Case Study - Mineral Exploration in Colombia

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Courtesy of Advanced Geosciences, Inc.

Economic volcanic ash: Puzolana (ceniza volcánica)

The material of interest is the pozzolan (volcanic ash) which was formed by a hydrothermal alteration of rhyolite that cement the raw material. The geology consists of volcanic rocks in which some horizons are higly resistive intrusive rock cores and around the volcanic ash (pozzolan) of interest.

Instrument  : SuperSting R1 / IP

Array Type : Wenner, Manual with total of 200 electrodes

Process     : Inversion via EarthImager 2D software

Unit          : Ohm Meter and meter

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