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    • By ResearchNugget
      Hello, 
      I am undertaking a research project at university investigating the detection and extraction of surface gold. I'd appreciate it if you could fill in this short questionnaire to help with my background research. It should only take around 6 minutes, and your input is much appreciated. 
      Thank you
      https://forms.gle/7WTdq5u1RNDDUG4s6
       
    • By goldbrick
      Recently GB_Amateur started a thread titled " How important is getting to bedrock". Reading thru the thread I started thinking of the many nuggets that I have found that have been no where near bedrock, which got me thinking about the under lying reasons why gold(even BIG gold) may be found shallow. I remember reading something by Jim Straight about this very subject. I would like to review this material for my own research and to post it for GB_Amateur and others benefit. The problem is I can not find it on the net. If my memory serves me correctly it was not a publication for sale such as one of his books but possibly a magazine article or position paper. It was not many pages in length. The title was something along the lines of " Finding big gold shallow" or something with similar key words. If any forumites has access to this article please post a link or?
      Thanks,
      Merton
       
    • By Gold Seeker
      There's a new site for research for us prospectors called Land Matters, it's Non-Profit Educational Organization website primarily for prospectors and other land users, this site was created by Brian Cole and Leigh Johnson, with much help from MinerDiggins Adventures, who many may know as Clay and Ruby, who have been for years been producing mapping and mining claims programs for prospectors.
       The site has been posted on other gold prospecting forums but I haven't seen it posted here, it's free to use, many many hours have been put into this site and more to come, there are many different maps and map layers (geology, land status, minerals, mining, topos, etc.), articles, resources, and a searchable library for 8 states at this time and more states are coming as requested by end users as well as the entire USA and other parts of the world, it takes a little time and work to add each state but several more states are in the works at the time I'm posting this and will be added in the order they have been requested by end users, if you have a request please request it at the website or I can relay it to them.
       As mentioned it a non-profit project created out of the passion of what we do and many, many hours have been put into it's creation which isn't finished by a long shot, but they do accept donations if you are so inclined.
      http://www.mylandmatters.org/
    • By cobill
      I just wanted to say how lucky and appreciative we are to have Chris Ralph as a frequent contributor to the DP forum. In the Dec 2015 ICMJ magazine, Chris wrote two articles with in-depth methods to research areas for gold: Researching Mineralized Areas and Using Geologic Maps. As a relative newbie, stuck in frozen Colorado and thinking about 2016, I'm always interested in how successful detectorists look for new areas to hunt and would appreciate any ideas or "trade secrets" from other members.
      Merry Christmas and Happy New Years,
      Bill              
      http://www.icmj.com/toc.php?id=208&keywords=December_2015_(Vol._85,_No._04)

    • By 1515Art
      this web cam link is a handy view on the weather conditions up in Sierra City, I always give it a quick check when I'm getting ready to go on up to the high sierra along with the other reports on conditions.
       
      http://www.sierracountrystore.com/the-sierra-city-webcam#today
       
       

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