rpt on ground penetrating radar stripping & bulk

rpt on ground penetrating radar stripping & bulk
NELSON GRANITE LIMITED
2002
GROUND PENETRATING RADAR
STRIPPING AND BULK SAMPLING PROGRAM
WHITEDOG CLAIMS
Goshawk Lake Area
NTS: 52L/2NW
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Kenora Mining Division
RECEIVED
MAR O 7 2Q03
GEOSCIEMCEJ^ESSMENT'
March 5, 2003
G.R. Zebruck
Nelson Granite
52L02NW2002 2.25121
GOSHAWK LAKE
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Some of the maps presented in this document were obtained from sources on the
internet. The location map of the Whitedog Prospect was downloaded from Expedia.
The claim map was downloaded from the Claim Maps III site of the Ministry of Northern
Development and Mines. Kenora Resident Geologist staff helped with the identification
of minerals and description of the stone. Other information such as machine hours and
expenses were obtained from company internal files.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Acknowledgements....................................................................
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Introduction.............................................................................
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Location and Access..................................................................
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Topography and Vegetation.........................................................
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Geology.................................................................................
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Previous Work.........................................................................
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The 2002 Program.....................................................................
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Stripping.................................................................................
5
Ground Penetrating Radar Survey...................................................
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Presentation of Results.......................................................
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Observations...................................................................
8
Conclusions.....................................................................
9
Test Quarrying..........................................................................
9
Sawing, Polishing and Market Testing..............................................
13
Conclusions..............................................................................
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References...............................................................................
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FIGURES
Fig. l Location Map Whitedog Prospect..........................................
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Fig. 2 Claim Map.....................................................................
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Fig. 3 Location Map 2002 Work Program........................................
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Fig. 4 Ground Penetrating Radar Grid.............................................
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Fig. 5 Whitedog Prospect Test Quarry.............................................
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Fig. 6 Test Quarry Site (Photo).....................................................
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Fig. 7 Jointing (Photo)...............................................................
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APPENDICIES
Appendix A
pulseEKKO 1000 specifications.............................
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Appendix B
Radar Profiles Top Line.......................................
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Mid Line.......................................
B-6
Bottom Line...................................
B-10
Centre Line....................................
B-13
Line 10 NW....................................
B-17
Line C..........................................
B-21
LineD..........................................
B-25
Line E..........................................
B-27
LineF..........................................
B-30
Line G..........................................
B-33
LineH..........................................
B-36
Linel...........................................
B-39
LineJ...........................................
B-41
LineK..........................................
B-43
Appendix C
Summary of Expenditures.....................................
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Appendix D
Employees Names and Addresses............................
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Introduction
The Whitedog Prospect was discovered during the summer of 2000 as a direct
result of an exploration program, which concentrated on the area of the Tetu Lake
Batholith. The work was part of Nelson Granites on-going commitment to explore for
new granite deposits in Northwestern Ontario. Helicopter reconnaissance followed by
ground prospecting using aerial photography to direct exploration was used to find
prospective targets.
Three claims were staked initially and two more were added in the winter of
2001-2002.
Location and Access
The Whitedog Prospect is located in the Kenora Mining Division, Goshawk Lake
Area, Map G-2620 UTM: 370000 mE Zone 15
5559000 mN
There is good road access to the property via Highway 666 Minaki Road, and
Highway 524 to the Whitedog Indian Reserve. Both of these roads are hard surfaced.
The Sand Lake Road intersects Highway 525 approximately 4.5 kilometres north of the
Whitedog Hydro Dam on the Winnipeg River. The property is located approximately 2
kilometres east of the Hwy. 525- Sand Lake Road junction, and is on the north side of the
road.
The Sand Lake Road is a gravel logging road, which runs predominately east west
and connects Highway 525 to the English River Road
Topography and Vegetation
The topography of the area is typical Northwestern Ontario terrain with high
granite hills flanked by swamps, lakes and other drainages. The Whitedog Property is a
horseshoe shaped granite hill surrounding a spruce-sphagnum swamp 15 hectares in size.
Elevation at its highest point is about 395 metres above sea level. The unnamed lake to
the north is at 340 metres so that there is a steep elevation difference of 50 metres.
Over 50*^ of the area of the claims is granite bedrock having small patches of
shallow overburden supporting stunted j ackpine and reindeer moss scattered among large
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exposures of bare rock. The flanks of the hills are covered with typical boreal tree
species birch, poplar, pine and spruce and lesser vegetation.
