Kazakhstan – “The big mineral deposits will come from juniors”

June 6, 2016 Posted by

by Elena Tumashova, 02.06.2016 Mining corporations who is ready to invest in Kazakhstan do not see enough prepared reserves here. The author believes that new discoveries can be done only with help of junior sector. Timur Toktabaev, the Director of Subsoil Use Department of the Ministry for Investments and Development, says that investments are needed […]

“USGS Goes Airborne to Define What Minerals Lie Beneath the Upper Midwest”

April 4, 2016 Posted by
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by Heidi  Koontz U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey “Beginning in early April and continuing for approximately two weeks, the U.S. Geological Survey will conduct an aerial survey designed to scan the upper part of the earth’s crust. As part of this survey, a helicopter will be flying low to the ground towing […]

“Geophysics in a time of Cheap Oil” by Leon Thomsen

February 25, 2016 Posted by
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“Refreshing geophysics” by Grigoriy Bedenko

February 23, 2016 Posted by
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Grigoriy Bedenko (Kazakhstan), a journalist, photographer and aviation fun has published a picture story about KazGeotech’s surveys in Kazakhstan. The created JV between Kazgeology and Canadian Geotech Ltd. takes advantage of modern and unique airborne geophysical technologies for mineral exploration and geological investigations in Kazakhstan.                     […]

Mining Indaba – Where the World Connects with African Mining™

February 17, 2016 Posted by
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Mining Indaba - Where the World Connects with African Mining™

“It is currently the world’s largest mining investment event and Africa’s largest mining event.” From February 8-11th all the mining, exploration elite attended in Cape Town South Africa in African Mining Indaba Conference and Exhibition. One of the most advanced airborne geophysics companies, Geotech Ltd., actively operating in Africa, showcased the vast mineral wealth that […]

New airborne electromagnetic data interpretation record release in Australia

February 8, 2016 Posted by
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New airborne electromagnetic data interpretation record release in Australia

“The Southern Thomson Orogen VTEMplus® AEM Survey: Using airborne electromagnetics as an UNCOVER application, Geoscience Australia Record 2015/29 discusses the acquisition, processing and interpretation of data from the Southern Thomson Orogen VTEMplus® AEM Survey and highlights the use of regional AEM surveying for geological and depth to basement mapping in this greenfields area. Data acquisition, […]

The newly-released airborne magnetic survey results in BC

January 30, 2016 Posted by
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Read the article about the newly-released airborne magnetic survey results. The survey is considered the largest ever done by Geoscience BC. Geoscience BC revealed the survey results at a press conference Jan. 26 at the Mineral Exploration Roundup convention in Vancouver. by Lesley Stokes: Roundup 2016: Geoscience BC’s much-needed new survey results for explorers in […]

SEG Best Paper award in M&G, New Orleans, 2015

January 6, 2016 Posted by
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SEG Best Paper award in M&G, New Orleans, 2015

The paper from Geotech Ltd. has been awarded as the Best Paper in the Mining and Geothermal sessions at the 2015 SEG annual meeting in New Orleans: “Airborne Inductively Induced Polarization effects in and their removal from the VTEM data from Mirny, Russia”. As the Committee Chair says: “Out of all the papers presented, it […]

Passive seismic – Dam Repair in America’s Tsunami-Vulnerable Communities

October 30, 2015 Posted by
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Passive seismic - Dam Repair in America’s Tsunami-Vulnerable Communities

by Gemma Barson, Oct.30, 2015 A new study by the U.S. Geological Survey and university researchers that was published earlier this year has discovered that of the 94,870 people living in tsunami hazard zones in northern California, Oregon and Washington state, about 21,500 would not have time to reach higher ground were a tsunami to hit their […]

Airborne geophysics in Kazakhstan

August 4, 2015 Posted by
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Airborne geophysics in Kazakhstan

“Global Business Reports” (GBR), who provides information about all aspects of the hydrocarbon, Pharmaceuticals, Chemical, Energy, Minerals, Mining and the Metallurgical industries around the world, has published an interview with the director of an airborne geophysics Kazakhstan-Canada joint venture as part of GBR research on the mining industry in Kazakhstan, which will be published in […]

Pioneer completes its first Commercial Multicopter UAV-MAG™ Survey

July 11, 2015 Posted by
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Pioneer completes its first Commercial Multicopter UAV-MAG™ Survey

by Michael Burns, President, Pioneer Exploration Consultants Ltd. on July,11, 2015 Pioneer Exploration Consultants Ltd. is a Canadian based geological consulting company that is quickly emerging as a leader in mining and exploration related UAV-based survey technology. Starting in 2014, they designed and built in-house a multicopter UAV-MAG™ survey system, and flew the first ever […]

2015 Astana Mining and Metallurgy Congress

June 26, 2015 Posted by
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2015 Astana Mining and Metallurgy Congress

The Astana International Mining and Metallurgy Congress (AMM) (17-18 June) jointed political, business, financial and scientific leaders of the mining and metallurgical industry from many countries. The main goals of the congress was development of partnerships, introduction of technological innovations, attraction of investments and development of the country’s mining act. The congress was held in the Palace […]

Mobile Technology: Making Field Work Easier

June 23, 2015 Posted by
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by  Gemma Barson, on June, 23, 2015 Smartphones and tablets have worked their way into almost all aspects of our lives, including work. While there has been an abundance of business related apps for some time now, it has taken a while for developers to set their sights on more niche areas. It wasn’t so long ago, […]

Newly discovered historical gravity data pushes exploration activity

May 28, 2015 Posted by
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The Aston Bay‘s Storm Project in Nunavut is focused on exploring high-grade sedimentary hosted copper mineralization. The company recently has undertaken a review of the project data to gain further insight into the untested anomalies identified in the 2011 Versatile Time Domain Electromagnetic (VTEM) survey conducted by Geotech Ltd. The results of the survey confirmed that the mineralized zones […]

GEOMODEL – online time-domain EM data inversion

May 19, 2015 Posted by
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GEOMODEL - online time-domain EM data inversion

Significant improvements have been made since the last presentation of the webapp on ExplorationGeophysics.Info pages. Now the shareware TDEM data inversion web application (ww.geomodel.info) has easy and comfy Eng-Rus interface, the input supports six different file formats (airborne and ground systems), sounding stations position can be represented on the scalable Google Map, data is showed in a sheet, […]

Golden Software – from the beginning of the era of personal computers

May 6, 2015 Posted by
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    Golden Software has provided ExplorationGeophysics.Info with this material allowing publishing it for exploration geophysicists and geologists. Founded in 1983 (the history is here..), Golden Software is a leading provider of affordable scientific graphics software. Its customer base includes over 100,000 users involved in hydrocarbon exploration, mining, engineering, business, education, and medicine in 185 […]

A history of the legendary Golden Software – Exceeding Expectations Since 1983

May 6, 2015 Posted by
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A history of the legendary Golden Software  - Exceeding Expectations Since 1983

    Golden Software has provided ExplorationGeophysics.Info with this material allowing publishing it for exploration geophysicists and geologists. Golden Software has been located in Golden, Colorado since its founding in March, 1983. It was the brainchild of Dan Smith, a graduate student in the Mining Department at the Colorado School of Mines, and of Patrick […]