Case Study - Mapping Gold Deposits with Induced Polarization Surveys, Yukon, Canada

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Courtesy of Advanced Geosciences, Inc.

Site:  Rockhaven Resources Ltd. Klaza property in Yukon Territory, Canada

Equipment:  SuperStingR8 with AGI 84 electrode passive electrical imaging cable, 5 meter electrode spacing, inverse schlumberger array, boost mode(200W output),

Direct Samples:  Reverse circulation drilling and geochemical analysis of core samples.

Results:  SuperStingR8 induced polarization data were successfully used to locate economically important gold deposits in high resolution with relatively low transmitter power.  A strong correlation is found between resistivity/chargeability features and mineralized zones.  Details of the borehole data with gold content (Au gram/ton) are shown as pink bar graphs overlain on the EarthImager2D resistivty and chargeability model.

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