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Island Gold Mine: Geology, Controls on Mineralization, and Exploration Applications

  • 18 Oct 2022
  • 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
  • OBA, 20 Toronto Street, Toronto
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Carl Nagy – Principal District Geoscientist, Alamos Gold Inc.

Talk Abstract:

The Island Gold Mine is an Archean orogenic gold deposit located in the Michipicoten Greenstone Belt, in northern Ontario. To date, the deposit has produced over 1 M oz and contains an additional 1.338M oz in reserve and 3.74M oz in resource (0.286 measured & indicated and 3.454 inferred)*. To effectively expand mineralization and discover new ore bodies, an understanding of the geological framework and controls on mineralization are required. This presentation will provide an overview of the geological understanding of the deposit, and the application of this understanding to in-mine- to regional-scale exploration.

Speaker Bio:

Carl has over 12 years of experience in grassroots to advance-stage exploration, structural analysis, and evaluation of mineral deposits and complex tectonic environments. His experience has focused on greenstone-hosted gold within Canada and internationally, with emphasis on technical rigor, big picture evaluation, and building comprehensive understandings of mineral deposits and mining opportunities. Carl joined Alamos Gold in 2019 to develop a geological model for the Island Gold deposit and lead the regional exploration. Prior to this Carl lead generative exploration for Goldcorp / Newmont in the Red Lake Belt and worked at SRK as a structural geology consultant for various mining and exploration projects. He holds a BSc in Geology from McGill University, a MSc in Structural Geology from Queen’s university, and is a registered P.Geo. in Ontario.

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