The Team


Consultant Emeritus
Jim Henderson has in excess of 35 years of project management and consulting experience in geophysics. Following graduation from the University of Toronto, he joined Northern Engineering as a project geophysicist managing field programs which involved the use of state-of-the-art geophysical applications to map permafrost distribution in remote areas. Dr. Henderson has played a pivotal role in pioneering the application of geophysics for surface mineable and in-situ oil sands exploration and development.

He joined Hardy Associates in 1977 as an engineering geophysicist where he was responsible for the project management of a wide range of geophysical applications. In 1979 he participated in the formation of Geo-Physi-Con Co. Ltd. and was Vice-President, later promoted to President. His responsibilities included technical direction as well as marketing and administration. In 1993 he joined AMCL as the Manager of Geophysical Services with the special responsibility of establishing a geophysical group to service the resource sector. While at AMCL/DMT he successfully completed his M.E. Des. and PhD. He is currently Vice President, Geophysical Services of DMT.


Head of Geophysics
Doug McConnell joined DMT Geosciences Ltd. in 2010. Prior to this Doug served as the General Manager for the Fugro Airborne Surveys office in Calgary from 2003 to 2010.

Doug has over 25 years of geophysics experience ranging from data acquisition, interpretation, project management and senior management at geophysical service companies. Doug has been involved in geophysics for mining, oil & gas and water exploration, and specializes in environmental and engineering applications. His activities have involved exposure to projects in many countries and different geological domains worldwide, but since 2003 he has been focused on the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin, and unconventional oil & gas development and water projects in particular. Doug earned a B.Sc. Engineering Geology from Queen's University in 1984, and an M.B.A., from York University in 1994.


Head, Engineering & Consulting
Peter Cain, Ph.D., P.Eng. has nearly 35 years post-graduate experience in government, industry and consulting as a Mining Engineer. His post-graduate specialty is rock mechanics and strata control in surface and underground soft rock mines, but he has experience in both hard rock and evaporate deposits. Currently, most of his consulting work is the technical due diligence assessment of mining properties for mining companies and investment houses, but he is also active in design engineering and reporting for securities compliance.


Head of Finance
Sam Chen as part of the management team oversees finance and accounting and serves as an officer of the company. He also oversees finance and HR for TMN Inc., a sister company.

Sam has fifteen years of progressive experience in finance and accounting. His experience has involved in general corporate accounting, reporting, costing, forecast and planning, taxation and financial audit in the oil gas, mining and IT industry. He is also involved admin/HR supporting functions. Before he switched his career to finance and accounting, he had experience in software programming and technical support in IT and telecommunication industry. Sam obtained an MBA from York University in 2003 and a professional accounting designation in 2006, as well as accomplished CPA in-depth tax program in 2019.


Senior Geophysicist
Jane has extensive experience processing and interpreting many types of geophysical data. She has been involved with a wide variety of projects, including identifying and mapping aquifer facies with GPR, designing and building a borehole probe for measuring magnetic susceptibility, inverting and interpreting airborne EM data, and processing and interpreting marine seismic surveys. Recently she has been working on multi-survey interpretations and in the inversion of airborne and ground TEM data using the UBC GIF inversion code. Jane has a BSc (Engineering Physics) and MSc (Engineering) from Queen’s University, and a PhD in Geophysics from the University of British Columbia.


Adam completed his BSc. in Geophysics from the University of Calgary in 2008. Adam brought significant work experience with seismic geophysical software to DMT Geosciences Ltd. when he joined in 2010. Now his expertise also includes acquisition, processing and interpretation of Electrical Resistivity Imaging (ERI), capacitively coupled resistivity (OhmMapper), fixed frequency electromagnetic methods (e.g. EM31), seismic methods and Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) among others. He has applied these methods in remediation and reclamation environmental applications, permafrost mapping, bedrock characterization, groundwater detection, and near surface gravel/sand resource identification.

Adam also enjoys leading a healthy lifestyle including activities such as snowboarding, hiking, golfing, and physical exercise.


Drew obtained a B.Sc. in Geophysics from the University of Calgary in 2010. Since joining DMT Drew has been undertaking seismic refraction and time domain electromagnetic soundings for mapping stratigraphy as part of risk management investigations at oil sands mine sites. He is also familiar with data acquisition, processing and interpretation of fixed frequency electromagnetic (EM31 & EM61), magnetics, capacitively-coupled resistivity and electrical resistivity (ERI) as part of environmental geophysical surveys.

A cool fact about Drew is that he enjoys archery and snowboarding.


Patrick has a BSc. in Geophysics from the University of Calgary (2010). Patrick is an expert in conducting borehole geophysics surveys for a variety of engineering, hydrogeology, and geology projects. Since joining DMT he has also been active in undertaking seismic refraction and time domain electromagnetic soundings for mapping stratigraphy as part of risk management investigations at oil sand mine sites. He is also familiar with data acquisition, processing and interpretation of fixed frequency electromagnetic (EM31) and electrical resistivity (ERI) as part of environmental geophysical surveys.

Patrick is an avid gearhead and enjoys tinkering with anything on wheels. He has a special affinity for motorcycles.


Junior Geophysicist
Jen started with DMT in 2018. She brings key experience supervising and managing a variety of geophysical field projects in the environmental and mineral exploration industries; and she uses her experience to provide consultation to clients on value added proposals of a variety of budgets. Jen specializes in resistivity mapping and numerical methods for inversion modeling with geological integration. Jen has a B.Sc. in Earth Sciences and Geophysics from the University of Waterloo and M.Sc. in Near-Surface Geophysics from the University of Calgary.

Ian Grundy – BSc.

Geophysicist in Training
Ian graduated from the University of Victoria in 2019 and has since been working with DMT Geosciences. Ian has gained experience in a variety of geophysical methods through his involvement in multiple projects ranging from data collection to report preparation.

In his spare time, Ian enjoys exploring B.C’s Coast Mountain range