Calgary, Alberta - Cedar Mountain Exploration Inc. (“Cedar”) is pleased to welcome Travis Hudson, Ph.D. to its technical team as senior geoscientist for the Kelly Creek Project in Alaska.
Cedar’s Chairman, CEO and President, Charles Chebry, stated, “Dr. Hudson is the foremost authority on the geology of our project area. He has been an important part of our project team to date and his agreement to join our group is an important significant strategic step in the advancement of the Kelly Creek Project. The addition of Dr. Hudson coincides with the departure of our interim Vice President of Exploration, David Clarke who ran the field program this year. We would like to thank David for his contribution and wish him well in his future endeavors.”
Travis L. Hudson received his Ph.D. in geology from Stanford University in 1976. His work in Alaska has included 24 field seasons investigating regional geology, active tectonics, mineral deposits, and petroleum systems. Mineral deposit studies have included prospect evaluation, generative exploration project development and management, mineral resource assessment, and marketing of prospects and exploration programs. Dr. Hudson is a member of the Society of Economic Geologists, the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, and a fellow of the Geological Society of America. He is a registered geologist in the state of Washington.
The Kelly Creek Property located on the Seward Peninsula in Alaska’s prolific Nome mining district. Kelly Creek is a drill-permitted early-stage gold exploration property comprising 32,640 acres (13,209 hectares). Historic results indicate the presence of a sediment-hosted gold deposit within a mining district that has historically recorded placer gold production of 5 million ounces.
Cedar is a member of the Discovery Group of Companies: www.discoveryexp.com
For more information contact:
Charles Chebry, B.Sc., CMA
Chief Executive Officer
Cedar Mountain Exploration Inc.
Tel: (403) 283-0001
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