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A look back at our PDAC 2016 Short Course – Structural Vectoring in mineral exploration: What it is and how, when and why we should use it.

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by Rogerio Monteiro PDAC 2016 Short Course Organizer: Rogerio Noal Monteiro, Ph.D. (Vektore Exploration Consulting Corporation) – with the special participation of Mr. Ben Polzer, M.Sc. from Nova Mining Exploration Solutions. Vektore would like to take this opportunity to thank all attendants of our workshop on Structural Vectoring. It was a pleasure to meet such a multifaceted group of individuals. This multidisciplinary exchange made the course more engaging, and we must say that we also learned also a lot from you. We had a blast...

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Breakthrough Innovation Session on Vektore’s and Objectivity’s Day at the PDAC 2016

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by Rogerio Monteiro Vektore would like to invite you to our joint Breakthrough Innovation Session, which we will be co-hosting with Objectivity (objectivity.ca) on Monday, March 7th, during the PDAC 2016 at room 202-D, Level 200, ground floor, from 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM. The synergies between Vektore’s and Objectivity’s new developments provide a means to better ranking, budgeting and designing step-out and delineation borehole geometries of mineral exploration projects. Vektore will take this opportunity to share with you our most recently...

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Structural Vectoring in mineral exploration: what it is and how, when and why we should use it.

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Link to: PDAC 2016 Short Course webpage   Friday, March 4                                9:00 am – 5:00 pm Organizer: Rogerio Noal Monteiro, Ph.D. (Vektore Exploration Consulting Corporation) – this course will have the special participation of Mr. Ben Polzer, M.Sc. from Nova Mining Exploration Solutions. The goal of Structural Vectoring is to define the linkage between structural features and mineralization processes and use it to predict location, shape, orientation and continuity of mineral bodies. This linkage is particularly useful...

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