Geology
The area was mapped by Breaks et al. (1975e, 1978) at a reconnaissance scale and
was included in a compilation by Thurston and Bartlett (1981). Type mapping by Breaks
indicates the area around the claims and to the west to be massive equigranular quartz
monzonite.
Two colours of stone are found on the property, medium grained pinkish red and
medium grained reddish brown. Small samples of both colours were taken, sawn and
polished in order to determine what they would look like. The pinkish red stone was not
as attractive when it was polished compared to the rough sample. The reddish brown
stone on the other hand looked very attractive with a rich colour.
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Fig. 2 Claim Map Whitedog Prospect
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Fig. 3
Location Map
2002 Work Program
K-1246480
K-1221254
LEGEND
Stripping
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GPR Grid
Test
Quarrying
Scale 1:2000
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The reddish brown stone outcropped at two locations on the property on either side of the
large swamp. The formation was very poor with many close-spaced sub-horizontal and
near vertical fractures making the deposit appear marginal at best. Other than cracks the
stone was very uniform in grain size, colour and generally free from other defects.
A sample of the material was taken to the resident geologists office of the
Ministry of Northern Development and Mines for assistance in determining mineral
composition and rock type. The composition of the rock as determined by visual
inspection was quartz lO^o, potassium feldspar 40-4507o, plagioclase feldspar lS-20% and
mafic minerals (biotite) 25-30*^0. The stone is described as a red, medium-grained,
hematitized quartz syenite with 5/^ phenocrysts of potassium feldspar.
Previous Work
A 40-foot vertical diamond drill hole was put down on the formation in October
2001. An inspection of the core confirmed that the uniform colour, grain size and
freedom from defects continued to depth. Some long sections of unbroken core provided
some hope that blocks of an economic size could be obtained from the property. No
other work has been done on the property.
The 2002 Work Program
In August of 2002 the company applied for and received permission to take a bulk
sample from the deposit. Bulk sampling or test quarrying was necessary to determine the
nature and extent of defects in the stone, to determine the waste to product ratio, to
provide material for sawing and polishing tests, and to make some tiles and monuments
for market tests. A program of stripping, ground penetrating radar surveys and test
quarrying was completed in the fall of 2002.
Stripping
Stripping was carried out between August 18th and August 3 1 st over an area of .25
hectares on mining claims K- 1 22 1 254 and K- 1 246480 using a 215 Cat. Backhoe. This
area had 2 sets of ledges striking 45 degrees facing northwest. These ledges were 32
metres apart and parallel. Most of the area had a shallow covering of overburden
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Fig. 4^
Ground Penetrating Radar Grid
Stripped Area
.25 Ha.
Line Location
Survey Direction
Limit of Stripping
#3 Post
K-1246480
UTM:
370423 mE Zone 15
5558701 mN
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averaging l metre deep except for the ledge fronts where up to 3 metres of material had
to be excavated. This location appeared to be the best place to test quarry because the
colour of the stone was good, the grain size was uniform and vertical joint spacing was
reasonably wide (2 to 7 metres). When the ledge fronts were cleaned out it was found
that there was a lot of close spaced, often discontinuous sub-horizontal jointing. This was
a limiting factor in the recovery of large sized blocks and significantly increased the
waste to product ratio.
Ground Penetrating Radar Survey
Ground penetrating radar surveys were conducted on August 20th and 26th over
the stripped area to learn more about the distribution of fractures and find if there existed
areas within the deposit that were fracture free. Two grids were marked out on the
stripped surface behind each of the ledge faces. Figure 4 shows an outline of the stripped
area and the location of the grid lines as well as the direction of the survey along the
lines.
The radar system used was a Sensors & Software pulseEKKO 1000 ground
penetrating radar system. The technical specifications of the unit are appended.
Ground penetrating radar is similar in principal to seismic reflection and sonar
techniques. The unit produces a pulse of high frequency electromagnetic energy that is
transmitted into the rock. Reflected signals are detected, amplified at the receiver and are
digitized and transferred to a field computer. Pulses are transmitted at regular distance
intervals along the survey line and the reflected signals produce a profile of the reflectors
encountered along that line.
