Rules of Thumb for Geological Field Mapping Success

By: Erik Ronald, PG Mining Geology HQ 20 March 2016 Following my February article on Rules of Thumb for Mineral Exploration Success, I’d like to share some fundamental aspects to ensure success when conducting geological mapping. These “Rules of Thumb” can be applied to either true greenfields mapping, near-mine brownfields work, or open pit bench […]

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The Importance of Domaining and Stationarity to Geologists

By: Erik Ronald, PG Mining Geology HQ 9 March 2016 A Mineral Resource or Reservoir model is a compilation of geologic data, interpretation, and numeric modeling. Data is collected, typically through drilling, at various spacings and used to infer characteristics across a large volume, zone, or deposit. The first key component to modelling, which I’ll […]

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