Presentado en ProEXPLO 2021.Por: Heller Agustín Bernabé Tapia.AbstractPublic Reports related to Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves should only use the terms indicated in Figure 1, which establishes the framework for classifying tonnage and grade estimates to reflect different levels of geological confidence and different degrees of technical and economic evaluation. Mineral Resources can be estimated based on geoscientific information with input from other disciplines. Ore Reserves, which are a modified subdivision of Indicated and Measured Mineral Resources (shown within the dashed boundary in Figure 1), require consideration of the Modifying Factors that affect extraction and should be estimated in most cases with input from a variety of disciplines.'Modifying Factors' are considerations that are used to convert Mineral Resources to Ore Reserves. These include, but are not limited to, mining, metallurgical processing, infrastructure, economic, marketing, legal, environmental, social, and government factors.