Mineral Exploration Geophysics


Applications

Geophysical and remote sensing technologies have become essential to the discovery and assessment of gold and silver, base metal, coal and uranium, and strategic mineral deposits. Airborne geophysical methods are employed to map large areas and increase the efficiency and success of the exploration program. Ground and borehole geophysical methods are deployed to map the subsurface geology and structure in much more detail with respect to the size of the prospect and commodity type. The Collier Geophysics team collectively bring multiple decades of experience in the acquisition and interpretation of data with the following geophysical methods for resource exploration.      

Contour Map of Total Magnetic Intensity (TMI) Superimposed on Digital Elevation Model Acquired with the Drone Enabled MagArrowTM (Left), Mineral Exploration Survey in Southern Colorado (Right).
Contour Map of Total Magnetic Intensity (TMI) Superimposed on Digital Elevation Model Acquired with the Drone Enabled MagArrowTM (Left), Mineral Exploration Survey in Southern Colorado (Right).

Geophysical Methods

Our sector leaders, Jim Pfeiffer and Phil Sirles have extensive experience in mineral exploration geophysics throughout the US and around the world. Collier is leading the way in the application of drone enabled geophysics.

Mineral Exploration Geophysics Contacts

For more information on mineral exploration geophysics services or to inquire about working with us, please contact one of our representatives.

Jim Pfeiffer

Sr. Geophysicist

(720) 487-9200

Phil Sirles

Sr. Geophysicist / Operations Manager

(720) 934-2901