Kavango Resources appoints top modelling firm to identify drill targets at KSZ
Mira Geoscience is an acknowledged specialist in advanced geological and geophysical 3D modelling, the company noted, including the interpretation of mineral systems and drill target identification.
Kavango said it has supplied Mira Geoscience with a comprehensive set of historical data for the northern section of the KSZ alongside its own exploration findings.
The junior miner believes KSZ might host multiple ‘Norlisk-style’ copper-nickel-PGM deposits.
Mira Geoscience will model for potential subsurface trap zones that occur in association with the conduits at depths of up to 300 metres from surface.
These trap zones represent areas of substantial metal accumulation potentially and, once identified, will be tested by electro-magnetic surveys prior to drilling.
In a statement, Michael Foster, Kavango’s chief executive, said: “Over the last six months, Kavango has compiled a great deal of historical and current information from drill-hole logs and geophysical surveys to produce a comprehensive database.
“This modelling is ‘state of the art’ exploration and we are optimistic that it will lead to a mineral discovery in the near future.”