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Jim_Alaska
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Re: Barrier wall interpretation at 7200 htz.

Bill,

could your mystery circles indicate geochemical test points?



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kringle_mining
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Re: Barrier wall interpretation at 7200 htz.

Jim I just used the gray circles to Identify the very concentric conductivity areas. There are a couple of possibilities.

1. An electrolite conducter such as brackish water.
2. An electrolite conducter such as clay?
But with clay you make porcelein insulators correct?
Or what else ? Do not clay zones determine a good ground?
3. Maybe multilayers of clay beneath the watertable
with the saline waters immediately above the clay are contributing to the conducting
4. Jim when I say saline waters I am talking about that northpole water remember? Thats why our bleach blonds females up here soon become red heads because the iron in the water reacts with their perms.
And then they get attitude shortly thereafter remember?
5. Ferrus crete conglomerate of a paystreak.
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kringle_mining
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Re: Barrier wall Interpretation at 900 htz

Here is the 900htz. resistivity map. Notice the resistivity of the blue has consumed the green
The barriers in the upper portion of the creek appear to have been masked by 900 htz. penetration and or echoing off the drainage slopes.

The reef in the lower right hand corner has become more predominent. And another predominent barrier has been detected at the mouth of the Creek.

  
kringle_mining
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Magnetic Map Below . Do not get confused

Now cometh the Magnetic interpretation which
the units are in Nano Teslas.




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kringle_mining
02:59:15 Mon
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kringle_mining
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Re: Magnetic Map Below . Upper Tenderfoot Creek

Again the last two pictures were magnetism.
You are kinda juggling the rainbows here between ohm and Tesla so try and keep conductiveity vs. resistivity clear in your mind. Also keep magnetic highs vs. mag lows clear .

Now what is needed to determine target locations would be to overlay the magnrtic map Interpretation over the 7200 htz resistivity Interpretation.
We need to find a magnetic high behind a resistive barrier.

Also even though the magnetic highs appear to cover a large surface area they are actually flux lines emanating from a smaller subsurface volume of target.

Need to mention as well some of the clutter that distorts magnetic readings are what?

How about railroad tracks or mining equipment sitting in a field or
pay piles brought to the surface or
how about run off from a wash plant?

  
kringle_mining
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Mag vs. Ohm



Suffering Burnout Batmat.
I will fix this later.
[2 edits; Last edit by kringle_mining at 05:31:49 Wed Feb 24 2010]

  
tenderfootminer
05:59:06 Mon
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Kringle is the "MAN":smile:

  
kringle_mining
03:42:15 Thu
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Re: Barrier wall interpretation at 7200 htz.

Then I stand corrected. Please read the submitted papers for the usgs deposit description.

  
kringle_mining
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Re: Barrier wall interpretation at 7200 htz.

Wiz stick to the topic. We don't want to here about your
alidade. We don't want to here about Bonnefield Placers written by Avalon. We want you to dicuss the Richardson District as related to Tenderfoot Ck.
You are given at least three papers here in this thesis. One was the Bundtzen linement, another a geologic map, and a third paper was research done by Garth Grahm. Since these are the three ground truthers at the moment then they are taking the lead to determine the deposit type .

Now you interpreted the gamma map but you have yet to interpret the more detailed Rainbow map.
Your only drawing submitted was not a drawing of a
VMS . But it was a workable model.

Until we find out the exact locations of the schafts and pay piles the mag map will be a little topsy turvey because the piles are an creating a distortion.


  
kringle_mining
00:36:47 Fri
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Re: Maps have their limits!.

What intelligent people do it stick to the reference data of their district.
The gps and compass will sufice vs the alidade
If the tail piles are full of magnetic rocks and conductor rocks, they will effect interpretation of the rainbow maps.

  
tenderfootminer
08:09:30 Sun
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Ok I was looking at the "hot spots"that appear in the river today and two things came to mind #1 there is a huge eddy on that corner and it is just down stream from the "dogbone annomally" could it be an ancient deposit? #2 I need to gps. them but they may be on the sand bar or island there,so the question is if i go out there and thaw and dig a hole on a island /sandbar will it fill with water while I do it or only in summer?silly question but the answer could save alot of wasted time :confused:

  
kringle_mining
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We need you to Gps in the locations of the shafts and
tail piles. There is still some interpreting to do before you go out on the river and do thawing. And I think that since that the river is the water table it would probably fill in
And I have not picked the targets yet cause I was waiting on the gps coordinates of the shafts and tail piles.
Also magnetism many times doesnot indicate what is directly beneath it . Sometimes there is a drift.
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tenderfootminer
06:05:32 Mon
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ok ok Ill get of my lazy butt hahahah I will go get some gps. locations of piles asap:devil: the shafts follow the creek (mostly)evry100-150 ft and tailings are beside em so if ya want em all it will take me a bit. :smile:

  
tenderfootminer
06:25:07 Mon
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Kringle,What mode do you want my gps. in?I normally use nad27 alaska for datum as it is what the coordinates dnr gives ya for corners but can change to whatever you like.:smile:
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kringle_mining
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NAD 27 will be fine

  
tenderfootminer
02:27:58 Fri
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have to go to anch. this weekend then will get on it thx guys!:smile:

  
tenderfootminer
02:57:21 Sun
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These are pictures of the piles next to the shafts in the area I have been working.
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aumbre
03:54:00 Sun
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Re: Maps have their limits!.

Those are some pretty good trees growing out of your workings.

  
tenderfootminer
23:37:30 Mon
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these pics are of the old "bench where the last guy worked and lived in the 70"s
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tenderfootminer
23:41:33 Mon
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I am having a hard time getting pics. with coordinates :devil: here are some pics of the hillside with the "dogbone"here goes....

  
tenderfootminer
22:36:48 Wed
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the last pictures of the hill side are taken from the highway cut just south of my claims and on the old highway cut.
[1 edits; Last edit by tenderfootminer at 02:38:38 Thu Feb 18 2010]

  
kringle_mining
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Re: Maps have their limits!.

Walt,
Could you title /caption your photos so we can talk about them?

  
tenderfootminer
01:56:32 Thu
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:devil: sure I can but.....how:devil:

  
tenderfootminer
02:09:56 Thu
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this is what the typical "shafts " look like they are either caved in or "capped" the bottoms of em are springy and feel like wood under moss so probly capped,they did that to keep them frozen in summer.
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tenderfootminer
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here is a list of coordinates of some of the shafts.n64.25802/w146.18739 n64.25862/w146.18947 n64.26054/146.19167 (n64.26054/w146.19167 this one open and full of water) n64.25700/w146.18504 (n64.25566/w146.1841 this one by rivers edge) (this one is the coords. of a large pond where they washed material,it used to have a bucket line and gin pole next to it. n64.25740/w146.18570 The last one is the huge piles of bed rock left over from the bench mining done in the 70's n64.26352/w146.19441 around most the shafts marked are piles of material and within a 50ft. radius more shafts.they seemed to put several in each area,maybe all connected for ventilation?I know once the where down it was easier to steam upwards for new shafts.

  
tenderfootminer
02:41:41 Thu
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these are picture of the frozen "pond"

  
kringle_mining
05:26:28 Wed
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Below is the location of the ginpole site, the 70's bench , and 5 shaft locations.


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kringle_mining
05:32:28 Wed
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Pictures need GPS coordinates

Walt, when you take pictures of the geology you should gps in the photos and give us a compass bearing of the direction your camera is facing.




You should break a fresh piece of this bedrock, wet it, and then scann the rock on your scanner so we can see what type rock it actually is.
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kringle_mining
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