Geostatistics for Mineral Resource Estimation
Geostatistics is the most efficient and powerful framework to characterise, estimate and manage your mineral resource.
Geologists or mining engineers can apply geostatistics at all stages of the mine life cycle: from exploration to development, production and even for site remediation. Geostatistics offers a wide range of methodologies adapted to all commodities and styles of deposits.
Geovariances’ scientific rigour, continuous innovation and geostatistical expertise guarantee the quality of your evaluations at different stages of the development of your projects (feasibility studies, bankable studies, desktop reviews, etc.).
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Geovariances is pleased to bring you a conversation with Daniel Guibal and Michael Cunningham, both long-time users of Isatis, now happy users of Isatis.neo. They recently used the software to provide a new JORC resource estimate of the Ausgold Katanning Gold Project.
"O curso Prática em Geoestatística com uso do software Isatis.neo, promovido pela Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul em parceia com a Geovariances, foi muito intenso e produtivo. Agradeço toda a equipe pelo suporte e pela qualidade do conteúdo."
"Great piece of software helping the Resource Geologist to investigate its dataset to take the best decision while estimating."
"I have had a chance to test some parts of Isatis.neo and am amazed at how the menus and many functionalities are nicely streamlined. Everything seems to be carefully and logically arranged, especially for new users. For the old Isatis users, I think it is just a matter of..."
"We've got excellent results with the clustering tool available in Isatis.neo. The domains created with Isatis.neo have been validated with the reconciliation of mined areas and the results of the technological studies."
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Co-kriging of log ratios: a worked alternative method | Clint Ward, Cliffs, Ute Mueller ECU
Local Uncertainty Benchmarking – A coal case study | Written by C. Mawdesley, D. Barry, O. Bertoli and R. Saha
Sensitivity study of the estimation variance approximation of a quotient | Comparison with Conditional Simulations in the Mn Deposit of Bangombé (Gabon)
Data classification using geostatistical hierarchical clustering for robust and dynamic domaining
Implication of geological domains data for modeling and estimating resources from NKout iron deposit (South-Cameroun) | Implication of geological domains data for modeling and estimating resources from NKout iron deposit (South-Cameroun)
Poster: On measuring the spatial sampling density of a deposit for mineral resource classification | On measuring the spatial sampling density of a deposit for mineral resource classification by Marie-Cécile Febvey, Benjamin Martin and Jacques Rivoirard
Application of Pluri-Gaussian simulations and conditional simulation for geological modelling and estimation of a nickel deposit in New Caledonia | Febvey, M C, Desassis, N, Le Guen, M and Isatelle, F, 2019 - Proceedings Mining Geology 2019, pp 135–149 (The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy: Melbourne)
How the use of stratigraphic coordinates improves grade estimation | Rubio, Ricardo Hundelshaussen, Koppe, Vanessa Cerqueira, Costa, João Felipe Coimbra Leite, & Cherchenevski, Pablo Koury. (2015) - Rem: Revista Escola de Minas, 68(4), 471-477. https://doi.org/10.1590/0370-44672015680057
Development of a Methodology combining Clustering and Conditional Simulation for the Definition of Underwater Sampling Models | Bandopadhyay, Sukumar, and Victor Tenorio. Proceedings of the 37th International Symposium on the Application of Computers and Operations Research in the Mineral Industry - APCOM 2015 (2015): n. pag. Print.