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Dr. Anthony J. Naldrett

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Emeritus University

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Emeritus University

Background Information

Affiliations

Professor Emeritus
University of Toronto

Advisory Board Member
North American Nickel Inc.

Advisory Board Member
Bitterroot Resources Ltd.

Board Member
Talon Metals Corp

Honorary Professor
School of Geosciences, University of the Witwatersrand (Wits)

Board Member
McVicar Industries Inc

Advisory Board Member
Cornerstone Capital Resources Inc.

Board Member
Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada

Member, Advisory Board
St. John

Board Member
Canplats Resources Corporation

Members Emeriti
School of Graduate Studies

Board Member
Resource World Magazine Inc

Honorary Research Fellow
Natural History Museum

Honorary Professor In the School of Geosciences
University of the Witwatersrand

Fellow
Royal Society of Canada

Member, Advisory Board
Coal Harbor Communications Inc.

Foreign Honorary Fellow
European Union of Geoscientists

Education

University of Toronto

M.Sc.

Ph.D.

PhD

Queen's University

bachelor's degree

University of Cambridge

degree

geology

University of Cambridge

Web References (77 Total References)


Cornerstone Capital Resources Inc. - Our People - Sat Jul 13, 2013

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Dr. Tony Naldrett, P. Geo.

Dr. Tony Naldrett was born in England and received his degree in geology from the University of Cambridge in 1957. The same summer he emigrated to Canada, and worked for several years as a geologist for Falconbridge Nickel Mines Ltd. in Sudbury. In 1959 he left full time employment with Falconbridge to attend Queen's University, to conduct research on Ni deposits, receiving his M.Sc. in 1961 and Ph.D. in 1964. After 3 years in Washington at the Geophysical Laboratory, he returned to Canada as Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto. He retired from the University in 1998 and is now Emeritus University Professor. At Toronto he and his students conducted research on Ni, Cu and PGE deposits around the world, including Kambalda; the Duluth Complex; the Abitibi belt; the Merensky Reef; the Great Dyke of Zimbabwe; Jinchuan, China; Niquelandia, Brazil; Noril'sk, Siberia; and Thompson, Raglan, Voisey's Bay and Sudbury in Canada. He is the author of over 240 scientific articles and editor or author of 8 books, one of which, "Magmatic Sulfide Deposits - Geology, Geochemistry, Exploration", has just been published (August 2004) by Springer Verlag. He has served as President of the Mineralogical Association of Canada, the Society of Economic Geologists, the International Mineralogical Association and the Geological Society of America, and Chairman of the Board of the International Geological Correlation Programme. In addition to his research, he has served as consultant to over 30 companies including Chevron, Falconbridge, MRDI, Western Mining Corporation, BHP-Billiton, Rio Tinto, Diamond Fields Resources Inc. during their exploration of Voisey's Bay, COMINCO America and Kennecott Exploration.


Cornerstone Capital Resources Inc. - Our People - Sat Jul 13, 2013

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Dr. Tony Naldrett, P. Geo. | Next Cornerstone Capital Resources Inc. - Our People - Sat Jul 13, 2013

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Dr. Tony Naldrett, P. Geo.
Dr. Tony Naldrett was born in England and received his degree in geology from the University of Cambridge in 1957. The same summer he emigrated to Canada, and worked for several years as a geologist for Falconbridge Nickel Mines Ltd. in Sudbury. In 1959 he left full time employment with Falconbridge to attend Queen's University, to conduct research on Ni deposits, receiving his M.Sc. in 1961 and Ph.D. in 1964. After 3 years in Washington at the Geophysical Laboratory, he returned to Canada as Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto. He retired from the University in 1998 and is now Emeritus University Professor. At Toronto he and his students conducted research on Ni, Cu and PGE deposits around the world, including Kambalda; the Duluth Complex; the Abitibi belt; the Merensky Reef; the Great Dyke of Zimbabwe; Jinchuan, China; Niquelandia, Brazil; Noril'sk, Siberia; and Thompson, Raglan, Voisey's Bay and Sudbury in Canada. He is the author of over 240 scientific articles and editor or author of 8 books, one of which, "Magmatic Sulfide Deposits - Geology, Geochemistry, Exploration", has just been published (August 2004) by Springer Verlag. He has served as President of the Mineralogical Association of Canada, the Society of Economic Geologists, the International Mineralogical Association and the Geological Society of America, and Chairman of the Board of the International Geological Correlation Programme. In addition to his research, he has served as consultant to over 30 companies including Chevron, Falconbridge, MRDI, Western Mining Corporation, BHP-Billiton, Rio Tinto, Diamond Fields Resources Inc. during their exploration of Voisey's Bay, COMINCO America and Kennecott Exploration.


