Amy E. Cleaver

Physical Scientist

Research into 1)  the impact of climate change on mining activities and metal mobility in Canadian waters. Particularly focusing on mine dust and monitoring techniques. 2) Mine waste characterization including geochemical and minerlogical techniques, and factors that influence metal mobility and fate in the environment. 

Education and awards

  • MSc (Environmental Geochemistry), Queen's Univeristy, Kingston, ON, Canada, 2020
  • HBSc (Geology), Lakehead University, Thunderbay, ON, Canada, 2017

Key publications

Cleaver, A., White, H.P., Rickwood, C.J., Jamieson, H,E., and Huntsman, P. (2022) Field comparison of fugitive dust sampling and monitoring methods. Science of the Total Environment.

Cleaver, A., Jamieson, H.E., Rickwood, C., Huntsman, P., (2021) Tailings dust characterization and impacts on surface water chemistry at an abandoned Zn-Pb-Au-Ag deposit. Applied Geochemistry.