Scott Casselman

Economic Geologist, Yukon Geological Survey
Speaking at: Regional Overviews, Celebrating our Successes in Exploration and Discovery

Mr. Casselman is a registered professional geoscientist (“PGeo”) with a Bachelor of Science degree in geology obtained from Carleton University in 1985. He has been employed in mineral exploration from 1985 to 2015, by junior and senior level companies and as a consultant. His work experience has been predominantly in the Western Cordillera of British Columbia, Yukon and Alaska, as well as across the Canadian Arctic. He has also worked in Turkey, Argentina and Indonesia. He has worked on numerous projects, exploring for a variety of commodities and deposit types, including; porphyry, VMS, magmatic Ni-Cu-PGE, epithermal and orogenic gold, asbestos, limestone, coal and diamonds. Highlights of his career have included working on the Kerr (part of KSM project), Mt Milligan, Red Chris and Casino porphyry deposits and the Carmacks Copper deposit. He served two terms as President of the Yukon Chamber of Mines and three years as the Chair of the Dawson Regional Planning. In May of 2015, Scott joined the Yukon Geological Survey, working for the Minerals Geology unit as Economic Geologist.