We review, assess, design, and implement exploration programmes to answer critical geological questions while adhering to exploration budgetary constraints.
Our geologists have expert knowledge of the mechanisms of orebody formation and distribution within a wide range of geological and tectonic settings. The exploration services we provide include target generation, field mapping and analysis, remote sensing and geophysics, geochemistry, mineral system modelling, exploration project management, audits and valuations, exploration strategy and governmental advice, health and safety guidance, and programme implementation.
We ensure effective application and interpretation of geology, geochemistry, and geophysics to generate and test exploration targets. Since “blind” orebodies are of increasing importance, we routinely use a mineral systems approach to assess prospectivity and are at the forefront of technological advances in remote sensing, hyperspectral logging, data management, and machine learning. All our staff are highly proficient in 3D visualization using software such as GOCAD, GeoModeller, and Leapfrog and in creating and working with advanced exploration databases.
Our specialists comply with CIM, JORC, and other internationally recognized best practices and reporting requirements. Our internal reviews and the independent technical reports we produce for worldwide stock exchanges, banks, and private investors are held in high regard.
SRK Exploration Services Ltd (SRK ES) was established in Cardiff in 2003 as a small group of like-minded exploration geologists with a view to filling a perceived gap in the consultancy market.Learn More
Geochemical models are used in the mining industry for a range of applications in the forecasting of long term environmental impacts, including predictions of tailings and waste rock seepage chemistry, post-closure pit lake chemistry, heap drain-down chemistry, fate-transport of mining related impacts, and others.Learn More
Over the past decade, Environmental and Safety Management Systems (EMS/SMS) have increasingly been employed to track and enhance performance within a wide range of both private and public sector institutions.Learn More
This study on the potential for attenuation of arsenic focused on the Oxide Heap Leach facility, Daisy Mine, Nevada and aimed to generate numerical predictions to evaluate closure options, focusing on geochemistry of solutes in groundwater upon interaction with draindown and the potential of chemical constituents in heap solutions to attenuate in the unsaturated alluvium and not degrade groundwater.Learn More
SRK applies rigorous geological and structural interpretations to provide insight for exploration targeting, constraints on resource modelling, and support for geotechnical evaluations.Learn More