Parlane Resource has provided details on its multiphase exploration campaign at the Big Bear project. The company has obtained the results from the first phase of the stream sediment-sampling campaign and has sent phase II soil samples to the laboratory.
A field team from the Big Bear project has completed a phase I stream sediment-sampling over the property, which encloses all the drainage systems to assess for the mineralization potential.
The company has gathered samples ranging from lower than 0.5 ppb gold to 61.4 ppb in the 159 silt samples. It has compiled two samples from the property’s different regions, which locates over the 95th percentile for gold and the samples were followed-up by a comprehensive stream sediment sampling program. Additionally, the collected 41 soil samples have yielded gold values ranging between less than 0.5 ppb gold and 172.5 ppb. Parlane has conducted a thorough follow-up soil sampling campaign over two individual regions, which yielded gold more than the 95th percentile. The follow-up sampling results are pending.
Parlane’s phase II work has contained 2,634 soil samples that were collected from the Big Bear property. All the sampling program results are expected to arrive by late fall.
The high-potential Big Bear property has identified analogous epithermal mineralization of high level that was discovered at nearby properties. It is anticipated that the recent comprehensive sampling results will show regions at the property, which will be focused for drilling and geophysical surveying.