Emily Miller, B.Sc.
Phone: (778) 405-3956
Emily is a regional geological mapper and minerals geologist who focusses on the Stikine terrane of northwestern British Columbia.
University of Alberta (B.Sc., 2008)
Emily joined the BCGS in 2022. Before this, she spent approximately a decade working in mineral exploration in the Cordillera of British Columbia and Yukon on diverse deposits, focussing on geological mapping for target generation and evaluation. At the BCGS, she is responsible for field mapping and studies related to mineral deposits. Emily is particularly interested in building a greater understanding of Cordilleran evolution and the processes that gave rise to, and controlled emplacement of, prolific Late Triassic to Jurassic porphyry and other deposits in northern British Columbia.
Miller, E.A., van Straaten, B.I., and Hunter, R.C., 2023. Update on bedrock mapping in the Kitsault River area, northwestern British Columbia. In: Geological Fieldwork 2022, British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation, British Columbia Geological Survey Paper 2023-01, pp. 23-32.
Miller, E.A., Kennedy, L.A., and van Straaten, B.I., 2020. Geology of the Kinskuch Lake area and Big Bulk porphyry prospect, northwestern British Columbia: Syndepositional faulting and basin formation during the Rhaetian (latest Triassic) transition from the Stuhini to the Hazelton Group. In: Geological Fieldwork 2019, British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, British Columbia Geological Survey Paper 2020-01, pp. 77-99.
Miller, E.A., Kennedy, L. ,and van Straaten, B.I., 2019. Preliminary field results from Kinskuch Lake, northwestern British Columbia (NTS 103P/11): a study of the boundary between the Stuhini and Hazelton groups, in Geoscience BC Summary of Activities 2018: Minerals and Mining, Geoscience BC, Report 2019-1, p. 75–86.