Rogue’s mission is to ensure that their clients have the highest-quality data available for their projects. We
are a group of professional geologists, data specialists and data scientists that have a passion for turning data into
opportunity. Our experience ranges from grass roots programs to operating mines and covers a huge range of commodities
in a wide number of districts including base and precious metals, industrial minerals, uranium, REEs. With over 45 years of
industry experience working with junior, mid tier and major mining companies we know what it takes to help advance
their projects and increase value.
We specialize in the following
Data Management (Custom Field Software, Database Development, QAQC)
A screen shot from Blende promotional animation highlighting the 5km mineralized trend that hosts a number of structurally controlled Zn-Pb-Ag viens and breccias. The animation combines both visually appealing aesthetics with technically accurate geologic models. These videos can be utilized to reach a broad audience including investors as well as technically savy potential partners. Click on the Photo to see the full animation.
A screen shot from Blende promotional animation showing 3% ZnEq grade shells and the proposed open pit. The bulk of mineralization is contained within subvertical mineralized breccia zones defined by an anastomosing axial planar cleavage of a large-scale antiform that forms the locus of mineralization along the 5km mineralized trend. Click on the Photo to see the full animation.
Copper sulphide mineral speciaon classiﬁcaon diagram based on Cu – Fe – S ternary plots. Facilitates delineaon / modelling of Chalcopyrite / Pyrite / Oxide domains from AR data in copper Porphyry deposits.
Land position within the world famous Abitbi Greenstone Belt and historic Cobalt silver district.
Chris Gallagher B.Sc, M.Sc. w/ Distinction (Geology)
Chris Gallagher is a structural geologist and President / CEO of Rogue Geoscience. He has been involved in mineral exploration since 2003 after completing his Masters in structural geology and tectonics at Carleton University. Since then he has been instrumental in developing a number of exploration methodologies and geologic data management systems utilized in the industry.
The past 15 years has exposed Chris to variety of deposit types in many different geologic terrains. This experience has provided him with the knowledge and expertise to develop a flexible data management system that aids in grassroots to advanced exploration programs. This system has continually evolved to accommodate most deposit types ranging from epithermal gold to SEDEX to porphyry systems.
Chris also has a strong interest in integrating technology with exploration and his recent focus has been on whole rock geochemistry, alteration mapping and the development of QAQC systems for oriented core work.
Base and Precious Metals
Jessica Borysenko B.Sc. P.Geo
Jessica is a GIS Geologist and Chief Business Development Officer of Rogue Geoscience. Jessica is registered as a professional Geoscientist in both Ontario and British Columbia.
Jessica earned her BSc in Geology in 2008 from Lakehead University and is currently working towards a Masters in GIS from Vancouver Island University. With over 15 years’ experience in the exploration and mining industry, Jessica began her career in 2004 with Marathon PGM as a junior geologist working in the Coldwell Complex of Northern Ontario where she quickly advanced to project geologist responsible for multiple drills and a large field crews.
Since 2009 Jessica’s focus has been on data management and GIS systems. Her extensive experience in the field has given her the experience and background to look at data from a geologist’s perspective.
Base and Precious Metals
Grayson Clague B.Sc.
Grayson started working in mineral exploration during the summer of 2006 collecting geochemical samples, and working in a core shack. After seeing the state of paper based data collection in the industry he immediately became interested in finding a solution. After enrolling at the University of British Columbia with a focus on mathematics and computer science, he continued working during the summers in mineral exploration, building data collection systems and databases. During this time he was exposed to a wide variety of geologic field work, from grass roots exploration to brown field drill programs.
Since then he has completed his Bachelors degree and applied his programming skills to problems in mineral exploration, building Android apps for field data collection, spatial databases using PostGIS, specialized analysis apps for analysis of oriented core, statistical analytics apps, and workflow automation.
He has a passion for extracting the maximum value from data, and continues to find novel strategies to accomplish this. Including streamlining data collection, and using modern data science techniques to find trends where traditional analytic techniques fall short.