Utilizing a diverse range of tools and techniques, GeoGRAFX provides innovative computer-based data integration, management, and presentation services which cover the entire spectrum of the mineral exploration and mining industry, from grass-roots reconnaissance maps to the preparation of auditable databases for feasibility studies. The service allows large volumes of data to be processed rapidly and so allow real-time decision-making. This brings measurable benefits in terms of visualization and data management. These, in turn, enable you to add value to your data.
All data projects are managed and conducted by experienced geoscientists and software engineers trained and skilled in the application of computer technology to mineral exploration. GeoGRAFX’ turnkey approach to data capture and processing allows rapid movement of geological, geophysical, and geochemical data into a structured and usable format. Solutions are seamless and cost-effective and may be applied to various earth science applications including geological, hydrological, and geotechnical exploration, site characterization, and environmental mapping, assessment, monitoring, and remediation.
Our thorough understanding of the latest GIS technology and applications and the concepts underlying GIS data, queries and codes in relational databases enable us to apply the most cost-effective solutions to meet your requirements. Our GIS-based approach to environmental management allows us to cost-effectively align your requirements with the right GIS solution – you define a vision for what you would like to achieve with GIS technology and we can help you deliver it. We can maintain the highest quality-control standards to ensure that your data is validated and as near perfect as possible.
Mapping is an essential component for targeting deposits, project planning, and resource development.
GeoGRAFX utilizes GIS mapping software to visually display & analyze numerous layers of data. This enables large amounts of technical information to be conveyed simply and effectively through a visual medium. Many different types of data can be integrated into a GIS and represented as a map layer. Examples can include topography, land status, mineral occurrences, drill hole locations, soil sampling &
GeoGRAFX utilizes several useful utilities that allow for the quick and accurate conversion of both vector and raster datasets. If the client is working with the MapInfo platform, GeoGRAFX can construct a custom projection that allows the local mine grid to integrate seamlessly with real-world coordinates.
We can send our instructors to your location to teach any of our classes (standard or specialty). You’ll benefit from personal, private instruction and save time and money by eliminating travel and related costs for your group.
- Intro to MapInfo/Discover
- Intermediate MapInfo/Discover
- Discover 3D
- GIS Data Standards
- GIS Development Management Strategies
- Target Selection
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.
Shafter Ag Mine Site, TX
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.
San Sebastian Ag Mine Site, Mexico
Hecla’s concession holdings at San Sebastian are located in the middle of the prolific Mexican Silver Belt outside of Durango, Mexico. Mineralization in the district is structurally controlled and hosted in sedimentary rocks.