Lalor Deposit - UTEM5 Test - Flin Flon Greenstone Belt, Snow Lake, Manitoba
UTEM5 results (April 2014) over the Lalor deposit...
... following up the 2011 UTEM3 survey @ Lalor (pre-infrastructure)...
UTEM5 survey results (April 2014) over the Lalor Deposit of HudBay Minerals Inc. presented @ the BCGS 2014 Fall Symposium: October 16/17, 2014 Exploration for Deep VMS Ore Bodies: The Hudbay Lalor Case Study
The deposit is clearly detectable with UTEM5.
The Hudbay Lalor deposit is located in the Chisel Basin portion of the Flin Flon Greenstone Belt and is believed to be the largest VMS deposit found in this region to date. The discovery of Lalor by the HudBay team won the 2008 Bill Dennis Award for a Canadian discovery by the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC).
Sulphide mineralization occurs in six separate stacked lenses (#10,11,20,30,31,40) of zinc-rich polymetallic near-solid to solid sulphide mineralization 570-1,170m below surface. Footwall gold mineralization is typical of any VMS footwall feeder zone and six lens groups of gold mineralization (#21,24,25,26,27,28) have been interpreted within the deposit between 750m to 1,480m below surface... development and exploration continue.
UTEM5 Survey Results - Lalor Mine [PDF]
Then and now: UTEM3 and UTEM5 comparison over the Hudbay Lalor deposit presented at BCGS 2014 Fall Symposium: Exploration for Deep VMS Ore Bodies: The Hudbay Lalor Case Study
View the original UTEM3 documentation: UTEM3 Survey Results - Lalor Deposit
Also see below for the full presentation of Then and Now: UTEM3 and UTEM5 comparison over the Hudbay Lalor Deposit recorded at the KEGS Lalor Symposium in Toronto December 9th 2014.
Review of UTEM Measurements: VMS Discoveries/Test Surveys with Implications for Future Exploration
as presented @ KEGS + NEOMMS