Modern seismic offers a cost-effective method for improving the accuracy of drill holes targeting structural or lithological anomalies.
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A natural gamma detector designed to operate within the active drill head allows an operator to ‘see’ the drilled environment in real time.
An update on MRIWA project M10433 – Distal Footprints in the Southwest Yilgarn.
Innovative technology developed at Curtin University is supporting a new style of exploration drilling for the minerals industry
A positive news article appeared in the media about MRIWA backed project M0514.
Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) uses fibre-optic cable to detect sound waves, dramatically lowering the cost of seismic surveying.