Chris Drown is a geologist with over 20 years experience in the Australian exploration and mining industry. He is a member of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and a member of the Geological Society of Australia.
A graduate of the University of Tasmania, Mr Drown worked in underground nickel mines at Western Mining Corporation Limited's Kambalda operations in Western Australia, and filled mining geology roles at Aberfoyle Resources Limited's Hellyer lead-zinc-silver deposit in western Tasmania.
In 1991, he moved from mine geology into exploration searching for base metal and gold deposits in the Northern Territory and South Australia.
Mr Drown was appointed exploration manager of Adelaide Resources shortly after it listed on the ASX and has since played a major role in the company's activities. In March 2005 he accepted an invitation to join the Board of Adelaide Resources as an Executive Director and in November 2007 became Managing Director.
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About Adelaide Resources Limited
Adelaide Resources Limited (ASX:ADN) is an Australian Securities Exchange listed company focusing on mineral exploration for gold, copper and uranium deposits.
Adelaide Resources currently has interests in 22 exploration licenses, covering over 7,800 sq km within South Australia, the Northern Territory and Queensland.
The company's goal is to grow shareholder wealth through involvement in a significant mineral discovery, and ultimately through successful mine development.
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