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MINISTRY of INDUSTRIAL POLICY of UKRAINE      State Enterprise “NIGRI” (Scientific-Research Mining-Ore                    ...
associated with the local thermo-elastic stress fields around mined-out areas     at depths of 0-600m.    Subsurface maxi...
Evaluation of information value of the transformed fields of spectral brightnessin thermal and near-infrared spectrum regi...
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VALIDATION CERTIFICATE of “4D GeoSEIS Tomography” Method for 3D-4D transformation of 2D images


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World-first discovery of 4D GeoSEIS Tomography Method
can help save cost for oil-gas & ore deposit`s prospecting.

* We propose for any company 3D-4D GeoSEIS Tomography transformations of airborne thermal & multispectral satellite images, geophysical data (magnetic, gravity, IP, seismic) and DEM to multifactor volumetric 3D-4D GeoSEIS (space-time) model, exact ranging and forecasting of mineral deposits, multifactor volumetric mapping of low-amplitude tectonics, geophysical anomalies and geologic properties of deep structures for cost-effective geological prospecting: ;
* We have used multispectral images of WorldView-2 satellite with 1-2 meter resolution for volumetric 3D GeoSEIS mineral potential mapping (deep: 500-1500m) with much higher resolution (1-2m) than 3D seismic, magneto-telluric, electromagnetic data before drilling.
* We have used geophysical data & multispectral images of Landsat 5-7, ASTER, Hyperion satellites with 15-30 meter resolution for volumetric 3D GeoSEIS mapping of geological formation & tectonic structures up to depth 19-60km: .

The application of the 4D GeoSEIS Tomography for transformations 2D-3D images of spectral brightness fields and geophysical fields into volumetric 3D-4D GeoSEIS (space-time) models proved to be an effective low-cost exploration tool:
During 22 years the great number of prospectivity maps, volumetric structural-geodynamic, geological and geophysical models of ore (Fe-Ti, Cu, Au, Hg, Ni-Cu-Co) and oil-gas deposits (DR Congo, Namibia, Kalimantan, Urals, Ukraine, Timor, Uzbekistan) are created: ; ;; .
 We have used 4D GeoSEIS software for processing of the ASTER, Landsat7ETM and aeromagnetic images to create the volumetric 3D-4D GeoSEIS Models (Depth: 0-17кm) of the NW Namibia & SE Angola territory ( ) to discriminate the high potential concentration of mineral resources based on limited field data in order to aid exploration for new copper and titaniferous magnetite mineralization : .

Using 4D GeoSEIS software for multifactor volumetric structural-geodynamic, geophysical, geochemical and mineralogical modeling we offer:
* Integration of the mineralogical, geochemical and geophysical data, DEM and multispectral satellite images (Hyperion, ASTER, LANDSAT-7ETM and others) in multifactor volumetric 3D-4D GeoSEIS Model.
* Volumetric 3D-4D GeoSEIS models which will allow to increase accuracy of tectonic structures mapping on deep horizons to a level of near-surface horizons…

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  • Take your geospatial analysis to the next 3D-4D level with 3D-4D GeoSEIS Tomography!

    *Using 4D GeoSEIS Tomography transformation of various bands of the multispectral imagery of WV-2, the discriminating iron-oxides, clay and gidrothermal minerals can be accurately volumetric mapped...

    * The results of structural-geodynamic modeling proved possibility of satellite maps creation (Landsat7ETM, ASTER, World View-2…) of low-amplitude tectonics with spatial resolution 1-20-30m/pix for horizontal lines, and 20 cm of fold’s amplitude. The spatial resolution of satellite models and maps on a concrete area exceeded the spatial resolution of mining works plan on the scale 1:5000.

    * 3D GeoSEIS Tomography is invaluable for identifying geodynamic zones that may be potential areas for rock bursts, 3D fracture patterns, their density (number of cracks per unit volume) and outline zones of high permeability, shear zones and faults...

    Seeking business partners for 3D-4D GeoSEIS Tomography modeling and Monitoring… Seeking business partners for developing 3D-4D GeoSEIS Tomography transformation of 2D-3D digital (multispectral, radar, geophysical, CT, MRI, Ultrasound) images and video...

    * We are looking for investment partnership for developing 6D GeoSEIS Tomography transformation of 3D digital (multispectral, radar, geophysical, CT, MRI, Ultrasound) images and video...

