Southern Geoscience Consultants (SGC) is a group of highly experienced geophysicists based in Perth, Western Australia, who provide independent, specialised consulting services to the mineral and petroleum exploration industries globally.
Working with all types of geoscientific data, our services include the planning, management, quality control, processing, imaging and interpretation of geophysical surveys, management of exploration programs, targeting and design of drill holes, GIS and data compilations, project evaluations, sales of multi-client data and value-added products, instrument rentals, rock property measurements and software development.
Since its inception in 1985, the group has consulted to over a thousand organisations worldwide and has been associated with several major discoveries, including the DeGrussa VMS deposit, Maggie Hays, Emily Ann and Cosmos nickel deposits, the Chatterbox gold deposit, and the Kintyre uranium deposit.
The release of the Pilbara gravity survey data completes a new generation of regional gravity coverage in Western Australia, with a resolution 16 times greater than the first generation coverage (acquired in 1975 by BMR). Sander Geophysics Limited (SGL) has acquired airborne gravity data with 2.5 km line spacing over a 170,000 km2 area, using their AIRGrav system.
Southern Geoscience Consultants (SGC) has produced a suite of enhanced images of these airborne gravity data, which may be subset to any area of interest.
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Southern Geoscience Consultants are excited to be assisting Azure Minerals Limited (ASX:AZS) with upcoming drilling/geophysical efforts at their Andover Nickel-Copper Project. The Andover Nickel-Copper Project hosts NiCuS mineralisation discovered by Creasy Group in 2018.
A VTEM survey flown in 2008 identified 14 high priority exploration targets considered likely to represent bedrock-hosted conductors. Follow-up ground EM surveys in 2012 on some of these targets provided further definition. Geological mapping of the EM conductor locations in the period 2013-2016 identified outcropping gossans and surface sampling returned anomalous values of Ni, Cu and Co. Creasy Group drilled seven RC holes in 2018 to test four targets characterised by coincident VTEM and ground EM anomalies plus surface gossans containing anomalous Ni and Cu. Six holes intersected sulphide mineralisation in mafic and ultramafic rocks and three holes (ADRC001, 002 & 006) intersected disseminated and semi-massive NiCuS with potentially economic grades/widths in two separate zones. Mineralisation remains open in all directions.
The successful intersections of NiCuS mineralisation coincident with the airborne, surface and downhole EM anomalies indicates that the method is a very effective targeting tool within the Andover Complex.
SGC looks forward to the forthcoming drill testing and ongoing systematic exploration efforts highly prospective and underexplored project area.
SGC will be conducting a two-day Aeromagnetic Interpretation short course on the following dates 2nd – 3rd December 2020 in Perth, Western Australia. This practical hands-on course will be presented by Dave Isles, Anne Tomlinson, Sharon Lowe and Heather Ballantyne.
Numbers are limited for this workshop and further dates to be considered, for further information please visit our website to register your interest.
Southern Geoscience Consultants wish Auroch Minerals (ASX: AOU) every success with their upcoming drill testing of the newly defined, strong DHTEM conductor at T2, which is scheduled to commence next week.
A DHTEM survey of drill-hole SNRC007, drilled further to the south in the T2 channel, successfully defined this additional strong conductor located deeper within the T2 channel. The strength of the conductor was again very high at ~15000–30000S+, which is considered a typical signature of well-developed sulphides. The conductor is also very discrete, which means it is less likely to be related to conductive stratigraphic units.
A second EM conductor was identified within the T1 Target area. Whilst not as strong as the T2 conductor, this fixed loop EM (FLTEM) conductor at T1 is coincident with the modelled basal channel position, and hence will also be drill tested in the upcoming drill programme.
SGC looks forward to the forthcoming drill programme and will continue assisting with ongoing systematic EM survey efforts.
SGC would like to congratulate Centaurus Metals LImited (ASX:CTM) on release of their Maiden JORC Mineral Resource for their Jaguar Project in the Carajas Mineral Province, Brazil, stating an impressive MRE of 48.0mt @ 1.08% Ni. SGC are looking forward to further success at Jaguar as we work closely with CTM on electromagnetic surveys for deposit extension and exploration of regional prospects.
Southern Geoscience Consultants would like to congratulate Western Areas Ltd (ASX: WSD) on their exciting new exploration results at the Sahara Prospect, West Gawler SA with the first diamond drill hole intersecting a very broad zone of nickel and copper bearing sulphides. 20WGDD005 has intersected nickel-copper sulphides over an interval of >200m (down-hole length) hosted by a thick pyroxenite intrusive body.
20WGDD005 was designed to test a moderate strength ~800-1100S MLTEM conductor and coincident magnetic high. DHTEM contractors have been mobilised to site, with a survey planned for this drill hole towards the end of this week. Results/vectors from the DHTEM survey will assist in optimising further hole locations to test for extensions of mineralisation along strike to the north and south.
SGC Consultant Geophysicist Russell Mortimer is managing the ongoing DHTEM efforts and West Gawler regional geophysical programme.
Cullen Resources Ltd’s (ASX: CUL) Wongan Hills Project is located just north of Perth, the project area is interpreted to be prospective for VMS mineralisation similar to nearby Golden Grove.
A team from SGC recently planned and acquired ground fixed loop TEM surveys at the Rupert Prospect to delineate and model strong EM anomalies over what CUL believe to be prospective VMS stratigraphy that is coincident with significant base and precious metal anomalies from historic geochemical sampling.
SGC would like to take this opportunity to wish Chris Ringrose and the team at Cullen all the best in their ongoing exploration efforts at Wongan Hills and for their other W.A. projects.
Southern Geoscience Consultants are excited to be assisting Legend Mining Ltd (ASX: LEG) with their recent detailed gravity surveying completed at the Mawson Prospect, Rockford Project. An upcoming reverse circulation (RC) drilling programme will be commencing soon to test both the primary gravity targets and new geochemistry targets.
Recent and historic aircore drilling at Mawson has defined two coherent Ni-Cu anomalies which straddle the gravity highs, with the western anomaly relating directly to the NiCu sulphide mineralisation identified in diamond drilling, while the larger ~1100x200m eastern anomaly lies on the eastern and south-eastern margin of the main strongest gravity trend/axis (~4mgal local amplitude). It is possible that this main gravity high may represent the primary source of mineralisation identified in the Mawson diamond drilling to date.
SGC Consultant Geophysicist Russell Mortimer is managing the ongoing geophysical exploration efforts and R&D components.
Southern Geoscience Consultants wish Rox Resources Limited (ASX:RXL) every success with their upcoming RC drill testing of identified EM conductors at their Mt Eureka nickel project following a recent VTEM survey.
SGC continue to work closely with Rox Resources as they explore these greenfields targets.
Sub Audio Magnetics (SAM) is a patented technique that allows for the simultaneous high definition mapping of the magnetic and electrical properties in the ground – without sacrificing either quality or efficiency. Standard surveys can require grounded electrodes, levelled sensors and stationary measurements – limiting the terrain that can be covered in a day.
Spatial resolution is therefore often sacrificed for survey area coverage rates. The SAM technique bypasses such issues – providing particularly good value for money survey.
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Southern Geoscience Consultants are excited to be assisting Auroch Minerals Limited (ASX:AOU) with geophysical programs at their Saints Project. A recent Down-Hole Electromagnetic (DHEM) survey program managed by SGC, including field operations by SGC Niche Acquisition Team, has successfully identified a very strong conductor (15000-30000S+) – consistent with the presence of a well-developed sulphide source within the fertile basal channel at the T2 Target area.
SGC looks forward to the forthcoming drill testing at this promising nickel sulphide target area.
Southern Geoscience Consultants would like to congratulate Legend Mining Ltd (ASX: LEG) on their continued success at the Mawson with the discovery of additional massive nickel-copper sulphides in step out drilling. RKDD013 has intersected nickel-copper sulphide mineralisation over an interval of 13.5m, including 12m of massive sulphide from 239.2m DH and a further 1.5m from 257.5m DH.
RKDD013 was designed to test a strong 50,000-60,000S DHTEM conductor identified in RKDD010 and also test for extensions to the sulphide mineralisation intersected in drillhole RKDD008. Accurate DHTEM vectoring was made possible by utilising optimised/separated Figure 8 pattern loops to suppress both conductive cover and stratigraphic conductor interference.
SGC Consultant Geophysicist Russell Mortimer is managing the ongoing DHTEM efforts, regional MLTEM programme efforts and R&D components.
Excellent drilling results continue for Centaurus Metals (ASX: CTM) at their Jaguar Project in Brazil ahead of their maiden JORC Resource, as Southern Geoscience Consultants continue to work closely with CTM, managing ongoing DHEM surveys and providing EM conductor plates extending the strike extent of the Jaguar South Deposit.
Did you know that SGC operates small, mobile and independent field crews that can carry out small scale, or technically and logistically complex programs of surface and down-hole TEM surveys, ground magnetics, and passive seismic. Our crews are currently working in different regions within Western Australia so let us know if you have any acquisition needs contact us email@example.com
Southern Geoscience Consultants is pleased to be working with Torian Resources to increase the geological understanding at their Credo and Zuleika Projects in WA’s Eastern Goldfields.
The completed litho-structural interpretations were integrated with existing geological and geochemical datasets to identify priority gold targets which will be the focus of follow-up exploration programs.
Southern Geoscience Consultants are excited to be assisting Dreadnought Resources Ltd (ASX:DRE) with geophysical programs at their Illaara Project. A recent Fixed-Loop Electromagnetic (FLEM) program managed by SGC, including field operations by SGC Niche Acquisition Team, have successfully identified several strong EM conductors coincident with mineralised gossans.
SGC wish Dreadnought every success in forthcoming drill testing at these promising VMS targets.
Did you know that Southern Geoscience Consultants has expanded its capability in Passive Seismic? SGC has developed a processing and visualisation tool designed to efficiently handle passive seismic data from all common instruments, including the MoHo Tromino and SARA GeoBox.
Software supplied by instrument manufacturers include the necessary tools for processing individual station traces, but are less effective at processing large datasets. The software and procedures designed by SGC improve all steps of a project stream, from editing and processing to visualisation and interpretation.
SGC’s software allows for the effective editing and processing of large datasets by handling multiple stations simultaneously. Our software allows for the rapid creation of grid and stacked plot sections to aid identification and tracking of resonant frequency features on plots of the Horizontal to Vertical Spectral Ratio (HVSR).
We have extensive experience working with HVSR data from various geological settings. For example, we have used it for mapping paleo channels in Australia, estimating depth to bedrock and other stratigraphic boundaries, and assessing the thickness of glacial till in Canada.
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Are you in need of instrumentation for earthquake monitoring, exploration, soil investigations, and risk assessment? Southern Geoscience Consultants is the representative in Australia and Canada of SARA Instruments, which manufactures high-quality and cost-effective equipment for passive and active seismological, geophysical, engineering, and vibration studies.
SARA’s product range consists of a wide range of high-quality seismological equipment, including the cost-effective three-component GeoBox seismometer for passive seismic surveys, broadband sensors, borehole and post-hole sensors, a fully modular seismograph for passive and active surveys (e.g., MASW, Refraction, ReMi, and ESAC/SPAC), and a modular real-time network system, the Digital Array.
Additionally, SARA offers a range of software products for data recording and processing, as well as turnkey solutions for monitoring the structural health of critical infrastructure (e.g., dams, high-rise buildings)
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Southern Geoscience Consultants have been managing Helix Resources Limited (ASX : HLX) recent geophysical programme efforts for their Collerina Project, central NSW. Modelling of recent DHTEM data acquired in recent extensional exploration drill holes has identified strong offhole targets in key geological positions, both up-plunge and down-plunge of two known copper sulphide ore zones.
The SGC team, led by Consultant Geophysicist Russell Mortimer will assist with continued DHTEM survey support when further exploration drilling resumes on site. SGC would like to congratulate Helix and their associated technical team on these significant extensional results.
SGC are specialists in geophysical exploration for many commodities and mineralisation styles with a key focus on gold discovery. Potential field methods (magnetics and gravity) are used to map magnetic minerals and density variation to produce litho-structural geological maps, 3D models and to identify targets.
Electromagnetic methods can identify, map and model conductive gold-related massive sulphides including those related to BIF deposits and shear zone controlled conductive sediments. Sub-audio magnetics simultaneously maps magnetic and electrical characteristics of rocks including mineralisation and/ or related geological features such as shear zones, disseminated and massive sulfides. Induced polarisation can directly detect disseminated and massive sulfides, and map lithology and alteration.
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SGC can assist you with continuing value-add to projects using existing data. We can carry out thorough searches to determine any and all historical available data and use our cutting edge software, processing and interpretation techniques to pull out all relevant information.
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Work continues as usual at SGC utilising our existing flexible working arrangements and technologies to manage our business through the Covid-19 crisis. We are able to facilitate web-based meetings from the office and home, as well as small-group face to face meetings.
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Our dedicated team of Geophysicists don’t mind camping out when in the field with nights like this. SGC’s Niche Acquisition are assisting Dreadnought Resources Ltd with FLEM survey at their Illaara Project 160km northwest of Kalgoorlie in the Yilgarn Craton.
All set up and ready for a busy PDAC2020 Come visit us at booth 7518N in the North Hall.
It’s a full house at our Geological Interpretation of Aeromagnetic Data short course to kick off this year’s Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) conference
Southern Geoscience Consultants are excited to be attending Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) kicking off with our SOLD OUT one-day short course on the Geological Interpretation of Aeromagnetic Data today.
The SGC team will be at booth 7518N, North Exhibit Hall. If you would like to find how the SARA GeoBox makes the difference for Passive Seismic (HVSR) data acquisition and processing, come see us for an with our equipment and software demonstration
SGC would like to congratulate Black Cat Syndicate (ASX: BC8) for their busy start to 2020 at the Bulong Gold Project, including a 30% increase to the Myhree Resource. Exploration drilling at several sub-audio magnetics (SAM) targets to the east of the Myhree/Boundary Corridor has confirmed mineralisation at a number of early stage targets.
Further drilling is planned at Virgin Dam and Greater Woodline to test prospective stratigraphy around high priority SAM anomalies.
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Day 2 is underway and we’ve got the colour pens out… SGC would like to thank Teck Resources Limited for hosting us.
Do you want to know more about making Passive Seismic (HVSR) processing more effective? SGC has developed a processing and visualisation tool designed to efficiently handle large passive seismic datasets collected using all common instruments.
Visit us at Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) booth 7518N, North Exhibit Hall for a demonstration.
Southern Geoscience Consultants congratulate Centaurus Metals Limited (ASX:CTM) on intersecting a thick zone of high-grade semi-massive to massive nickel sulphides at the Onça Rosa Prospect, which forms part of its Jaguar Nickel Sulphide Project in the Carajás mineral province in northern Brazil.
SGC are working closely with Centaurus, with SGC Geophysicist, Mike Adamson, on site to commence DHEM and surface EM survey work and to train Centaurus Operators to use SGC’s EM systems.
Southern Geoscience Consultants are excited to be working with Constellation Resources Ltd (ASX: CR1) on the detailed high-resolution airborne magnetic survey and semi-regional gravity survey datasets within tenement E28/2403 (70% Constellation, 30% Enterprise Metals Limited (ASX: ENT) which is located between the recent Mawson NiCuS discovery – Legend Mining Limited (ASX:LEG) and the Lantern Prospect – Galileo Mining Limited (ASX:GAL) with the Fraser Range. The processing and interpretation of the resultant data has led to the delineation of ten high priority targets across this tenement, and the Company intends to commence an air-core drilling program in the next quarter.
SGC Consultant Geophysicist Russell Mortimer is managing the geophysical efforts which will now involve inversion modelling of the magnetic/gravity data to both assist prioritisation of the targets identified and aid positioning of the air-core drilling. The key aim of the drilling program is to confirm the presence of mafic intrusions with favourable litho-geochemical characteristics.
Southern Geoscience Consultants would like to congratulate Mincor Resources NL (ASX: MCR) on their ongoing diamond drilling at the Cassini nickel sulphide deposit at Widgiemooltha has returned another exceptional high-grade nickel intercept which yielded 17.6m at 5.0% Ni (including 13.0m @ 6.1% Ni – MDD339), interpreted to be within the CS4 channel. The first hole of the program, MDD338 was designed to test the CS4 channel up-dip in a shallower position to allow for any potential changes to the basalt model and provide a DHTEM platform, which has ultimately provided the vector/target for MDD339. SGC Consultant Geophysicist Russell Mortimeris managing the ongoing geophysical efforts at Cassini which involves the use of high powered, very low frequency DHTEM surveying logging utilising multiple transmitter loops to both define complex conductor geometries and strengthen/constrain the overall interpretation.
Southern Geoscience Consultants are working closely with Centaurus Metals (ASX: CTM) on their Jaguar Nickel Sulphide Project in Brazil. SGC EM equipment capable of Down-hole (DHEM) and Fixed-Loop (FLEM) Electromagnetics has landed in Brazil, with an SGC geophysicist expected on site later in the month to train a dedicated Centaurus EM survey team.
REGISTER TODAY!!! Registrations close on Friday for Southern Geoscience Consultants two-day Aeromagnetic Interpretation short course in Vancouver February 24th-25th and Toronto March 9th – 10th. This practical, hands-on course will be presented by Dave Isles and Anne Tomlinson and will illustrate the methodology behind the compilation of detailed solid geology interpretations and the definition of prospect-scale exploration targets using aeromagnetic data.
Learn how to integrate aeromagnetic data with your geological information and maximise exploration value. Dave Isles and Anne Tomlinson will be presenting a two-day, hands on short course on the Integration of Aeromagnetics and Geology in Vancouver February 24th-25th, 2020.
Southern Geoscience Consultants would like to congratulate Legend Mining Limited (ASX: LEG) on the discovery of massive nickel-copper sulphides at Mawson (formerly Area D) in the Fraser Range. The original Area D prospect was identified at a regional scale as a discrete 1.5km x 1km gravity high (4mGal) with an associated magnetic signature suggestive of a structural fold closure or intrusive feature. A significant nickel-copper-cobalt intersection of 14.9m @ 1.07% Ni, 0.75% Cu, 0.06% Co from 114m, including 2.1m @ 2.03% Ni, 1.34% Cu, 0.11% Co from 115.5m was returned in RKDD007 associated with mafic/ultramafic intrusives. DHTEM surveying has been completed for RKDD007 utilising a comprehensive set of loops/associated coupling scenarios, further modelling/assessment is in progress.
SGC Consultant Geophysicist Russell Mortimer is managing the ongoing DHTEM and regional MLTEM programme efforts. Extensive new exploration efforts are expected for the 2020 programme.
Southern Geoscience Consultants are excited to be working with Black Cat Syndicate (ASX:BC8) on the SAM survey extensions at the Bulong Gold Project in Western Australia.
Southern Geoscience Consultants have supervised/assisted a recent detailed helicopter-borne magnetic and radiometric geophysical survey for Carawine Resources Limited (ASX: CWX) for their Jamieson Project in northwest Victoria. The survey was an outstanding success supporting the potential for porphyry targets beneath Hill 800 and Rhyolite Creek, confirming existing targets and providing a number of exciting new anomalies.
SGC Consultant Geophysicist Russell Mortimer is managing the post processing/data enhancement and 2D/3D modelling of specific areas/targets of interest.
Come along to the final Australasian Land & Groundwater Association (ALGA) Western Australia event for 2019, tomorrow 3/12 at 8:00am, to hear from SGC Senior Geophysicist Remke van Dam on how a range of proven and emerging geophysical technologies can complement traditional contaminated site intrusive methods and optimise project outcomes.
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Southern Geoscience Consultants are excited to be working on the recently acquired aeromagnetic survey flown by IronRidge Resources at their Zaranou Project in Cote D’Ivoire.
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SGC Chairman, Bill Peters will be in London this week attending the HiTech AlkCarb Horizon 2020 Project Geomodel Launch. He is an invited Expert Councillor for this EU funded research project and provides advice on airborne geophysical surveys over alkaline complexes and carbonatites around the world.
More information is at: http://ow.ly/QTcs50xjmTq
Southern Geoscience Consultants Senior Geophysicist Remke van Dam and Principal Geophysicist Karen Gilgallon will be attending the Australasian Groundwater Conference from the 25 – 27 November and they look forward to meeting with current, past, and future clients.
Karen will be presenting a series of case studies on the use of Geophysics for Hydrogeological Applications on Tuesday 26th in the Boulevard Breakout Room 3 from 10.30am.
Southern Geoscience Consultants congratulate Centaurus Metals (ASX Code: CTM) on intersecting broad zones of semi-massive to massive nickel sulphides in their first three drill-holes completed as a part of its maiden drilling campaign at the Jaguar Nickel Sulphide Project in north-eastern Brazil.
Centaurus report sulphide zones encountered correlate extremely well with historical high-grade intersections, and with the Down-hole Electromagnetic (DHEM) and Fixed-loop Electromagnetic (FLEM) conductor plates, which were recently modelled by SGC Principal Geophysicist Grant Couston as part of re-processing work on historic data.
Centaurus agree that the electromagnetic technique is the appropriate geophysical methodology for delineating targets in all future in-fill and extensional drilling of the high-grade nickel sulphide targets at Jaguar.
Southern Geoscience Consultants are the sales agents for J.A. Hallberg Mapping. Jack Hallberg has 50 years experience in geological field mapping. Jack has mapped over 300 standard 1:25,000 sheets within the gold- and nickel-rich greenstone belts of the Yilgarn Craton.