For this survey we used a 450 MHz antennae with a separation of .25 metres
between transmitter and receiver. Step size (distance between pulses) was 5 centimetres
measured and triggered using an odometer wheel.
The time window setting determines how long (and therefore how deep) the radar
system will probe the subsurface. Velocity of the radar wave varies through different
materials. A good average for granite is . 13 metres7(ns) and this value was used for the
purposes of this survey. All survey lines except for Line I and Line J had a time window
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setting of 80 (ns) and therefore the depth probed was 5.2 metres. Lines I *fe J had a time
window setting of 50 (ns) and for these two lines the depth probed was 3.2metres.
Presentation of Results
Radar reflection sections were plotted for each of the survey lines. All profile
data were processed with similar parameters except for time window in the case of lines I
and J, and presented with a time varying gain. Distance along grid lines and depth is
presented in metres. Specific details of the data processing for each section are presented
prior to each data set. The final plotted results are appended. A small arrow with the
depth in metres from surface has been added to indicate the major joints while
discontinuous fractures are indicated by a small arrow only. It must be remembered
when viewing the data that the computer plots the surface as flat and the conductors at a
certain distance from this flat surface. In reality the surface is not flat, so joints that
appear curved may in fact be flat if the topography is adjusted to its correct elevation.
The software does provide for this correction as well as plotting the results in 3 D. We
are satisfied however to use the data as is and mark the depth to joints on the rock for the
use of the quarry crew.
Observations
The northern grid is composed of five intersecting survey lines named top line,
mid line, bottom line, centre line and line 10 NW. The profiles reveal that there are two
main sub horizontal joints In the case of the top line they are at a depth of 2.3 and 4.0
metres below surface at station 15+00. These two main joints can be found on all of the
five lines. The upper one is more erratic often stepped and discontinuous in places. The
lower joint is more open and continuous and looks to be the best bed to quarry to. There
are many secondary fractures, some open and others thin and discontinuous. Many are
stepped and therefore difficult to quarry. The profiles clearly show the multitude of
parallel sub horizontal fractures that are close spaced making the extraction of even small
sized blocks difficult. There is no doubt that the waste ratio will be very high in this
deposit. Having said this there are some areas that may yield some small blocks. They
are: top line
-from surface to l metre depth at 10+00 to 15+00 and 22+00 to 27+00
-from 3 metres to 4 metres depth at 8+00 to 23+00
mid line
-from surface to 1.5 metres at 14+00 to 21+00
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bottom line -from l to 2 metres depth at 9+00 to 13+00
-from 3 to 4 metres depth at 9+00 to 19+00
centre line -from surface to l metre depth from 0+00 to 11+00
line 10NW -from surface to l metre depth from 5+00 to 15+00
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from 2.5 to 3.5 metres depth at 0+00 to 7+00
The southern radar grid is made up of nine lines labelled C to K. There are many
fractures and joints, some open and others tight and discontinuous. There appears to be
little opportunity to quarry anything here. The only area that may give blocks is the ledge
front back 3 to 4 metres to the southeast. This can be seen on the profile of Line C from
surface down to 1,5 metres along most of its length.
Conclusions
The radar survey shows an abundance of close spaced horizontal joints making
the extraction of even small blocks a difficult prospect. The waste to product ratio is
likely to be greater than 9007o. The north grid is underlain by a major joint about 4
metres from surface that is open and can be used to quarry down to. The north grid area
has some potential for small blocks while the south grid area looks very poor.
Test Quarrying
Test quarrying took place between September 1 st and October 11th using a
production crew of four men and standard quarry equipment. The equipment included a
555 Dresser front-end bader, Tamrock 100 and Tammrock 300 hydraulic rock drills, and
a Lutz channelling torch. Explosives used include K-pipe explosives, 50 grain detonating
cord and safety fuse detonators. A variety of rock working tools were used including
wedges and shims for splitting stone.
Quarrying began along the north ledge face but there were so many fractures that
no blocks were obtained. The test quarrying encountered a set of fractures not picked up
by the radar. These were hairline fractures that were discontinuous and random in
orientation. The more open joints were often stepped or discontinuous which made
following a quarry bed extremely difficult. L-Blasting was attempted but excessive loses
in drill steel was encountered during the drilling of the horizontal holes. Drill bits and
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Fig. 5
Whitedog Prospect
Test Quarry
LEGEND
* UTM:
Scale 1:500
370400 mE Zone 15
5558771 mN
31M -*
Dimensions of excavation
2.5M
Height of ledge
Drilled and blasted face
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10
15
metres
20
25
Limit of stripping
Fig. 6
Test Quarry Site
Whitedog Property
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Fig. 7
Ledge face, sub-vertical joints
strike 45" spaced 2-5 metres
Horizontal joints are close spaced
and discontinuous
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steel jammed in the many horizontal joints. When the L-Blast was set off the rock
disintegrated into a pile of cobble.
