Please join us in Montreal May 1-3
Quantec will be at the CIM
Come and meet Rob Gordon P.Eng from the Quantec team.
Rob will be presenting a paper on May 3rd. 10:30 – 10:55
1634: Mapping near mine geology with advanced Geophysical technology
Authors: Roger Sharpe, Robert Hearst & Robert Gordon | Presenter: Robert Gordon
Find out why ORION 3D is the industry standard for deep accurate structural mapping and target delineation.
ORION 3D provides REAL 3D data acquisition which translates to REAL 3D data models.
VANCOUVER, B.C., July 20, 2021 – Tectonic Metals Inc. (TECT: TSX-V; TETOF: OTCQB; T15B: FSE) (the “Company” or “Tectonic”) today announced the commencement of a deep-penetrating TITAN-160 (“TITAN”) ground-based Geophysical Survey (the “Survey”) designed to specifically target multiple Pogo-like gold-in-soil anomalies situated on the Company’s Tibbs Gold Project (“Tibbs”), located in Alaska’s Goodpaster Mining District, 35 kilometres (“km”) east of Northern Star Resources’ Pogo Gold Mine. The Company engaged Quantec Geoscience Limited to carry out the Survey at Tibbs to transect the entirety of the structural corridor, which controls gold mineralization at the property. TITAN is a unique survey that employs two separate geophysical surveys: DC Resistivity and Induced Polarization (“DCIP”) and Magnetotelluric (“MT”) and provides DCIP resistivity and chargeability sections at depths of up to 750m, with MT collected to depths of 1,500m and greater.
TITAN-160 Survey – Technical Details
Four TITAN lines 4,000m long and spaced approximately 1,000m apart are planned at Tibbs. Dipoles are spaced at 100m along each line, with MT sites spaced at 200m, to provide data coverage to significant depths (DCIP to approximately 750m depth; MT resistivity to approximately 4,000m depth). The Survey is expected to be completed in the latter half of July.
TORONTO, June 11, 2021 /CNW/ – Orefinders Resources Inc. (“Orefinders” or the “Company”) (TSXV: ORX) is pleased to announce the completion of a DCIP-MT ORION SWATH ground-based Geophysical Survey (“Survey”) on its McGarry Gold Project (“McGarry”). McGarry is adjacent to the Kerr Addison Mine that produced approximately 11 million ounces of gold before closing in 1996.
The initial 2-D modeling of the Survey data has shown significant IP (Induced Polarization) and MT (Magnetotelluric) anomalies associated with the Larder-Cadillac Fault Zone between the McGarry headframe and the Barber-Larder open-pit and also at other less explored target areas at McGarry (Figure 1).
“This sort of survey, combining quasi 3-D IP and deep-penetrating MT technologies has never been conducted on McGarry. This approach is aimed at delineating new exploration drill targets that could lead to new gold discoveries on a highly prospective project along the Larder-Cadillac Fault Zone,” said Keith Benn, Orefinders Vice President of Exploration.
The Survey was designed to gather high-resolution data at depth that will be key to identifying ‘under cover’ exploration targets, i.e., potential ore bodies that do not reach the surface. Subsequent 3-D modeling of this geophysical data set along with machine learning applied to all available data for McGarry will allow the Company to prioritize exploration targets for a drilling program later in 2021.