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Lori D. Snyder

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Lori Snyder

Senior Lecturer
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Education

 
  • B.S., Geology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, 1990
  • M.Sc., Geology, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, 1994
 

Courses

 
  • Physical Geology
  • Environmental Geology
  • Geology of National Parks
  • Field Geology
 

Research Interests

 

My primary interests are in the fields of igneous petrology and economic geology, particularly the relationship between magmatism and mineral deposits. I am currently working on projects in central and northern British Columbia investigating Mesozoic and Cenozoic magmatic processes and related mineralization.

Publications

 

Evenchick, C.A., McNicoll, V.J. and Snyder, L.D. (2004) Stratigraphy, geochronology, and geochemistry of the Georgie River area, northwest British Columbia, and implications for mineral exploration, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, Volume 41, pp. 199-216.

Evenchick, C.A., Snyder, L.D. and McNicoll, V.J. (2001) Geology of Hastings Arm West Half and parts of 103P/13, 103O/9 and 103O/16, British Columbia; Geological Survey of Canada, Open File 2996, scale 1:50 000.

van der Heyen, P., Woodsworth, G.J., and Snyder, L.D. (2000) Reconnaissance geological mapping in southwest Nass River map area, British Columbia; in Current Research 2000-A6, 9p. (http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/gsc/bookstore)

Anderson, R.G., Snyder, L.D., Resnick, J., Grainger, N.C. and Barnes, E.M. (1999) Bedrock geology of the Knapp Lake map area, central British Columbia; in Current Research 1999-A, Geological Survey of Canada, pp. 109-118.

Evenchick, C.A. and Snyder L.D. (1999) Geology of the Georgie River area of northwest Nass River map area, northwestern British Colombia; in Current Research 1999-A, Geological Survey of Canada, pp. 13-24.

Sellwood, S.M., Snyder L.D. and Anderson, R.G. (1999) Geology of two high-level Tertiary granite plutons, northern Nechako River map area, central British Columbia; in Current Research 1999-A, Geological Survey of Canada, pp. 149-156.

Anderson, R.G. and Snyder, L.D. (1998) Jurassic to Tertiary volcanic, sedimentary, and intrusive rocks in the Hallett Lake area, central British Columbia; in Current Research 1998-A, Geological Survey of Canada, pp. 135-144.

Haskin, M.L, Snyder, L.D., and Anderson, R.G. (1998) Tertiary Endako Group volcanic and sedimentary rocks at four sites in the Nechako River and Fort Fraser map areas, central British Columbia; in Current Research 1998-A, Geological Survey of Canada, pp. 155-164.

Anderson, R.G., Snyder, L.D., Resnick, J. and Barnes, E. (1998) Geology of the Big Bend Creek map area, central British Columbia; in Current Research 1998-A, Geological Survey of Canada, pp. 145-154.

Evenchick, C.A., McNicoll, V.J., Holm, V.J., Aldrick, D.J., and Snyder, L.D. (1997) Geology, Anyox Pendant and Surrounding Areas in Observatory Inlet (103P/5) and parts of Hastings Arm (103P/12), 103O/8 and 103O/9, British Columbia; Geological of Canada, Open File 3454, scale 1:50,000.

Russell, J.K. and Snyder L.D. (1997) Petrology of Picritic Basalts from Kamloops, British Columbia: Primary Liquids from a Triassic-Jurassic Arc; The Canadian Mineralogist, v. 35, p. 521-541.

Hammack, J.L., Nixon, G.T, Payie, G.J., Snyder, L.D., Haggart, J.W., Massey, N.W.D., and Barron, D.J. (1995) Preliminary Geology of the Quatsino – Cape Scott Area, Northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Open File 1995-9, scale 1:50,000.

Russell, J.K., Edwards, B.R., and Snyder, L.D. (1995) Volatile Production Possibilities During Magmatic Assimilation: Heat and Mass-Balance Constraints, in MAC Short Course on Magmas, Fluids and Ore Deposits, Thompson, J.F.H., ed., Mineralogical Association of Canada, Chapter 1, pp. 1-24.

Snyder, L.D. and Russell, J.K. (1995) Petrogenetic Relationships and Assimilation Processes in the Alkalic Iron Mask Batholith, south-central British Columbia; in Porphyry Deposits of the Northwestern Cordillera of North America, Schroeter, T.G., E., Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Special Volume 46.

Snyder, L.D. (1994) Petrological Studies within the Iron Mask Batholith, south central British Columbia. Unpublished MSc thesis, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia.

Snyder, L.D. and Russell, J.K. (1994) Petrology and Stratigraphic Setting of the Kamloops Lake Picritic Basalts, Quesnellia Terrane, South-Central B.C. (92I/9, 15 and 16); in Geological Fieldwork, 1993, Grant, B. and Newell, J.M., eds., British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Paper 1994-1, pp. 297-310.

Stanley, C.R., Lang, J.R. and Snyder, L.D. (1994) Geology and Mineralization in the Northern Part of the Iron Mask Batholith, Kamloops, British Columbia (92I/9, 10); in Geological Fieldwork, 1993, Grant, B. and Newell, J.M., eds., British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Paper 1994-1, pp. 269-274.

Russell, J.K. and Snyder, L.D. (1993) Volatile Production Attending Magmatic Assimilation Processes; in Ancient Volcanism and Modern Analogues, IAVCEI General Assembly, Canberra, Australia, p. 94. (Abs)

Russell, J.K. and Snyder, L.D. (1993) Volatile Production Possibilities during Magmatic Assimilation; in Volcanoes and Ore Deposits, MDRU Short Course #14, 33p.

Snyder, L.D. and Russell, J.K. (1993) Ultramafic Volcanic Rocks from Quesnellia – Primary Magma Candidates; in Geological Association of Canada/Mineralogical Association of Canada Joint Annual Meeting, Edmonton, Alberta, p. A-97. (Abs)

Snyder, L.D. and Russell, J.K. (1993) Field Constraints on Diverse Igneous Processes in the Iron Mask Batholith (92I9, 10); in Geological Fieldwork 1992, Grant, B. and Newell, J.M., eds., British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Paper 1993-1, pp. 281-286.

Worl, R.G., Kiilsgaard, T.H., Bennett, E.H., Link, P.K., Lewis, R.S., Mitchell, V.E., Johnson, K.M. and Snyder, L.D. (1991) Geologic Map of the Hailey 1° x 2° Quadrangle, Idaho; United States Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-340.

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