Test quarrying was moved along the north ledge to the northwest out of the
stripped area. Here the formation looked better and during the final week 20 small blocks
were excavated. These blocks were shipped to our plant at Vermilion Bay for sawing and
polishing tests and for trans shipment to potential customers.
Sawing. Polishing and Market Testing
Two blocks were sawn, polished and made into monuments and bases at our plant
in Vermilion Bay, Ontario. The stone sawed easily with low diamond consumption but
polishing was a little more difficult. The material split and worked very well with hand
tools and was a very attractive split faced stone. When polished it was a rich red brown
colour of premium quality in the monument market. The stone was introduced at a
monument dealers- producers convention in Nashville Tennessee and was received very
well. One block was sent to a tile producer in British Columbia for production of tile
samples. These samples were received and are very attractive. There are indications
that the material can be marketed for tiles.
More sawing polishing and market testing needs to be done and will be done as
time becomes available at our plant.
Conclusions
The material is a premium quality stone but the formation is marginal. The
deposit has many close spaced horizontal fractures but otherwise is generally free from
defects. Small blocks suitable for the manufacture of monuments or tiles have been
obtained from the property. More exploration work is required to prove whether a
product can be economically produced from this formation.
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REFERENCES
Breaks, F.W., Bond, W.D., Mcwilliams, G.H, Gower, C.F., and Stone Denver
1975e: Operation Kenora-Sydney Lake, Kenora- Minaki sheet, District of Kenora:
Ontario Div. Mines, Prelim. Map. 1030 Geol. Ser.,
Scale l inch to l mile or 1:63,630. Geology 1974
Story, C.C.
1986: Building and Ornamental Stone Inventory, Kenora and Rainey River Districts;
Ontario Geological Survey, Mineral Deposit Circular 27, 168p.
APPENDIX-A pulseEKKO 1000 Specifications
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Software
pulseEKKO 1000A
Features A Benefits
The pulieEKKO 1000A addresses high resolution subsurface mapping applications. The pulseEKKO
1000A is optimized for use in urban settings and near man-made structures.
;y system operates
over a frequency range of 1 10 MHz to 1200 MHz. Applications for use include; u:
detection, non
destructive testing, forensics, archeology and road and pavement surveys.
This system offers many features and benefits including:
Features:
Benefits:
*
fully digital timing control A data
acquisition (10 ps to 32000/is)
V
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Interchangeable shielded antennas with
frequencies ranging from 110 MHz to 1200
MHz
> adaptable to many shallow mapping
applications
high quality repeatable results
V CM P acquisition with antenna separations
to 60m
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J* reduced receiver noise
> improved data quality and timing depth
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remote triggering
> permits acquisition from a variety of
control sources
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integrated software
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fast, high quality data presentation
V
data display as survey Is conducted
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instant assessment of subsurface
conditions
V seismic stable processing
V
exact definition of subtle features
> PC control
V
simple, user-frtrndly operation on any IBM
compatible PC
^ bistatic configuration
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enables CMP # imaging tomography surveys
V
ergonomic antenna carts
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spend time getting results and not fighurn;
logistics
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odometer control
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gives quick, reliable positioning and aJtows
lor user-definable station spacing
> lightweight, modular, compact design
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easy to store, ship and use in tight places
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12V battery operation
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operate anywhere without concern for
power supply
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backwards compatibility with all
pulseEKKO 1000 systems
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Acquisition Rates
The pulseEKKO 1000 can generate a scan continuously by programming the computer to sequence
through continuously increasing time steps and averaging (if needed) at each time point. The result
is a scan rate controlled by the speed of the computer.
TM
Number of traces per second that can be collected with the pulseEKKCT 1000 system, shown with
the solid line, using different computer processors (200 pts/trace) are displayed in the figure below.
