Nathan BarsiB.Sc., P.Geo.
District Geologist Athabasca Basin
Nathan Barsi joined UEX in December, 2016 as a Project Geologist and most recently held the position of Senior Geologist with the Company. Nathan was a key member of the exploration team that discovered the Ōrora Deposit on the Christie Lake Project and has led UEX’s Co-Ni pioneering exploration efforts in the Athabasca Basin that defined resources at the West Bear Co-Ni Deposit and to the recent discovery of the Michael Lake Co-Ni Zone. Prior to joining UEX, Nathan was a member of Cameco’s exploration team and was involved in expanding resources at the JCU/Cameco’s Millennium Deposit and several other uranium discoveries in the Athabasca Basin. Nathan graduated in 2007 with a B.Sc. in Geology from the University of Saskatchewan and is a Professional Geologist and member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geologists of Saskatchewan.
Mitchell Pezderic joined UEX in September 2016 as a junior geologist. He obtained a B.Sc. with honors from the University of Saskatchewan in 2014. He worked as a summer student for the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment in the Coal and Southern Operations division where he conducted risk assessments related to ground subsidence and sinkholes at abandoned coal mines and co-developed the Abandoned Coal Mine Assessment Program. Currently he has been with UEX for 4 years primarily as a logging geologist for the Christie Lake and West Bear Projects. He also acted as project leader for the 2019 drill program at UEX’s McClean South drill program.