Northern Vertex Mining (TSXV:NEE,OTCQX:NHVCF) announced an updated resource estimate for its Moss Gold-Silver Project in Mohave County, Northwestern Arizona: an increase to 956,800 ounces of Measured and Indicated gold equivalent resources and 199,100 ounces of inferred gold equivalent resources.
As quoted in the press release:
The updated 956,800 ounce gold-equivalent resource at Moss, classified as measured and indicated, comprises 30,879,000 tonnes having an average gold grade of 0.79 grams per tonne, and an average silver grade of 8.90 grams per tonne. An additional inferred gold-equivalent resource of 199,100 ounces comprises 7,096,000 tonnes having an average gold grade of 0.71 grams per tonne and an average silver grade of 8.13 grams per tonne.
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