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Regional Drainage Geochemical Gold Exploration

Significant advances in regional geochemical exploration techniques have been made over the last 5 years in the search for gold deposits. This has occurred largely by the development of the bulk cyanide ex- tractable gold (BLEG) also known as the Bulk Cyanide Leach (BCL) tech- nique. The technique has been developed and designed for Australian...

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(PDF) Gold exploration: Deposits and methodology

PDF On Sep 1, 2010, Richard Sillitoe and others published Gold exploration: Deposits and methodology Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate

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Geophysical exploration for gold SpringerLink

Abstract. The world-wide interest in gold that has characterized mineral exploration in the 1980s has had a profound effect on the focus and style of geophysical prospecting. In the 1950s and 1960s, direct detection methods (chiefly airborne and ground electromagnetics (EM)) were applied widely in the search for massive sulphide-hosted base-metal

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Geochemical Exploration for Gold and the Association of

2015-9-14  cision made during the geochemical exploration for minerals, including the transport distance of the gold nug-gets and ultimately regarding the origin of the element dispersion h[1]. The fine fraction method is usually alo used in geochemical exploration, because of the small grain size, which makes it possible to use a small sample

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Austral Gold EXPLORATION

Exploration at Austral Gold is a fundamental platform for value creation. Austral Gold has formed a technical team with deep knowledge and understanding of the genesis and mineralization control on precious metal epithermal deposit formation. Through its land holdings in prolific epithermal regions in the Paleocene gold belt in northern Chile, and

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Geophysical exploration for epithermal gold deposits

Airborne magnetic surveys are effective in delineating major structures which may control the locations of epithermal gold deposits, and also in detecting magnetic lows or “flat zones” resulting from the destruction of magnetite by hydrothermal alteration. Radiometric surveys may detect potassium enrichment accompanying this alteration.

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PATHFINDER EXPLORATION TECHNIQUES TARGETING

2020-12-12  in New South Wales. Utilising modern understanding of porphyry systems with new exploration techniques such as low level multi element geochemistry, SWIR, high power IP and reprocessed geophysics has defined a new mineralised system at Donnington in a mature exploration belt. It is hoped this is one of many new discoveries in the region.

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Gold Exploration Techniques