Sydney Mining and Exploration Group (SMEDG) October 26
The presentation will include details of the recent Deep Ground Penetrating Radar (DGPR) survey conducted by UltraMag Geophysics on the company's tenements in North East NSW.
Using modern geophysical techniques, a number of anomalies were identified that were not able to be detected in the field's 100 year history. Since 1876 over 3 tonnes of Gold has been extracted from the goldfield, by small artisanal operators with minimal equipment.
North Eastern NSW remains under-explored due to the rough terrain and very little attention has been given to what could host many exciting discoveries in the next few years. The widespread high concentration of small gold deposits in the "Coffs Harbour" block have met with mild interest from the major Gold Miners due to the "patchy" style of these deposits, when they were looking for "superpit" style deposits.
The source of these many artisanal finds has eluded geologists and explorers for over a century. Now with new techniques being developed that provide low cost collection of sub surface data, more expensive exploration costs in the form of drilling are reduced by pin pointing highly prospective targets.
"That is where the Deep Ground Penetrating Radar comes in" said Tim Mckinnon. "Being able to quickly evaluate sub surface structures for potential mineralisation without drilling, means we can map the strongest targets before bringing in the drilling rigs".
Thursday October 26th at the 6pm SMEDG discussion, Tim Mckinnon and Philip McLelland will be demonstrating the deployment of the UltraMag Geophysical DGPR system at the Dalmorton Goldfield during the year.
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To view gold geologist, Julian Malnic, comment in the field on the DGPR Geophysical System, please visit:
Attendance is free, to find out more, please use the contact details below.
About Revolution Metals Ltd
Revolution Metals Ltd is an Australian public company and developer of mineral resources. The focus of the company is to develop mineral assets of economic grade to production, providing investors with rapid return on investment. Revolution's current tenement holding comprises 40 square kilometres of mineralized gold, silver, nickel, cobalt and lead bearing structures in northern New South Wales, Australia.
The primary gold bearing ironstone and quartz deposits of Mt Remarkable, Pine Creek and Alice Cornwall, are part of a field of numerous reefs and historical artisanal workings with over sixty identified as producing gold over a century ago.
About Ultramag Geophysics
Ultramag Geophysics has over 30 years experience customising solutions to meet our clients' specific needs. This coupled with our robust research and development department makes us world leaders in our field. We service over 500 clients across a number of industries including the resource sector.
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