Louise Corriveau
Geological Survey of Canada (Natural Resources Canada)

Dr. Louise Corriveau is a research scientist at the Geological Survey of Canada (Natural Resources Canada), and an adjunct professor at INRS. Her current research focuses on the field geology of mineral systems with iron oxide-copper-gold (IOCG) and affiliated critical metal deposits, including those metamorphosed to high grade. With her national and international collaborators, she has developed alteration mapping and lithogeochemical tools and an ore deposit model to optimize discovery of critical metal deposits in Canada and globally. She has led series of projects in the Great Bear magmatic zone, the Grenville Province and the Trans-Hudson Orogen (e.g. Romanet Horst) under the Targeted Geoscience Initiative and Geomapping for Energy and Minerals programs.