Chris Livingstone

Chris Livingstone BSc, P.Geo.

Senior Geologist

Chris is a Professional Geoscientist (P.Geo.) and Qualified Person (QP) with over 12 years of experience focused on North American base and precious metals exploration. He holds a B.Sc. in Earth and Ocean Sciences (spec. Geology) from the University of British Columbia and is registered with Engineers & Geoscientists of British Columbia (EGBC).

Since joining APEX in 2011, Chris has grown his exploration and mining expertise working on multiple projects across the globe with a primary focus on Canada, United States, and Mexico. This experience advanced his knowledge on a diverse set of commodities and deposit types including Archaean lode gold, Carlin-type gold, epithermal gold-silver, polymetallic vein, porphyry copper-gold, and sediment-hosted base metals.

Recently, Chris’ focus is on management of the technical and operational components of exploration projects. His current projects include the Carlin-type Kinsley Mountain and Bolo gold projects in Nevada, as well as the sediment-hosted Storm Copper and Seal Zinc projects on Somerset Island in the Canadian high arctic.

Services Provided

  • Exploration program design and budgeting
  • Project management and execution
  • Property evaluations and QP site visits
  • Technical reporting
  • QA/QC program design
  • 3D modelling and interpretation
  • Sample collection
  • Drill core logging

Deposit Styles

  • Carlin-type gold (Nevada, California)
  • Sediment hosted copper (Canadian Arctic, BC)
  • Mississippi Valley-Type Lead-Zinc (Canadian Arctic)
  • Orogenic gold (Canadian Arctic, La Ronge Gold Belt, BC)
  • Epithermal (BC, Yukon, Nevada, Mexico, Ecuador, Fiji)
  • Mesothermal (BC)
  • Polymetallic veins (BC, Mexico)
  • Porphyry (BC, California, Mexico, Fiji)
  • Manto-style gold (Yukon)
  • Algoma-type BIF (Canadian Arctic)
  • Ni-Cu-PGE (Thompson Nickel Belt)