Murray Allan

Research Associate

ESB 5103-2
(604) 827-3223

I study hydrothermal and ore-forming processes at a variety of scales, from the very local (e.g., vein, alteration, and fluid inclusion studies) to the regional (e.g., belt-scale geological processes). I am especially interested in the interplay between deformation, crustal exhumation, heat and fluid flow, and vein formation as it pertains to the development of gold mineralization. My current research is aimed at understanding metallogenic controls on structrually-controlled gold systems in BC, Yukon and Alaska, and applying this knowledge to the benefit of mineral exploration.

Graduate Students

MSc Geophysics