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Taylor Haid

M.Sc. Geology/Planetary Science

Department
Job Title
Thesis

Thesis

(Working) Thesis Title: Utilization of lidar intensity data for geological mapping and characterization on planetary surfaces

Publications

Publications

Chi, G., Haid, T., Quirt, D., Fayek, M., Blamey, N., & Chu, H. (2016). Petrography, fluid inclusion analysis, and geochronology of the End uranium deposit, Kiggavik, Nunavut, Canada. Mineralium Deposita, 1-22.

Recent Abstracts

Presentations and Abstract

Haid, T., Osinski G. R., (2016) Utilization of LiDAR intensity data for remote ore identification. Mineral Exploration Roundup. Vancouver, British Columbia, January 2016 (poster).

Haid, T., Osinski G. R., Tornabene L. L., (2015) Utilization of LiDAR for Geomorphological Analysis of Periglacial Features (abstract SE14A-0347). GACMAC Annual General Meeting. Montreal, Quebec, May 2015 (poster).

Haid, T., Chi, G., Quirt, D. 2013. A petrographic and fluid inclusion study of the End uranium deposit, Kiggavik, Nunavut: preliminary findings. Saskatchewan Geological Survey Open House Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, December 2013.

Degrees Obtained
Degrees Obtained
 
M.Sc. Geology/Planetary Science
University of Western Ontario
London, Canada
Expected 2016
Thesis Title: Utilization of lidar intensity data for geological mapping and characterization on planetary surfaces
 
B.Sc. Honours Geology
University of Regina
Regina, Canada
April 2014
Thesis Title: Petrographic and Fluid Inclusion Studies of the End Uranium Deposit, Kiggavik, Nunavut, Canada
Awards & Scholarships

Awards and Scholarships

2014 Ontario Graduate Scholarship

2014 NSERC CREATE M.Sc. Fellowship

2015 Northern Scientific Training Program Grant