Geochemical sampling is a primary tool to establish the character of the mineralised system and the tenor of mineralisation. When used in conjunction with geological mapping, geochemical sampling can also define the extent and depth of mineralisation. This in turn can help identify the resource potential of the system.
We have the technical strength within our globally experienced team to design and implement geochemical surveys in a manner tailored to your budget and project. Together with our strategic partners in Australia, we have the capacity to utilise modern and accurate analytical instruments, such as ICPMS, Fire Assay, AAS and XRF for multi-element analysis. We also ensure strict compliance with best practice QAQC protocols.
Based on the requirements of your exploration project, we will design, implement and analyse the results of the appropriate geochemical sampling programmes, such as:
- Drainage geochemistry
- Soil geochemistry
- Rock chip and channel geochemistry
All geochemical programmes are designed, implemented and reported according to the guidelines of JORC and NI 43-101.