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Teras Resources appoints vice-president, project development

Staff writer | Calgary, AB, Canada | March 17, 2014
Teras ResourcesMarch 17, 2014, Calgary, AB, Canada - Teras Resources, a mineral exploration company, announced that it has appointed Paul Stubbe as vice-president of project development.
For the past three years Mr. Stubbe has been the project geologist/manager of the Cahuilla project in Imperial county, California. He has designed and directed the exploration drilling programs which are credited with locating the highest grade gold intercepts found to date on the project. He also developed a comprehensive integrated geologic model of the epithermal gold-silver system at Cahuilla that will be used to further guide exploration and development programs.

Mr. Stubbe began his career as an exploration geologist with Westmont Mining Inc. conducting grassroots exploration for gold deposits in Nevada's prolific Carlin trend. He has extensive experience in porphyry copper exploration and development as a consulting geologist with Magma Copper Company at Ruth, Nev., and with BHP Tintaya in South America at its copper mine in southern Peru.

Mr. Stubbe has explored for base and precious metals on six of the seven continents and has organized several programs integrating geophysical, geochemical and geologic data resulting in the successful targeting, drilling and delineation of mineral resources. Although his primary focus has been the search for gold and copper deposits, he also has experience in uranium exploration and on diamond projects in Northern Canada.

Mr. Stubbe has more than 30 years of experience in the mineral exploration and mining industries. Mr. Stubbe holds a bachelor of science degree in geological engineering from the Colorado School of Mines.