Science Blog: GIS-based mineral potential targeting is making the most out of geoscience data to enable new discoveries

Vesa Nykänen, Research Professor

Mineral potential targeting or mineral prospectivity mapping can be defined as a multi-step process of extracting and weighting mappable features indicating the critical parameters of the mineral deposit types, or more preferably the mineral systems, that are being sought. This is achieved by combining the evidence layers, and finally ranking promising target areas for further […]

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