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

Can mining make the world a greener place? December 3-4, 2020 – Download the press release

Click here to download the press release (Pdf format) announcing the online event co-organised by INFACT, PACIFIC and the NHM on December 3-4, 2020! Can mining make the world a...

PACIFIC at the SIT4ME workshop on 10-11 November 2020

Nick Arndt (Sisprobe) successfully delivered a talk on "Passive Seismic Methods for Mineral Exploration and Tailings Dam Monitoring" at the SIT4ME workshop on 10-11 November...

Could noise from drilling be used as a seismic noise source?

Two PACIFIC project partners, Sisprobe and Université Grenoble Alpes, in collaboration with the team of Richard Gloaguen of the INFACT project, started an experiment to test...

Behavioural science meets mineral exploration!

The key goal of the PACIFIC project is to develop mineral exploration methodologies that are kinder to our planet. However, the success of exploration today depends not only on...
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