    If you interest it, please don’t miss this opportunity. Please check of the information:

    * Uniqueness of 3D-4D GeoSEIS Tomography technology is determined by algorithms that transforms digital images of physical fields into volumetric space-time models which reflects not only an volumetric structure, but also evolution of field`s structures.

    * 6D GeoSEIS Tomography brings 3D scan visualization to a whole 6D volumetric animation level. Its 6D Space-time-based Technology extends the capabilities of volumetric modeling practices – allowing anyone, anywhere to see, explore and share (in real-time) 6D interactive views directly from traditional 3D Seismic, MRI, CT and ultrasound scans…

    My Customers & Partners:

    Institute of Geological Sciences of NAS (National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine), Institute of Geotechnical Mechanics of NAS, Institute of Problems on Nature Management & Ecology of NAS, State Enterprise NIGRI (Mining-Ore Research Institute)...

    Publications and scientific reports:,


    Shestopalov V.M., Bondarenko Ya.I., Zayonts I.O., Rudenko Yu.F., Bohuslavsky A.S. Complexation of Structural-Geodynamical and Hydrogeological Methods of Studying Areas to Reveal Geological Structural Perspectives for Deep Isolation of Radioactive Wastes. // Field Testing and Associated Modeling of Potential High-Level Nuclear Waste Geologic Disposal Sites // Berkeley, USA, 1998.

    Kolotenko V.P. Bondarenko J.J. Spiritual and Moral aspects of Sustainable Development Theory // Man and City. Towards a Human and Sustainable Development // Napoli, Italy, 2000.

    Bondarenko J.J., Risk analysis, synthesis and Spiritual Energy-Information Structure Modeling 'SEISM' to reveal environmental perspectives for isolation of radioactive and hazardous chemical wastes // ECO-INFORMA 2001 // Chicago, USA, 2001.

    Bondarenko J. J., The Multifactor Predictive SEIS (GIS) Model of ecological, genetic and population health risk in connection with dangerous bio-geodynamical processes in geopathogenic hazard zones //ECO-INFORMA 2001// Chicago, USA, 2001.

    Zayonts I.O., Bondarenko J.J., Slipchenko B., Lysychenko G.V., New approaches to the problem of geoecological risk for urbanized territories // ECO-INFORMA 2001 // Chicago, USA, 2001...
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VALIDATION CERTIFICATE of “4D GeoSEIS Tomography” Method for 3D-4D transformation of 2D images

