Northaven Resources has proclaimed that Geotech of Aurora in Ontario has completed the aerial geophysical survey at its Allco property. Geotech used Z-TEM AFMAG system to flow 1,354 line km in total.
The company is expecting to obtain the information from the survey within the subsequent weeks and later it will be oriented to convey the information to its independent geophysical consultant for appraisal, understanding and proposal.
The area of Allco property is 13,000 ha comprising 15 km of a perceptible northwestern trend of the mineralized properties, which expands over a 56 km distance. The metamorphosed rocks present in this trend contains metavolcanics and metasediments of the previous Cambrian age, encroached by later aged instant granodiorites that has numerous small to intermediate-sized polymetallic mines comprising copper, gold, silver, lead and zinc in different ratios.
This 65 km+ trend offers an exclusive consistent structural deformation grouping with a confirmation of mineralizing occurrences that brings an array of well-known mineral occurrences. This recommends a strong plumbing system along with the amalgamation of grouping and structural dilatancy that has previously resulted in the emplacement of fiscal mineralization.
The company expects that the newly completed ZTEM survey data will allow it to associate the known mineralized events with the formerly unknown anomalous mineralization targets and to discover the frequently subtle geological formations, which appear to manage the mineralization.
The Chief Geologist and President of the company, has stated that the mixture of geologic occurrences within and contiguous to the Allco Property makes it a main drilling target for the large scale silver and gold deposits discovery. The Z-TEM Airborne program completion is the essential step in understanding the area’s geology and is a significant part of finding the targets for further drilling.
Northaven is expecting the appraisal of the survey information and will give additional updates later.