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Maggie Laverge

MSc Geology, Thesis-based

Structural controls on gold mineralization along the LP Fault, Great Bear project, Red Lake.

I am a Master's student at Laurentian University studying the structural controls on gold mineralization at Kinross Gold's Great Bear Deposit in Red Lake, Ontario. 

This project aims to determine the structural controls constraining gold mineralization within and adjacent to the LP Fault zone on the Great Bear Project in Red Lake, ON. The LP fault is located ~25km south of the Red Lake mine camp in northwestern Ontario. The deposit is hosted within the mineralized footwall of the LP Fault zone, as well as in the hanging wall, and within two distinct adjacent zones named the Dixie Limb and Hinge Zones. This research aims to determine the structural controls of gold mineralization at the LP, Limb, and Hinge zones, their relative structural chronology, and the absolute timing. 

I completed my B.Sc. in geology at the University of British Columbia in 2019. I have nearly five years of experience in exploration geology, focusing on early-stage exploration and drill programs. My focus has been on orogenic and epithermal gold and structural geology. 

Email: mlaverge@laurentian.ca

View M. Laverge's award-winning poster presented at Roundup 2024: Structural Evolution of the Auriferous LP Fault
on the Great Bear Property, Red Lake, ON

Read more about Maggie in this Student Spotlight on Laurentian's website.



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