Eimear Anne Deady

Ms Eimear Anne Deady

Mineral Resources Geologist

Location: Keyworth

Tel: 0115 936 3387

E-mail Eimear Anne Deady

ORCID: 0000000151503087


  •  2013 – ongoing : Minerals Resource Geologist, British Geological Survey
  •  2015 – ongoing : Camborne School of Mines, University of Exeter, PhD "An enhanced understanding of the thermal and fluid history of a Variscan metallogenic province from critical metal investigations: The antimony and tungsten-bismuth deposits of south-west England"
  •  2010 –2011 : Camborne School of Mines, University of Exeter M.Sc. Mining Geology
  •  2007 –2010 : University of Edinburgh B.Sc. (Hons) Geology
  •  2003 –2007 : Trinity College Dublin B.A. (Mod) Natural Science (Hons): Genetics

Research interests

  • Critical metal mineralisation and geometallurgy
  • Valorisation of mining waste
  • Mining heritage

Current projects and collaboration

  •  2013 – ongoing : Critical metal mineralisation research in South West England, with a focus on tungsten, bismuth and antimony through the Critical Metals Alliance. (Camborne School of Mines)
  •  2016 –2020 : EU Horizon 2020 HighTech AlkCarb Project to develop new geomodels for critical metal exploration in carbonatites and alkaline rocks
  •  2013 –2017 : EU Framework 7 (FP7) EURARE 'Development of a sustainable exploitation scheme for Europe's Rare Earth ore deposits' Researching Rare Earth Element mineralisation in Europe; REE in red muds and bauxite and heavy mineral sands in Turkey. (January 2013-December 2017)
  •  2014 –2017 : Capacity building at the Liberian Geological Survey
  •  2016 – ongoing : EU Horizon 2020 CHMP 2030 Combined Heat, Power, Metal Extraction
  •  2013 – ongoing : World mineral statistics

Boards and committees


  • Mineral prospectivity analysis at regional scales
  • Mineral resource evaluation
  • Mineral exploration
  • Science communication

Published outputs

Key papers

Deady, Eimear A.; Muchos, Evangelos; Goodenough, Kathryn; Williamson , Ben J.; Wall, Frances. 2016 A review of the potential for rare earth element resources from European red muds: examples from Seydi┼čehir, Turkey and Parnassus-Giona, Greece. Mineralogical Magazine, 80 (1). 43-61.

Deady, E, Mouchos, E, Goodenough, K, Williamson, B, Wall, F. 2014. Rare earth elements in karst-bauxites: a novel untapped European resource? In: ERES 2014 : 1st conference on European Rare Earth Resources, Milos, Greece, 4-7 Sept 2014. 364-375. (Unpublished)

See also