stereoscopic

Integrated photogeological and 3D modelling study successfully completed

The study successfully delineated the aerial extent and relative thickness of a sequence of sub-horizontally layered sediments and volcaniclastics targeted by an international mining company for its mineral endowment, across a substantial area using remotely sensed imagery. As the features were captured in 3D while being view stereoscopically using a digital photogrammetric workstation, 3D geological models were constructed from which approximate unit and overburden thickness metrics were able to be estimated. The study also provided a series of maps showing relative prospectivity and numerous targets were highlighted for follow up investigation.