Due to the complexity of prospecting and exploration of deep seated mineral deposits, there are new requirements for the methods used. Methods should be focused on the structural and tectonic characteristics of target objects. A set of methods, including gravity, magnetic, geoelectrochemistry is intoduced. This article describes applying of this complex technology and an example of using it effectively is given.
Results of field studies run on Zakharovskoie polymetallic deposit (Altaiski Krai) in order to investigate structure of superimposed haloes and to determine velocity of migration of elements forming haloes, are discussed.