Gabriela Serêjo

Institute of Geoscience - University of São Paulo (USP)


During his master's degree he worked with electromagnetic, magnetometric and gamma spectrometric methods to model orogenic gold deposits in the Iron Quadrangle - MG. Currently he is working with integration of geophysical and petrophysical methods applied to the exploration of IOCG deposits in his PhD project at the Institute of Geosciences of USP, in the Mineral Province of Carajás.


Undergraduate degree and Master in Geophysics. Currently, P.hD. Student in Mineral Resources


My interests are in geophysical and petrophysical methods applied to the mineral exploration


Geophysical-Geological Model of the AQW2 Cu-Au Deposit, in the Aquiri Region, NW Portion of the Carajás Province

Integrating several geophysical methodologies associated with petrophysical data and other geological information is fundamental to establishing exploratory models of mineral deposits. IOCG-type deposits have been widely explored through geophysical methods due to the physical contrasts caused by large amounts of iron oxides and sulfides. These products can produce significant responses in the magnetic and gravity fields and secondary currents induced during electromagnetic surveys. The Carajás Mineral Province has one of the highest tonnage Cu-Au deposits in the world and regions with large exploratory potential, like the Aquiri area in the western part of the Carajás Domain. This region is a greenfield area with active exploration by VALE S.A. and hosts several Cu-Au deposits, such as the AQW2 target from the Aquiri HUB, the object of this project. This research project aims to build a geophysical-geological exploratory model for the AQW2 by integrating several geophysical, petrophys

Applications Invited
Geophysics Petrophysics Magnetism Mineral Deposits

Modeling HTEM Data Anomalies for Mineral Exploration in the Quadrilátero Ferrífero (MG)

Modeling HTEM Data Anomalies for Mineral Exploration in the Quadrilátero Ferrífero (MG): In this research, 2.5D modeling of electrical conductivity anomalies of HTEM data (Helicopter Electromagnetic Transient) was carried out, using thin plate modeling, structural and physical parameters to modeling conductivity anomalies related to metallic sulfides associated with orogenic gold, in the Quadrilateral Ferrífero, Minas Gerais, Brazil.

Applications Invited
Geophysics AEM methods Mineral Deposits Modeling

Scopus Publications

Scopus Publications