Bahram bahrami

BSc (SFU), PGeo

senior Geologist, DATA SPECIALIST

Equity Yellow Arrow
Bahram Bahrami

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Bahram has worked in mineral exploration since 2010 and has considerable field experience as a Project Geologist exploring for a variety of deposit types on projects from grassroots to advanced stage. His specialization in GIS is strengthened by his time in the field.

As a versatile member of Equity’s support team, Bahram works closely with Project Geologists to complete deliverables in a timely manner. His in-depth knowledge of GIS programs has been instrumental in rolling out new software and training Equity geology staff.

Significant Projects

committee bay gold project, nunavut, canada

  • Core logging Geologist, responsible for geological logging and sampling of active drilling.

  • Re-logging of historic core, producing technical documents on factors contributing to gold mineralization.
  • Boulder mapping and sampling.

horzum zinc project, adana, turkey

  • Responsible for creating a 3D model comprising active and historic mine workings, geophysical data, drill data, and surface sampling.

  • Implementing a work flow to import new data and continuously build on the existing model. Propose drill holes based on geophysical targets.
  • Software training and troubleshooting for onsite Geologists.

Chu chua vms deposit, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA

  • Project Geologist responsible for re-assaying of historic drill core, surveying and confirmation of historic drill hole collar locations.
  • Database compilation and QA/QC of historic assays.

  • Geological interpretation and modelling. 

rice lake greenstone belt gold project, manitoba, CANADA

  • Project leader responsible for drill planning and supervision, core logging, sampling, geological interpretation, and modelling.
  • Directly involved and responsible for permitting, budgeting, and logistics.
  • Responsible for report writing, filing, expenditures, and claim management.

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