Science Golden Mining has mineral deposits, with a focus on gold and multi-ore in areas of Brazil with a large volume of minerals to be evaluated and explored. It develops research, prospecting and dimensioning, and proofing of gold and multi-ore through remote sensing in partnership with geo sensing company with the capacity to reach up to 3,000 meters in depth, with high accuracy, and generate studies of the soil and subsoil mining surfaces of the property of the ScienceGolden in Amazonia Brazil and managed to develop the Ni43101 and SKR certifications for three mines to be explored and certified.
Science Golden Mining develops complete green mining modeling, involving all phases, implementing an automated project, fully electrified, with real-time commissioning, mitigating social and environmental damage. It uses state-of-the-art technology, operating in a continuous and permanent system, 24 hours, 365 days, recovering natural capital through mining tailings recovery systems and consolidation of sustainability and sustainable mining. The system is designed to meet the costs of multi-ore, optimizing the profitability of gold.
The Sumaúma-Roosevelt Mutum Project presents for the southeast region of the state of Amazonas an update of the geological mapping collecting new data and applying modern analytical techniques with updated information capable of promoting prospecting and mineral research in this region, where gold occurrences are known, tin, manganese, phosphate, diamond, in addition of great potential for ornamental stones.
In this project, mapping was carried out geological and geochemical survey of cartographic sheets Sumaúma, Rio Roosevelt and Mutum, all in the 1:250,000 scale that together cover a continuous area of 54,000 km².
Folha Rio Roosevelt (SC.20-X-B)
Folha Rio Roosevelt (SC.20-XB) is located about 500 km south of Manaus and comprises a total area of 18,000 km2, partially covering the Amazonian municipalities of Apuí, Manicoré and Novo Aripuanã, in addition to the municipality of Mato Grosso of Aripuanã. Having limited and very precarious access, which drastically compromised the spatialization of geological stations, which are limited to the surroundings of Rodovia do Estanho in the southwestern portion of the leaf; the courses of the Roosevelt, Guariba and Aripuanã rivers, and their main tributaries; and the clearings in the interfluvial areas of these rivers, which were accessed by air, using a helicopter.
This project is part of the Program Basic Geological Survey of Brazil (PLGB) financed by the CARTOGRAPHY PROJECT DA AMAZÔNIA, coordinated by the Center Protection System Manager and Operational of the Amazon (CENSIPAM) AND PROGRAM OF GROWTH ACCELERATION (PAC) of the Federal government. This document is about a Simplified Explanatory Note entitled. Folha Rio’s Geology and Mineral Resources Roosevelt (SC.20-X-B), where we present from summarized form the lithostratigraphy stacking, tectonic evolution and potential for resources minerals observed in the delimited area by the letter.