Posts tagged structural vectoring
Structural Vectoring in mineral exploration: what it is and how, when and why we should use it.

The goal of Structural Vectoring is to define the linkage between structural features and mineralization processes and use it to predict location, shape, orientation and continuity of mineral bodies. This linkage is particularly useful when drilling a mineral target. In this course we will present and discuss the concept of Structural Vectoring in mineral exploration and recommend a suitable workflow.

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Exploration Success … What’s the Drill?

Uncovering the real potential of an exploration target heavily relies on the capacity of an exploration team. The primary objective is to take a mineral target and soon transition it into an asset, which is valued by the market, or to walk away with confidence that exploration risks and uncertainties were properly dealt with. A skillful exploration team should be able to dynamically redirect exploration dollars based on real time analysis of the risks and uncertainties within a given portfolio.

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Challenges in Exploration Today: Remarks from Vektore’s 2015 PDAC discussions

Thanks to all who attended Vektore’s meeting space at the 2015 PDAC! Your presence helped make the day a success. The focus of our discussions was centered on the current challenges faced by the mineral industry, as well as possible solutions.

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