ALASKA GOLD EXPLORATION
(Geophysical images courtesy Alaska DGGS)
A VIEW OF GEOLOGIC “STRUCTURE AND MINERALIZATION” NEVER SEEN BEFORE.
GEOPHYSICS GOES WHERE NO GEOLOGIST HAS EVER GONE!
GET ON THE GOLD!
Alaska Gold Exploration, LLC is focused on exploration, discovery and development of world class precious metal deposits in Alaska.
MOST OF THE GOLD PRODUCED IN ALASKA HAS COME FROM THE TINTINA GOLD PROVINCE.
GOLD NUGGETS WITH MATRIX FROM OPHIR CREEK MINE
THE LODE SOURCES OF 80 PERCENT OF THE PLACER GOLD MINED IN ALASKA REMAIN UNDISCOVERED!
GEOPHYSICAL INTERPRETATION SERVICES WILL GET YOU ON THE GOLD
ALASKA GOLD EXPLORATION, LLC IS A Service Company. Using State-of-the-art software, we research geophysical data bases
viewing thousands of survey lines and documenting the best. We can put your company on target!
Thousands of geophysical targets are available. We also provide property valuation asedon published survey data.!
Recent survey data is revealing more geophysical anomalies that have remained hidden below the surface!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your exploration objectives. We can provide site specific interpretation or select the most
favorable targets to suit the needs of any exploration campaign.
Alaska Gold Exploration, LLC is a junior exploration company focusing on finding new sources of precious metals in Alaska.
WE CAN GET YOU ON PLATINUM GROUP METALS, RARE EARTH ELEMENTS AND BASE METALS!
Coincident to Gold Exploration is Base metal and Rare Earth Element Exploration. Using published geological and geophysical data,
Alaska Gold Exploration has identified numerous high probability Lithium, PGM, and Rare Earth Element deposits.
Contact email@example.com if you are interested in learning more.
REVISED 09-14-2016 © ALASKA GOLD EXPLORATION, LLC ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
Credit is hereby given to Alaska State DNR, Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys GPR2011-2 and Fugro Airborne Surveys for
Images and portions thereof depicted on this website. Topographic map images and portions there-of courtesy of Alaska DNR Mapper.