The GeoGRAFX team has experience in mapping and the utilization of drilling information in a variety of commodities and geological settings. Using our knowledge of regional to mine-scale mapping, allows us to generate high-quality products in a time-efficient manner.
Geochemistry is an essential component in most modern integrated mineral exploration programs. Advances in the field include progressive improvements in mineral deposit models, conceptual models, ICP-ES and ICP-MS instrumentation and capabilities, and computer-based data analysis and visualization techniques. The current trend is to move from threshold determination to pattern recognition analysis to identify anomalous situations.
In the 1980s, GeoGRAFX pioneered the application of using multivariate analysis on geochemical data. These techniques have been improved with multi-element geochemical suites, updated software tools, as well as advanced classification procedures which allows a more in-depth interpretation for targeting, alteration
Development of greater analytical capability with geographic information systems (GIS) to permit fuller assessment of all geoscience data. Objects and attributes in data sets can now be queried to quickly find all Ag deposits within 5km of northwest trending faults in a favorable horizon.
Spatial modeling techniques, including weights of evidence, logistic regression, and fuzzy logic, have been used for a mineral
Van Deemen Au Project, AZ
Lisbon Valley Cu Mine Site, UT
Lisbon Valley Mining Company engages in mining copper in Lisbon Valley, Utah. Copper concentrations occur mostly as intergranular disseminations in sandstones and pebble conglomerates.
Kerrs Au Project, Ontario
The Kerrs gold property is situated in the Abitibi area of the Canadian Shield East of Timmins/Matheson Ontario. The quartz-carbonate breccia deposit is stratabound occurring at the contact of a thick, mafic pillow flow sequence overlying an ultramafic, magnetite-rich flow sequence.