The remote stage of research allows to unambiguously determine the presence or absence of the desired mineral.

  1. Obtaining and studying samples of oil, gas or ores; recording their information and energy spectra (atomic spectra of metals and non-metals in a wide spectral range) or atomic spectra of referenced metals included into the targeted substance (rock).
  2. Carrying out space reconnaissance above the surveyed area and obtaining analogue space images.
  3. Processing space images by applying special layers of gel solutions and luminophores, subjecting them to radiation exposure in order to visualize the areas with anomalies of specific hydrocarbons or ore anomalies of various metals.
  4. Transferring information and energy spectra of searched elements onto special “test” and “working” matrixes which will be used during the on-site survey
  5. Verifying and calibrating equipment of the stationary Earth sensing complex and portable geophysical resonance testing equipment (NMR equipment) by remote identification of samples in laboratory conditions.
  6. Determining approximate depths of oil and gas reservoirs occurrences, mineralization of various metals or various waters in one or two selected points.
  7. Transferring visualized anomalies onto gridded satellite images and then to a surveyed area map.
  8. Completion period of the first stage is 2-3 months.
  9. The accuracy of detecting and delineating the anomalies based on the results of the first stage is 60-70%.

Source Mineral – Spectrum