Tarsis Resources Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:TCC) has provided an update on prospecting and follow up work at its White River property, Yukon.
Follow up prospecting within the main discovery zone, which is approximately 350 meters wide by 600 meters long yielded one select float sample containing 19.3 g/t gold, 0.21% copper and 16.9 g/t silver. A further float sample contained 8.52% copper and 6.0 g/t silver, while another contained 1,310 g/t silver, 0.51 g/t gold and 2.02% copper.
Within the main discovery zone, assay results have been received and verified for 111 select rock samples (including the original 47 samples announced on August 3, 2010). These samples returned values ranging from 8 ppm to 8.52% copper, below detection to 19.3 g/t gold and below detection to 1,310 g/t silver. The main discovery zone is unglaciated.
The Company has lightly prospected several areas outside the main discovery zone, and assays are pending for a number of samples. Further information will be provided when it becomes available. Field work is now complete for the 2010 field season.
The property is located at the western end of the Nisling Range, within the Tintina Gold Province. It is situated 11 kilometers north of Koidern, a minor settlement on the paved, all weather Alaska Highway. Koidern is located 390 kilometers northwest of Whitehorse, the capital of Yukon. A 3,000 foot long grass airstrip is located 15 kilometers southwest of the property at the White River Lodge, which is adjacent to the Alaska Highway.
The qualified person responsible for the technical disclosure in this press release is Marc G. Blythe, P.Eng. Mr. Blythe is the President and CEO of Tarsis Resources and he has reviewed the content of this release.
Source: Tarsis Resources Ltd.