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Multiple geochemical sampling programs had been completed. Our task: Visualize, combine and support interpretation of the results to generate new exploration targets.

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Using soil samples we established geochemical surface grids for the desired elements (Au, Ag, Cu and As).  

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Working with Kore’s geologists, we overlaid soil surface grids with MMI grids by element to determine areas of overlap.

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Compiling these areas of overlap we defined anomalous geochemical zones which pointed to the Primary Multi-Element Anomaly and the Secondary Arsenic Soil Geochemistry Anomaly. The result: Definition of 2018 exploration targets.

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Drilling targets were defined in the mineralized zone through interpretation from IP geophysics, soil geochemistry and historic drilling.

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Results from 2018 drilling.

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This project is ongoing. We look forward to conitnued success with Kore Mining.

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