||Cu Ag Au U
Dominantly within Great Bear magmatic zone (GBMZ) at its eastern boundary, where it abuts Wopmay Orogen along the north trending Wopmay fault zone.
GBMZ is a folded, continental, subduction-related volcano plutonic arc complex containing thick sequences of greenschist facies, volcanic rocks, volcaniclastic and sedimentary rocks. These rocks are crosscut by multiple faults.
Two hydrothermal zones show magnetite, potassium, and hematite (iron-oxide) These zones of alteration extend for more than 2.5 km along strike and are up to 500 m wide.
From the zones high Cu (up to 40.2%), Ag (up to 1129 g/t) and U (up to 4340 ppm).
Elevated Au (0.635 g/t) and Bi (0.17%) values.
Chip sample over 0.5 m returned 2.5% Cu and 13.3 g/t Ag
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~460 km NNW of Yellowknife and ~90 km due E of the northern end of Great Bear Lake.
Multiple faulting ideal ground preparation for hydrothermal fluids.
Alteration typical of IOCG deposits.
Grab and chip sample results along with alteration zones and IP anomalies supporting evidence of IOCG target,
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