Bryah Resources Limited (ASX: BYH) has contracted UTS Geophysics Pty Ltd (Geotech) to complete a helicopter-borne geophysical survey across a large portion of its Bryah Basin Project in central Western Australia.
The survey is being undertaken to identify conductors which potentially could be Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide (VMS) Cu/Au deposits similar to the nearby Horseshoe Lights Cu/Au mine.
Bryah MD Neil Marston said Geotech’s Versatile Time-Domain Electromagnetic (VTEM Max) geophysical system is excellent for locating discrete conductive anomalies.
He said the VTEM Max system had the industry’s highest signal/noise ratio and spatial resolution of conductors; offers unparalleled depth of penetration with the highest resolution and is a proven exploration tool in discovering large scale base metal deposits.
The survey involves 1,740 line-kms flown over five areas totalling approximately 300km2 of the Bryah Basin Project.
The survey will be flown on 200 metre line intervals at an EM sensor altitude of 35 metres. The survey is scheduled to commence in late November/December 2017.