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Target definition channel sampling revealed strong gold anomalies, assaying up to 14 grams per ton.
There, he was responsible for all facets of business development including target definition, capture, gate review, proposal preparation, financial and human resources.
Vena has hired Val D'Or to begin a geophysics campaign for better target definition.
This compilation will lead to target definition, ground geophysics and eventual drilling.
Geophysics has proven to be very effective in drill target definition and this work will add significant new data in untested areas.
Upon detailed drill target definition based on the mapping, sampling, and geophysical surveying, a 7,500 meter diamond core drill program is expected to be completed to test the depth extent of the Maiwoba - Guoyuan - Mulingba Au trend.
Follow-up work in 2006 has included ground IP-Resistivity surveys, prospecting and initial target definition drilling.
This will be a very active and exciting period for Birim: trenching and drilling on Bui; intensive target definition on the newly acquired licenses on the Bibiani-Sefwi Belt; and Golden Star's increasing activity on the Dunkwa royalty concession.
iPlan RT Dose is the final component of the iPlan multi-disciplinary software platform, providing groundbreaking capabilities in target definition and stereotactic radiosurgery treatment planning.
At the scale of the gold bearing corridor defined so far, SearchGold will undertake a detailed ground follow-up of the Bakoudou Center and Bakoudou Village sectors allowing better target definition prior to executing core drilling.
2005 exploration plans for the Thelon Property include aerial geophysical surveys followed by data interpretation and target definition.
Geoinformatics geological interpretation was then used in conjunction with a mineral deposit study of 39 of the larger deposit types within the Southern Cross Greenstone Belt in Western Australia to define a framework for gold and nickel target definition.