MOBILE TECHNOLOGY OF SATELLITE IMAGES AND PHOTOGRAPHS FREQUENCY-RESONANCE PROCESSING: SOME RESULTS OF DEMO-PROJECTS IMPLEMENTATION IN VARIOUS REGIONS OF THE GLOBE
Keywords:Philippine, Argentine, Kazakhstan, chemical elements, gold, silver, copper, lithium, diamonds, limestones, dolomites, marls, granites, basalts, hydrogen, direct prospecting, deep structure, sounding of cross-section, remote sensing data processing
The results of investigation of demonstration character, carried out with the direct-prospecting frequency-resonance methods using within the exploration areas and local sites in the Philippines, Argentina and Eastern Kazakhstan, are analyzed. The studies were carried out with the aim of additional approbation of direct-prospecting methods and improvement the methodological techniques of their application in the exploration process for ore minerals, oil, gas and natural hydrogen, as well as in the study of the deep structure of the Earth's structural elements.The developed mobile and low-cost technology include modified methods of frequency-resonance processing and decoding of satellite images and photo images, vertical electric-resonance sounding (scanning) of a cross-section, as well as a method of integrated assessment of the prospects of ore minerals potential of large prospecting blocks and license areas. Separate methods of this direct-prospecting technology are based on the principles of the “substance” paradigm of geophysical research, the essence of which is to search for a specific substance – gold, silver, zinc, diamonds, oil, gas, hydrogen, water, etc. Within a large prospecting area in the Philippines, signals were recorded at the frequencies of diamonds, mercury, gold, silver and copper. The responses of diamonds began to be recorded from 555 m (intensive signals) and were traced by scanning with different steps up to 32570 m. By scanning cross-section from the surface, responses at gold frequencies were recorded from two intervals: 1) 285-(intensive)-345 m, 2) 389-418 m. On local survey area in the Philippines, signals from the surface were recorded of gold, mercury, dead water, 1th (granites) and 6 (basalts) groups of igneous rocks, as well as at the frequencies of a sample of "old" basalts (intensive signal). The root of a granitic volcano was determined at a depth of 470 km, and that of a basalt volcano at a depth of 723 km. When examining a small site within the ore area in Argentina, where prospecting for copper, gold, cobalt, iron ore was carried out, the presence of a basalt volcano with hydrogen and living water was established. Measurements confirmed the fact of hydrogen migration into the atmosphere. Responses of copper, cobalt, beryllium, lithium, and nickel were also recorded from the surface. When scanning cross-section in the upper part of the basalt volcano, responses of copper and lithium were recorded (in the depth interval of 100-400 m). Instrumental measurements confirmed the prospects of basalt complexes for the detection of accumulations of hydrogen, living (healing) water and ore minerals (including copper and lithium). Within Tarbagatai district in Eastern Kazakhstan region the presence of granite and kimberlite volcanic complexes was established on the survey area. In a granite volcano, responses were obtained from "young" granites, in the contours of which responses at gold frequencies are almost always recorded. Signals from diamonds are almost always recorded in kimberlite volcanoes. Responses at the frequencies of gold and diamonds are registered within the district area from the surface! And detailed prospecting for gold and diamonds can be planned in this area. The results of the experimental reconnaissance studies, presented above, once again clearly demonstrate the operability, information content and efficiency of direct-prospecting methods for frequency-resonance processing of satellite images and photographs during the integral assessment of the prospects of detecting ore mineral deposits, accumulations of oil, gas and natural hydrogen within survey areas, as well as when determining the depths of occurrence and thicknesses of predicted deposits in the cross-section. The use of super-efficient and low-cost direct-prospecting technology will significantly speed up the exploration process for oil, gas, natural hydrogen and ore minerals, as well as reduce financial costs for its implementation.