Stochastic inversion of geophysical and petrophysical data to develop an integrated 5-8 Block Model

This project aims at exploiting existing geophysical and petrophysical data to develop an integrated geological model of the 5-8 block of the Raglan mine in Northern Quebec. In contrast to previously conducted analysis of individual datasets, a weighted stochastic inversion of combined datasets will be conducted. Determining the synergies between the diverse rock parameters will lead to improved knowledge about the geometry and material properties of the 5-8 block. Ultimately, this will result in enhanced metal recovery and economic benefits to the Raglan mine and the greater community.

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Robin Maedel
Faculty Supervisor: 
Alexander Braun
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Ontario
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