Teuton Resources has reported magneto-telluric survey results from Treaty Creek property. The property is situated in the northern part of Stewart in the Eskay Creek-Sulphurets-Premier area, Northwest British Columbia.
Quantec Geoscience performed the survey last summer. The survey has followed a portion of the planned proposed tunnel in the Treaty Creek property.
The company has discovered two very low resistivity regions. One region is partly outlined and is located at the survey’s southwest end. Another new ground of 500 m is present towards the southwest part, which is in the common boundary direction between the property of Teuton and Seabridge. Iron Cap gold-copper deposit of Seabridge is another 800 m region in the same direction and stays exposed towards the northeast direction.
The second low resistivity region, which is deep, is located in the surveyed area’s central part and the lows seem to expand towards the surface. Riaz Mirza and Mssrs. Warren Gregory, the Quantec report’s authors, commented that the conductive zone is expanded in the upward direction to the surface. This zone can be mapped between 214 and 216 MT targets. There is a difference in resistivity at the near-surface depth levels. This zone seems to be an alteration and a structurally controlled zone containing encouraging mineralization.
The company has planned to examine the anomalous regions that are adjacent to the property.