EA5029 - Integrated Spatial Analysis and Remote Sensing of Mineral Exploration Targets
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||College of Science, Technology & Engineering
This subject introduces various modern GIS-aided and/or GIS-based techniques for mapping
of geochemical anomalies and prospective areas in the target generation phase of mineral
exploration. It consists of three parts, all centred on the theme mineral exploration:
(I) mapping geochemical anomalies, (II) spectral remote sensing for mineral exploration
and (III) mapping of mineral prospectivity.
- analysis and mapping of geochemical anomalies for mineral exploration using spatial
- recognising indications of mineralisation from remotely-sensed data;
- analysis and integration of geoscience spatial information (e.g., geochemical anomalies)
to map mineral prospectivity using GIS.
||Minerals Geoscience Masters students only
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