Canadian Mining Geophysics Ltd is pleased to offer a selection of geophysical technologies to best suit your exploration needs.
Tri-Axial Magnetics with VLF-EM
The CMG airborne magnetic gradiometer and VLF-EM system is based on GEM Potassium sensors to provide the highest sensitivity available in the industry. CMG uses the larger volume (75 mm) sensors that are specifically designed for low-gradient applications such as exploration for gold, silver, platinum & palladium and mapping geologic structures that are weakly magnetic and may have concentrated precious metals.
Radiometrics (Gamma Ray Spectrometry)
CMG utilizes a state of the art gamma ray spectrometry technology optimized for high sample, full spectrum data collection. The revolutionary RSX-5 digital airborne gamma-ray spectrometer (Figure 6) is designed for the detection and measurement of low-level radiation from both naturally occurring and man-made sources. Historically, gamma ray spectrometry has been widely used for uranium exploration as a direct measurement technique. However, the use of gamma ray spectrometry to determine concentrations of the three primary radioactive elements in nature (Potassium, Uranium, and Thorium) enables alteration mapping in a wide range of geological settings. Common settings where radiometric techniques have been successful include uranium deposits, porphyry copper deposits, gold exploration, radioactive halos over hydrocarbon deposits as well as in diamond exploration.