Exploration

Author(s): 
Mining Weekly
Category: 
Mining

JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly) – The impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution on the minerals industry has not yet played out, but South Africa’s, and the world’s, ability to generate massive amounts of data and integrate and use them will undoubtedly improve, leading to an Read more... about Exploration Boost_Tech advances poised to shorten prospecting-to-minedevelopment timelines

Author(s): 
Mining Weekly
Category: 
Mining

The impact of the Fourth Industrial EXPLORATION TECHNOLOGIES Revolution on the minerals industry has not yet played out, but South Africa's, and the world's, ability to generate massive amounts of data and integrate and use them will undoubtedly improve, leading to an Read more... about Exploration Boost_Tech advances poised to shorten prospecting-to-minedevelopment timelines

Author(s): 
Engineering News
Category: 
Mining

JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly) – The impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution on the minerals industry has not yet played out, but South Africa’s, and the world’s, ability to generate massive amounts of data and integrate and use them will undoubtedly improve, leading to an Read more... about Exploration Boost_Tech advances poised to shorten prospecting-to-minedevelopment timelines 5th

Author(s): 
Wayne Barnett, Michael Stubley, Casey Hetman, Ron Uken, Chris Hrkac, Tom McCandless
Category: 
Geology

The Kennady North Project kimberlites (Northwest Territories of Canada) comprises multiple shallow dipping dykes and several volcaniclastic bodies that have an unusual shallow plunging geometry and complex "pipe" shapes that are termed chonoliths. The detailed Read more... about Kelvin and Faraday kimberlite emplacement geometries and implications for subterranean magmatic processes

Author(s): 
Stuart Munroe & Michael Cunningham
Category: 
Geology
Author(s): 
Brian Luinstra
Category: 
Hydrogeology
 
Author(s): 
Jon Russill, Bill Kellaway
Category: 
Geology

Greenland has numerous gold showings, but only one has ever been mined. The Nalunaq Gold Mine in South Greenland opened in 2004 following the discovery of a gold-quartz vein in the Kirkspirdalen Valley 12 years earlier. The Nalunaq discovery, like all good exploration tales, was made at the very Read more... about Exploring Greenland's Gold Districts

Author(s): 
Chris Barrett
Category: 
Geology

Spectral remote sensing involves the collection, processing and interpretation of electromagnetic energy that is reflected or emitted from features on the Earth’s surface. The fundamental premise is that different materials reflect and emit energy at different wavelengths and can be discerned Read more... about The power of spectral remote sensing

Author(s): 
Oliver Bayley, Rob Bowell, Jessica Charles
Category: 
Geology

Exploration, particularly field access is challenging in many remote environments due to lack of infrastructure and vehicle access takes several hours driving over sand dunes and dry river beds or relying on air access only.  A major challenge for exploration is decision making in the field, Read more... about Rapid exploration in remote terrains

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