Mirasol Resources Ltd. (TSXV:MRZ,FWB:M8R) reported results from its southern hemisphere 2013-14 summer exploration season, which closed in early June. At Mirasol’s Atlas Gold Zone, new assay results from detailed surface prospecting have outlined a series of northwest-oriented mineralized trends in float and subcrop, and rock chip sampling of the trends has returned multi-gram gold and silver assays over an 800 by 500 m area, including best assays of 30.70 g/t gold with 42.3 g/t silver and 50.30 g/t gold with 5.24 g/t silver. TOverall, results have expanded the dimensions and upgraded the potential of the Atlas Gold Zone and the Atlas Silver Zone prospects and have also defined a large gold-silver anomaly at the new Pampa prospect.
As quoted in the press release, highlights of results included:
- AGZ prospect – Rock chip samples from this gold-enriched zone outline an 800 by 500 m area hosting multiple vuggy silica structures with up to 50.3 g/t Au and 56.9 g/t Ag.
- ASZ prospect – Rock chip samples from this silver-enriched zone outline 700 m long trend with hydrothermal breccia and silicified tuffs returning new silver results up to 215.0 g/t Ag and anomalous gold from recent sampling.
- Atlas Pampa prospect – Float and subcrop rock chip samples have outlined this new gold-silver prospect.
- An IP electrical geophysical survey over the central part of the Atlas alteration system outlined a series of large highly resistive anomalies spatially associated with gold-silver bearing surface rock chips.