Julie Selway, Ph.D., P.Geo. completed a Ph.D. thesis on Tourmaline in Granitic Pegmatites in 1999 at the University of Manitoba under the supervision of Dr. Petr Černý, world renowned expert on pegmatites. Dr. Selway’s Ph.D. thesis was a study of tourmaline in petalite-, lepidolite- and elbaite-subtype from 15 different localities from Ontario, Manitoba, California, Sweden and Czech Republic including Tanco pegmatite mine, Manitoba. She has co-authored twenty-two scientific journal articles on pegmatites.
Dr. Selway worked for the Ontario Geological Survey for about 3 years during the tantalum boom in the early 2000’s. During this time, she travelled all over Ontario and visited/worked on about 90% of the lithium pegmatites in the province. Some of the more notable localities that she worked on include Case Lake, Georgia Lake, Seymour Lake, Crescent Lake and Separation Rapids pegmatite fields.
Dr. Selway is the VP of Exploration for Power Metals Corp and she supervises exploration on three LCT pegmatite properties: Case Lake, Paterson Lake and Gullwing-Tot Lake, Ontario, Canada. She is also the Principal Geologist for J-J Minerals consulting firm which provides geological consulting services on a wide range of commodities especially Li, gold and Cu-Ni-PGE deposits.
Please register in advance for “Paterson Lake Li-Cs-Ta Property, Separation Rapids Greenstone Belt, Kenora”presented by Julie Selway, PhD, P.Geo. using the Zoom link below: