Compilation

Compilation

Orix will compile geological, geochemical, geophysical, topographical,  and drilling data into robust 2D compilations.   The data will be consolidated, standardized and adhere to industry best practices. 

The compilation process involves:

  1. Collecting all historical data;
  2. Downloading publically available data;
  3. Creating a Standardized Legend for lithology, alteration, and mineralization;
  4. Formatting and preparing data;
  5. Generate a complete Folio Set that includes topographical, geological, geochemical, geophysical, and drilling information.

Legends

Legends will be generated for lithology, alteration, mineralization, structures and assays and will contain standardized colours and codes, short and long form names, historical codes, RGB values for colours, and be provided in an excel format.  All other software programs can be created from the main project legend.

Geology

Geological maps will be generated by first compiling the outcrops and incorporating the drillhole geology, structures identified through topography and geophysics, and domains interpreted from geophysical surveys.  A variety of geological maps can be generated including outcrop, interpretative, and structural.

Geochemistry

Geochemical maps can be created using a variety of data including rock and soil samples. Contours maps can be either computer generated or hand interpreted to incorporate the structural and geophysical information.

Geophysics

Geophysical maps will be incorporated as raster images to the compilation which typically includes magnetic, electromagnetic, gravity, and induced polarization surveys. Both ground and airborne surveys can be used simultaneously and layered in the folio set based on date and quality of data.

Base Maps and Drilling

Base maps showing topography, property boundaries, claims, and infrastructure can be generated using both historical and publically available information.  Other types of data can include Landsat imagery and aerial photography.

Drillhole collar locations and directly can be compiled and added to the compilation after the database has been standardized and reviewed.

Orix will compile geological, geochemical, geophysical, topographical,  and drilling data into robust 2D compilations.   The data will be consolidated, standardized and adhere to industry best practices.

The compilation process involves:

  1. Collecting all historical data;
  2. Downloading publically available data;
  3. Creating a Standardized Legend for lithology, alteration, and mineralization;
  4. Formatting and preparing data;
  5. Generate a complete Folio Set that includes topographical, geological, geochemical, geophysical, and drilling information.