Economic Geologist, Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources
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Geoffrey Baldwin graduated from Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia with a BSc. Honours in Geology in 2007. He then attended Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario, completing his MSc in Geology in 2009, and PhD in Mineral Deposits and Precambrian Geology in 2014, working on Neoproterozoic iron formation in Northwest Territories and Yukon. Geoffrey has several years’ experience in mineral exploration, working on various projects in Northwest Territories, Yukon, British Columbia, and Ontario. He started as the Economic Geologist for the Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources’ Geological Services Division in 2014, where he has worked on several projects, with an emphasis on low-sulfidation epithermal gold, and granite-related specialty metals including tin and lithium.