Greenfields in Western Canada
- Extensive coincident soil anomaly
- Robust 100-725ppb Au in soil at granite contact
- Probable Intrusion Related Deposit
- 100% Sable Owned
- Not previously drilled
- Drill Ready .
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Exploration to Date
Discovered through systematic stream sediment sampling and tracing high gold concentrations found in silt fraction (0.1-3g/t Au), the Tulox project has had an extensive soil sampling program (1,434 samples) defining two robust anomalies. Neither of these anomalies have been drilled.
The Central gold anomaly is defined by a of a cluster of soil samples ranging from 0.1g/t to 0.752 g/t. The soil anomaly occurs any the contact between Upper Triassic medium to course-grained granodiorite pluton and a fine-grained quartz diorite stock. Coincident IP chargeability-resistivity anomalies are centred immediately to the east of and up-slope from the gold soil anomaly.
In the south-central part of the grid, also near the granodiorite-diorite contact, a moderate intensity, multi-element silver-lead soil anomaly with a copper-gold-zinc-arsenic association remains open up-slope to the south. This anomaly is underlain by a body of Upper Triassic quartz diorite and appears to lie approximately at the up-ice termination of a dispersion train that was determined from the till sampling results.