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GOLD: Cartier chooses OreVision IP to map potential deposit

QUEBEC – Cartier Resources of Val d'Or, QC, says an innovative geophysical survey successfully mapped the Pusticamica deposit on the Benoist gold-copper property, between the Bachelor and Langlois mines. According to Cartier, the method,...



QUEBEC – Cartier Resources of Val d’Or, QC, says an innovative geophysical survey successfully mapped the Pusticamica deposit on the Benoist gold-copper property, between the Bachelor and Langlois mines. According to Cartier, the method, OreVision IP from Abitibi Geophysics, captures and processes four times more data while maintaining optimal resolution up to depths several times greater than conventional induced polarization.

The company tested the method on section 250W where previous geophysics failed to detect mineralization because it was located between 140 and 450 metres below surface. Previous methods were ineffective below depths of 90 metres. Cartier plans to use the method along a favourable corridor 500 metres wide by 6.3 km long on its property.

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