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Petr Cerny



Petr Černý FRSC is an award-winning mineralogy professor at the University of Manitoba.

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Černý studies focus on Pegmatite. He is best known for his geological mapping of Bernic Lake, Manitoba in the 1970s. The site has since hosted several tantalum-lithium-cesium mines.

Honours

  • 1991, made a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada
  • 1991, bestowed an honorary doctorate by the University of Manitoba
  • 1993, awarded the Logan Medal by the Geological Association of Canada
  • the mineral Cernyite was named in his honour
  • elected an honorary member of the Learned Society of Czech Republic
  • received a medal from the Asociacion Geologica Argentina

References

  • University of Manitoba Alumni Newsletter- December 2002
  • University of Manitoba- 2002 Annual Report


 
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