Webinar Comparing Analytical Data

The Importance of Geochemical Resolution for Exploration – An Ionic Leach Approach

by Russell Birrell


Following on from the previous Ionic Leach webinar, this webinar compares some analytical methods, including Ionic Leach, to assess the geochemical resolution they deliver. Geologists have a range of analytical methods, capable of delivering data for numerous and varying tasks. For explorationists, geochemical resolution or contrast is governed by signal to noise or anomaly to background ratio values. The higher the resolution, the more valuable the technique’s data for identifying potential deposits / drill targets within mineral systems.

Approximate duration: 40 min

Registration Link: Webinar Registration – Zoom

Presenter: Russell Birrel

Russel Birrel is a geologist / geochemist with 40 years of global multi-commodity mineral exploration and research and development experience. He has worked with numerous Australian and international mining houses and government and privately funded research bodies exploring across 38 countries. He has a successful record of participating in, and leading multi-commodity discovery teams within a number of mineralization settings and terrains including gold, copper-lead-zinc, tin, tantalum, lithium and manganese.

He is an independent consultant and Associate Principal Geochemist with SRK Exploration, while continuing his longstanding R&D collaboration with ALS Geochemistry.

He has authored / co-authored numerous company reports, R&D reports, and published scientific papers as well as presenting to senior management, company boards / shareholders, and international scientific conferences and industry conventions. He is designated “qualified person” defined by the National Instrument 43-101 (Canada) for preparation of TSX announcements, JORC compliant and a member of the AIG and AAG.

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