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Ministry of Energy Mines and Responsible for Core Review

 

 

 

Ted Fuller, M.Sc., P.Eng., P.Geo.

Job title: Senior Mineral Assessment Geologist

 

Ted’s primary role is the review and approval of mineral assessment reports under the Mineral Tenure Act regulations

 

Education:

Thompson Rivers University (BGS with distinction, 2010)

Western Ontario (B.Sc. Honors Geology, 1977)

Simon Fraser University (M.Sc., 1987)

 

Expertise:

Ted was the Acid Rock Drainage Specialist (Environmental Geoscientist) before joining the BCGS in (2010) as a mineral assessment geologist supervised by Allan Wilcox. Prior to that, he worked in BC government as a Flood Hazard Geoscientist with Ministry of Water, Land & Air Protection, and a Regional Geomorphologist with Ministry of Environment. He was also the Placer Geologist with Yukon Geological Survey and Physical Scientist with Geological Survey of Canada. Ted’s mineral exploration experience spanned several years with major and junior mining companies and consultants.

 

Ted is responsible for doing mineral assessment report reviews at the BCGS and adding mineral occurrences to MINFILE. His speciality or area of expertise includes: mineral exploration (porphyry, skarn, sedex), environmental geochemistry, surficial geology and geomorphology, landslides, flooding, and engineering geology.

 

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