Silvore Fox Minerals Corp. (TSX VENTURE:SFX) has announced the completion of a 436 line-kilometre survey of high resolution AeroTEM IV TDEM, Magnetics and Radiometrics, over the Corporation's 100% owned mineral rights, flagship, Coxheath property.
Aeroquest International Ltd. (Aeroquest), conducted the airborne survey to develop a property-wide, up-to-date geophysical database and to provide additional information regarding several 'zones of interest' in highly prospective, underexplored areas of the property. High priority stockwork style targets are located in the Copper Brook and Mountain Zones, in close proximity to the historical mine workings, while porphyry style (Copper/Moly/Gold) targets are located in the south central (Deep pit, Aquitaine and Central Zones) portion of the Coxheath Property.
The survey also covered previously unexplored 'zones of interest' between the north-eastern section of the property and the main Coxheath deposit area – a distance of 2.5 – 4 km. Additional areas of interest are located in the eastern and southern portion of the property, where the Corporation recently doubled its mineral claim holdings . In the north eastern area, it has been postulated that the combination of the regional geological setting, structural geology, and alteration patterns, may represent a potential epithermal gold system.
According to SFX's geophysical consultant, preliminary results from the survey show good quality, high resolution data which will be used for ongoing interpretation and understanding of the regional geology and structural systems within the Coxheath project area. Upon completion of data processing by Aeroquest, the data will be further analyzed and interpreted by the Corporation's geological team and geophysical consultant.
Harry Cabrita, President and CEO states" I am hopeful that the information from this geophysical survey will further enhance our knowledge of the Coxheath property and that the results, once fully interpreted, should play a significant role in the identification of additional copper/gold/moly targets."
Fred Bonner, P.Geo, Vice President -- Operations, is the qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101, who has reviewed and approved the technical information presented above.
Source: Silvore Fox Minerals Corp.