Understanding geology and Aurania’s exploration approach.

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Aurania on Commodity TV: New Targets Identified by LiDAR

Presentation of a Gold exploration company working in Ecuador. Aurania owns a huge land package and there are many indications that the historic "Lost Cities" are on the property. By the use of LIDAR scans Aurania identified promising targets for the current drill program.
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Proactive Research analyst discusses the early work being done by Aurania

Proactive Research analyst Christopher Ecclestone gives his take on the early work being done by Aurania Resources Ltd (CVE:ARU) (OTCMKTS:AUIAF) on its Lost Cities project in Ecuador.
Sangay Volcano at Night

Keith Barron Witnesses Sangay Volcano Eruption

Ecuador's Sangay volcano is the most active volcano in Ecuador despite erupting only three times in recorded history, because the eruption that started in 1934 is still ongoing. Every so often the belly of the beast grumbles and onlookers are treated to a fiery display of smoke, vapour, and lava on a scale far greater than normal.
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Metals Investor Forum Presentation Video

Aurania's President Dr. Richard Spencer's delivers a corporate presentation at the Metals Investor Forum in Toronto, February 28 – March 1, 2020.

Copper Extraction Experiment

This experiment, designed to illustrate the simplicity of copper extraction from sedimentary-hosted mineralization, was recorded at Aurania’s Ecuadorean field office during a visit from Ecuador’s Vice-Minister of Mines, Fernando L. Benalcazar. Aurania’s President Dr. Richard Spencer shows how to go from field rocks to pure copper in a matter of minutes. Ingredients: crushed, copper-bearing sedimentary rock, a bit of sulphuric acid, a couple of nails attached to a flashlight battery with electrical wire and voila, copper extraction pure and simple.
Vice Minister and Gregor Borg

The Opportunity - A Copper Expert's Opinion

The following was recorded at Aurania’s Ecuadorean field office during a concurrent visit from Ecuador’s Vice-Minister of Mines, Fernando L. Benalcazar and Prof. Gregor Borg, one of the top sedimentary copper experts in the world. The discussion centres on the Vice-Minister’s interest in Aurania’s recent copper discovery from a governmental perspective, and Prof. Borg’s professional, independent opinion on the significance of the company’s copper findings.
Keith Barron, Stefan Ansermet, Jan Pol Pallier

First Evidence of Colonial Spanish Activity at Aurania's Lost Cities Project

Aurania’s field teams discovered vestiges of a road while searching for Sevilla de Oro which was one of two gold mining centres described in historic manuscripts from Ecuador, Peru, Spain and the Vatican. These records describe the Colonial Spanish operating the two gold mines between approximately 1565 and 1606. The road discovered by Aurania’s exploration teams is believed to be the one that linked Sevilla de Oro to the other gold mining centre ‘Logroño de los Caballeros’ as described in the historic manuscripts.