Edward Wellman

Adjunct Lecturer

25+ years of extensive experience in rock mechanics and geomechanical engineering specializing in slope stability, rock mass assessments, earth materials characterization, including seismic and natural hazards identification for mining projects and the underground construction industries. Broad experience in underground and open-pit mining projects worldwide, having participated in feasibility studies, due diligence reviews, and reviewer on several independent engineer visits. Mr. Wellman has served as a Qualified Person in preparing geotechnical inputs for mineral reserve estimates used to satisfy requirements for the Canadian National Instrument 43-101 policy, JORC, and U.S. Security and Exchange filing requirements. Mr. Wellman is a Professional Geological Engineer, Civil Engineer, Geologist, and a Certified Engineering Geologist. His areas of expertise include:* Block and Panel Caving * Fragmentation Analysis* Site Characterization * Ground Support * Rock Reinforcement * Shaft Ground Conditions and Support * Mass Excavations * Tunnelling* Underground Mass Mining* Open-Pit Stability* Ground Improvement* Geotechnical Instrumentation and Monitoring

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Minining and Geological Engineering, Geosciences, Civil Engineering, Physics

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August 2023

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