Drill Hole Spacing Analysis in Coal| Training course
Learn how a drill hole spacing can be defined from your data using your quality and classification standards to quantitatively defend your classification decisions
This 1-day course offers a complementary understanding of the use of geostatistics in coal mining to the course Geostatistics Fundamentals for Coal Resource Estimation.
This course is a great introduction to discover how you can gain confidence in your JORC declaration. Learn how a drill hole spacing can be defined from you data using your quality and classification standards to quantitatively defend your classification decisions.
Drill Hole Spacing Analysis concepts and applications
Who should attend
This course is aimed at resource geologists and project managers wanting to gain confidence in their drilling plan, using their data to define a spacing meeting their quality and classification expectations.
- A refresher to coal mining geostatistics: spatial analysis, variography, domaining and kriging
- Drill Hole Spacing Analysis
Some geostatistical background, such as the one given through the course Geostatistics Fundamentals for Coal Resource Estimation, is mandatory to fully benefit from this course.