Current Issue of “Exploration Geophysics” – Airborne Electromagnetics AEM 2013

March 30, 2015 Posted by

Exploration Geophysics Volume 46 Number 1 2015 6th International Conference in Airborne Electromagnetics (AEM 2013) This special issue of Exploration Geophysics comprises papers from the 6th International Conference in Airborne Electromagnetics (AEM 2013) held in South Africa, and showcases the latest ideas and advancements in the discipline of airborne electromagnetic geophysics. Developing an efficient modelling […]

Airborne and ground geophysics for Grasset Project in Quebec

March 25, 2015 Posted by

Xmet Inc. announces that it thus far completed drilling eight holes on its Grasset Project out of the ten holes originally planned. Three of these holes encompassing approximately 460 metres have been cut and sent to the lab for assays. The remaining completed holes are being cut and processed and will be sent for assays […]

EM surveys over Green Giant graphite property in Madagascar

February 24, 2015 Posted by
EM surveys over Green Giant graphite property in Madagascar

by Alexander Prikhodko, 24 Feb., 2015 Graphite mineralization has a high electrical conductivity, which makes it an excellent target for electromagnetic (EM) methods. Energizer Resources Inc. and it’s predecessors have conducted several airborne and ground electromagnetic  surveys over different areas of Green Giant graphite property in Madagascar (province of Toliara). Different EM technologies have been […]

Fresh insights on magnetic field from Geosoft

February 20, 2015 Posted by

    Virginia Heffernan: “Magnetization Vector Inversion (MVI) is a modern technique which is gaining acceptance as an effective tool for subsurface exploration in areas where magnetization does not necessarily run parallel to the earth’s magnetic field, a more common scenario than geoscientists have traditionally appreciated.” – See more at: Earth Explorer   (Visited 30 […]

2014 issued patents by Assignee Geotech Airborne Limited

January 27, 2015 Posted by
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Receiver coil assembly for airborne geophysical surveying with noise mitigation Patent number: 8878538 Abstract: An airborne geophysical surveying system comprising a receiver coil assembly for towing by an aircraft, the receiver assembly including a receiver coil for sensing changes in a magnetic field component of a magnetic field, and a receiver coil orientation sensing system […]

IP survey in Dominican Republic on Tireo Gold Trend

January 21, 2015 Posted by
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Precipitate Gold Corp. announces results from its recently completed Phase 2 induced polarization (“IP”) geophysical survey at the Ginger Ridge Zone within the Company’s Juan de Herrera project in the Dominican Republic. The second phase of IP geophysical surveying at Ginger Ridge consisted of a total of 7.5 line kilometers primarily focused on four parallel grid […]

Magnetic and IP surveys over the high grade gold mineralization in Wawa

January 20, 2015 Posted by
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Red Pine Exploration Inc. completed drilling of 6 exploration holes on the Surluga Gold Deposit during the December 2014 field program to better define mineralization and alteration mineralogy on the property. A ground magnetic survey and an initial induced polarization geophysical survey were also completed over the known gold mineralization. The Company believes that the […]

Magnetic and VLF survey on the silica project in Quebec

January 20, 2015 Posted by
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Rogue Resources Inc.  announces that it continues to advance the Lac de la Grosse Femelle Property (the “Femelle Project”), located approximately 95 km northeast of Québec City, and adjacent to the Mine Sitec silica mine, in operation for the past 50 years. Airborne Heli-MAG geophysics surveys were flown over the Femelle Project on December 7, […]

Inversion electromagnetic survey data in web app

December 22, 2014 Posted by
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TDEM geomodel is an online software designed for editing, inversion, and interpretation of transient electromagnetic (TDEM) data. It outputs resistivity cross sections and maps which can be superposed on Google maps. Here is an example of  ground TEM data on-line inversion:   (Visited 92 times, 2 visits today)

In the news – Geotech technologies in Kazakhstan and Russia

December 2, 2014 Posted by
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In the National TV News (Kazakhstan)   In the local (Yakutia) Russian TV news: (Visited 96 times, 1 visits today)

Geology For Investors about an airborne EM technology for exploration

December 1, 2014 Posted by
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Hunting for Giants: An Introduction to ZTEM Surveys in Mineral Exploration By: Kylie Williams in Exploration Methods                 Overview It may just look like an enormous, flying spider web towed behind a helicopter, but the ZTEM airborne geophysical survey system has the potential to identify giant porphyry copper […]

New Multiple and Significant Nickel Sulphide Intersections at Maniitsoq – Greenland

November 4, 2014 Posted by
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New Multiple and Significant Nickel Sulphide Intersections at Maniitsoq - Greenland

North American Nickel Inc.  reports assay results for multiple and significant nickel sulphide intersections at the P-013 prospect, located seventeen kilometres south of the Imiak Hill Complex (IHC) on the Company’s 100% owned Maniitsoq Nickel – Copper – Cobalt and PGM project in southwest Greenland. Highlights include: MQ-14-066 (P-013): 5.85metres of 2.07% Ni and 0.12% Cu of semi-massive sulphides within […]

Airborne geophysics for La India Gold Mining District in Nicaragua

September 30, 2014 Posted by
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Condor Gold plc , a gold exploration company focused on delineating a large commercial reserve on its 100%-owned La India Project in Nicaragua, which hosts a CIM compliant Mineral Resource of 2.4 Million oz gold at 4.6g/t, is pleased to announce the results of a helicopter borne magnetic and radiometric survey on the entire 280 sq km […]

Airborne EM and ground IP geophysical anomalies – the new Significant Copper-Gold System in Panama

September 30, 2014 Posted by
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Pershimco Resources Inc. announces that the results of its recent exploration drilling on the Idaida target have confirmed a new copper-gold system. Importantly, this newly revealed system shows both near surface and deeper mineralized feeder structures analogous to the Company’s two main targets, La Pava and Quema Deposits, the latter of whose center is located […]

Drilling Results of Anomalous Radioactivity and Conductors (Athabasca basin)

September 25, 2014 Posted by
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 FISSION URANIUM CORP. announces the results of 21 of its 22 regional drill hole program at its PLS (Patterson Lake South) property in Canada’s Athabasca Basin. Four new holes have discovered anomalous radioactivity on three new conductors in the PL Corridor and Far East target areas of PLS. This follows exploration hole, PLS14-255 (see NR August 11, 2014), […]

Unlocking Australia’s hidden mineral potential with geophysics

August 1, 2014 Posted by
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Dr Richard Blewett: “It is becoming increasingly difficult to discover near-surface mineral resources in Australia. New and innovative products and techniques are being developed as part of the UNCOVER Initiative to help attract mineral exploration investment that has the potential to lead to the discovery of new resources.” One of the focus regions for the […]

“Forgotten Truths, Myths and Sacred Cows of Potential Fields Geophysics” – Alan Reid, KEGS talk

July 29, 2014 Posted by
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