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Abstract

A Transient Electro-Magnetic (TEM) case study<br>over the Ongeama massive sulphide occurrence<br>on the Matchless Amphibolite Belt in Namibia is<br>presented. Two sets of TEM equipment were<br>used to collect data over the occurrence, the<br>Newmont Emp and a Geonics/Zonge hybrid.<br>Both systems yield data of equivalent quality and<br>utility. The Ongeama massive sulphide is unique<br>in comparison to other occurrences on the<br>Matchless Amphibolite Belt as It is highly<br>conductive as evidenced by time constants<br>between 10 and 25 success. TEM surveys at<br>Ongeama contributed significantly to the success<br>of the exploration drilling program.

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1993-04-14
2020-04-10
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