Photo: Geotech Caravan on the tarmac in Kazakhstan The joint company was made upon Vice Minister’s, Nurlan Nazarbayev …
New Copper Targets Revealed by VTEM™ Survey
Thomson Resources completed an extensive, 564 line kilometre, airborne VTEM survey (Versatile Time-domain Electro Magnetics) in June 2014 over some of its key prospects within NSW. The survey targeted volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits “VMS” at the Havilah and Byrock projects as well as other sulphide-associated deposits in other project areas. The VTEM survey defined a number of bedrock conductors demanding immediate follow-up and drilling.
ZTEM™ Aids in Sub-Basalt Basin Exploration Programs for Unconventional Oil and Gas
The system is derived from AFMAG principles that have been adapted to traditional MT measurements and signal processing …
Around The World in 80 Days: Technical Presentations by Geotech in 2013
My extensive travel started in January at our yearly RoundUP workshop in Vancouver and ended in an Ontario …
Hunting for Giants: An Introduction to ZTEM™ Surveys in Mineral Exploration
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 deposits and features of other large ore deposits up to 2000 meters below the surface.
Pacific Ridge Announces Results of VTEM™ Survey, Fyre Lake Project, Yukon
VANCOUVER — Pacific Ridge Exploration Ltd. (TSX Venture: PEX) (“Pacific Ridge” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce preliminary results of a helicopter borne VTEM electromagnetic and magnetic geophysical survey on the Company’s Fyre Lake copper-gold-cobalt massive sulphide deposit, located in the Finlayson Lake District, Yukon. The survey was flown by Geotech Ltd. of Aurora, Ontario under contract to Merah Resources Limited (“Merah”), who has an option to earn an interest in the property