Anomalous Exploration's soil sampler in the Yukon

Anomalous 

Exploration

Our proficient team will advance your grassroots and early-stage geological exploration projects in British Columbia and the Yukon.

 

Regional mapping in the Yukon

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Soil sampling traverse in the Yukon

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Soil sampling ridge line in the Yukon

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Regional mapping in the Yukon

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About 

Anomalous Exploration Ltd is a geological services company that manages grassroots exploration projects focused on geochemical surveys and prospecting operations for mineral exploration companies in Western Canada. Our experienced and qualified team provides safe, diligent, and cost-effective field operations to develop your mineral exploration targets.

We specialize in small projects and excel at working in challenging terrain and adverse conditions. Whether we are part of your initial reconnaissance on a new claim package or expanding an advanced-stage exploration program, you can be confident that we will manage your project efficiently and professionally.

 

Services

Each project is unique. We are eager to work closely with you to meet or surpass your expectations. We are fit, knowledgeable, and hard-working. Our team enjoys learning and is eager to understand and execute your field methods. 

Project Management

Project Planning

 

Remote Project Logistics 

Health and Safety

Budgeting

Staffing

Training

Geological services

Soil and Stream Sediment Sampling

Basal Till Sampling

Biogeochemical Sampling 

Prospecting

Pitting and Trenching

Drill Program Support

Drone Reconnaissance

Data services

Integrated Photo, GPS, and Sample Management​

 

Quality Assurance and Quality Control of Field Data

Technical Field Reports

Environmental Impact Reports

Our Team

 

Ellen Hunter-Perkins 

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Chief Executive Officer

B.Sc., B.Ed.

Ellen has six seasons of experience with mineral exploration projects, where she contributed to program planning and data collection during sampling, prospecting, and mapping programs. These projects included grassroots exploration of carlin-style gold and polymetallic prospects in the Yukon and porphyry Cu-Au target development in north and central BC. Ellen studied Earth Sciences and Biology at UVic and Education at UBC. As well as working in mineral exploration, she monitored seabirds, flora, and marine mammals for two seasons as a marine biologist in Laskeek Bay, Haida Gwaii, BC. and taught for four years as a Science and Outdoor Education teacher in Bella Coola and Ucluelet, BC, working with local Indigenous communities. Ellen’s vision is one of inclusion, sustainability, and exemplary leadership, and she is responsible for marketing, networking, conducting fieldwork, and report writing.

Ellen Perkins Cheif Executive Officer

Trevor Tamburri

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Chief Technical Officer

B.A.Sc., P.Eng., G.I.T.

Trevor has four seasons of mineral exploration experience in the Yukon Territory's Rackla Gold Belt, where he contributed to the development of several carlin-style gold targets as a sampler, prospector, and junior geologist. Having worked as a geotechnical mining consultant for six years on slope stability projects for operating open-pit mines in BC, Trevor brings extensive knowledge in geotechnical data collection, project management, data management, and technical report writing. He has a degree in Geological Engineering from UBC, is a registered Professional Engineer, and has recently submitted an application for his Professional Geoscientist certification. As our Chief Technical Officer, Trevor is responsible for project planning and management, fieldwork, data processing, and report writing.

Trevor Tamburri Cheif Technical Officer

Ryan Nelson

Chief Financial Officer

B.A., M.L.I.S.

Ryan has eight seasons of experience in mineral exploration operations. He has worked from small exploration projects to large multi-drill and multi-million-dollar exploration programs as a soil sampler, pad builder, claim staker, first aid attendant, crew chief, and camp manager. Ryan earned a Masters in Library and Information Science from McGill and a BA from Queen's. He has completed two levels of the Chartered Financial Analyst program and the Canadian Securities Course. Ryan has a diverse background in social entrepreneurship, impact investing, corporate governance, and financial analysis in the metals and mining sector; he guides Anomalous Exploration in financial actions as Chief Financial Officer. As our first aid attendant, he is responsible for safety plans and infection prevention and control; he also conducts operational planning and sampling.

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Ryan Nelson Cheif Financial Officer

Jesse Ashwell

Chief Operating Officer

B.Ed.

Jesse has five seasons of experience as a geological technician. He has worked sampling, prospecting, pad building, managing crews, and organizing logistics on many properties, including work in the Rackla Gold Belt, YT, and gold-copper porphyry targets across BC. His four seasons of tree planting and wildfire fighting broaden his extensive field experience to include building camps and confidently navigating the backroads of BC. Jesse has spent the last four years teaching woodwork and math in Ucluelet and Bella Coola. As a certified shop teacher, he excels in teaching new skills to a wide range of students and building strong relationships in remote and Indigenous communities. His priority is keeping people safe and equipment in good working order. Jesse is our Chief Operations Officer, responsible for the organization of logistics, equipment, expediting, chainsaw operation, drone reconnaissance, sampling, graphic art, and website design. 

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Jesse Ashwell Cheif Operating Officer
 
 

Our mission

Mineral exploration is changing. Investors and prudent management teams increasingly prioritize environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance. As do we. Our team of conscientious individuals is passionate about reducing the environmental footprint of our industry. We work energetically and creatively to minimize our carbon footprint, to leave no trace campsites, and to respect local communities and local ecology as we run your program. We want you to be proud of how your fieldwork is completed. Our team strives to improve our exploration methodologies, and we often save clients money as we reduce our footprint.