Base Metals

The company said that the Espigão manganese oxide mineralization is accompanied by a diverse assemblage of accessory metals, including: copper, lead, zinc and cobalt.

Meridian Mining (TSXV:MNO) has announced that its recent technical reviews of its exploration and production databases have identified base metal anomalies within its Espigão do Oeste district tenements (Espigão), in the state of Rondônia, Brazil.

The company said that the Espigão manganese oxide mineralization is accompanied by a diverse assemblage of accessory metals, including: copper, lead, zinc and cobalt.

As quoted in the press release:

The metal distribution is clustered, with the southern areas carrying a lower base metal budget, and the northern structures being richer in lead and copper. Additional modelling of the company’s aeromagnetic data will be initiated to better define the subsurface geology. Anomalous gold mineralization which exploits the same structural network is also present. The company will integrate these modelling results with its existing conductivity and radiometric data, to better understand the intrusive centre associated with the Espigão manganese oxide mineralization and polymetallic anomalies.

Click here to read the full Meridian Mining (TSXV:MNO) press release.

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