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Marius Etienne

PhD candidate Mineral Deposits and Precambrian Geology

Base metal Metallogeny of the Sturgeon Lake Metal Earth Transect, Wabigoon subprovince, northwest Ontario

I am from France near Verdun. My research is oriented towards Resource Geology, Geological Mapping, Geophysics and Petrology. I graduated from Université de Lorraine (Nancy, France). I particularly love to bring my own interpretations to the history of a mineral deposit, I feel great in a team of geologists on the field and I strongly value teamwork. My research project at LU started in the spring 2019 and my supervisors are Robert Lodge, Chong Ma, and Bruno Lafrance.

Research Project Description:

Metallogenic prospection of a transect in eastern Ontario. Geological mapping of base metal endowed and less endowed ancestral faults and volcanic centres of the Wabigoon related to VMS deposits.



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