Dr. Peter K.M. Megaw, Consulting Geologist and President of IMDEX/Cascabel and co-founder of Minera Cascabel and MAG Silver, has 40 years involvement in Mexican geology and is well-known in the Mexican mining industry. He has been a frequent speaker at international academic and technical symposia. His Ph.D. work at the University of Arizona was an exploration-focused geological/geochemical study of the Santa Eulalia Ag-Pb-Zn District, Chihuahua and Carbonate Replacement Deposits (CRDs) in general. He has published extensively on CRDs in both geological and mineralogical journals and books. Dr. Megaw and his team are credited with the significant discoveries at Platosa, Durango (epithermal veins) – Excellon Resources Juanicipio-Fresnillo, Zacatecas (epithermal veins) – JV between Fresnillo & MAG Silver Pozo-Seco/Cinco de Mayo, Chihuahua (carbonate replacement deposit) – MAG Silver. Dr. Megaw was awarded the following: - 2017 Prospectors and Developers of Canada’s (PDAC’s) Thayer Lindsley Award for the 2003 blind discovery of the 200 Moz Juanicipio silver deposit in the Fresnillo District, Mexico, ultimately leading to a further 600 million ounces being identified in the immediate area. - 2012 Society of Mining Engineers Robert M. Dreyer Award for excellence in Applied Economic Geology. - 2009 Carnegie Mineralogical Award for his contribution in mineralogical preservation, conversation and education.