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T.J. Quesnel B.Sc.

1231 Highway 17 West
P.O. Box 20007
Sturgeon Falls, ON POH 2BO
(705) 753-2387
fax (705) 753-6113

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science, Geology.
Lake Superior State University, Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, 1987

Geological Engineering Technology Honours Diploma
Cambrian College School of Mineral Resources Technology, Sudbury, Ontario, 1985

 

WORK EXPERIENCE

Consulting Geologist - Due North Resources
Sturgeon Falls, Ontario, March 1994 - present

Preparation and Certification of Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources Aggregate Resource Site Plans, mine reserve estimate studies, geologic mapping and prospecting, plane table and alidade surveys, topographic mapping and 3-D modeling, as well as supervision of sand, gravel, and rock core drilling, logging and sampling programs. Preparation of New York State Dept. of Environmental Conservation Mined Land Use Plans, Draft Environmental Impact Statements and New York State Dept. of Transportation Geologic Source Quality Reports

Projects include:

Mining Licence and Permitting Projects

The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and the New York State Dept. of Environmental Conservation require that any mining require a mining permit or licence. These licencess involve the preparation of a mining and rehabilitation plans map as well as a report extensively detailing the sites current status, and post mining land use. Larger projects often involve the preparation of Environmental Impact Statements. Many clients require assistance in compliance with mining permit conditions. Prominent applications I have completed include:

Over 60 mining permit renewal and permit modification applications, which included updating topographic features as well as future mining areas; all successfully permitted.

Miscellaneous Aggregate Reserve Studies

Many companies look to consultants for studies and site reserve estimations that will be used for informational purposes in projects including sales transactions and mine planning. Some notable studies include:

Consulting Aggregate Geologist
Continental Placer, Inc., Albany, New York, April 1989 - March 1994

Duties include preparation of New York State Dept. of Environmental Conservation Mined Land Use Plans, New York State Dept. of Transportation Geologic Source Quality Reports, mine reserve estimate studies, geologic mapping and depositional environment interpretation, dust control permits, plane table and alidade surveys, supervision of sand, gravel, and rock core drilling, logging and sampling programs. Assisting in the preparation and review of Environmental Impact Statements. Marketing of own client base. Manage computer services, including ongoing automation of manual tasks using industry standard micro-computer word processing and spreadsheet software Project locations include New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Indiana, and South Carolina.

Geologist
Minnova, Inc., Ontario, October 1988

Responsible for geologic mapping, prospecting, geochemical sampling, and data plotting.

Project locations include Sudbury and Hagar, Ontario

Geologist
Kerr Addison Mines Ltd., May - September 1988

Responsible for geologic mapping, diamond drill hole proposals, core logging, and supervision of 5,000 feet drilling program, includes logging of data on a field computer, prospecting, VLF-EM and magnetic data collection and plotting. Discovery of a significant gold bearing zone which was later stripped, trenched and drilled.

Project locations include Chibougamau, Quebec and Timmins, Ontario.

Geologist
Middleton Exploration Services Ltd., February - May 1988

Responsible for reverse circulation drill hole spotting, logging and supervision. Access road construction supervision. Max Min II data collection, plotting and interpretation.

Project locations include La Sarre and Casa Berardi, Quebec, as well as Detour Lake, Ontario.

Geologist
Noramco Exploration, Inc., September 1987 - January 1988

Responsible for geologic mapping, assay sampling, prospecting, diamond drill hole proposals, drilling supervision, and core logging. Also responsible for heavy equipment stripping program.

Project Locations include Red Lake and Zahavy Mines, Ontario.

Geologist/Assistant

Ontario Geological Survey, Kenora, Ontario, 1986 and 1987

Responsible for geologic mapping, remote navigation, assay sampling as well as remote fly in camp logistics and supervision

AFFILIATIONS & CERTIFICATIONS

Certified by The Ministry of Natural Resources to Prepare Site Plans under The Aggregate Resources Act.

Fellow, Geological Association of Canada #F6124

Certified Professional Geologist #9186, American Institute of Professional Geologists

Registered Professional Geologist #1366, State of Wyoming

Registered Professional Geologist, State of Pennsylvania #PG0465

Member of Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration.

Member, Geological Society of America

References and work portfolio available upon request.

 

Aggregate Resources Act Info

Aggregate Licensing, Permitting and Exploration

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