Proposed remote technology of search and contouring of ore deposits is based on the complex use of earth sounding apparatus with use of lower-power microwave generators and laser devices for readout of typical information-and-energy spectrums of polymetallic ores from satellite photographs. At special treatment of photographs in the radiation fields the deposit (polymetals, hydrocarbons and other substances) boundaries are visualized when they are placed into the rotating magnetic field (Kirlian effect). Space photographic reconnaissance increases rapidity of execution of works due to coverage of larger territories for search.
Subsequent sounding in the territory of discovered deposit area up to the depth of 5000 m with help of test microwave radiations allows carrying out closure of deposit contours on the earth surface to the map of the area, defining the following quantitative and qualitative characteristics of deposits.
By these characteristics received in field conditions, depth profiles of deposits are built, volumes of resources are defined, and points for industrial drilling for efficient exploitation of resources are selected.