Silver Range Resources
An iron formation-hosted gold prospect located 440 km northeast of Yellowknife, NWT.
Aurora Geosciences has been involved in performing ground geophysical surveys with Sabina Gold since the early days of initial discovery, and continues to be involved today.
Baffinland has used Aurora Geosciences exploration support services, as well as geophysics on thier Mary River Project on central Baffin Island.
Advanced stage gold-bearing sheeted quartz veins target.
From staking the first claims of what was to later become the Diavik Diamond Mine to performing some of the first geophysical surveys over targets that help spark the development a world class mine Aurora Geosciences has been involved with the Diavik Diamond Mine, Rio Tinto, and Dominion Diamonds in many forms and fashions over the years. We have operated till sampling programs, managed and performed geophysical surveys, provided technical staff for logging core, and exploration drill programs at Diavik, and continue to do so.
Silver Range Resources
The Itchen Property hosts extensive iron formation with numerous gold showings.
Courageous Lake Project
Silver Range Resources/Rover Metals Corp.
This project is an Archean lode gold prospect adjacent to the Giant Mine in Yellowknife, NWT.
Aurora Geosciences has been involved in the Hope Bay Mine Project since the early days of discovery by BHP (1988-1999), with Miramar (1999-2007), and now TMAC Resources.
In the summer of 2015 Aurora Geosciences embarked on a KIM till sampling and geophysical anomaly ground checking program.
Kendrick Bay, Prince of Wales Island, Ucore Rare Metals
Aurora has been involved in the exploration of the Bokan Mountain rare earth project since 2008. The property covers 38.12 square km (14.72 square miles) and hosts potentially economic deposits of rare earth elements.
Silver Range Resources
The Hard Cash Property is a gold project located in the Ennadai Greenstone Belt in SW Nunavut.
Coeur Alaska Kensington Mine, Berners Bay, Alaska
Aurora has been assisting Coeur Alaska with their surface exploration programs at the Kensington mine since 2012.
Kennady North Project
The Kennady North Project is located 280 kilometers east-northeast of Yellowknife, NT in the District of Mackenzie. The Kennady North project consists of 16 mineral leases and 58 mineral claims totaling 61,000 hectares.
Kennady North covers a portion of the southeastern Slave Geological Province, an Archean terrain ranging in age from 4.03 Ga to 2.55. The area consists of granodiorite intrusions, high grade gneisses and migmatites, with volcanic and sedimentary supracrustal rocks typical of many greenstones belts in the Slave Province.
The Kennady North Project has been the focus of numerous exploration programs since 1992, culminating with the discovery of the Kelvin and Faraday kimberlites. Exploration activity was suspended in 2003 and resumed in 2011. Exploration work has been performed by a number of operators. Initial exploration was conducted under the direction of Mountain Province Diamonds as the 100 percent owner. Subsequent to the formation of a joint venture with De Beers in 1997, De Beers Canada conducted exploration activity. In 2005, Mountain Province resumed 100 percent control over the Kennady North Project and supervised exploration through to May 2012, when Kennady Diamonds Inc. was established.
Gahcho Kue is Canada’s newest diamond mine, located at Kennady Lake.
An all-weather road through the Slave Geological Province (SGP) to tidewater in Nunavut has been intermittently considered by Government of the Northwest Territories (and/or Federal Government agencies) since the 1950s and by the private sector since at least the 1970s (Arthur Andersen LLP et al., 1999). The recently developed GNWT Mineral Development Strategy (GNWT, 2013) restated this commitment to invest in infrastructure to improve access to mineral potential. This study follows the 2014 GNWT Mineral Development Strategy Implementation Plan (GNWT, 2014) directive to undertake a resource access corridor study to help planning and prioritization of infrastructure to support resource development.
The Carmacks oxide Cu-Au-Ag deposit is a road-accessible project that is being developed as an agitated tank SX-EW cathode copper producer. Following SX-EW treatment, Au+Ag will be recovered using a standard cyanide and merill-crowe recovery circuit. Mineral resources have been significantly expanded (see news release 25th January 2016) and there is a high potential to discover additional mineralization on the property.
- from Copper North's website: 2017-02-08 http://www.coppernorthmining.com/s/Carmacks.asp?ReportID=489080&_Type=Carmacks
Aurora Geosciences performed many of the Magnetic, Gravity, and EM geophysical surveys in the Snap Lake Region that helped lead to the discovery of the Snap Lake Mine.
Aurora has provided geological and exploration support to the surface and underground exploration departments at the Greens Creek mine since 2008.
Committee Bay Project
Ekati Diamond Mine - Dominion Diamonds
Aurora Geosciences provided geological and logistical support for multi-year reverse circulation (RC) and diamond drilling on the Jay, Sable, Fox and Misery Kimberlite deposits between 2013 and 2016.