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Eskay Mining Discovers Two New Large VMS Systems at its consolidated Eskay Project. The exploration has discovered two new potentially large volcanogenic massive sulphide (“VMS”) systems on its Consolidated Eskay precious metal project in the Golden Triangle, British Columbia, Canada.
Drilling over the next few weeks will target SkyTEM anomalies suspected to be new occurences and extensions of sulphide mineralization promixal to these targets.
Orion Minerals Limited is pleased to announce that the Okiep District SkyTEM helicopter borne geophysical survey has commenced. Importantly, the SkyTEM survey includes the Okiep Copper Project area, located 570km north of Cape Town in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa, which is currently under option to Orion.
Okiep Copper Project
The combined Council for Geosciences (CGS) and Orion field teams have confirmed that the recently announced SkyTEM survey has commenced. The regional survey will cover an area of approximately 1,827 km2, with approximately 1,073 line kms flown at 1km line spacing. Orion’s focussed exploration area of approximately 857km2 will have 6,157 line kms flown at 150m line spacing.
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In order to have an accurate geological model of the Plaine des Fougères for the design studies of the MEREN project, BRGM, the French geological survey, is going to probe the subsurface of the North-East Reunion Island with helicopter-borne instruments.
The California Department of Water Resources has selected a team of consultants led by Ramboll to conduct airborne electromagnetic surveys in California’s high- and medium-priority groundwater basins. The surveys will provide a standardized statewide dataset which will improve understanding of large-scale aquifer structures and support implementation of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act.
Groundwater is a critical source of water for both California farms and communities. The State of California enacted the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act which requires local agencies in high- and medium-priority groundwater basins to develop and implement groundwater sustainability plans.
To assist local agencies as they develop these plans, the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) will conduct airborne electromagnetic (AEM) surveys in California’s high- and medium-priority groundwater basins. The project will generate coarse-grid subsurface maps that provide framework information about large-scale aquifer structure. The AEM data supports the development or refinement of hydrogeologic conceptual models as well as helps to identify possible areas for recharging groundwater.
“Statewide AEM surveys will further DWR’s technical assistance services supporting local communities as they work to manage their groundwater supply to ensure its reliability,” said Steven Springhorn, acting DWR deputy director of statewide groundwater management.
“AEM data will give locals a better understanding of their groundwater basins and will provide a dataset that supports the overall implementation of SGMA and groundwater sustainability agencies’ development of groundwater sustainability plans.”
Taking an MRI of the ground’s subsurface During an AEM survey, a helicopter tows electronic equipment that transmits radio waves to the ground and measures the response that returns. The process has been compared to taking an MRI of the ground’s subsurface, and the data collected is used to create continuous images that are interpreted for underground geology to a depth of about 1,000 feet.
The surveys are funded by voter-approved Proposition 68, Senate Bill 5, and the General Fund. The AEM project is expected to start this summer and DWR will hold a public webinar in advance to launch the project.
Local team with global knowledge
DWR has selected Ramboll, a consulting engineering group, to lead the team conducting the surveys and interpretating the data. Along with Ramboll, the team consists of GEI, a consulting engineering and environmental firm with five locations in California, and SkyTEM which will provide the AEM field survey.
“We are proud to support the implementation of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act by providing high-quality data. With proven technology and solid experience from similar projects, we look forward to the exciting collaboration with DWR, the groundwater sustainability agencies as well as the people in California,” says Jeff Rogers, Director, Ramboll Water in the US.
The helicopter services needed for the AEM Survey are provided by Sinton Helicopters, located in in Paso Robles, California, and Aarhus University from Denmark will provide specialized academic expertise.
Ramboll and SkyTEM have previously conducted similar surveys in California as well as in other countries including Denmark, where the technology has been used to create detailed mapping of the country’s groundwater resources.
Denmark and California are sharing knowledge through the Danish Water Technology Alliance (WTA) where Ramboll and SkyTEM are participating. The 9th of March, Denmark and California took the next joint step on the way toward a more resilient, sustainable, and efficient water sector by signing a new Memorandum of Understanding.
