"En reconnaissance pour l'article écrit dans le Journal de l'ICM en avril 2015
intitulé: "Le diagramme ternaire AI230 -Sr-Y: Un nouvel outil pour l'exploration de gisements de sulfures massifs volcanogènes."
J’ai obtenu un baccalauréat et une maîtrise en géochimie de l’Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) en 1987. J’ai été géologue et géologue de projets pour le Ministère des ressources naturelles du Québec ainsi que pour différentes petites compagnies d’exploration minières. Depuis 1995, à titre de président de Géo-Consilium, je suis consultant et prospecteur. Au cours de ma carrière, je me suis intéressé à l’exploration aurifère, aux sulfures massifs volcanogènes, aux terres rares, aux diamants, à l’uranium ainsi qu’au lithium et ce, principalement dans la ceintures de roches vertes de l’Abitibi québécois, à la Baie James et sur la Côte-Nord du Québec.
"In recognition of an excellent paper entitled: " Geological Setting, Petrology, and Geochemistry of Granitic Pegmatites and Leucogranites Hosting U-Th-REE Mineralization at Fraser Lakes Zone B, Wollaston Domain, Northern Saskatchewan, Canada."
Christine McKechnie is a geologist specializing in uranium deposits, in particular basement-hosted unconformity-related deposits in the Athabasca Basin and surrounding area. Since starting her career, she has worked for several companies (Claude Resources Inc., JNR Resources Inc., and CanAlaska Uranium Ltd.) carrying out gold and uranium exploration in northern Saskatchewan; in addition to a summer mapping with the Saskatchewan Geological Survey. She completed her B.Sc. in 2008 from the University of Saskatchewan (U of S), and in early 2013, she completed a M.Sc. at U of S on the geology and origin of the Fraser Lakes Zone B pegmatite-/leucogranite-hosted U-Th-REE deposit in northern Saskatchewan. She currently works as a Junior Mine Geologist for Cameco Corp. at their Rabbit Lake Operation. She is a member of CIM, GAC, MAC, PDAC, SEG, GSA, MSA, SGA, and is a Geoscientist-in-Training with APEGS.
Irvine R. Annesley received his B.Sc. degree in geology in 1978 from Concordia University in Montreal. He completed his M.Sc. degree in geology in 1981 at the University of Windsor and his PhD degree in geology in 1990 at the University of Ottawa. While undertaking his graduate studies, he worked with the Geological Survey of Canada for ten summers, from 1978 to 1987 as a geological field mapper. Currently, Annesley is Adjunct Professor in Geology at the University of Saskatchewan since 2003 and senior geoscientist – independent researcher for the last 2 years. He has over 35 years of industry experience, including 5 years and a half years as Director of Exploration with JNR Resources Inc. and 19 years as a senior research geoscientist with the Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC). His research has focused mainly on uranium deposits in the Athabasca Basin (Saskatchewan) using conventional geological methods and innovative techniques, including structural lineament analysis, applied synchrotron research, and GOCAD structural-geochemical modeling, among others. His research activities have also included studying uranium deposits in Australia, eastern Canada, and Nunavut.
In recognition of an excellent paper entitled “Geological Setting, Petrology, and Geochemistry of Granitic Pegmatites and Leucogranites Hosting U-Th-REE Mineralization at Fraser Lakes Zone B, Wollaston Domain, Northern Saskatchewan, Canada”
Kevin Ansdell is a Professor of Geology, with a focus on mineral deposits, in the Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Saskatchewan. He grew up in England and obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Geology from Oxford University in 1982, prior to gaining a M.Sc. from the University of Alberta and Ph.D. from University of Saskatchewan. He has been a faculty member since completing a post-doctoral fellowship with the Geological Survey of Canada in 1993, and has been actively involved in the teaching and supervision of undergraduate and graduate students in the areas of petrology, Precambrian Geology, isotope geology, and mineral deposits, especially gold, uranium, rare earth elements, and base metals. He is a Professional Geoscientist with Permission to Consult from the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan, Fellow of Geoscientists Canada, and Honorary Fellow of Engineers Canada.
"In recognition of an excellent paper entitled Structure, Stratigraphy, U-Pb Geochronology and Alteration Characteristics of Gold Mineralization at the Detour Lake Gold Deposit, Ontario, Canada."
Jim L. Oliver received his B.Sc. from University of British Columbia in 1982, his M.Sc. from Queen’s University in 1985, and his Ph.D. from Queen’s University 1996, all in geology or geophysics. He has more than 30 years of experience specializing in mineral deposit evaluations of early to advanced stage mineral occurrences.
Oliver has applied his expertise in 25 countries, working on or examining more than 400 mineral deposits or occurrences. He has acted as a geological consultant to major mining companies, to junior exploration groups, and to government geological surveys. He is a dedicated, energetic mineral explorer and a pragmatic field geologist. He continues to apply leading-edge geoscience principles and concepts to a wide variety of mineral deposit types and exploration challenges.
Oliver is currently the principle of Oliver Geoscience International Ltd. and the Chief Geoscientist for Colorado Resources Inc.
In recognition of an excellent paper entitled “Gold Potential of a Hidden Archean Fault Zone: The Case of the Cadillac–Larder Lake Fault.”
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