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Wondjina Research Institute - pXRF, Geophysics & more
« on: February 03, 2019, 12:42:37 pm »


WONDJINA RESEARCH INSTITUTE (WRI) is the Research and Development Division of Wombat Mining & Exploration Company (WME), an Arizona company that has served the mineral industry and governmental clients since 1973 and has, independently, successfully completed over 200 projects in the US and overseas.

WRI has recently arranged for the updating of its OLYMPUS DELTA Professional pXRF unit and is offering pXRF Laboratory and Field analysis services by the WRI team of Professional Geologists (AIPG), Registered Professional Archaeologists (RPA) and Professional Chemists to its clients and general public from its Confidence House Office in Twain Harte, California.

Map of past project areas: http://wondjinaresearch.com/press_releases/WRI_Projects_100118.pdf

Press release: http://wondjinaresearch.com/press_releases/WRI_1001018Press_Release.pdf

Richard Lundin, BA, MA, RPA, AIPG
Confidence House
22510 Confidence Rd.
Twain Harte, California 95383
Phone: (209) 586-5632
Cell: (209) 288-8398
FACEBOOK: WondjinaResearchInstitute
Website: http://www.wondjinaresearch.com

WRI has worked on a variety of research projects in Geology, Archaeology, Archaeogeophysics, Archaeogeochemistry, Remote Sensing, and Mineral Exploration/Materials Testing utilizing pXRF technologies in the US and overseas since 1993.

These projects for major mineral industry groups, governmental organizations, environmental organizations, development companies, consulting groups and academic organizations, have led to discoveries of “hidden” mineral deposits, delineation of areas of previously unknown toxic waste sites, discovery and delineation of previously unknown prehistoric and historic era archaeological sites, and the verification of the chemical signatures of archaeological materials and precious metal ores.

For further information, detailed specifications on WRI’s pXRF unit, contact Richard Lundin, BA, MA, RPA, AIPG, at (209) 586-5632 or at Wondjinaman@gmail.com or FACEBOOK: WondjinaResearchInstitute

[POSTED BY CGMS WEBMASTER ON BEHALF OF RICHARD LUNDIN, CGMS MEMBER. CGMS DOES NOT SPECIFICALLY ENDORSE ANY PRIVATE ENTITY. THIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF THE UNIQUE INTERESTS AND SERVICES OFFERED BY OUR CLUB MEMBERS.]
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