Base Metals

According to the release, the objective of the IP Survey is to detect additional near-surface zinc-rich volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits along an underexplored 20 km long trend with high-grade base metal occurrences.

Callinex Mines (TSXV: CNX)has announced that it has a commenced an aggressive, district-scale induced polarization survey at the company’s Nash Creek zinc project in the Bathurst Mining District of New Brunswick, Canada.

According to the release, the objective of the IP Survey is to detect additional near-surface zinc-rich volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits along an underexplored 20 km long trend with high-grade base metal occurrences. Targets generated from previous IP surveys have shown a very high correlation to the current mineral resources.

As quoted in the press release:

The 2018 IP survey, anticipated to be completed in 60 days, will span a linear 16.5 km northwest-southeast trend with line widths up to 4.7 km. The depth penetration of the survey is estimated to be approximately 200 m. A follow-up drill program will be planned to test high-priority targets generated from the IP survey.

Click here to read the full Callinex Mines (TSXV:CNX) press release.

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