  1. 1. MINISTRY of INDUSTRIAL POLICY of UKRAINE State Enterprise “NIGRI” (Scientific-Research Mining-Ore Research Institute) 57, Gagarin Av., Krivoy Rog, Dnepropetrovsk Region, Ukraine, 50086 Tel.: (+38056) 4051501 APPROVED State Enterprise “NIGRI” (Scientific-Research Mining-Ore Research Institute) Ph.D. (Engineering), Prof. ______________E. K. Babets December 27, 2011 VALIDATION CERTIFICATE for “4D GeoSEIS Tomography” Method The Object of Research: test site at the eastern edge of the Open Pit №1, PAO“CGOK” (Central Mining and Processing Plant). The Method: “4D GeoSEIS Tomography” for multifactor volumetricstructural-geodynamic modeling of physical fields; by Y. I. Bondarenko. The Essence of the Method: “4D GeoSEIS Tomography” transformation of2D images of spectral brightness fields and geophysical fields to volumetric 4DGeoSEIS (space-time) models. Objectives: mapping of underground volume distribution of cavities, oldunderground workings (mined-out areas) and active geodynamic zones,concentrations of stresses and strains on the test site at the eastern edge of the OpenPit №1, Public Company “PAO CGOK”. Input Data: DEM, Landsat 7ETM+ and WorldView-2 multispectral satelliteimages, airborne thermal images, geophysical maps and sections obtained as a resultof geophysical profiling by RAP (Resonance Acoustic), AMTZ (Audio-Magneto-Telluric), IEMPZ (Earth’s Impulse Electromagnetic Field). The results of Multifactor Volumetric Structural-Geodynamic “4D GeoSEIS Tomography” Modeling: Developed “4D GeoSEIS Tomography” method has proved the ability to perform volumetric mapping of underground areas of collapse and deformation
  2. 2. associated with the local thermo-elastic stress fields around mined-out areas at depths of 0-600m. Subsurface maxima of spectral brightness fields, which are associated with the environmental heating and rock breakage (caving) zones above old mine workings and below areas of active crater formation, have been mapped on the orthogonal slices of the volumetric 4D GeoSEIS model. The anomalies of spectral brightness measured by the airborne thermal imager and the infrared sensors World View-2, which have been recalculated with regard to depth, have enabled accurate mapping of cavities, old underground workings (mined-out areas) and active geodynamic zones available in geologic environment. Comparison of the vertical sections of volumetric 4D GeoSEIS model ofspectral brightness in 860-1040nm range (World View-2) with vertical geophysicalsections obtained with AMTZ and RAP profiling, the results of drilling and geo-surveying details of old underground mining at the test site area of the Open Pit №1,(PAO CGOK) has shown the following: 1) Around most old underground workings (mined-out areas), fields ofthermo-elastic expansion of the geological environment were created, and they arevisualized on the vertical sections of volumetric 4D GeoSEIS model as anomalies ofmaximum spectral brightness; 2) The structure of field of thermo-elastic expansion over mined-out area has aregular pattern - most vertical chains of local anomalies are located over pillars orbetween excavations at various levels. This peculiarity in distribution of anomaliesis easy to explain by the processes of rock collapse and upward flow of cavities. 3) The structure of the field of thermo-elastic expansion of the geologicalenvironment over mined-out areas (anomalous for its spectral brightness) can serveto identify the trajectory of upward “cavities” flow. 4) The intervals and locations of the points, where drilling tools sink down, arenotable for anomalies of maximum spectral brightness. The locations and intervalsbetween places of drilling fluid loss coincide with aquifer zones, which areregistered due to anomalies of minimum spectral brightness. 5) The high-gradient levels of the acoustic field (RAP) conformally fit into thestructure of spectral brightness gradient field. Two major anomalies of the acousticfield correlate well with anomalies of spectral brightness minima in high- humidityareas, while the other two anomalies coincide with anomalies of spectral brightnessmaxima in the areas of upward “cavities” flow - highly porous zones of environmentdeconsolidation. 6) Locations of all AMTZ anomalies at 100m-150m depths coincide with thelocal anomalies of maximum spectral brightness. The latter offer more accuratereflection of the morphology of the echelon fracture zones associated withhorizontal left-hand shear zone.
  3. 3. Evaluation of information value of the transformed fields of spectral brightnessin thermal and near-infrared spectrum regions for deep detection of oldunderground workings (mined-out areas) at the test section has shown that withmined-out areas being 191233c.u., the areas of detected mine workings have made150265c.u. and 149558c.u., respectively; the accuracy of detection of oldunderground workings based on thermal field anomalies has been 78.5% andbased on anomalies of spectral brightness in near-infrared spectrum band - 74.2%. From analysis of the obtained results, the following conclusions can be drawn: The “4D GeoSEIS Tomography” methods developed for multifactorvolumetric structural-geodynamic modeling can serve for accurate mapping of thelow-amplitude tectonic structures (lineaments, fractures, shear zones, folds, faults),active geodynamic zones, cavities, old underground workings (mined-out areas)and crater-formation zones. Vertical sections of volumetric “4D GeoSEIS Tomography” (space-time)models of spectral brightness fields of airborne and satellite images are in goodagreement with geological and geophysical sections, leaving behind other methodsin detection of the locations of cavities and old underground workings (mined-out areas) at different depths. The obtained results allow the amount of expensive geophysical surveys anddrilling of deep wells to be significantly reduced in the process of furtherexploration and exploitation of the Gleevatsky open pit of PAO "CGOK". We consider it advisable to further conduct research and methodological workon approbation and improvement of the “4D GeoSEIS Tomography” methods ofmultifactor volumetric structural-geodynamic modeling and forecasting of small-amplitude tectonic structures, fields of strains and stresses, cavities, oldunderground workings (mined-out areas) within the total area of the Gleevatskyopen pit of PAO "CGOK". We consider it worthwhile to further perform scientific research andexperimental-methodical work on integration of engineering-geological,geophysical and geodetic models in multifactor volumetric 4D GeoSEIS model. The results of the multifactor volumetric 4D GeoSEIS modeling withinGleevatsky open pit of PAO "CGOK" enable us to recommend that designingagencies, exploration and mining companies should use “4D GeoSEISTomography” method for multifactor volumetric modeling, forecasting andmonitoring hazardous geodynamic processes, distribution of cavities, oldunderground workings (mined-out areas) and their related zones of craterformation.Head of Scientific and Technical Department Ph.D. A.A. Sova