Shafter Mine Site

Aurcana´s Shafter Property is  located located in Presidio County, Texas. The silver deposits at Shafter have been classified as a carbonate replacement deposit (CRD) and is similar to many of the world’s largest CRDs which occur in adjacent northern Mexico.
  • Location: Texas
  • Client: Aurcana Corp.
  • Commodity: Ag

About this Project

GeoGRAFX was asked to deliver custom gis training onsite focusing on integrating existing data with their GIS packages.

Services for this client include:

GeoGRAFX provided onsite training that focused on issues specific to the mine site, utilizing the company’s data and developed procedures specific to their GIS mapping needs.

The mine site had a local mine grid systems in place.  GeoGRAFX was able to create a custom projection that allowed the local grid to be seamlessly integrated with the GIS system.

GeoGRAFX worked with the mine site personnel to ensure data capture of drill hole information and field data was able to integrate seamlessly with their existing GIS systems, and that data was able to integrate with mine planning software.

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