University of Manitoba

Jeff Young , P.Geo.

333 Wallace Building
Phone: (204) 474-8863
E-mail: jeff.young@umanitoba.ca

Teaching

  • Structural Geology (GEOL 2440)
  • Introduction to Field Mapping (GEOL 3910)
  • Structure and Metamorphism (GEOL 3440)
  • Exploring the Planets (GEOL 1420)
  • Geology and Geophyics of the Planets (GEOL 3570)
  • Advanced Studies: Geology of the Rocky Mountains (GEOL 4270)
  • Field Trips

    • Course trips:
    • Structural Geology: southeastern Manitoba and NW Ontario
    • PotashCorp Rocanville Mine
    • Goldcorp Red Lake Mine
    • Geology of the Rocky Mountains (2016, 2014, 1999)
    • Colorado Plateau
    • Yellowstone and Mount St. Helens
    • California

    Research

    My research is focused on the structural geology and mineral deposits in Archean greenstone belts, particulary in the area of Shoal Lake, Ontario. I also have an interest in Rice Lake area, Manitoba.. Shoal Lake and the surrounding area has a long history of gold mining dating to before the opening of the Winnipeg Aqueduct in 1919. Cougar Metals NL currently holds options on the Shoal Lake gold properties held by Sheridan Platinum Group Ltd. and Kenora Prospectors & Miners. I have supervised or co-supervised several research projects by B.Sc. students examining the geology and geophysics of Little Cameron Island where the Duport Mine is situated and the structural geology of the Duport Deformation Zone.

    Public Awareness






    Department of Geological Sciences
    125 Dysart Road (Wallace Building)
    University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB  R3T 2N2 Canada
    Tel 204-474-9371  Fax 204-474-7623  Email brenda_miller@umanitoba.ca