Legend
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pulseEKKO 100A ft pulseEKKO 1000A
At Sensors ft wSoftware Inc. we continually strive to improve our GPR system
performance by investing in product development. Our R Si D program has
substantially enhanced the pulseEKKO 100 and pulseEKKO 1000 systems, resulting
in the designation of new systems as pulseEKKO 100A and pulseEKKO 1000A.
pulseEKKO 100A
> Enhanced digital time base
* minimum sampling interval = 10 ps
(80 times smaller)
* maximum time window = 32 ,as
{16 times larger)
> Enhanced fiber optics drive
* allows up to 80 m with standard plastic
cable
* enables cable use to 1000 m with low cost
glass cable
J^ Availability of plug compatible glass cable for unique long cable applications
pulseEKKO 1000A
^ Enhanced digital time base
minimum sampling interval — 10 ps
(10 times smaller)
maximum time window = 32 ^s
{l 60 times larger)
> Enhanced cable drives for improved timing stability
^ new receiver technology reduces receiver noise
Existing owners can upgrade their pulseEKKO 100 and pulseEKKO 1000 systems
through our upgrade program.
pulxeEKKO is a registered trademark of Sensors cfe Sofnvare Inc.
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COMPONENT GUIDE
BASE SYSTEM
The pulseEKKO 1000 system operates over a frequency range from 110 MHz to 1400
MHz. The base system is configured with a centre operating frequency of 450 MHz. In
order to operate the system, the user must have an IBM compatible PC computer operating
under MS DOS version 3.3 or higher and a 12V power source. The computer must have an
RS232 port for data transfer, a minimum of CGA graphics tor data display and a disk drive
for data storage.
The base system comes complete with the items listed below.
pulseEKKO 1000 system are then presented.
Optional items for the
pulseEKKO 1000 Control Unit: is the heart of the radar system and operates from a 12V
DC power source. It controls the digital processing and the digital time sequencing of the
transmitter and receiver units and also provides power to these units. It also manages
communications with the controlling IBM compatible PC. Front panel connections are
available for external odometer wheels, control switches such as the Auxiliary Beeper and
Remote Trigger Unit, and high speed data transfer.
pulseEKKO 1000 Transmitter Module: is a self-contained electronics unit which receives its
power from the pulseEKKO 1000 control unit. On command from the pulseEKKO 1000
control unit the transmitter generates a 20p volt pulse which drives onto an antenna. A
light on this unit indicates when data are being collected. A port is available on this unit to
initiate data collection either with a manual trigger (see Auxiliary Beeper and Remote Trigger
Unit) or from an external odometer or to enter a fid marker. An identical port is available on
the console.
pulseEKKO 1000 Receiver Module: plugs into the pulseEKKO 1000 control unit and
receives both its power and timing acquisition signals from the control unit. A light on this
unit indicates data are being collected. The receiver module digitizes the incoming radar
signals and transmits the digital data back to the control unit. A port is available to connect
an Auxiliary Beeper.
450 MHz Antennas: are shielded and come complete with a frame kit which will fix the
antenna separation at 25 cm. In addition the antennas can be mounted independently to do
CMP, transillumination and multi-fold surveys using the Bi-Static Antenna Frame Kit. The
centre frequency is nominally 450 MHz with an approximate bandwidth of 450 MHz.
Bi-Static Antenna Frame Kit: permits the pulseEKKO 1000 electronics modules to be
attached to any set of antennas so that antennas can be moved independently. When
carrying out tomography or CMP surveys, the handles attach directly to the frame kit.
Adjustable Antenna Handle: attaches to all the antenna frame kits. The antenna handle
gives a variable length handle for moving the antennas over the ground or for holding the
antennas against a wall or roof. The remote trigger and auxiliary beeper (see below) can be
fitted into the antenna handle.
30 m Transducer Cable: connects either the transmitter or receiver electronics modules to
the control unit. This multi conductor cable is lightweight and flexible.
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Control Unit to External Power Cable: is a cable with a standard pulseEKKO console
connector which plugs into the pulseEKKO 1000 control unit. The other end of the cable
has a pair of alligator clips which permits attaching the unit to a 12 volt battery or power
supply.
Control Unit to Computer RS232 Cable: has a connector which plugs into the pulseEKKO
1000 control unit at one end and a 9-pin female RS232 connector at the other end
designed to plug into a standard serial port on an IBM compatible PC.
