Structural Geology

Structural geology is an important component in regional-, district- and orebody-scale exploration and development of rock-hosted Au deposits.
Identification of timing of important structural events in an ore district allows analysis and classification of fluid conduits and construction of genetic models for ore formation. The most practical uses of structural geology deal with measurement and definition of various elements that comprise ore bodies, which can then be directly applied to ore-reserve estimation, ground control, grade control, safety issues, and mine planning.
District- and regional-scale structural studies are directly applicable to long-term strategic planning, economic analysis, and land ownership.
APEX’s experts will be extract the structural land information and correlate them with other evidence to track the minerals.

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