Dylan Doucette
Reconstructing Craton-scale drainage basins in deep time: a GIS approach to the Paleoproterozoic of Superia

3.00-3.15
Brandon Hume
Specific Gravity Profile of the Abitibi Sub-Province, Canada

3.15-3.30
Geordie Hamilton
Petrological Study of Alteration Associated with Gold Mineralization in Zone 7 of the Holt mine, Abitibi Greenstone Belt, Ontario

3.30-3.45
Brittaney Courchesne
Mineralogy and geochemistry of As and Sb in the Cobalt, ON mine tailings

3.45-4.00 Coffee break

4.00-4.15
Jennifer Anderson-Butcher
The effect of iron-reducing bacteria on metal-rich tailing sediments in legacy mine sites around Sudbury, Canada

4.15-4.30
Steven Alcock
Contact Metamorphism of Western Greenstone Lens in the Creighton Pluton on the Southern Margin of the Sudbury Igneous Complex

4.30-4.45
Sean Hoffman
Petrographic Study of Metamorphic Mineral Assemblages of the Jefferson Prospect in the Swayze Greenstone Belt, Ontario.