A series of tests using deep-penetration technology in Western Australia could prove to be a game changer for the minerals exploration sector.
Gap Geophysics commissioned the trials, which involved the use of a helicopter-borne detection system (bird) and a ground-based two-tonne high-powered geophysical transmitter.
The trial survey took place at the geophysics test range in Forrestania, around 80k from Wave Rock in WA’s Wheatbelt region.
The technique, called Low Frequency HeliSAM, is the latest advancement in Gap's innovative Sub-Audio Magnetics (SAM) series of technologies, which includes SAM and SAMSON. Read full article.
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