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EMpulse Geophysics Ltd.

Platinum Group

Our first "marine" transient AMT (TAMT) survey was conducted in 2005 in north-western Ontario on a small lake known as Samuels Lake.

Diamond drilling successfully intersected sulphides but later bore-hole time-domain-electromagnetic work indicated that a larger and deeper conductive source may be present. The goal of the TAMT survey was to detect and outline any conductive structure at depth.

Two-dimensional (2D) inversion produced somewhat uncertain results as the geology was highly three-dimensional (3D).  3D inversion of this data-set in 2009 improved on the 2D inversions and outlined a conductive body with depth extent beyond 300 m on L9W, please click here to download the report (2.4 MBytes).