Auxiliary Beeper and Remote Trigger Unit: plugs into the pulseEKKO 1000 console or into
the transmitter module. The beeper portion of the unit beeps when the radar system is
acquiring data. This unit is particularly useful if data acquisition in an acoustically noisy
environment is anticipated. This allows the operator to know when radar data are being
acquired and when to move the antennas. The trigger allows thft radar system to be
activated from either the antenna location or the console location. The unit can also be
connected to the receiver module for the beeper function.
Basic puJseEKKO System Software: provides a complete acquisition through to report
quality plotting capability. Hard copy data display is by black and white wiggle trace. In
addition the package facilitates data editing and annotation as well as topography
compensation, various time gain functions and simple filtering. The base software provides
the ability to export data in a variety of formats such as SEG-Y and ASCII to third party
programs such as VISTA (see below).
The base software contains:
EKKO RUN: The program which controls the pulseEKKO 1000, displays the data
with a variety of time gains and stores data on the PC disk for post acquisition
processing and plotting. Black and white wiggle trace as well as colour displays are
supported,
EKKO PLOT: A report quality data display and hard copy generation program. Data
can be plotted on any PC compatible printer with a graphics capability. Hard copy
display is in wiggle trace format.
EKKO-ED1T:
A general purpose data file editing and manipulation program.
Deleting, relabelling, and topographic compensation entry are some of the features
of this program.
EKKOJJGY: This program provides the capability of exporting pulseEKKO data to
other processing software. Output in the SEG-Y seismic standard format and in
ASCII listing are available.
System User Manual: provides complete instructions for assembly and operation of the
pulseEKKO 1000 as well as the operation of software and manipulation of data.
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OPTIONAL ITEMS
ANTENNAS
225 MHz Antennas: are shielded and come complete with a frame kit which will fix the
antenna separation at 0.5 m. The antenna separation can be adjusted by using the bi-static
frame kit (see above) so the antennas can be moved independently to do CMP and multi-,
fold data acquisition. The centre frequency is nominally 225 MHz with a bandwidth of'
about 225 MHz, These antennas connect to the pulseEKKO 1000 Transmitter and Receiver
Modules in place of the standard 450 MHz antennas supplied with the system,
900 MHz Antennas: are shielded and come complete with a frame kit which will fix the
antenna separation at 16.5 cm. The antenna separation can be adjusted by using the bi
static frame kit (see above). In addition the antennas can be moved independently to do
CMP and multi-fold data acquisition. The centre frequency is nominally 900 MHz with a
bandwidth of about 900 MHz.
POWER SUPPLY
pulseEKKO 1000 Battery Pack: is a custom packaged rechargeable lead acid gel cell unit
which attaches directly to the pulseEKKO 1000 console. The battery pack is capable of
operating the system for 4 hours. This unit is particularly convenient if operating in areas
where power is not available. In addition the integrated package makes operation simple
and error proof.
pulseEKKO 1000 110/220 A/C Power Pack:
has the same package format as the
pulseEKKO 1000 battery pack but has a cord which plugs into the standard 110 or 220
volt power mains. This power pack attaches to the pulseEKKO 1000 console and provides
operation of the whole radar system from A/C power.
Control Unit to Power Pack Cable: is a cable with pulseEKKO compatible connectors at
both ends which connects the radar control console to either the pulseEKKO 1000 12 volt
power pack or the pulseEKKO 1000 110/220 A/C Power Pack.
MISCELLANEOUS
String Odometer Kit: is a simple device which feeds out a thread and produces a trigger for
the pulseEKKO system at switch selectable intervals from 1 cm to 10 m. By fixing the
odometer chassis to the antenna unit and fastening the string to a stake or fixed point at
the end of a survey line, the string odometer enables acquisition of data at fixed spatial
intervals.
Cable Reel: is a custom assembly designed to carry two 30 m pulseEKKO 1000 transducer
cables. The reel is designed to allow the user to pull out as much cable as is needed for a
particular application and leave the remaining part of the cable on the reel and still allow
connection to the control unit.
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High Speed Acquisition Kit: is designed to allow the user to acquire data at a much higher
rate than is possible over the standard RS232 communications port on the PC. The kit
consists of an electronics module and optimized high speed software. The high speed
acquisition kit is most useful if the radar system is to be towed or carried by a vehicle to
acquire data in a "continuous" fashion.
