Corebox tools help investors better understand published drill results.
The tools are used by investors, brokers, analysts, and newletter writers. Browse the list of properties.
Interactive cross sections show the drill results from the side.
Point at an intercept to see the hole_id, the reported grade, and the length of the intercept contained within the section envelope.
The inset map (green) shows the locations of the drill holes from above. The shaded grey bar indicates the location of the current section. To view a different section, click and drag the horizontal bar, or click on the inset map.
The orientation of the sections, the envelope width and scale of the grid squares is stated in the header.
Like the 3D model, the intercepts shown in blue have been reported most recently. The previously reported intercepts are shown in orange.
Most advanced projects have a block model resource estimate compiled. This tool illustrates block model data in section.
By changing the cutoff control at the bottom of the window, investors can determine the locations of the blocks above a selected cut-off grade. Blocks remaining together (and, in the case of open pits near surface) are a promising feature. Conversely, where blocks above cut-off are separated by lower grade blocks more caution is required.
In the image on the right, you can clearly see the location of two step-out holes and their proximity to the block model envelope. This indicates that the two holes have not yet been incorporated into the resource estimate. By comparing the grade of the blocks with the grade of the new intercepts, investors can get a sense as to whether the newly reported intercepts are likely to add to resources in the next estimate. Also by changing the cutoff investors can estimate how the strip ratio is likely to change if the cutoff grade is increased.
Corebox Google Earth files show the location of each drill collar. Click on the collar icon, and up pops the results for that hole.
It's a great tool to help investors determine the drilling's proximity to local infrastructure and potential environmental concerns such as nearby lakes and rivers.
The drill results are grouped by zone. By turning on and off the checkmark adjacent to the zone, investors can see where the different drill targets are located on the property.
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You must have Google Earth installed to view the file. It's a free download for both commercial and non commercial users.