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Term Geologist working on the Berg porphyry Cu-
Mo deposit in north-central B.C. Duties included:
core logging, mapping and rock sampling. Work was
part of M.Sc thesis.
Supervisor: Peter Bradshaw, Ian Thomson
05-1979 to 10-1979 Phelps Dodge Exploración, Español S.A.
Geologist, Iberian Pyrite Belt massive sulphide
exploration program. Duties included: regional and
detailed geological mapping of exploration permit
areas and lithogeochemical investigations of
individual deposits in the Rio Tinto District.
Supervisor: Tim Coates (Exploration Manager),
Nick Badham (University of Southampton)
Professional Associations
Registered Professional Geoscientist (P.Geo) of the
Province of British Columbia.
Associate Member of the Association of Applied
Geochemists.
Publications and Presentations
Heberlein, D. R., 2010: An Assessment of Soil Geochemical Methods for Detecting
Copper-Gold Porphyry Mineralization through Quaternary Glaciofluvial
Sediments at the WBX-MBX and 66 Zones, Mt. Milligan, North-Central British
Columbia. Geoscience Report 2010-8, April 2010, 68pp.
Heberlein, D. R. And Samson, H., 2010: Geochemical Exploration through Thick
Glacial Cover: a Case History from Kwanika, North-Central BC. Presentation at
Roundup 2010, Vancouver BC, January 19
th
, 2010.
Heberlein, D.R. and Samson, H., 2010: An Assessment of Soil Geochemical Methods
for Detecting Copper-Gold Porphyry Mineralization through Quaternary
Glaciofluvial Sediments at the Kwanika Central Zone, North-Central British
Columbia. Geoscience BC Report 2010-3, January 2010, 89 pp.
Heberlein, D.R, 2010: Comparative Study of Partial and Selective Extractions of Soils
over Blind Porphyry Copper-Gold Mineralization at Kwanika and Mount
Milligan, British Columbia (NTS 093N/01, /19): Fieldwork, Soil Conductivity
and pH Results. Geoscience BC Summary of Activities Report, 2009. Report
2010-1, p. 11-24.
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