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PACIFIC - passive seismic techniques for environmentally friendly and cost efficient mineral exploration

Passive seismic imaging for mineral exploration: the Marathon PGE-Cu deposit, Ontario

In the PACIFIC project, Sisprobe did a passive seismic survey of the Marathon PGE-Cu deposit, Ontario, Canada. Seismic velocity models help to define the geometry of the gabbroic...

Can mining make the world a greener place?

This is the question asked by the Horizon 2020 research projects PACIFIC and INFACT which co-organise an event hosted by the Natural History Museum of London on 3 and 4 December....

PACIFIC at Mineral Exploration Symposium

The Mineral Exploration Symposium took place on the 17th of September 2020. This virtual event, organized by The European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE), and...

Sisprobe and Université Grenoble Alpes mentioned in a BBC World Business Report Podcast!

Check out the World Business Report podcast entitled "Turkey announces record gas find" to hear what Prof. Nick Arndt has to say about metal miles and the importance of...
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