Structural history and control of lode gold mineralization in the Malartic segment of the Larder Lake – Cadillac Deformation Zone
Brendon joined Metal Earth in 2017 as a MSc student studying structural geology. His research is focused on the structural history and control of lode gold mineralization in the Malartic segment of the Larder Lake – Cadillac Deformation Zone in close proximity to the Canadian Malartic gold mine.
Originally from Saskatchewan, Brendon graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a BSc Honours degree in Geology. While obtaining his undergraduate degree, Brendon was involved with the earth science student group by assisting with organizing events, managing fundraising efforts and acting as a student representative for APEGS. During the summer field season, he worked for the Saskatchewan Geological Survey as an assistant for a reconnaissance mapping project. His undergraduate research project developed during the field season, which focused on the field relationships, petrology and geochemistry of a magmatic Ni-Cu deposit occurring in layered-mafic intrusions. Upon graduation in 2016, he worked as an analyst for an investment attraction initiative led by the Economic Development Division of the Saskatchewan Provincial Government.
Mon17 Jun 2019
Time: 07:00pm - 09:00pm
Location: Willet Green Miller Centre, Greater Sudbury, ON P3E 6B5, Canada, Auditorium