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Southern Geoscience Consultants Chief Geophysicist – SGC Americas – Robert Hearst looks forward to meeting with current, past, and future clients at the 12th Fennoscandian Exploration and Mining (FEM) on 29 – 31 October. http://ow.ly/NIdE50wTwZP
Dreadnought Resources (DRE) have completed their second drillhole, CHDD002, into the second FLEM target at their Chianti VMS prospect at the Tarraji-Yampi project in W.A.’s far north. The hole intersected two zones of stringer and semi-massive to massive sulfide mineralisation in what is interpreted to be an overturned and folded VMS system.
The results of the drilling have confirmed the geophysical models produced by SGC Principal Geophysicist Grant Couston, from FLEM data acquired by SGC’s own acquisition crew during a helicopter supported field campaign earlier this year. A DHEM crew is now being mobilised to follow-up on these exciting results. SGC would like to congratulate the DRE exploration team and Managing Director Dean Tuck on the systematic and integrated approach to targeting which has led to their success at Chianti.
Golden State Mining (ASX:GSM) are pleased to announce the completion of MLTEM surveys at the Yule North Project. SGC Principal Geophysicist Anne Tomlinson is working with Golden State to plan a follow-up fixed loop EM survey to further define the BYC1 conductor that has been delineated.
Southern Geoscience Consultants have been providing geophysical support to Dreadnought Resources (DRE) at the Chianti VMS Prospect at their Tarraji-Yampi Project in WA’s Kimberley region.
SGC’s niche acquisition crew performed helicopter-supported TEM data acquisition over the project in May 2019, along with EM modelling by Principal Geophysicist Grant Couston, to provide drill targeting for DRE’s first drillhole, CHDD001, which intersected a 12.7m zone of stringer and semi-massive to massive sulfides indicative of an overturned VMS (Cu-Zn) system.
SGC would like to congratulate DRE on the exciting results from their maiden drillhole at the Chianti VMS Prospect.
A recently-completed geophysics review for Red 5 Limited (ASX: RED) by Southern Geoscience Consultants, including lithostructural interpretation and other integrated datasets has identified multiple new high-priority targets along the Ursus and Tarmoola Fault Zones’ structural corridors.
Southern Geoscience Consultants Robert Hearst, Chief Geophysicist – AMERICAS will be presenting on ‘Integrated imaging of mineral deposits combining geophysical and geological data sets’ at the Imdex Limited and CSA Global Xploration Technology Symposium in Vancouver on Friday, 25 January 2019.
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Southern Geoscience Consultants (SGC) is one of the largest geophysical consultancies in the world, providing leading edge geophysical and geoscience solutions to clients across the mineral and petroleum industries. We work with all types of airborne, surface and downhole geophysical/geoscientific data.
Our large and varied client base provides our staff with the opportunity to work with a diverse array of geophysical methods, data types and geological problems, providing an environment in which to expand their skills supported by a team of highly experienced Principal and Senior Consulting Geophysicists. The position is based in Belmont (Perth), Western Australia.
We are looking for an experienced Principal Geophysicist to support our business growth. To apply you will need to demonstrate that you meet the following requirements and have experience with:
- The design and supervision of geophysical surveys
- QC of geophysical survey data
- Geophysical data processing and imaging
- Geophysical data modelling and interpretation for a range of geophysical techniques
- Good knowledge of, and experience in, diverse mineralisation styles and commodities
- Client liaison
- Report writing
- Field acquisition or exploration company experience would be an advantage
Depending on the skills and experience of the applicant, they may be requested to perform specific tasks in some of the following areas;
- Design and management of exploration programs
- Software development, testing and evaluation (both commercial and in-house packages)
- Development of, and participation in, company management systems such as marketing and product services
- Generation of case studies and technical presentations for conferences and marketing purposes
- On-site supervision and/or training of field survey crews
- Repairs, testing and management of the SGC geophysical equipment rental pool
The applicant will be expected to;
- Provide technical guidance and support to SGC and client teams where possible
- Build technical knowledge and keep up to date with new techniques/methods and share knowledge with other Geophysicists
- Represent SGC at industry meetings, conferences and events and actively network with industry personnel and promote SGC services and products
- Build and maintain good working relationships with others
We offer an attractive package and an enjoyable and family friendly work environment.
Interested applicants should forward their resume including details of professional references together with a covering letter that addresses the requirements stated above to firstname.lastname@example.org. All applications will be acknowledged and treated as strictly confidential.
SGC in the news! A great article in the Mining Journal on Echo Resources’ Yandal-focussed exploration strategy. SGC geophysicists have been working with Echo to collate all available geophysical data and produce geophysics-based interpretations of the geology and regolith profile of the Yandal Belt.
Read the full article here: http://bit.ly/2vNfBLy