I co-founded Bronco Creek Exploration with my partner Eric Jensen in 2002. Current responsibilities include business development, managing day-to-day company affairs, target generation, land acquisition, and overseeing project activities. I specialize in developing new exploration ideas and opportunities utilizing innovative geologic approaches. Much or my time is focused on designing, implementing, and managing broad-based mineral exploration programs, ranging from region-selection to property evaluation. Previous to founding Bronco Creek, I spent 4 years as a research associate for the Center for Mineral Resources at the University of Arizona. My research activities focused on the application of ore genesis and mass-transfer to mineral exploration utilizing field-based. One result from these studies is the foundation of a new deposit model for Fe-oxide-Cu-Au (IOCG) deposits. David is a co-author of review papers on porphyry and IOCG deposits for the Economic Geology 100th Anniversary Volume. David graduated from The Colorado College in 1988 with a B.A. in geology, and later earned his PhD from the University of Arizona in 2000.
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