Geological Science and Engineering

Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering
Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering

Michael Gadd

Ph.D. Geology

Office:  Bruce 349
Email: michael.gadd@queensu.ca
Thesis Topic: Shale geochemistry of the Howard’s Pass SEDEX Zn-Pb district
Supervisor: Dr. Daniel Layton-Matthews, Dr. Jan Peter (GSC) and Dr. Suzanne Paradis (GSC)

 

Research Interests

Sediment-hosted base metal mineralization

LA-ICP-MS

Pyrite geochemistry

 

Brief Biography

M.Sc. Queen’s University, 2010

B.Sc. Tennessee Technological University, 2009

Awards

Colin Joudrie and Dawn Russell Teaching Assistant Award 2014

Endeavor Silver Corp. Graduate Student Award for Academic Excellence 2013-2014

Society of Economic Geologists Canada Foundation Student Research Grant 2013

Society of Economic Geologists Canada Foundation Student Research Grant 2012

HanOcci Mining Associates Teaching Assistant Award 2012

Publications

Gadd, M., Layton-Matthews, D., Paradis, S., and Peter, J., 2013. Microanalytical geochemical analysis of texturally variable pyrite associated with mineralization and surrounding host rocks in the Howard's Pass District, Selwyn Basin, Yukon; Geological Survey of Canada, Open File 7353.

Gadd, M., Layton-Matthews, D., Peter, J., and Paradis, S., 2014. Trace element characteristics and S isotopic compositions of pyrite in the Howard’s Pass Zn-Pb District, Selwyn Basin, Yukon; Geological Survey of Canada, Open File 7511, 1 poster. doi:10.4095/293468

Peter, J., Paradis, S., Layton-Matthews, D., Gadd, M., Baker, S., Gill, S., Plett, S. and Goodfellow, W., 2013. Application of visible-near infrared and short wave infrared spectroscopy to SEDEX deposit exploration in the Selwyn Basin, Yukon. Poster session with abstracts, Society of Economic Geology Annual Conference, Whistler, BC, September 24-27, 2013.


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