VANCOUVER, B.C. -- Tower Resources Ltd. is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Dirk Tempelman-Kluit, PhD FGAC as a Technical Advisor to the board.
Dr. Tempelman-Kluit was for seven years the Director of the Geological Survey of Canada's Cordilleran Division. Over a period of 40 years he mapped the regional geology of most of southern Yukon and part of British Columbia. In addition he worked in Whitehorse as Director of the geology section at Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, the precursor of the Yukon Geological Survey. He has published more than 50 maps and reports on Yukon and BC geology. Dr. Tempelman-Kluit joined Richfield Ventures in 2004 where he recognized the bulk-gold potential at the Blackwater Gold Project in 2009. Richfield drilled and advanced Blackwater to a multimillion ounce gold resource before the company was taken over by New Gold in 2011. He is a recipient of the Geological Association of Canada Past President's medal and the 2012 AMEBC Spud Huestis Award for prospecting excellence.
President & CEO Mark Vanry comments, "Tower is extremely excited with the addition of Dr. Tempelman-Kluit to our Advisory Board. His technical expertise, experience and track record of exploration success in the Cordillera will be integral in aiding Tower to advance it's portfolio of BC based exploration projects."
Tower Resources Ltd.
Mark Vanry - Director, CEO & President
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