“It is a great pleasure to hear that Danish expertise and technology will be a part of the Californian efforts related to sustainable groundwater management. In times of transition, international partnerships and knowledge sharing are essential. Therefore, we are very excited to be strengthening our collaboration with California and taking a joint step towards a climate-friendly water sector through the MoU we recently signed,” says Lone Dencker Wisborg, Ambassador of Denmark to the US.
For more information, visit DWR’s statewide AEM surveys project webpage.
For further information please contact:
Mandy Long, General Manager, SkyTEM North America, tel. +1 647 625 1311, email , or
Flemming Effersø, CEO SkyTEM Group, tel. +45 2510 8261, email
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30% of drinking water (fresh non-salty water) remains under the ground, while 68% is in a frozen state and only 2% is available as surface water. As our available fresh water becomes increasingly scarce and valuable, many are calling groundwater the new oil. Helicopters can help to find it.
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SkyTEM is seeking an eager-to-travel field worker to operate equipment conducting geophysical surveys of the subsurface from a helicopter platform. The projects are mainly taking place in the Americas, but also possibly worldwide. Work is typically in-field, project based for a number of weeks at a time, with time in the workshop or on leave when not engaged in the field. SkyTEM has worked on all seven continents, so the work conditions in the field vary.
There is no specific educational background requirement, but the candidate must have excellent technical knowledge. Preference to people with electronics, geophysics, or geoscience field background. The employee will undergo internal training to acquire the specific technical skills to do the job, which include being able to:
Undertake logistical reconnaissance and selection of landing locations in the field
Communicating instructions to the helicopter pilot regarding survey parameters
Assembling the SkyTEM system and operating the instruments correctly as per training and standard operating procedures
Undertake testing and accurately recording results prior to data collection
Master the operation of the SkyTEM system and troubleshoot faults according to instruction manuals or in direct contact with a remote technician
Undertake field quality control of collected data in proprietary software
Understand, adhere to and implement SkyTEM’s HSE system
Have strong IT competencies at a level above an ordinary PC user.
As a minimum the employee must master English in writing and speaking at an average level – other languages such as French, Spanish or Portuguese will be an advantage
Be well-organised and service-oriented
Have interpersonal skills and a constructive and proactive approach to troubleshooting
Be able to work under relatively harsh conditions and in isolated areas
Be physically fit and be able to pass a pre-employment medical
Have a valid driver’s license
Have a valid passport and be willing to travel
Have first aid / CPR course and no criminal record
Dual Canadian / USA citizenship is an advantage
Conduct yourself in a manner which enhances the reputation of SkyTEM and yourself
Conduct and manage surveys in the field according to procedures and schedule
Update job specific HSE plans, risk assessments and other security-related procedures
Daily reporting to Project and Field Manager regarding progress and data quality
Coordinate and cooperate with external partners, including helicopter pilot, local authorities, landowners and client representatives
Participate in debriefing, safety and other meetings at the headquarters
Key Performance Indicators
Operate with no incidents
Operate with no LTIs
Identification and elimination of hazards in the workplace
Actively work to improve safety performance.
Obey all lawful instructions
Productive interaction, contributions and co-operation as a member of specific project teams and geophysics teams.
Please send your resume to . We thank all applicants for their interest however only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
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“The Department for Energy and Mining (DEM) [of South Australia] is proud to publish a geological map in an Aboriginal language for the first time.
The recently released palaeovalley map of the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands, South Australia, has been translated into Pitjantjatjara by the Iwiri Aboriginal Corporation. This broadscale map serves as a guide for more detailed future hydrogeological investigation to unlock additional groundwater resources.”
“The translated map aligns with DEM’s commitment to ensure Aboriginal people can participate fully in the energy and mining sectors, and to support their communities’ aspirations for a positive future.”
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District Metals Corp has reported additional results from the final airborne electromagnetic and magnetic data that covers the entire 5,133 hectare Tomtebo Proporty located in the Bergslagen Mining Districs in south-central Sweden. A detailed heliborne SkyTEM survey comprising approximately 600 line-km was flows in July 2020.
Garrett Ainsworth, CEO of District, commented: ” We are very pleased with the SkyTEM results, and the application of this modern exploration method has undoubtably proven to be very successful. The recently flown survey has identified numerous conductive and magnetic high anomalies that showcases the exceptional potential to make polymetallic discoveries across the Tomtebo Property”
Read the entire press release on District’s website here.
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