Jarrod Brown M.Sc. P.Geo

Jarrod Brown M.Sc. P.Geo

Chief Geologist and Project Manager
Email: jab@terralogicexploration.com
Phone: 778.520.2000   Mobile: 250.420.7186
Biography:

P.Geo.,  B.Sc. (Physical Geography), M.Sc. (Geology)

In 2003, Jarrod completed an independent study of rare-metal and gemstone potential of pegmatites in the Kootenay region of BC. He began consulting as a project geologist for Terralogic Exploration, and then full-time as senior project geologist starting in 2005.

Currently, as chief geologist, Jarrod’s primary technical responsibilities as a Project Generator and Project Manager involve him in every aspect of mineral exploration, from base-line research and tenure acquisition, through to intensive fieldwork and to the final interpretation of results.

Jarrod believes that geology and structure are foundational to any successful mineral exploration program, and engages all supportive tools (geochemistry, geophysics) and specialists (academia, government) with the intent on finding the most efficient vectors to mineralization.

Significant Projects

REE Exploration Projects, Ice River Complex and Trident-Kin, BC (2005-2012)

  • Project management and field work at the Ice River property (including prospecting/mapping, scintillometer/geochemical/geophysical surveys and drilling)
  •  In the span of 2 field seasons, the project was moved forward from a grass-roots RGS anomaly, to a drill-ready program with several multi-percent grade REE-Nb targets.
  • The program included the commissioning and interpretation of airborne radiometric and magnetic surveys, a high-density helicopter assisted silt-geochemical program, followed by in-field pXRF analysis and rapid same-season follow-up prospecting and channel-rock sampling.

Basement hosted U-REE targets, Athabasca Region, SK 

  • Proposed and carried out exploration of basement rocks near the SE limit of the Athabasca Basin for uranium (2005) and REE (2010).
  • Managed DDH programs in 2008 and 2012 to test prospective surface mineralization of both deposit types.

Au-Cu-Mo porphyry systems, Atlin to Nelson, BC

  • Managed mapping and soil/silt geochemical programs at Elsiar and Titan properties (NW BC, 2005-2010).
  • Used this knowledge and experience to generate new porphyry and IRG targets (Ringer and Rohan) along the Llewellyn—Tally-Ho Fault system west of Atlin BC (2010-2012), and followed up with reconnaissance prospecting and helicopter-assisted high-density silt-geochemical surveys, which resulted in the discovery of significant new Au and Mo targets.

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