Parmelia Resources Ltd has engaged Gap Geophysics to conduct a high-power, deep-penetrating moving-loop electromagnetics ('MLEM') survey over the Southern and Northern nickel-sulphide exploration targets at the Dunnsville Nickel Prospect located within its Jaurdi Hills Project north-west of Coolgardie, Western Australia. The program is expected to commence in 3 to 4 weeks time and take 2 to 3 weeks to complete.
The survey will be carried out using a high-power Gap GeoPak MLTX-200 transmitter generating a current of approximately 140 Amps through a 200m by 200m transmitter loop, a SMARTem24 receiver and an EMIT three-component fluxgate receiver sensor. Gap's 'deep-looking' high-sensitivity SAMSON receiver may also be used for a portion of the survey if warranted.
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