Jarrod Brown, M.Sc. P.Geo
Chief Geologist and Project Manager
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.