The high speed EKKO RUN program is designed to support the high speed acquisition
option of the pulseEKKO 1000 system. This program, when combined with the high speed ,
adapter, uses a high performance IBM PC compatible with VGA graphics to provide high'
speed acquisition and display of GPR data from the pulseEKKO 1000 system.
The "Fast Port" PC printer port adapter is a small box with a pulseEKKO console compatible
connector on one end and a 25-pin connector which plugs into the standard IBM compatible
PC printer port. This unit provides a high speed data transfer from the radar control console
to the controlling computer. This port gives much higher data transfer rates and hence
higher radar tranverse speeds are possible.
EKKO SOFTWARE
EKKO-SYN: is a synthetic radar program providing the ability to simulate the response of
the ground assuming flat-lying layers. The user enters the dielectric properties and
attenuation for any number of layers in the ground and the program generates the impulse
response including all multiples. The program also enables convolution with a number of
different shaped pulses (including the pulseEKKO pulse) to create a synthetic radargram,
EKKO CMP: is a velocity analysis radar program w K ich allows the user to automatically
analyze a CMP sounding to estimate velocity. The individual traces of a CMP sounding are
stacked assuming a constant move-out velocity and the program sweeps through a suite of
move-out velocities. Optimal stacking velocity is an indication of the best RMS velocity for
a given reflector.
EKKO-RAISIG: is a radar range program which allows the user to estimate the depth of
exploration of a radar system for a given set of ground conditions and target geometries.
This package is a must for any user who wants to attempt to predict performance in
various geologic settings.
EKKO COLOR: is color plotting software which allows the user to generate a variety of
color displays of GPR data. A color palette of 256 colors selected from a range of 16
million colors can be used for presenting GPR data. In addition the output files are
compatible with Geosoft geophysical plotting software and hence are adaptable to a wide
variety of image and graphics editing.
EKKO TOOLS: is a library of programs which allows the user to edit and process data.
BasicTeatures include spatial and temporal filtering a variety of time gains, section merging,
addition and subtraction, attribute analysis and a host of other GPR specific analysis tools.
This package is invaluable to the user who plans to do extensive data manipulation and
processing.
VISTA GPR:
is a complete seismic processing package which operates on an IBM
compatible PC.
The GPR basic package provides standard filtering both spatial and
temporal as well as features such as deconvolution and a variety of gain and scaling
functions. The GPR advance module provides the capability of image processing such as
FK migration, FK filtering, and other related full section processing. The trace plot and
programmer modules are optional items which allow plotting and user programming of
functions within the VISTA GPR environment. (See VISTA GPR brochure)
1091 Brevik Place, Mississauga, Ontario, L4W 3R7 Canada
Tel: 905-624-8*09
Fax: 905-624 9}65
APPENDIX-B Radar Profiles
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APPENDIX-C Summary of Expenditures
APPENDIX - C
Statement of Expenditures
Stripping
215 Cat Backhoe + fuel and operator 119 hours @ S1507hr...... S 17,850
Maintenance H. Leutschaft 12hrs. @ S257hr............................
300
Supervision Carter Nelson 12 hrs. @ SSO/hr............................
360
Total
S 18,510
Ground Penetrating Radar
50 hours Grid Layout ft Operate [email protected] S257hr. ..................S l ,250
Radar Unit 3 days @ S2757day................................................
825
Computer 5 days @ S257day...................................................
125
Report 2 days 16 hrs @ S257hr..............................................
400
Total S 2,600
Test Quarrying
Dresser 555 Loader + fuel and operator 264.5 hrs @ S2007hr..S 52,900
Tamrock Liner 300 Drill + fuel fe oper. 311 hrs. @ S1257hr.. 38,875
Tamrock Commando 100 Drill, fuel & op. 263 hrs. @ S 90/hr.
Lutz burner, wedges +fuel fe operator 282.5 hrs. @ SSO/hr.
Maintenance-H. Leutschaft 4 days @ 12hrs x S257hr.
Supervision -Carter Nelson 6 days x 12 hrs x SSO/hr.............
Consumables: Drill Steel 392 ft @ SlO/ft.............................
DrillBits [email protected]
K-pipe explosives 8 cases @ S3257case..........
Ttunkline Detonating Cord 8 cases @ S3 75 ea.
Safety fuse detonators 100 @ S2.50 each
Report: G. Zebruck 8 days @ S2007day..................................
