The Sura concessions cover a portion of a very large zone (or more likely coalescing zones) of high sulphidation style hydrothermal alteration hosted in volcanic rocks.
Details of the Sura Property
Reconnaissance geological mapping and rock sampling have returned low-level gold anomalies (to 0.12 g/t Au). Follow-up grid soil sampling completed over the area of the best rock anomalies has defined a large coherent northwest-trending gold-in-soil anomaly 300 metres wide and 550 metres long. Sample values within the anomaly average 0.07 g/t Au with individual samples containing 0.02 to 0.17 g/t gold. The anomalous trend appears to continue, although less well defined, over the total length of the grid area, or in excess of 1.5 kilometres in length and 200 - 300 metres in width. Additional sampling is required to better define the overall extent and magnitude of the anomaly. Follow-up geological and geophysical investigations are planned.