Cornerstone Capital Resources Inc.

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Dr. Tony Naldrett, P. Geo.Dr. Tony Naldrett was born in England and received his degree in geology from the University of Cambridge in 1957.The same summer he emigrated to Canada, and worked for several years as a geologist for Falconbridge Nickel Mines Ltd. in Sudbury.In 1959 he left full time employment with Falconbridge to attend Queen's University, to conduct research on Ni deposits, receiving his M.Sc. in 1961 and Ph.D. in 1964.After 3 years in Washington at the Geophysical Laboratory, he returned to Canada as Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto.He retired from the University in 1998 and is now Emeritus University Professor.At Toronto he and his students conducted research on Ni, Cu and PGE deposits around the world, including Kambalda; the Duluth Complex; the Abitibi belt; the Merensky Reef; the Great Dyke of Zimbabwe; Jinchuan, China; Niquelandia, Brazil; Noril'sk, Siberia; and Thompson, Raglan, Voisey's Bay and Sudbury in Canada.He is the author of over 240 scientific articles and editor or author of 8 books, one of which, "Magmatic Sulfide Deposits - Geology, Geochemistry, Exploration", has just been published (August 2004) by Springer Verlag.He has served as President of the Mineralogical Association of Canada, the Society of Economic Geologists, the International Mineralogical Association and the Geological Society of America, and Chairman of the Board of the International Geological Correlation Programme.In addition to his research, he has served as consultant to over 30 companies including Chevron, Falconbridge, MRDI, Western Mining Corporation, BHP-Billiton, Rio Tinto, Diamond Fields Resources Inc. during their exploration of Voisey's Bay, COMINCO America and Kennecott Exploration.


Cornerstone Capital Resources Inc.

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Dr. Tony Naldrett, P. Geo. naldrett@crigold.com

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Dr. Tony Naldrett, P. Geo.Dr. Tony Naldrett was born in England and received his degree in geology from the University of Cambridge in 1957.The same summer he emigrated to Canada, and worked for several years as a geologist for Falconbridge Nickel Mines Ltd. in Sudbury.In 1959 he left full time employment with Falconbridge to attend Queen's University, to conduct research on Ni deposits, receiving his M.Sc. in 1961 and Ph.D. in 1964.After 3 years in Washington at the Geophysical Laboratory, he returned to Canada as Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto.He retired from the University in 1998 and is now Emeritus University Professor.At Toronto he and his students conducted research on Ni, Cu and PGE deposits around the world, including Kambalda; the Duluth Complex; the Abitibi belt; the Merensky Reef; the Great Dyke of Zimbabwe; Jinchuan, China; Niquelandia, Brazil; Noril'sk, Siberia; and Thompson, Raglan, Voisey's Bay and Sudbury in Canada.He is the author of over 240 scientific articles and editor or author of 8 books, one of which, "Magmatic Sulfide Deposits - Geology, Geochemistry, Exploration", has just been published (August 2004) by Springer Verlag.He has served as President of the Mineralogical Association of Canada, the Society of Economic Geologists, the International Mineralogical Association and the Geological Society of America, and Chairman of the Board of the International Geological Correlation Programme.In addition to his research, he has served as consultant to over 30 companies including Chevron, Falconbridge, MRDI, Western Mining Corporation, BHP-Billiton, Rio Tinto, Diamond Fields Resources Inc. during their exploration of Voisey's Bay, COMINCO America and Kennecott Exploration.


Tony Naldrett (Emeritus) | Department of Earth Sciences

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Tony Naldrett (Emeritus)

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