Vehicle Mileage: All vehicles. 8960 kms. @ S .35...................
Total
Total 2000 Work Program
S 174,306
APPENDIX-D Employee Names A Addresses
APPENDIX D-1
Employee Names and Addresses
Ray Hertz
Hwy. 17 West
Vermilion Bay, Ontario
POV 2VO
John Elders
RR#1 Essex Road
Kenora, Ontario
P9N 3W7
Collin Wrighton
446 3rd. St. South
Kenora, Ontario
P9N Ul
Allen Anderson
General Delivery
Grassy Narrows I.R.
Grassy Narrows, Ontario
Kurtis Krolyk
P.O. Box l
Kenora, Ontario
P9N 3X1
Harold Leutschaft
RR#1
Vermilion Bay, Ontario
POV 2VO
Carter Nelson
P.O. Box 178
Vermilion Bay, Ontario
POV 2VO
George Zebruck
RR#1 Airport Rd.
Kenora, Ontario
P9N 3W7
ONTARIO
MINISTRY OF NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT AND MINES
Work Report Summary
Transaction No:
W0310.00360
Recording Date:
2003-MAR-07
Work Done from: 2002-AUG-18
Approval Date:
2003-MAY-27
to: 2003-MAR-04
Status:
APPROVED
Client(s):
304244
NELSON GRANITE LIMITED
Survey Type(s):
INDUS
Work Report Details:
Claim*
Perform
Perform
Approve
Applied
Applied
Approve
Assign
Assign
Approve
Reserve
Reserve
Approve
Due Date
K
1220638
SO
SO
31,893
S1.893
SO
0
SO
SO 2009-AUG-21
K
1220639
so
SO
S2.000
52,000
SO
0
SO
SO 2009-AUG-21
K
1220640
SO
SO
S4.000
54,000
SO
0
SO
SO 2009-AUG-21
K
1221254
5174,306
S174 ,306
S2.000
52,000
S10.293
10,293
5162,013
5162,013 2009-FEB-14
K
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SO
SO
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52,400
SO
0
SO
50 2009-DEC-03
S1 74,306
S174 ,306
512,293
S12.293
510,293
510,293
5162,013
External Credits:
5162,013
SO
Reserve:
5162,013
Reserve of Work Report*: W031 0.00360
5162,013
Total Remaining
Status of claim is based on information currently on record.
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Ministry of
Northern Development
and Mines
Ontario
Ministere du
Developpement du Nord
et des Mines
GEOSCIENCE ASSESSMENT OFFICE
933 RAMSEY LAKE ROAD, 6th FLOOR
SUDBURY, ONTARIO
P3E 6B5
Date: 2003-MAY-28
Tel: (888) 415-9845
Fax:(877)670-1555
NELSON GRANITE LIMITED
P.O. BOX 178
HWY17WEST
VERMILION BAY, ONTARIO
POV 2VO
CANADA
Submission Number: 2.25121
Transaction Number(s): W0310.00360
Dear Sir or Madam
Subject: Approval of Assessment Work
We have approved your Assessment Work Submission with the above noted Transaction Number(s). The attached
Work Report Summary indicates the results of the approval.
At the discretion of the Ministry, the assessment work performed on the mining lands noted in this work
report may be subject to inspection and/or investigation at any time.
If you have any question regarding this correspondence, please contact
[email protected] or by phone at (705) 670-5856.
BRUCE GATES by email at
Yours Sincerely,
Sheila Lessard
Acting Senior Manager, Mining Lands Section
Cc: Resident Geologist
George Richard Zebruck
(Agent)
Assessment File Library
Nelson Granite Limited
(Claim Holder)
Nelson Granite Limited
(Assessment Office)
Visit our website at http://www.gov.on.ca/MNDM/LANDS/mlsmnpge.htm
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General Information and Limitation*
Contact Information:
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WMetOrewi MWer Centre 933 Ramaey Lato Roed
Ton Free
Map Datum: NAD 63
Tel: 1 (888)415-1)849 ext SlIHbjtKtion: UTM (8degree)
Fox: 1 (877) 670-1444
Topographic Data Source: Land Information Ontario
Sudbury ON P3E 885
Home Page: www.mndm.gov.on,oiAtNDMAtlNESd-ANDS/mltmnpge.htm
Mining Land Tenure Soured: Provincial Mining Recorder!' Office
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