Exploring the Wapolu detachment-related mesothermal and epithermal gold deposit

Author(s): 
S M Munroe, M Wilson
Date: 
Thursday, April 4, 2019
First presented: 
PACRIM 2019
Type: 
Presentation
Category: 
Project Evaluation

Past exploration data compilations are being completed for the Wapolu Project to advance exploration towards declaring an initial mineral resource reported according to the guidelines of the JORC Code and extending the mineralisation along strike, down dip and along arc-normal fault zones.

This presentation explains how with further detailed data compilation, re-surveying of original collar locations and replicate drilling, it may be possible to use some (or all) of the historical drilling data in the estimation of a Mineral Resource.

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Feature Author

Stuart Munroe

Stuart is a structural geologist with 25 years’ experience. In his professional career, he has consulted on a wide range of geological evaluation projects for mining and exploration companies. For the past nine years, Stuart managed exploration projects and pre-development studies with a gold focus and provided technical advice at a corporate level. In addition, Stuart has been involved in growth through acquisition, involving due diligence and identification of potential upside. As a structural geologist, he was involved in detailed studies of controls on mineralisation, resource model assessment, technical due diligence, independent expert’s reporting and strategic planning.

Principal Consultant (Project Evaluations)
GDip AppFinInv, PhD (Structural Geology), BSc (Hons) (Geology), MAusIMM
SRK Sydney
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